“Project Wild Thing” (2013): Go Outside and Play (Review)
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“Project Wild Thing” (2013): Go Outside and Play (Review)

“Nature is the ultimate playground for children” are the words that ring out from David Bond’s megaphone as he promotes his product. Our product. Nature….

“Mrs. Doubtfire” (1993): Wherever there is love anyone will have a family in their heart (Review)
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“Mrs. Doubtfire” (1993): Wherever there is love anyone will have a family in their heart (Review)

Mrs. Doubtfire is a seminal early 90s comedy, directed by Chris Columbus. It stands as one of Robin Williams’ best comedic performances and is surely…

“A Million Ways To Die In The West” (2014): A Fistful of Silliness (Review)
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“A Million Ways To Die In The West” (2014): A Fistful of Silliness (Review)

The Comic Western is a genre that pops up every now and then in Hollywood (and elsewhere, the Italians have made a few) with a…

“Patton” (1970): A Simple Old Soldier (Review)
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“Patton” (1970): A Simple Old Soldier (Review)

Fading from black reveals a colossal American flag and with the sound of mass chatter among an unseen crowd. “Ten…HUT!” Instant silence. A distinguished officer of the…

“Ride Along” (2014): Don’t Take The Trip (Review)
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“Ride Along” (2014): Don’t Take The Trip (Review)

Ride Along was 2014’s first hit film. A buddy comedy about a police academy hopeful that goes on a ride along with his girlfriend’s brother,…

“Only Lovers Left Alive” (2013): Like A Record Baby, Right Round Round Round (Review)
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“Only Lovers Left Alive” (2013): Like A Record Baby, Right Round Round Round (Review)

In the opening of Only Lovers Left Alive  we first see the needle as it hits the record and the image of it spinning. We then…

“Need for Speed” (2014): Cars Go Vroom, You Go Sigh (Review)
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“Need for Speed” (2014): Cars Go Vroom, You Go Sigh (Review)

Movies based on video games haven’t had the greatest run of success, neither financially (outside of the Resident Evil series, for some reason) nor critically….

“The Raid 2: Berandal” (2014): Thugs, Slugs, & Bloody Rugs (Review)
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“The Raid 2: Berandal” (2014): Thugs, Slugs, & Bloody Rugs (Review)

The Raid: Redemption is one of the greatest action films of all time. The first scene gave us the sympathetic protagonist, Rama – a SWAT…

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