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    It is time to look back at one of the most influential films of all time, and one that is often regarded as one of the greatest movies of all time by the American Film Institute. Winner of 3 Academy Awards including Best Picture, it’s time to make you an offer that you can't refuse, as you le...
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    After the release of Iron Man 3 and Thor: The Dark World, Phase II of the MARVEL Cinematic Universe continues with its political suspense thriller, Captain America: The Winter Soldier. In the return to the big screen, Captain America's standalone film delivers one of the best films in the Marve...
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    In all my times of being a film writer, reviewing this film months and months after its initial release in December will live down as one of the biggest regrets I have ever made. The reason behind this is because it is one of the most original and romantic films in a long time, and is easily the bes...
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    The new and possibly final film for one of the greatest animators of all time, Hayao Miyazakis' The Wind Rises was released on a very limited bases in the U.S. But despite the very limited release, the film was able to be sold out in the showings that I attended. Here, Hayao Miyazaki showcased ...
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    David O' Russell reunites with these cast members to bring us his new film, American Hustle. This film, as said by the intro are that "these events actually happened", is when an FBI Agent(Bradley Cooper) forces two con artist(Christian Bale and Amy Adams) to help him take down corru...
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    Peter Jackson takes us into another installment of the Middle Earth Franchise, this time a follow up to the previous installment The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. The first film of The Hobbit Trilogy may have disappointed some fans, but can The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug live up to the expecta...
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    This film is being advertised as the greatest film that Walt Disney Animations Studios has made since The Lion King. But does it live up to the hype? I am glad to report that this film is not only the best animated Disney film since The Lion King, but also marks the triumphs return of Walt Disney An...
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    “Saving Mr. Banks” shows how the magic of the beloved classic film “Mary Poppins” came to be. The story follows the life of author P.L. Travers (Emma Thompson), examining her difficult childhood and the inspiration behind her beloved book series Mary Poppins. Negotiations for the movie r...
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    Catching Fire, the sequel to The Hunger Games, is arguably the best of the three books, as it stands as “The Empire Strikes Back” of the trilogy. Does the film meet the expectations the book set? After winning the 74th Hunger Games, Katniss becomes a symbol of hope, sparking an uprising acro...
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    The picture above represents the opening shot of Gravity. From the opening shot of the film where we see Earth, as a spaceship closes in on the shot, and all we hear is space command, this film showed us an incredible use of groundbreaking visuals and excellent 3D cinematography. From that moment o...
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    "Chemistry is the study of change. That's all of life. It is the cycle of solution then disolution over and over again. It is the study of growth, decay and then finally, transformation." -Walter White No other quote in this show perfectly stands as a metaphor of what will become ...
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    J.J. Abrams, director of not only Star Trek(2009) but also the upcoming Star Wars Episode 7 film, returns to bring us the latest installment of the Star Trek Franchise. Only one thing to say: "Beam me up Abrams" Star Trek Into Darkness continues the voyages of the crew of the Starship E...
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    Star Trek is set in an alternate timeline and it tells the story of how the crew of the Starship Enterprise came to be as they also battle a mysterious time-traveler Romulan named Nero, who intention is to destroy the Federation. The character development of this film is absolutely incredible to ...
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    Set after the events of The Avengers, when Tony Stark's world is torn apart at enemy's hand known as The Mandarin(Ben Kingsley), he embarks on a quest to find those responsible. One of the great things about Iron Man 3 is the characterization that gave Tony Stark. The things that helps ...
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    In anticipation for Iron Man 3, we will look back into all of the Iron Man movies prior to it's release. So without further ado, let's get to the film that not only started the Iron Man franchise, but also the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Iron Man tells the story of how Genius, Billionair...
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    I never thought it would happen again, but we have found the Prometheus of 2013, in which many people will like, but also many people will hate. The only difference is that this is less dissapointing than Prometheus, and has less dumb moments, and is more enjoyable. Obilvion is about after the w...
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    So The Croods is about when there living environment has been destroyed, they then embark on a journey where they have to find a new home through the help from a guy named Guy(voiced by Ryan Reynolds). Like I said, when I saw all of the marketing for this film, I thought that this film was going ...
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    Never have I seen such filth in a film. Never have I witnessed an abomination so big, so grotesque, and so, so awful.I hate this piece of crap. I hated hated hated hated hated hated hated hated hated hated hated FREAKING hated this piece of crap. This is the film that showed what is wrong with Holly...
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    For this month of March, in anticipation of the Evil Dead remake coming out, I will be reviewing the crappy horror remakes for Terrible Tuesday and their original counterpart on Monday. So let's book a reservation in the Bates Motel and review Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho. So Alfred Hitchc...
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    So in the end, The Call started out well, but the film goes from being all convoluted and being really bizzare. Add that to replacable roles and weak villian, and The Call is A Bad Time....
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    I am a huge fan of the original Evil Dead films(The Evil Dead, Evil Dead 2, Army of Darkness). So I was really skeptical going in to see this film. However, I can tell you, as a huge fan of the original trilogy, that I really enjoyed this film more than I thought I was going to. Evil Dead is abo...
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    Recently we didn't just lose a film critic, we lost a legend. We lost someone who inspired us. Roger Ebert, easily one of the best critics ever, died after his battle against cancer. He was 70 years old. If you guys don't know who he is, Roger Ebert was, and still is, one of the most inspirationa...
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    One of the greatest directors of our generation Quentin Tarantino returns and makes his first western with Django Unchained. Quentin Tarantino's new flick does justice to the western franchise, and features some of his greatest trademarks. Django Unchained is about when a bounty hunter name...
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    “Zero Dark Thirty” is the true story of how Maya (Jessica Chastain) and an elite team of intelligence devote themselves for 10 years after September 11th to one goal: to find and capture or eliminate Osama bin Laden. Jessica Chastain as Maya is phenomenal. She is the one who really wants to fin...
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    Peter Jackson returns after completed his franchise of The Lord of the Rings, which are my favorite movies of all time, he returns to Middle Earth to direct The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, which, like the next two Hobbit movies, are prequel to The Lord of the Rings. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Jour...

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