“Let’s Be Cops” (2014) Control the Situation (Review)
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“Let’s Be Cops” (2014) Control the Situation (Review)

A great philosopher once said, “”With great power comes great responsibility.” This is my gift, my curse. Who am I? I’m Spider-man.” That person was…

Double Team Review: Vivek & Sverrir Marvel at “Guardians of the Galaxy” (2014)
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Double Team Review: Vivek & Sverrir Marvel at “Guardians of the Galaxy” (2014)

Vivek: The fact that Guardians of the Galaxy is a film that was made to begin with seems to be both a clear sign of…

Back in the Day: “When Harry Met Sally” (July ’89)
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Back in the Day: “When Harry Met Sally” (July ’89)

Romantic comedies (rom-coms) have a fairly standard formula: Boy and girl meet, usually by accident Boy likes girl, girl not so much Boy pursues girl,…

“Life Itself” (2014): A Thumb Not So Up (Review)
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“Life Itself” (2014): A Thumb Not So Up (Review)

Life Itself, the print autobiography, was a very compelling read for two reasons.  First, it was written by a journalist, a Pulitzer Prize winner who had…

“Legend” (1985): Less than a Fable, More of a Tale – Or an Anecdote (Review)
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“Legend” (1985): Less than a Fable, More of a Tale – Or an Anecdote (Review)

Legend is an original (in relative terms) cinematic dark fantasy fairy tale from Ridley Scott. It’s the film that Scott made following Blade Runner, arguably…

BACK IN THE DAY: “FIELD OF DREAMS” (APR.’89)
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BACK IN THE DAY: “FIELD OF DREAMS” (APR.’89)

It’s been said that every story needs an audience to accept at least one coincidence, one stretch of the imagination.  Field of Dreams asks for…

“The Battered Bastards of Baseball” (2014): David, Goliath, and a Baseball Bat (Review)
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“The Battered Bastards of Baseball” (2014): David, Goliath, and a Baseball Bat (Review)

When I was young and went to get my haircut at the barber (the one my dad had gone to for years prior to my arrival),…

“Sabotage”(2014): Work Hard, Play Hard, Die Hard (Review)
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“Sabotage”(2014): Work Hard, Play Hard, Die Hard (Review)

After serving two terms as The Guvernator, Arnold Schwarzenegger is back in the movie game but sadly none of his films have been doing terribly…

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