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Happy Monday!

Steven Spielberg turned 69 this past Friday.

Arguably the greatest director of all-time, Spielberg has become a film genre himself. Kids and adults love and admire his visual storytelling, for different and similar reasons. 136 more words

Line(s) of the Day #Jaws

You’re gonna need a bigger boat.

Police Chief Martin Brody (Roy Scheider) in Jaws (1975), considered the first summer blockbuster. Despite a troubled shoot featuring technical problems and missed deadlines, it was a huge success and launched the career of director Steven Spielberg into Hollywood’s elite.

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X-Men: Apocalypse First Trailer

It’s a great time to be a nerd.

Each morning my kids wake up and rip off one link in their paper chain that is the countdown to Christmas. 411 more words


Batman Retrospective: Revisiting Batman (1989)

Logine: Batman must put a stop to the Joker’s reign of terror on Gotham City.

Review: “Did you ever dance with the devil in the pale of moonlight?”  Tim Burton’s  363 more words


Dear Hollywood: Please do Something with Dino-Riders

Let me tell you about Dino-Riders. It is f*cking amazing.

There are dinosaurs with freaking laser beams attached to their heads. I’m not lying. Produced in 1988, … 348 more words


The Disillusion of Brainjuice continued ...

Well, I’ve been reading up a lot of articles linked to zergnet.com, and came across this one on the best & worst summer films of 2015 … Okay, like I said in the post just before this one, I haven’t actually watched that many movies in 2015 thus far … I’m just still waiting to watch Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and until that one comes out, I will bypass a lot of movies that have and are coming out, such as Bridge of Spies, Pan, and whatnot … 1,103 more words

Heck, It's All About Movies ... What Else Do You Want?!

Summer Movie Catch-up

Hello and welcome back to another year of Reel Reactions! Our staff is ready and eager for another year of films, and while there are some great ones to look forward to in the coming months, there were also some great ones we were unable to review at the times of their respective releases. 2,123 more words