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Trainspotting (1996, Danny Boyle)

Trainspotting moves. More than anything, director Boyle concerns himself with the film’s pace, whether through Masahiro Hirakubo’s glorious editing or lead Ewan McGregor’s narration, the film immediately sets a fast pace and keeps it throughout the film. 520 more words


Meredith Goes Under The Knife In This 'Grey's Anatomy' Sneak Peek

Things are looking dark for Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo) on Grey’s Anatomy. As fans of the Shonda Rhimes series know, the mid-season premiere of the popular medical drama will find Meredith suffering from a brutal attack and now, we’ve finally got our first look at what the horrifying scene will entail. 194 more words


Review: Star Wars Rebels, "The Protector of Concord Dawn"

A review by Elisa and Johnamarie. This review contains spoilers.

The mysterious details regarding Sabine’s background and the overall goal of the growing rebel alliance were woven together in the latest… 1,238 more words


Upcoming 'Star Wars Rebels' Episode Explores Sabine's Mandalorian Past

Fans of the popular Disney XD series Star Wars Rebels will be getting a heavy dose of Mandalorians in the next brand new episode. The series returned this past week with the debut of Princess Leia Organa, and now, the rebels have three new cruisers to continue the fight against the Empire. 490 more words


‘Star Wars Rebels’ Roundup: January 10, 2016

“For everyone waiting on Star Wars Rebels news, thank you for your patience!” wrote Lucasfilm Publicist Tracy Cannobio on Twitter. “It will be rewarded next week with so much awesome info.” 486 more words


Kevin McKidd Eyes Grey's Anatomy Contract Extension: 'I Don't See Any Reason to Run Away'

Paging Dr. Owen Hunt… there’s some paperwork awaiting your signature.

Kevin McKidd is in negotiations with Grey’s Anatomy to extend his current contract, which is set to expire at the end of the ABC drama’s current 12th season. 296 more words

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Movie Reviews 247 – Dog Soldiers (2001)

Full credit goes to writer and director Neil Marshall for delivering a refreshing take on well worn staple. Werewolves are almost as old as Hollywood itself (yes even before Universal studios added them to their line of horror movies) but most follow the standard plot of some poor soul getting bit by one and the audience then following along as the victim discovers bane of their new curse. 463 more words

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