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Martin Scorsese’s ‘The Irishman’ Could Get Caught In Legal Crosshairs
[image: Martin Scorsese Robert De Niro Goodfella set][image: Martin Scorsese’s ‘The Irishman’ Could Get Caught In Legal Crosshairs] *Martin Scorsese*’s “*T...
the m0vie blog
Non-Review Review: Free Fire
Film Experience Blog
Beauty Break: Mahershala Ali for GQ
Chris here. As our Oscar year comes to a close, let's take some reflection on one of this season's greatest joys: the rise of Mahershala Ali. While some ...
The Matinee : : Cinematic Passion & PerspectiveThe Matinee : : Cinematic Passion & Perspective | The Matinee : : Cinematic Passion & Perspective
Stay Gold (Oscar Predictions – Best Director & Best Picture)
There's what you want to happen, what will happen, and the fact that neither really matters.
ZANE HOLTZ TO LEAD CW'S 'SEARCHERS' FANTASY ADVENTURE TV SERIES! TOUCHING '1 MILE TO YOU' OR 'LIFE AT THESE SPEEDS' TRAILER WITH BILLY CRUDUP, TIM ROTH
*'SEARCHERS' TV SERIES * ZANE HOLTZ TAKES THE LEAD *W*ell, it seems *CW *has found their male lead for new fantasy adventure series *SEARCHERS* in *Zane Ho...
Indie Gems: Train to Busan
*All aboard.* Do you know what movie I shouldn't have to file under "Indie Gems?" This one. This film at its height was opened in 36 theaters total across ...
Countdown to the Oscars: Totally Unreasonable, Completely Legitimate Oscar Predictions
In his Oscar predictions for The New Yorker, Richard Brody writes that he “balance(s) punditry with pessimism - I’ve learned to assume that my favorite f...
Spotlight on BBC One’s miniseries SS-GB + Interview with actor Maximilian Dirr
This past Sunday, BBC One finally aired one of my most anticipated series (well it’s a 5-part miniseries) starring my fave Yorkshireman Sam Riley. I’ve men...
The Silver Screening Room
The Bicentennial Actor
With two nominations here, *Network* becomes the rare film to get *five* acting nods (*Mrs. Miniver*,* All About Eve*, *From Here to Eternity*, *On the Wat...
CineMarvellous!: Movie Reviews by Nebular
[6.00/10] Sword Master (2016)
*Sword Master (2016)* *Quick Review:* Based upon "Death Duel", this Tsui Hark produced wuxia flick may be overloaded with CGIs, but the result is a pure e...
Wide Screen World
*Lion* seen @ UA Kaufman Astoria 14, Astoria, Queens NY At this point in time, many, if not all of us who work with computers, use Google on a regular bas...
All About My Movies.
Ranked: the 2017 Best Picture nominees (part 2)
Part 1, aka the three I disliked the most, were discussed here. Now for 5-1, ranging from 'I quite enjoyed with, with reservations' to 'I absolutely bloody...
The Flick Chick
89th Oscars: Best Director
The nominees are: *Damien Chazelle, La La Land* *Oscar History:* 1 previous nomination for Best Adapted Screenplay for *Whiplash* (2014). Also nominated fo...
Trailers: “Alien: Covenant” Pays Homage To Alien But Hints At Something New
Alien: Covenant shows us a new scene that clearly pays homage to the classic dinner table chest-burst sequence from Alien...... The post Trailers: “Alien...
Watch the Ensemble Cast of ALIEN: COVENANT Together in One Scene (Presumably Before They're All Killed Off Later)
This may be the truest form of a teaser I've seen in a long while. From director Ridley Scott's *ALIEN: COVENANT*, this clip titled *Last Supper* introdu...
The Bookshelf Muse
Wanderlust: The Case for Writing and Travel
As some of you know, I’m kind of a travel nut. Becca is used to me abandoning her for several weeks to backpack around Malaysia or Vietnam, or attempt to n...
T2 Trainspotting - Cinema Review
*'Whilst Boyle has managed to get the band back together, you can't help shake the nagging feeling that you'd rather be revisiting them going hell for lea...
The Film Doctor
Video production notes: "A body lying on the street": Third Night by Afterglow Films
About four years ago, Afterglow Films of my video production class made *Third Night *(directed by Ryan Gonzalez). The video concerns romantic obsession t...
