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One of the many opening lines in the trailer for the new film, The Railway Man seems to sum it all up albeit in very simple terms. “He’s a wonderful man… but he’s a mess.” [youtube id=”px04904hm88″ width=”600″ height=”350″] The film is an adaptation of a bestselling autobiography under the

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For the PARANORMAL ACTIVITY franchise, there are plenty of fresh scares and lasting jitters in each of the movies. Next up, PARANORMAL ACTIVITY: THE MARKED ONES.

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It seems impossible to put forth an original idea these days.  Every time I get an idea for a revolutionary invention to make all our lives easier or better, a quick Google search reveals whatever “it” is has already been created by someone else.  Maybe they did it better, maybe

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Neill Blomkamp had four years to figure out how he would follow up the surprise smash hit District 9. Well it was well worth the wait as Blomkamp’s latest directorial project brings to life a futuristic society that is divided my millions of miles of space in the fantastic hit,

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“Before there was punk, there was A Band Called Death”, a 1970’s Detroit punk band formed by three African American teenage brothers- David, Bobby and Dannis Hackney. They are now getting the recognition they deserve, including being known as the first black punk band.

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Check out our review of Venus and Serena, a documentary about the sisters who have been dominating women’s tennis for years!

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Check out our review of Pain & Gain, starring Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, and Anthony Mackie

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I love a good nature documentary. Nature fascinates me, and the beauty and enormity of it is breathtaking. So whenever I see a new nature documentary has been released, I’m automatically interested. Throw in one of my man crushes, Josh Duhamel as the narrator, and I was very intrigued by

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The Tribeca Film Festival is just around the corner! Find out what movies I’m most looking forward to.

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Based on the memoir of a stripper-turned-professional gambler, LAY THE FAVORITE tries to find laughs and life lessons in the unglamorous world of sports betting.

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Yesterday, I had the pleasure of chatting with Miles Teller, Skylar Astin, and Justin Chon about their new movie, 21 AND OVER, in theaters today (March 1). During roundtable discussions, I asked each about the same two topics, and here’s what they had to say…

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The new Oblivion trailer is online, and it’s full of real-world drama. Directed by Joseph Kosinski the film stars Tom Cruise, Morgan Freeman, Andrea Riseborough, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, and Melissa Leo. Earlier this week we shared the Oblivion posters that gave us a good look at the Cruise, Freeman, and the apocalyptic devastation. Keep reading to check out the

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Don’t Stop Believin’ Everyman’s Journey, the story of Arnel Pineda, who went from the streets of the Phillipines to the lead singer of Journey.

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If you woke up one morning and found that your dog wasn’t in your house anymore, how would you react? In Quentin Dupieux’s film Wrong, we’re taken on an interesting journey when Dolph Springer, a man who has been fired from his job for 3 months but continues to go

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It’s hard to find poker movies these days, and it’s even harder to find a poker movie that’s actually good. Casino Royale was a solid movie, but the realism of the poker leaves a bit to be desired. Rounders is the perfect poker movie, and the bar that every other

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I missed out on seeing End Of Watch in theaters  because my wife had heard about the shaky hand documentary style of filming that was rampant throughout the movie. When we watched it last night, it was one of the first things I noticed, and yes while it was shaky, it didn’t

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