BACK IN THE DAY: “INDIANA JONES & THE LAST CRUSADE” (MAY ’89)
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BACK IN THE DAY: “INDIANA JONES & THE LAST CRUSADE” (MAY ’89)

As the story goes, Steven Spielberg and George Lucas were in the planning stages for Raiders of the Lost Ark, but they were still struggling…

5 Reasons Why “I, Frankenstein” (2014) Is A Complete and Utter Creative Failure (Review)
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5 Reasons Why “I, Frankenstein” (2014) Is A Complete and Utter Creative Failure (Review)

I, Frankenstein is the latest in attempts to pop up and modernize old classics, it’s the people behind Underworld trying to do the same thing that they…

“It’s Bad for Ya!” (2008): George Carlin’s Relatively Biting Finale (Review)
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“It’s Bad for Ya!” (2008): George Carlin’s Relatively Biting Finale (Review)

The late, great George Carlin did snark like no one ever could. Even as he grew older and gradually morphed into an old man (or…

RIFF Review: The Immigrant

James Gray‘s The Immigrant pulls us back to 1920s New York as we follow the trials and tribulations of a woman trying to start a new life…

Film Review: Inequality for All

There is a lack of hope in American society today, because the basic premise of the country as a land of opportunity is broken. Climbing…

‘In A World’ (2013): Quick Thoughts on the Voice Over Comedy (Review)
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‘In A World’ (2013): Quick Thoughts on the Voice Over Comedy (Review)

Those of you who were born after 1994 or did not pay that much attention to movie ads may be unfamiliar with the name Don…

‘Insidious: Chapter 2′ (2013): All Work And No Play (Review)
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‘Insidious: Chapter 2′ (2013): All Work And No Play (Review)

I don’t think James Wan could have pulled off a better Steven Spielberg this year, and by that I mean directing both a fantastic film…

Film Review: Insidious: Chapter 2

Something strange takes place when watching James Wan’s Insidious: Chapter 2. There is obviously a sense of expectation for the big scares and to know…

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