Movie Review: Logan (2017)
by Tony Dayoub When Ryan Reynolds was beating the bushes for an Oscar this past year, he dropped the tantalizing tidbit that even if his pattern-breaki...
Riku Writes – Mostly About Films
Recalling the Dark Days Before Smart Phones Saved Us From Ourselves
I recall people going to gyms and working out 20 years ago and indeed much further back than that. As a matter of fact the gym I go to has been in opera...
TUMP [EP#254 – THE CONSEQUENCES OF LOVE]
This week we discuss films that make us ponder why that old guy isn’t so nice to that lovely young woman. With Poalo Sorentino’s film from a few years back...
House of Self-Indulgence
Emanuelle Around the World (Joe D'Amato, 1977)
The plucky intrepid photojournalist from Emanuelle In America is back, and this time it's, um... I wouldn't say it's personal, as being forced to watch a ...
The Film Connoisseur
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016)
*Title:* Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016) *Director:* Gareth Edwards *Cast: *Diego Luna, Felicity Jones, Donnie Yen, Wen Jiang, Alan Tudyk, Riz Ahme...
The Shout 1978 directed by Jerzy Skolimowski
It seems odd to me that this film never reached cult status considering it’s « cult » bonafides. For example it stars Alan Bates, Susannah York, John Hur...
Alex J. Cavanaugh
Legion Series and John Wick 2 Review, IWSG a Top 100 Site, Hank Hogs Number One, New Releases, and Movie Trivia Answers
*Legion Series Premier* Based on the Marvel Comics, it follows a troubled young man who may be the most powerful mutant ever. Airs Wednesday nights. Talk a...
Alex in Movieland
* My vote - Best Actress 1940* I would say this is widely regarded as the most prestigious Best Actress race of the 1940s. I chose this year ha...
GO, SEE, TALK!
Mondo Records Releases Limited Edition ‘Creed’ 2XLP
There is a well-known proverb that states, “In the warrior’s code, there’s no surrender.” Is that aged wisdom from hundreds of years ago? Not at all. That’...
200 Souls [Short Story]
Out the window. Up the fire escape. Across the rooftop, over the ally to another roof. Every footstep he took, I matched, tumbling through the maze of ...
The Incredible Suit
Mica Levi's score opens Jackie with a plaintive, wailing glissando that sounds like both the world falling apart and a global reaction to it. It's the soun...
From the Front Row
From the Repertory - 1/23/17
*9 TO 5 (Twilight Time)* Three women fantasize about getting revenge on their sexist pig of a boss, only to accidentally find themselves getting actual re...
The Entertainment Junkie
Quickie Final 2016 Oscar Predictions
For the first time in a couple of years now, I entered Film Actually's annual Oscar prediction contest. So, taking a quick break from thesis writing, here...
Review Journal of an Obsessive Completist
[Greystoked] The Adventures of Tarzan (1921)
Michael and I are once again joined by his son David as we look at the silent serial edited from an even longer silent serial which marked the final outing...
Being Norma Jeane
MOST ANTICIPATED FILMS OF 2017
Image source: Dribble Happy New Year, everyone! I am back, for now. I hope to be better this year but am not making any promises, again, since I am tryin...
Not Just Movies
The Best Wrestling Matches of 2016 (15-1)
Continuing from yesterday's post, read on as I count down my favorite wrestling matches of the year. 15. Kazuchika Okada (c) vs. Naomichi Marufuji IWGP He...
Kings Go Forth
The usual formula for Hollywood fare back in the 1950s often followed these elements: get a couple of big names in top billing, have a nice blend of actio...
Korova Theatre Presents
Korova Award Winners: Best Films of 2015!
1. *SON OF SAUL* (Laszlo Nemes, Hungary) 2. *WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS* (Jemaine Clement & Taika Waititi, New Zealand) 3. *A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH RE...
Southern City Mysteries
2017 CHALLENGE: The European Reading Challenge
A challenge for the new year! Thanks to Gilion Dumas at Rose City Reader for this idea. I will post the books I am choosing soon... Click the link below for...
Moon In The Gutter
Submissions Wanted for BOOGIE NIGHTS tribute issue of ART DECADES
SUBMISSIONS WANTED!!! Our summer 2017 issue of ART DECADES will be a full tribute to Paul Thomas Anderson's BOOGIE NIGHTS, to celebrate its 20th anniver...
Leading Men of 2016
*Leading Men of 2016* Recently I wrote about young black women finally getting quality roles in mainstream media. I never want to omit black men from the ...
