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  • 'Star Trek: Into Darkness'
    DVD review: 'Star Trek: Into Darkness'
    J.J. Abrams is a successful filmmaker, there isn't any debate about that. Very few could have predicted the massive success of his first 'Star Trek' cinematic reboot.One thing you could predict is that he would get the chance to do it...
  • 'The Punisher' (1989)
    DVD review: 'The Punisher' (1989)
    The Punisher is one of this Examiner's favorite Marvel characters. Perhaps it's the logo, perhaps it's his dark anti-hero status, perhaps it is the semi-realism of the premise.No matter what it is, there has been a lot of trouble...
  • '22 Jump Street'
    DVD review: '22 Jump Street'
    Who could have predicted that a '21 Jump Street' movie would have been so good? Well, it was fantastic and financially successful. We all know that means we were due for more.Here is the inevitable '22 Jump Street'.Schmidt (Jonah...
  • Big Hero 6
    'Big Hero 6' suits up for action reasonably well
    There is a certain magic to the origin story of a superhero because it really can come out of anywhere and anyone can step up when the situation calls for it. "Big Hero 6" is a delightful action filled romp that doesn't quite hit the...
  • 'Brick Mansions'
    DVD review: 'Brick Mansions'
    New action stories are great when you can get them. When you can't, a bored, successful filmmaker sometimes will return to the well and remake one of his old works.That brings us to Luc Besson and 'Brick Mansions'.Set in a grim,...
  • 'Divergent'
    DVD review: 'Divergent'
    'The Hunger Games' helped to keep the door open for other young adult series to be adapted into a movie series. A chief beneficiary of this timing is 'Divergent.'Beatrice Prior (Shailene Woodley) is a 16 year old girl who, like all...
  • Michael Vey #4: Hunt for Jade Dragon
    'Michael Vey: Hunt for Jade Dragon' by Richard Paul Evans
    "Michael Vey: Hunt for Jade Dragon" by Richard Paul Evans is Book #4 out of seven books in the series. This book, like the previous three, details how Michael and his friends, the Electroclan, fight the evil Elgen who are trying to...
  • John Wick
    John Wick: Keanu Reeves Is Back With A Vengeance... And It's Bloody Fun !
    It's been years since I thought seriously about Keanu Reeves.Beyond occasional wistful thoughts of the guy who made me feel giddy at the chemistry he had with Sandra Bullock in the wonderful 1994 action film "Speed" or enjoying the...
  • Transporter: The Series
    'Transporter: The Series': Why did we wait two years to see this fantastic show?
    Transporter: The Series is a breath of fresh air. With its mix of satisfying action, well-placed levity and a leading man who should've achieved that status years ago, it's one of the best imports to hit American television in years. That&...
  • Review for the Working World: Ryse: Son of Rome
    Review for the Working World: Ryse: Son of Rome
    Let's take a history lesson, one that seems drenched in blood! Let's have quick time events through most of the game! Let's have our main hero scream like they do in 300! This is going to be one hell of a game! Ryse: Son of Rome, is an...
  • Assassin's Creed Unity "Environment Climbing" Screenshot
    How Paris varies across its six districts in ‘Assassin’s Creed Unity’
    Players can expect a ton of diversity in the six districts of 18th century Paris in Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed Unity.Each district in Unity will have different mission difficulty ratings, which varies mostly due to the change in layout,...
  • 'Edge of Tomorrow'
    DVD review: 'Edge of Tomorrow'
    Let's just get it out of the way right off the bat, the movie that was known as 'Edge of Tomorrow' in was re-dubbed 'Live. Die. Repeat' with 'Edge of Tomorrow' relegated to a tiny corner of the cover. This was clearly a...
  • The Rule of Thoughts by James Dashner
    'The Rule of Thoughts' by James Dashner
    "The Rule of Thoughts" is the sequel to "The Eye of Minds" by bestselling author James Dashner, who also wrote "The Maze Runner."In "The Eye of Minds," Dashner created a world where people didn't just...
  • Writer/producer Alex Kurtzman (L) and actor Robert Patrick attend the 'Scorpion' premiere screening
    'Scorpion' needs coherent plots to go along with the jump-the-shark action
    “Scorpion,” which aired its first episode on Monday, it purported to be a show about how a Homeland Security agent, played by Robert Patrick, recruits a group of super geniuses to help the United States deal with crises as they come up...
  • Interview: Dan Stevens for Thriller 'The Guest'
    Interview: Dan Stevens for Thriller 'The Guest'
    Actor Dan Stevens is busy these days making a name for himself in the world of movies and television. In his ten years onscreen, he's already made an impact on audiences all across the world through commanding performances in British favorites...