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THE HUNGER GAMES: MOCKINGJAY PART 2: Ends the series with an unsatisfying whimper, the result of poor, underdeveloped artistic choices.
There’s war coming, all-out war, all-out civil war, to Panem, the fictionalized future successor to the United States central to Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games trilogy in print and on film, but not yet (operative phrase being “not yet”) to The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 (hereinafter “Mockingjay, Part 1”), the
Check out the new trailer for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 – it looks like it is going to follow closely the source material.
There’s almost always an awesome film coming out on Blu-Ray or DVD each month, so which ones should you pay attention to this month?
Gobbledygeek seeks to nourish your mind with a new book club discussing J.J. Abrams and Doug Dorst’s novel-within-a-novel S.
I remember the night it happened, it was at a New Year’s Eve party and 1980 was on the horizon. Scotty J. was vulnerable and a nervous mess, but he was going to show Dirk Diggler how he felt about him. The rejection transcended from the screen and I simultaneously
I was a firm believer that the book is always better than the film. Books allow you to get inside characters’ heads, and aren’t limited by budget or technology. Imagination is unlimited and books let that run free. However, after re-reading The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and seeing the film, I may
Join us here for a viewing party screening featuring The Big Lebowski on September 4, 2013 at 7:00 PM Central Time! The Big Lebowski has become a classic over time and is the favorite of many people from many different backgrounds, tastes and ages. It holds just as much esteem
This weeks biggest releases are The Master, How to Survive a Plague, Law & Order: The Twelfth Year, and The Client List: The Complete First Season. The Master’s Joaquin Phoenix, Amy Adams, and Philip Seymour Hoffman each received Oscar nominations for their brilliant work in the film. Also, How to Survive a Plague received an Oscar
Every day of this Oscar season has been, as Sheryl Crow would say, a winding road – more than any other awards season I can recall. At last, we’ve almost reached the end: Oscar Sunday is just two days away. All the red carpets, all the acceptance speeches, all the
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) unsurprisingly handed its best film and best director prizes to Ben Affleck’s Argo this past Sunday. The only major precursor left comes as the Writers Guild of America (WGA) reveals its picks for the best original and adapted screenplays of 2012
This weeks biggest releases are Flight, Celeste and Jesse Forever, and A Late Quartet. Denzel Washington’s brilliant performance as an alcoholic pilot who also has a problem with drugs in Flight has gotten him an Oscar nomination. Here’s a scene from Flight: And as usual, please don’t hesitate to share what
Seth MacFarlane and Emma Stone unveiled the Oscar nominations last Thursday. MacFarlane will also host the ceremony, which takes place on Feb. 24, but with several major organizations still doling out nods and wins, the Oscar race is far from over since voters have until Feb. 19 to turn in
Here’s hoping everyone’s had a great holiday season! But for avid Oscar watchers, this time of the year brings more than gay happy meetings and silent nights; it also gives us one of our favorite things: the heart of the Oscar season.