Man, I Love Films
HORROR THURSDAY: THE FURY
I don’t know why, but I’ve yet to see what I would consider a particularly successful genre film about government forces attempting to weaponize psychic ab...
The 1001 Movies You Must See - A Movie Review Club
3D Power Architectural Visualization Company
Wise Kwai's Thai Film Journal: News and Views on Thai Cinema
Out to pasture
Covering Thai cinema and living in Thailand for the past decade or so has been an illuminating experience, one that I'm not sure whether I'll regret. I s...
Where Danger Lives
Lawrence Tierney’s hallowed reputation as the real-life embodiment of a film noir tough guy endears him to most movie fans and generally insulates him f...
Motion Picture Gems
Patty Duke dies, she was 69
I was saddened to hear of the passing of Patty Duke, best known for her Oscar winning performance as Hellen Keller in *The Miracle Worker, *one of my favor...
Such Moving Pictures
2016 Oscar Predictions and Wishes
This is the rare year where there are some big question marks as we head into the Oscars. Namely, Best Picture is a toss-up between a few movies, meaning w...
Black Sheep Reviews: A film review site.
DEMOLITION (#TIFF15 Review)
The nuances in DEMOLITION allow for it to rise above its overtly symbolic nature. And Jake Gyllenhaal catches all of that nuance and delivers it to us with...
5 biggest mistakes in Star Wars
One of this year’s most anticipated films is undoubtedly the new Star Wars installment, but the existing films feature a fair few mistakes that you may not...
Kid In The Front Row
What Was This Place?
I'm a little in awe of the me that used to write this site. I was posting almost daily. Full of ideas and, not to sound egotistical, but insights (sometime...
Encore's World of Film & TV
Poor Joe: on Angels in America's lost character
For Nathaniel’s interactive *Hit Me With Your Best* Feature this week he’s chosen Mike Nichols’ HBO adaptation of the Tony Award winning play Angels in Am...
RECONSIDERED: STEVEN SODERBERGH'S KING OF THE HILL (1993)
Steven Soderbergh's King of the Hill is grotesquely underrated, an absolutely fantastic movie that feels like a unique anomaly in the filmmaker's eclect...
Only the Cinema
My writing – about music, not film, at the moment – can currently be found at my new blog: reddy brown objects.
| Come for the stick figures. Stay for the Bergman.
Gojira Roars Back in Toho Studio’s 2016 Reboot
Today, we have a really great article from TDYLF reader (and apparently a great writer), Beth Kelly. Enjoy! Whether you know him as “Godzilla” or “Gojira”...
Eternal Sunshine Of The Logical Mind
Blindspot - "A Night At The Opera" and "The Navigator"
I remember a Saturday evening many years ago sitting down with my Dad to watch the Marx Brothers. I think we had tuned into PBS around 7PM and a double b...
Chris's Film Blog
6th Annual Chrisfilm Awards (2015)
It’s been a long time since I’ve posted here, but for a day at least, I’m back. I still don’t think I’m ready to write about every movie I see as I see the...
The Movie Club Podcast
Movie Club #30: "Popeye" and "Punch Drunk Love"
*0:00 - 2:10* -- Intro / Roll Call *2:15 - 45:17* -- Popeye *45:20 - 1:42:10* -- Punch Drunk Love *1:42:15 - 1:48:44* -- Next Month / Outro Your browser do...
Predestination Definitely Isn't the Film You Think It Is
Chances are you haven't seen - or maybe even heard of - *Predestination*. I'm not entirely sure when its planned release date is for wider markets, nor a...
"....let's be splendid about this..."
It's been a very busy year for me, and it's probably going to be just as busy next year. This blog has not been updated since January of 2014, which just w...
realer. than. hue
La Vie en Rose
You will not have noticed, but ... the last attempt at this blog did not go over well. That is to say, I stopped writing it completely after day one. Th...
A Place for Reviews
Richard Linklater's "Boyhood" is an extraordinary filmmaking achievement in its ambition, scope and as an experiment in time and longevity through the tel...
John Likes Movies
Lowongan Kerja SMK Di Tanggerang April 2014
*Lowongan Kerja SMK Di Tanggerang April 201*4 - Lowongan Kerja Terbaru kali ini akan memberikan informasi tentang lowongan pekerjaan terbaru . Berikut adal...
