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July 20, 2018

Not your father's Mexico City anymore

by NoHo - North Hollywood
July 19, 2018

Actors, don’t stop working on your craft.

by Fran Montano
July 17, 2018

Sleep & Health

by Connor Coman
July 16, 2018

8 Signs He's a Keeper

by Cristina Morara
July 10, 2018

“Greta Van Fleet" Rock N’ Roll is not dead

by Caroline McElroy
July 09, 2018

Quick and Easy tips to Update your Kitchen

by Christopher Porikos
July 04, 2018

Very Independent Filmmaking - Inventing Yourself as a Filmmaker

by Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros
July 02, 2018

Free Monthly Horoscopes - July 2018

by Maya White
June 28, 2018

Creating an Investment Portfolio

by Lillian Appleby
June 27, 2018

The working dog brain vs the family dog brain.

by Bethany Wilson
June 20, 2018

Actors Dig Deep

by Fran Montano
June 18, 2018

The Yardbirds

by Caroline McElroy
June 15, 2018

Ocean’s 8; Hereditary - Review

by Mike Peros
June 13, 2018

This Health Trend is Worth Trying

by Connor Coman
June 05, 2018

Nicole Anderson - Asking for A Lot

by Raleigh Barrett

Review of Blade Runner 2049; Battle of the Sexes

Published in Movie Reviews
Tuesday, 09 August 2016 05:11

Suicide Squad; Jason Bourne; Café Society

Suicide Squad; Jason Bourne; Café Society

Published in Movie Reviews
Published in Movie Reviews
Friday, 12 December 2014 05:32

No One is Alone: Wild; Foxcatcher

A female hiker with bleeding feet howls in the wilderness as one of her ill-fitting boots plunges into the abyss; so begins Wild, based on Cheryl Strayed’s memoir recounting her efforts to reverse the downward spiral that had become her life by hiking a thousand miles (or more) of the Pacific Coast Trail.

Published in Archived Movie Reviews
Friday, 30 July 2010 02:29

Despicable Me

I’ve managed to catch up with a few of the many summer films that the major studios have pinned their hopes on.  Let me start with two films that might be worth your time. The animated, 3-D Despicable Me is a joy from beginning to end, including the closing credits (stay for them).

Steve Carell voices Gru, a supervillain (with financial support from the Bank of Evil) whose grandiose schemes have resulted in diminishing financial returns. 

Published in Archived Movie Reviews

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