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Victor Frankenstein (2015)

Friday means it’s review time! I just went to see one tonight, so we’ll have that one!

Victor Frankenstein (2015)
 Dir. Paul McGuigan
 Writ. Max Landis
 Stars: James McAvoy, Daniel Radcliffe
 Rated PG-13
 109 mins. 643 more words
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Spectre (2015)

It’s a bit more than an hour like I said on twitter , but here we go! I promised you guys a review this week and I went to see Spectre tonight so that’s your review! 860 more words

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Bridge of Spies

With the pedigree Bridge of Spies possesses, it’s no surprise that this is solid filmmaking. Directed by Steven Spielberg. Written by the Coen brothers (with Matt Charman). 350 more words

Rated PG-13

The Visit

Grandparents are weird. They talk funny, they smell funny, they act funny. And those are your normal, run-of-the-mill grandparents!

In The Visit, Becca and Tyler (ages 15 and 13) take a train ride from Philly to rural Pennsylvania to spend a week with grandparents they’ve never met. 317 more words

Rated PG-13


Another Marvel Comics character comes to life in Ant-Man and has apparently birthed a new movie franchise.

Paul Rudd is a pretty boy actor from rom-coms and buddy movies—not your typical action hero. 384 more words

Rated PG-13

Me And Earl And The Dying Girl

Sweet and touching and funny.

Clever and cool and different.

Writer and director and actors.

Me And Earl And The Dying Girl.

Can a movie about a teenage girl with leukemia be fun? 351 more words

Rated PG-13

The Probably-Not-So-Big Harlequin Presents Read #17

Harlequin Presents #17: Living with Adam by Anne Mather

I’m backtracking a bit to get back into numerical order.

Best line: “I hope you’re not one of the ghastly females who support Women’s Liberation and that sort of thing!” he exclaimed. 336 more words

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