Between the Seats
Between the Seats 2.0
New life, new purpose. The old Between the Seats is probably never coming back. Random reviews of older films or new theatrical releases, marathons, those ...
Hello, friends. Well, it's been real, but the time has come for me to mosey on over to a new space. I've had Film Forager since the fall of 2008 and I've ...
Fabulous 35mm-"Does this make my film look fat?"
Oscar 2014 Nominee Announcement Reactions
Since I ALWAYS do this, I'll go ahead and do it again! Even though I literally only wrote 2 blog posts last year (one of them was Oscar nom reactions so......
[image: http://www.joylesscreatures.com/] Greetings. After a rather long hiatus, I'm pleased to ease back into the movie writing practice as a contributor ...
"Let's Not Talk About Movies"
Saving Mr. Banks
*"Just Because It's Fiction Doesn't Make it a Lie"** *or* *"Cavorting, Twinkling, and Prancing to a Happy Ending Like a Kamikaze"* Mary Poppins was a bitch...
Promo Heboh AlfaOnline.com Kontest SEO Terbesar
Alfaonline.com : Toko belanja online murah, Promo heboh jual barang hanya Rp 1,- Kabar Terbaru dari pengembangan Bisnis dari *Alfamart*, yakni melalui prog...
Silver Linings Playbook
*Director* - David O. Russell *Genre* - Comedy/Drama/Romance Bradley Cooper stars as Pat Solatano Jr, a former teacher who was sent to a mental...
Big Thoughts from a Small Mind
One Chapter Ends...Another One Begins
Today marks the end of a lengthy, and I would say very unexpected, journey. After seven years it is time to close the door on this little film blog known...
Bitchin' Film Reviews
Interview with Greta Gerwig about Frances Ha
I couldn’t be a bigger fan of Noah Baumbach if I tried. His latest film is a black and white comedy called Frances Ha. Greta Gerwig plays the titular chara...
You Talking to Me?
The Lone Ranger, Star Wars and An Open Letter to Disney
Like the vast majority of North Americans, I didn't go to see *The Lone Ranger* last weekend. That's the Johnny Depp/Gore Verbinski/Jerry Bruckheimer/Din...
Wiener Dog Nationals (2013)
*RECENTLY, JACK-JACK WAS OBSESSED with dachshunds, aka “wiener dogs.” *Whenever he’d see one, he’d point it out and giggle until the little four-footed fra...
A Blog Next Door
It's true. As I look forward to an upcoming year of academic job hunting, I've been doing some e-cleaning and e-housekeeping. First item on the list was fi...
Iron Man 3 – Review
Iron Man 3 – Review Film Review by FilmFellaLozz – 7.9/10 It’s been three years since Robert Downey Jnr. reprised the role of smart-ass, quick-witted metal...
Stop the Planet of the Apes... I want to get off
Roger Ebert (1942 - 2013)
A few days ago Roger Ebert wrote a blog post where he discussed taking what he called a "Leave of Presence." He was planning to cut back on the number of ...
A L P H A V I L L E
Marriage Equality Opponents Debunk A Key Platform Of The Anti-Equality M
Multiplex Slut - I'll watch anything...
Roundup: Life of Pi, Zero Dark Thirty, I Give It a Year
*Life of Pi* Ang Lee’s adaptation of Yann Martel’s breakout Booker winner (apparently deemed ‘unfilmable’, presumably by people who don’t get to the cine...
Random Ramblings of a Demented Doorknob.
R2D2... The One Where I Kinda Lied + MonthWatch - December 2012.
Hello ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to the New Year! (Unless you're reading this exactly when I post it and you're on the West coast and/or in Arizona....
Most Enjoyed / Fave Films of 2012
Hey Moxie Moxie Readers, Listeners and Watchers! Long time no post, eh? It's the time of year that I usually am furiously listing, categorizing and re...
You gonna die, I'm gonna die, we all gonna die. Just not today...
Hello I am the movie encyclopedia and if no one else will see it, I will I often wonder how some movies get green-lit in Hollywood nowadays. I can underst...
Man of Steel Trailer
It's finally here, the Man of Steel trailer and I know you all have probably seen it a million times already, but I wanted to give my two cents on it and w...
Checking On My Sausages
The State of Cinema Essay 2012
Cinema used to connote a place and film a material. Now what makes a film is a philosophical or contextual issue, one of form and favour. The 'cinematic',...
