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Ronda Rousey Will Team Up With 'The Raid' Star Iko Uwais For A Peter Berg Film

Fresh off her incredible 14-second victory at UFC 184, Ronda Rousey said she would be taking some time off to film a movie before getting back into the fight game. 111 more words



My love of Battleship began in my youth with hours of fierce battles with my brothers. We named my older brother Admiral, because he won the most battles. 85 more words


A few years ago, (Linn) Freeman House gave me an almost-complete run of Upriver/Downriver, the visionary/down-to-earth bioregionalist periodical published out of the “Shasta Nation” portion of Northern California in the late ’80s/early ’90s that he took part in producing. 29 more words

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Girl 6 (1996)

It’s frustrating being a Spike Lee fan. He’s a gifted filmmaker, no doubt about it, yet his output is so uneven that it becomes difficult to stick with him. 383 more words

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The Last Eco-Warrior

“I don’t want to beat it,” Peter Berg says. “I want to seduce it.”

It’s March 2011, and the ’60s radical-turned-ecological visionary is dying. A tumor has paralyzed one of his vocal chords, leaving his voice scratchy and distorted, sounding, in his words, like a gravel truck unloading. 169 more words


American Sniper vs. Lone Survivor

American Sniper vs. Lone Survivor

A look into the most recent and thrilling war movies of modern film.

War movies have been a part of Hollywood for decades now, with each seemingly improving from the last. 418 more words


Review - Lone Survivor

With Clint Eastwood’s American Sniper having just opened this weekend to astonishing US box office figures, it seemed timely to revisit my review of Peter Berg’s… 1,138 more words