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Batman: The Jay Gatsby of Superheroes

I love Batman. I struggled for a while to find a better first sentence for this post, but there’s really no better way. Batman is an integral part of popular culture. 1,378 more words

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On Endings - Risk and Reward

Today I want to shift the discussion of Endings to a more economical aspect: risk and reward. In short, what are the heroes or heroines sacrificing and what do they obtain in exchange? 1,519 more words

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Reel Quick: Mad Max Fury Road


Mad Max Fury Road (2015)

Starring: Tom Hardy, Charlize Theron, Nicholas Hoult, Zöe Kravitz

Directed by: George Miller

Synopsis: The fourth installment of the post-apocolytic adventures of Mad Max Rockatansky who is thrust into assisting runaway “brides” of a megalomaniacal and psychotic overseer get to better pastures.  1,098 more words

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Review: Mad Max: Fury Road

As spring comes to a close, and summer approaches, films transform from thought-provoking dramas into big-budget action thrillers. Some can be of pretty bad quality, such as… 783 more words

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Ranking Christopher Nolan's Films

Christopher Nolan is one of my favourite ever directors. It bemuses my twin sister because she knows that I’m mostly into strange films that aren’t popular with the masses. 1,562 more words

Tom Hardy Bane Coat From Movie The Dark Knight Rises

The Dark Knight Rises Bane Coat at Discounted Price $109.99 Tom Hardy Leather Jacket for sale Made from Faux Leather. Jacket Made From Faux Leather, Interior Shearling Lining, Color Brown, Front Front Strap Button Closing Having Shearing Lining, Sleeves Long Sleeves With Strap Button Cuffs With Inner Sheering Lining, Collar Lapel Collar With Front Strap Button Closing, Pockets Two Welt Pockets,two Flap Pockets With Strap Buttons On Waist. 8 more words

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Mad Max: Fury Road Review Review

Each week BWN entertainment editor Sparky Funstein reviews movie reviews from across the country, and around the world. This week, Sparky takes on Jeff Baker of the Oregonian… 474 more words

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