“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…

“24: Live Another Day” (2014): ‘Til Death Do Us Part (Review)
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“24: Live Another Day” (2014): ‘Til Death Do Us Part (Review)

The final scene of First Blood Part II has an exchange between Rambo and Colonel Trautman.  At the end, Trautman asks, “How will you live,…

“Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” (2014): Monkey See, Monkey Do Better (Review)
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“Dawn of the Planet of the Apes” (2014): Monkey See, Monkey Do Better (Review)

The first film in this rebooted series, Rise of the Planet of the Apes was probably the second biggest surprise good movie of 2011 behind…

“Snowpiercer” (2014): Adult Action on a Kid’s Train Set (Review)
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“Snowpiercer” (2014): Adult Action on a Kid’s Train Set (Review)

UPDATE: This review was published earlier but was deleted during the server revamp. In case you missed it, however… The summer movie season is the…

BACK IN THE DAY: “BATMAN” (JUNE ’89)
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BACK IN THE DAY: “BATMAN” (JUNE ’89)

In Jaws, when Chief Brody is asked why someone who is afraid of the water would live on an island, he says, “It’s only an…

“The Zero Theorem” (2013): Has Terry Gilliam Lost It? (Review)
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“The Zero Theorem” (2013): Has Terry Gilliam Lost It? (Review)

Terry Gilliam’s career as a film director is a case of serious ups and downs and full of misfortune. For one thing he’s made several…

“Boyhood” (2014): A Decade Mediocrely Spent (Review)
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“Boyhood” (2014): A Decade Mediocrely Spent (Review)

In case it wasn’t clear, Boyhood is unprecedented. It deserves our undivided attention and unwavering reverence. Shot for twelve-consecutive years, using the same cast and…

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