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Marvel movie number whatever it is right now is the second big film of the summer. I only say that because FAST 5 has proven itself to be the first. Even though it is still officially Spring, the mega-blockbusters are beginning to roll themselves into theaters. Hopefully so that many

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FAST FIVE is another in a long line of heist flicks… But with fast cars, sexy women, a Vin Diesel/Dwayne Johnson standoff, and all in Rio de Janeiro.

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Sometimes us Brits are thrown a bone here and there regarding early releases and this week we were given an early look at Marvels latest comic adaptation Thor. Arguably one of the hardest comic properties to translate to the silver screen Kenneth Branagh took a swing at something that could have easily

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There are terrorist movies and then there are TERRORIST movies. UNTHINKABLE, in my opinion, falls into the latter. We’ve all seen the films that have the Islamic-motivated individuals who have done something extreme to prove either a political or personal point at the expense of others. They are fearless, clever

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WARNING:THIS REVIEW IS RIFE WITH SPOILERS AND AS STUPID AS IT SOUNDS EVERYTHING MENTIONED IN HERE DOES IN FACT HAPPEN IN THIS MOVIE.Its hard for me to write this let alone form the actual idea in my head but I may just have found a movie to rival Tommy Wiseau’s

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Widely regarded as this year’s must see horror film so far, Insidious has been leaving cinema goers across the world hiding behind their hands. But is this new foray into the paranormal from producer Oren Peli and director James Wan really something to fear? Director: James Wan Year: 2011 Genre

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Walking into Universal Studios Islands of Adventure is like walking into any other amusement park: crowds, distant screams from the roller coasters, and over priced traditional park food. However, once you walk to the back right of the park to the island known as The Wizarding World of Harry Potter,

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Tina Fey was back on SNL last night to promote her latest movie “Date Night,” which just opened this weekend. As an SNL vet, she turned in a solid performance, which is to be expected. Check out some of my favorite moments from the episode below. Opening Monologue I loved

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This year’s winner is definitely memorable. In today’s society where we are surrounded by brands and marketing noise, it just makes sense that this would happen sooner or later. In a way, it reminds me of Josie & The Pussycats (a highly underrated film in my opinion). It uses the

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I am a big fan of Wallace & Gromit, having seen most of their famous shorts. The bumbling Wallace has such heart, which is always in the right place despite the bad situations he gets in, and is so loveable. At 30 minutes this is the longest of the animated

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