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  • Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation
    Review: 'Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation' offers plenty of twists
    Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation (2015) PG-13 Dir: Christopher McQuarrieThis film is currently playing in theaters.Directed by Christopher McQuarrie, in "Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation", Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and the IMF team...
  • The Manhattan Cricket Club
    Manhattan Cricket Club introduces its martini service
    The Manhattan Cricket Club(part of the Burke & Wills Australian Bistro) in New York is an escapist throwback to the Colonial Era, the British Empire at the turn of the 20th Century, an homage to the classic cricket clubs in Australia complete...
  • Grabbers
    Grabbers Is Bloody Good Fun And The Monster Movie We've Waited For
    When done right monster horror films can be both terrifying and fun. Films like Tremors, Aliens, The 1982 version of The Thing, The Host, and even Gremlins have proven that with the best writing and the most imaginative creature designs a film may...
  • Rogue Nation 2015
    Review - Mission : Impossible - Rogue Nation
    Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) and his IMF (Impossible Mission Force) buddies are back in Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation. The fifth film in the action-spy series that was based on a television series, this franchise is really turning into an...
  • 3 reasons to ditch your current workout now for Capoeira
    3 reasons to ditch your current workout now for Capoeira
    What if we told you there was a workout which combines music, introduces you to a new culture and language while increasing your body's strength, stamina, flexibility, and endurance? Ditch your yoga class, leave your gym for a day and...
  • Man Up
    Man Up Is Another Idiotic Slacker Buddy Comedy, That Isn't Half Bad
    Dante and Randal from Clerks. Tommy and Richard from Tommy Boy. Shaun and Ed from Shaun of the Dead. Harold and Kumar from Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle. Lloyd and Harry from Dumb and Dumber. Over the past several years Hollywood has been...
  • Joss Stone "Water For Your Soul"
    Joss Stone “Water For Your Soul” album review
    Joss Stone will release her seventh album Water For Your Soul on July 31, digging deep into a reggae themed background, with hints at calypso and world music throughout. Although the album strays away from the Soul and R&B feel, only with...
  • Stanford
    Review - The Stanford Experiment
    The famous/infamous Stanford Prison Experiment is getting the film treatment once more. Studying the psychological nature of the human brain under faux prison conditions, the experiment is one of those staples of high school and college education...
  • The True Cost
    The Shocking and Thought Provoking Truth In The True Cost Make It A Must See
    Most Americans think very little about causes and effects, especially when it comes to the world of fashion. We buy what we like, and what we believe we need more and more higher end cloths thanks to the endless advertisements and celebrity...
  • 'Shrek the Musical' at Byron Civic Theatre
    Byron Civic Theatre presents 'Shrek the Musical'
    Last week, your Rockford Theater Examiner had the chance to attend adress rehearsalof Byron Civic Theatre's summer production of Shrek the Musical. The show opened last weekend and will continue performances this weekend before the production...
  • Alien Outpost
    While An Alien Invasion Movie Alien Outpost Suffers Due To Lack of Aliens
    In the year 2021 an alien invasion of Earth left destruction, death, and chaos among the world as humans were unprepared for a response. Disbanding the United Nations the United Services Defense Force (USDF) was formed and after some time...
  • A Long Way Down
    With Amazing Peformances A Long Way Down is Fun, Emotional, and Deeply Relatable
    With already two of Nick Hornby's books becaming hit films, High Fidelity and About A Boy, in 2014 director Pascal Chaumeil and screenwriter Jack Thorne teamed up to loosely bring another of Hornby's stories to life. Now available to view...
  • TV Review: 'Scream' the TV Series
    TV Review: 'Scream' the TV Series
    I’ve loved the “Scream” films from the first time I took in the original on video. My love for the franchise was reluctant at first as I refused to watch what I considered to be a cash grab for studios to profit off of classic...
  • Faults
    Riley Stearns Faults Is A Dark Engaging Tale Of Cults And Being In Control
    In his feature film debut, writer and director Riley Stearns released a film that looked at the depth of one's psych when they are fully mentally and emotionally invested in a cult. His 2014 film Faults, now available to view on Netflix, tells...
  • soithpaw
    Review - Southpaw
    Jake Gyllenhaal has been on a roll lately, turning in great performance after great performance in Enemy,NightcrawlerandPrisoners. He has been brooding, boisterous, creepy and complicated, evolving into one of the top American leads working today...
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