Hoping For Something To Hope For
Weekly TV Watch (Oct. 20-26)
Sunday October 21st Once Upon a Time - "The Crocodile" I really didn't like this episode very much. Here's the thing, I'm not a very big fan of the decision...
Brian's Film Review Blog
Alphabetical Movie List #, A-F
- 12:08 East of Bucharest (2007) ***1/2 - 127 Hours (2010) ***** - 24: Redemption (2008) ****1/2 - 300 (2007) *** - 3:10 to Yuma (2007) *...
The Predictability of Stupidity: Movie Reviews
So that's where babies come from. Let's pretend that it's early 1982. Three years ago, Ridley Scott's Alien became a runaway success and his newest science...
Richard Marx drops A Night Out With Friends Track List CD DVD
Richard Marx was one of the most talented musicians of the late eighties and early nineties. This compilation of his great hits truly lives up to its title...
His Eyes Were Watching Movies
Review Slam 6-14-12
So, I figure, if I'm watching movies I have no reason to NOT write at least some kind of reviews for them. Thus, when I watch a few movies, I'm going to do...
Memory Foam Mattress Topper for Comfort and Better Sleep
Memory foam mattress topper is a great way to have a refreshing sleep. This product help individuals to have a good rest due to the comfort it can give. ...
Four of Them
That awkward moment where your DVD player breaks and Netflix becomes a bitch to maintain.
So you're all going to deal with my bitter/hysterical commentaries on TV and comics, because that's all I've got.
Insight into Entertainment
Insight into Entertainment has MOVED
This will be the last post on INSIGHT INTO ENTERTAINMENT. From now on, you can find my musings and optimistic comments on movies over at REEL INSIGHT
The Movie Loony
No Eyeballs Were Harmed in Buñuel's 'Crusoe'
In fact, the eyeballs of yours truly were very grateful. Luis Buñuel has always been one of my favorite directors, and I was very happy to see a movie of h...
Margin Call or "That One Big Oops"
Ok so me and the boy saw Margin Call over the weekend, admittedly partially against my will. But with a trailer like this, can you blame me for being reluc...
The Ludovico Technique: A Film Blog
Quick Thoughts : "The Thing" (2011)
As a devout loyalist to John Carpenter's 1982 version of "The Thing," I approached this prequel/remake with an admittedly great deal of skepticism, but I f...
Less Than Three Film
Because I Saw The Film
My new film blog
I haven't written anything on here in ages, so I don't expect anyone to care about this recent turn of events, but I now have a new film/television blog (w...
THE DARK OF THE MATINEE
Closing Time (The Matinee Turns Four, and Gets a New Home)
Four years ago today, I began writing The Dark of The Matinee. Today I thought I'd honour that by shutting this space down... ...and moving it all to a *b...
80 years of Oscar Winning Movies
Around the World in 80 Days (1956)
*Director:* Michael Anderson *Cast:* David Niven, Cantinflas, Shirley MacLaine, plus an enormous list of cameos *Genre:* Drama, Adventure *Other Nominee...
Friday Night Films
All for One
"This Ryan better be worth it." Steven Spielberg forever changed the American war film when he directed Saving Private Ryan. Before this, war movies were ...
The Tree of Life
*The Tree of Life* is a song to the human, to the world, to time. It is a sweeping, swooning roller-coaster through the moments that make us alive, the bl...
[film] girl, interrupted
Let's Talk Television! The 10 Shows I Could Not Live Without
Although I focus the majority of my writing energy on movies, I would like to take a moment to discuss the boob tube. Over the years, the quality of televi...
He Shot Cyrus
I'm New Here
Hello He Shot Cyrus Fans! Your waiting and patience will hopefully be rewarded. As been mentioned on the excellent Frankly, My Dear podcast (which you shou...
I ARE MOVIES
Top films of all time
AHHHHHHHHHHHHH Okay, so on my podcast, me and my co-hosts will be doing our 8 favorite films of all time. So that leads me here. I'm trying to whittle the ...
OUR LAST POST AT THE LIST
After a year and a half of writing this blog, and well over 200 posts, I’m here to announce that this will be the final post at THE LIST. While it is very ...
Blog Cabins: Movie Commentary and Reviews Made Fun
The end of an era
Welcome back my friends to the show that never ends We're so glad you could attend Come inside! Come inside! Wait, let's try that again: Welcome back my ...
Anyone For a Film?
That's a Wrap Folks!
