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  • Gone-Girl
    The week ahead: 'Gone Girl,' 'Fury,' 'The Judge,' 'Everly,' 'Low Down' and more
    Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike star as spouses in a troubled marriage in the crime thriller "Gone Girl." Brad Pitt leads an all-star cast in the war drama "Fury." Robert Downey Jr. and Robert Duvall are estranged son and father...
  • 'The Voices' trailer #1 overview and commentary
    'The Voices' trailer #1 overview and commentary
    Trailer Watch is a first reaction viewing of the featured trailer (by me) where I give some light commentary and opinions on it. Trailers are a big deal, they are the first real impression a movie has on people and can have a huge impact on its...
  • Michael Keaton in Birdman
    Ranking This Year's Best Picture Nominees
    With the Oscars a little less than a month away, many moviegoers use this time to catch up on the films that the Academy has dubbed the year’s best. With this in mind, I sat down this weekend and viewed all the movies in contention for the...
  • 2015 SAG Awards Shrine Auditorium
    2015 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards
    The 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards ceremony took place Sunday, January 25, 2015 in Los Angeles, CA at the Shrine Exposition Center. The 2015 SAG Award ceremony was also simulcast live by TNT and TBS.Legendary actress Debbie Reynolds...
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    'Birdman' is the top movie winner at the 2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards
    "Birdman" won the biggest prize (Outstanding Cast in a Motion Picture) in the movie categories for the 2015 Screen Actors Guild Awards. "Birdman" is a dramedy about has-been actor Riggan Thomson (played by Michael Keaton), who...
  • Julianne Moore
    'Birdman' and 'Downton Abbey' big winners at 2015 SAG Awards
    The 21st Annual Screen Actors Awards were handed out tonight, celebrating the best in television and motion picture acting. The honors were voted on by over 100,000 SAG/AFTRA members across the nation, and tonight the show was telecast from the...
  • Strange Magic
    Review: 'Strange Magic' has a strange magic to it
    “Strange Magic” is the newest foray into the animated film repertoire, and it’s one that is simply, as its title states, strange. Strange not in the way it was created and put together, but strange in the way it managed to have...
  • Nightbreed Director's Cut
    Review of ‘Nightbreed: The Director’s Cut’
    Originally released in 1990, three years after the successful screening of Hellraiser, Clive Barker’s Nightbreed left many fans aching for more, as many had read his 1988 novella Cabal and found its themes of persecuted “monsters&rdquo...
  • Centaurs
    The Centaur
    In Greek mythology, Centaurs were half horse and half man. Human from the waist up and a horse from the waist down. They were usually shown to be barbaric and savage, some even use weapons like in Harry Potter. The centaur Chiron tutored many of...
  • Director Jenni Olson
    Sundance 2015: Jenni Olson's "The Royal Road" is Gorgeous, Intensely Personal
    Jenni Olson’s “The Royal Road” truly is a gorgeous film. Debuting at Sundance 2015, Olson’s intensely personal tale of California's El Camino Real was shot on 16mm film stock. That tried-and-true technology can lead to...
  • American-Sniper
    'American Sniper' is No. 1 at U.S. box office for the second week in a row
    For the second weekend in a row, Warner Bros. Pictures' war drama "American Sniper" was No. 1 at the U.S. and Canadian box office for the weekend ending Jan. 25, 2015. According to a Box Office Mojo report published on Jan. 25, "...
  • Official poster for 'Match'
    Review: ‘Match’ scores with verbal volleys from Patrick Stewart and Carla Gugino
    Patrick Stewart has had a long and varied career, but for many cinemagoers he is first and foremost the man behind Jean-Luc Picard and Professor X. In Match, the venerated actor steps into the shoes of a legendary dancer and dance teacher who,...
  • “American Sniper” continues to shoot down competition
    “American Sniper” continues to shoot down competition at box office
    While there were three new movies coming out this week, including the latest from George Lucas, Jennifer Lopez, and Johnny Depp, but it wasn’t enough to take down American Sniper at the box office.American Sniper is doing everything that it...
  • American Sniper
    Weekend box office: 'American Sniper' smashes competition second week in a row
    “American Sniper” continued to do massive numbers at the box office this weekend. After grossing over $90 million in its nationwide debut last weekend, this weekend it experienced little drop off at all, blowing away the competition to...
  • My favorite guilty pleasure movies; and some not-so-guilty
    My favorite guilty pleasure movies; and some not-so-guilty
    I love movies, but sometimes the movies I love are hated by others; critics and layman's alike. This, however does not sway my love. Some of the movies on this list may genuinely be "bad" movies, such as Deep Blue Sea; while some are...