With the Oscars ending with “12 Years A Slave” walking away with the Best Picture win, the concept of slavery has a new place in cinematic history. The exploration of that time period continues in “Belle,” which provides a whole new perspective on the fight to abolition of the slave trade and slavery itself, and is based on a true story that is now being discovered. Continue reading “Belle”
Perhaps you remember “Ted,” the 2012 breakout hit about a foul-mouthed teddy bear, that also somehow landed Seth MacFarlane the Oscars gig for 2013 and raised his star power a couple levels. And by the tone of the preceding sentence, you are probably foretelling how this review may treat MacFarlane’s new movie “A Million Ways to Die in the West.”
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One of the most anticipated movies of the 2014 summer movie season is “Godzilla.” After a decade in production limbo, the King of Monsters finally was brought back to the silver screen for a new generation. Continue reading “Godzilla”
The summer movie season means explosions and raunchy comedies for the audiences crowding the theatres. “Neighbors” is the first of the comedies to hit this season, and with one of the comedy favorites of today, Seth Rogen, it is looking to make a solid haul at the box office.
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“The Amazing Spider-Man 2” is one of summer 2014’s most anticipated films. Now that it is finally here, the audiences are looking to see if the webslinger series will continue to make due on promises made in the first film.
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