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  • The "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation" poster
    Five reasons ‘Mission: Impossible’ is film’s best action franchise
    What truly qualifies a franchise to be deemed the best in the world of action movies? Quite simply, it would be a series where there isn’t a bad one in the bunch. Bond is great, and certainly the longest, but there are too many barkers in...
  • Movie Review: 'Magic Mike XXL'
    Movie Review: ‘Magic Mike XXL’ Bad Lighting, Bad Plot, Bad Movie
    “Nobody messes with the mojo on the last ride!”– Joe Manganiello as Big Dick RichieWhat’s good: Channing Tatum is one hell of a dancer.What’s not good: The plot and dialogue are absolutely awful.What happened: The...
  • 'Berserk'
    Entertainment Spotlight: ‘Berserk’
    Currently available on Netflix instant is 2012’s most recent adaptation of the cult classic ‘Berserk’ manga series – ‘The Golden Age Arc 1: The Egg of the King,’ which plays out a very condensed version of...
  • Movie review: 'Vacation' (2015)
    Movie review: 'Vacation' (2015)
    “Vacation” is not as bad a movie as you’d probably expect it to be. But it isn’t as funny as it should be either. The reboot of the “Vacation” series, which began in 1983 and starred Chevy Chase as well-meaning...
  • X-Men Apocalypse
    A breakdown of Marvel and Fox's Civil War
    Marvel's ventures to the big screen since releasing Iron Man seven years ago have caught fire quicker than Johnny Storm when he yells "Flame on!," yet if stills released by Entertainment Weekly earlier this month from the set of X...
  • American poster for the Italian film "Human Capital"
    'Human Capital' to screen at Detroit Film Theatre Sunday only
    An accident can unravel families and change lives forever.That’s what happens in Paolo Virzi’s 2013 film “Human Capital”, playing this Sunday only at the Detroit Film Theatre (DFT).Based on the American novel by Stephen...
  • Final Destination 3
    Movie review: Final Destination 3
    Six years after the original film and death is back and Wendy has the premonitions to prove it, seeing herself and friends die in a roller-coaster accident. With pictures snapped during the amusement park outing as clues, she and Kevin try...
  • Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation
    Rebecca Ferguson accepts her mission in 'Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation'
    In “Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation,” which is the fifth installment of the franchise, Tom Cruise returns as secret agent Ethan Hunt as he reunites with his IMF team to get rid of a rogue organization intent on destroying IMF....
  • J.J. Abrams Broke His Back During Harrison Ford On-Set Injury
    J.J. Abrams Broke His Back During Harrison Ford On-Set Injury
    Harrison Ford dominated headlines last year when news broke that he suffered a serious injury while filming “Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens” at Pinewood Studios in Buckinhamshire, England, and now director J.J. Abrams...
  • 'Moonstruck' is very funny
    'Moonstruck' is very funny
    While some stories share views of their characters over time, others tell their stories by giving the audience quick but intense snapshots, restricting the action to a very small amount of time. Yesterday, this column reviewed "Rachel Getting...
  • Marvel's Ant-Man is Larger than Life
    Marvel's Ant-Man is Larger than Life!
    Ant-Man: Rated “Pg-13” (1 hours and 57 minutes)Starring: Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly, Hayley Atwell, Corey Stoll, Michael DouglasDirected by: Peyton ReedOK, Funnybook fans, here is yet another (Marvel) comicbook film that is now out...
  • Movie review: 'Trainwreck'
    Movie review: 'Trainwreck'
    “Trainwreck” is a comedy that can’t really be described as anything but refreshing. It’s the first major feature film from Comedy Central star Amy Schumer, who wrote the screenplay as well as starred in it (Judd Apatow, who...
  • That Sugar Film
    Movie review: 'That Sugar Film', truth can be hard to swallow
    If you are arriving late to the party, let me fill you in: Sugar is bad. The public seems to just be coming around to this truth, and although it's going to take a whole heck of a lot to break our ingrained concepts of health and nutrition...
  • A LEGO Brickumentary
    Movie review: 'A LEGO Brickumentary' doesn't quite stick
    It's a very opportune time for A LEGO Brickumentary (opening today) to be released. LEGO, undoubtedly, is looking to bask in the glory of its classic product, the interchangeable construction bricks in which it, quite literally, has built an...
  • Planet Dystopia and the Retro Tube-John Hartman resurrects the Drive-In
    Planet Dystopia and the Retro Tube-John Hartman resurrects the Drive-In
    Back in the 50s it was a family ritual. Kids would put on pajamas and instead of going to bed would head out to the family car. After a ride, the clan would arrive at a venue with a large white structure that the vehicles would park facing. Images...
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