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Movie Review: Does Assassin’s Creed Break The “Game To Movie” Curse?

Posted  January 1, 2017  by  Lee Skavydis

Assassin’s Creed fans, rejoice! The popular Playstation and Xbox game franchise finally has been released in the UK on New Years Day, starring Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard. Unfortunately, game to movie adaptations have not had a very charming history. Movies like Super Mario Bros and Streetfighter came and went and are now remembered as some of the worst of the worst.

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Attention Marshmallows! An In-Depth Look At The Veronica Mars Movie

Posted  March 15, 2014  by  Kristyn Clarke

Whether you’re a lifelong fan or just plain curious about the crowd-funded movie, this recap will give you all the spoilers and story lines you need to see the movie!

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‘Dallas Buyers Club’ Review

Posted  March 11, 2014  by  Peter Towe

Matthew McConaughey dove into the character head first and came out on top.

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‘American Hustle’ Review

Posted  March 6, 2014  by  Peter Towe

This well established director has once again created a film with an intricate story and well developed characters who you can root for, even if you probably shouldn’t.

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‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ Review

Posted  March 6, 2014  by  Peter Towe

Wall Street was ruled by sex and drugs, and Jordan Belfort was a guy who got caught up in what was, and still is like the Wild West ruled by outlaws who are above the law.

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Enders Game Review

Posted  March 5, 2014  by  Sean McAloon

In an adaptation of a book, you can’t expect to fit everything in and still hope to do the book justice, nor can you completely change everything and keep your core audience. Enders Game delivers on both fronts, portraying the themes and primary plots of the book while creating an enjoyable cinematic adaptation.

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RoboCop (2014) Review

Posted  March 5, 2014  by  Sean McAloon

Jose Padilha is given the almost impossible task of appeasing fans of the 1987 original cult classic while adapting the story for modern times.

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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Review

Posted  March 5, 2014  by  Sean McAloon

Do not let the PG-13 rating fool you, the premise of these books is incredibly dark and Lawrence does a great job translating that to screen.

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The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Review

Posted  March 5, 2014  by  Sean McAloon

When Warner Bros. first announced that Peter Jackson would be returning to the franchise to adapt “The Hobbit” for the big screen, fans were ecstatic. But when it became clear Jackson intended to make not just two, but three, full length films out of The Hobbit (roughly 300 page book), many fans were quick to label this more »

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Out of The Furnace Review

Posted  March 5, 2014  by  Sean McAloon

Cooper has created a beautiful and thought provoking film that telegraphs underlying themes of poverty and the dying middle class while still leaving the viewer with some feeling of hope.

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HomeFront Review

Posted  March 1, 2014  by  Sean McAloon

If your a fan of Jason Statham and his usual and homogeneous brand of action, then Homefront is right up your alley.

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JOBS Review: A well-acted biopic that never quite reaches the greatness of it’s subject

Posted  August 24, 2013  by  Taylor Salan

I was very skeptical about Director Joshua Michael Stern and star Ashton Kutcher’s ability to tell the story of on of the 20th century’s most influential figures. Surprisingly, JOBS is a well told and acted, yet simple minded, tale of that very figure that ultimately suffers from poor and even lazy writing.

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‘Pacific Rim’ Review: A Visceral Thrill Ride that Will Define the 2013 Summer Movie Season

Posted  July 24, 2013  by  Taylor Salan

Pacific Rim, more than anything, feels like the culmination of everything that the director has been working toward for his entire career. The film, which is by far his most ambitiously large scale project (180 million to be exact), feels like it could only have been made by the fan favorite director. And in this respect, Pacific Rim is one of those films that has to be seen to believed, certainly defying expectations for what a sumer blockbuster could and should be: pure spectacle.

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‘The Hunger Games’ Blu-Ray Review: An exceptional blu-ray release that shines on several levels

Posted  June 12, 2013  by  Taylor Salan

In the end, this film is not an action movie, but rather a character piece that examines how people of such a young age face circumstances that the characters do here. This film is far better than it has any right to be, and Ross’s direction has much to do with that.In the end, this film is not an action movie, but rather a character piece that examines how people of such a young age face circumstances that the characters do here. This film is far better than it has any right to be, and Ross’s direction has much to do with that.

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2017

Marilyn Manson Sets Out To Kill In New Trailer For ‘Let Me Make You A Martyr’

Posted  May 16, 2017  by  Kristyn Clarke

(AOTN) Marilyn Manson brings us to the edge of our seats in the latest trailer release for Corey Asraf and John Swab’s feature-length debut, Let Me Make You A Martyr. The bold drama, starring Sons of Anarchy’s Mark Boone Junior, Niko Nicotera, and Marilyn Manson centers on two siblings caught in a storm of paternal abuse, more »

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