As those who follow this blog may have gleaned, I've not been consistent with the updates of late. This is because I have moved onto other writing projects...
Nick's Movie Reviews
Blogger No More...
As of today, I will no longer be using this blog for film reviews. However, I will continue to write reviews for my own website, which I will link to this ...
This blog is changing...
Hello again, Remember that this site no longer is in use and that all posts and future posts are now on: http://www.screeninsight.blogspot.com/ If I am r...
Culture Served Raw
Welcome to Culture Served Raw
*Select a topic below...* The Bullfighter - Justifying Erotic Violence Tattooing - Confessions of the Flesh Footy Gods Sizing Up - Pursuing the Ideal Penis...
The Last Site On The Left
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Films From the Supermassive Black Hole
Well, Hello There
Oh, there you are... I'm sorry. Were you looking for Films From the Supermassive Black Hole? Well, gee. That's just super! Thank you for supporting my site. ...
Pop Culture Junkie
It's Kind of A Really Good Movie
I recently had the pleasure of seeing Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck's new film, *It's Kind of a Funny Story* (2010), starring Zach Galifianakis, Emma Roberts an...
Random Ratings of 2 recent films
Had the privilege of going out on a movie-date with my husband last week. His amazing boss offered free babysitting AND gave us movie vouchers so we could ...
Reaching for the Moon
Mad Women Style
Okay, so I haven't posted in ages. Sorry I have been so uninspired. I hope to post more frequently sorry lovely followers. So onto something that always ...
Ciné Critique Américain
While I enjoyed writing these reviews, I have discovered that doing them well simply requires too much time, and I don't want to do them poorly, there...
Dain's Movie Reviews and Trailers
Mean Creek Movie Review
*Mean Creek* (2004) is an artistic film on the cusp of greatness. The cinematography is excellent, acting is great, storyline is good (although a little p...
The King Bulletin
The King Bulletin Has Moved
http://thekingbulletin.com/ Those who have been following The King Bulletin for a while are probably aware that I have been working on redesigning my websi...
Summer anime 2010: Part 2
Once again before we get started, a few helpful links for the people who aren't completely familiar with Japanese media terms. Ecchi, light novel, moe, vis...
Big Mike's Movie Blog
Dr. Slumdog or How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Blog Again
It has been a very trying week for me. On Monday, my wallet, cell phone and iPod were stolen out of my car. I went thru an abbreviated version of the step...
Gone With the wind (1939)
This movie set on my shelf still wrapped in its shiny red Netflix envelope, I am embarrassed to say, for several months. I was not looking forward to the ...
The Playlist Nation
You can now find us at THE PLAYLIST.NET
Hot Tube Time Machine (2010)
"Hot Tub Time Machine" Review By Paolo Sardinas "Hot Tub Time Machine", yes this really is the title, tells the tale of three men in their 40's who try...
MovieGhoul-Undead Movie Blog
Back from Hiatus: And I Wish I Could Say I Slept Like the Dead
Well, it has been a long time hasn't it? Rather than give everyone a list of inexcusable excuses for not attending to MovieGhoul for about three or four mo...
The Sage Flib⋅ber⋅ti⋅gib⋅bet
We Meet Once More
*Flibertigibbeting,* *The future is too confusing to think about. To look into the world with the eyes of my choosing and to see it in the dimensions and c...
2010 Motorsports Calendar
*(last update: December 15th 2009)* I've compiled a brief motorsports calendar for 2010 in an excel file. Each sheet consists of one month and I've decided ...
Credits: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly
The Movie Shemps
SYTYCD Auditions: Boston
Audition City: Boston, at the Colonial Theater Judges: Nigel Lythgoe, Mary Murphy, Tyce D'Orio, I'm partial to this episode because I'm from Massachusetts ...
Max's Movie House
Gran Torino 7/10
I have to say this movie had its ups and downs for me. It was a bit slow to grab my attention, but I was definitely hooked by the end. The thing I liked t...
Weekly Film Reviews
DVD Review: "17 Again" (***)
"17 Again" (PG-13) Written by Jason Filardi. Directed by Burr Steers. Starring Zac Efron, Matthew Perry, Leslie Mann, and Thomas Lennon. Released by New L...
The One-Line Review Presents
- Jugu Abraham *Movies that make you think* - Melanie Addington *Oxford Film Freak* - William Ahearn *Essays and Ramblings* - Ricardo Luis A...
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