Review: Avengers: Infinity War – 10 years snapped by

Regardless of how you feel about the Marvel movies as a whole, Avengers: Infinity War is the definition of a cinematic event. Not just for the sheer spectacle or massive cast, though it has both of those to spare, Infinity War is a film that has done something no other film has done before. It is the culmination of 18 films and the world those films have built. Does it (can it?) live up to the hype?

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Film Review: Delivery Man (2013) – Ridiculous Concept, Well Executed

Vince Vaughn has been a stand out character in many memorable films (Old School, Anchorman and Zoolander to name a few) and a solid co-star (Swingers, Wedding Crashers) but has struggled to really prove he can be the star of the show. Dodgeball for instance, probably his best prior example as the leading man, had a huge (and fantastic) supporting […]

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Film Review: Philomena – Brilliantly acted and surprisingly witty

Philomena isn’t the type of film that American moviegoers are going to flock to the theaters to see. Judi Dench as someone other than “M” in a movie with a funny name starring a bunch of British people that aren’t James Bond. What’s that Philomena? I’m sorry, American audiences couldn’t hear you over the sound of Thor. Thing is, Philomena […]

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Film Review: Disconnect (2012) – “Crash” for the Facebook Generation

There is no denying that we live in an age where more than ever we are actively pulled out of our real lives and into an alternate one, a digital life. We increasingly live lives where we barely interact with people in person for days yet have an active social life in the ever-increasing digital playground available to us through […]

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Film Review: Eddie The Sleepwalking Cannibal – Dreams do come true

Creating anything can be difficult, but for the painter Lars (Thure Lindhart), creating his masterpiece, his Mona Lisa, has taken him nearly ten years of blank canvases and frustration. Giving up hope that he can repeat his previous success, he leaves Denmark and settles on a teaching job for a struggling art school in a small snowy town in Canada. […]

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Does It Hold Up: The Blair Witch Project

Quite often, movies, books, music, television shows, and other pieces of pop culture serve as a reflection of the time when they were made. Sometimes they are very much rooted in that time, and no longer feel relevant in the decades that follow. Occasionally, though, they maintain every ounce of the power they were infused with when they were first […]

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