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Movie reviews, Cinema and DVD

Friday, March 17, 2017

The Big Ape’s Still King

Kong: Skull Island deserves the accolades

After the financial success of Godzilla, it seemed only natural that Legendary would seek to bring more classic giant monsters to the screen, either in their own movies or in a sequel. Well, that sequel got sidelined when director Gareth Edwards got sidetracked by another little project, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. While that sequel languished (it’s now looking at a 2019 release with Vera Farmiga, Kyle Chandler, and Stranger Things’ Millie Bobby Brown among the cast) – and teased the appearance of more classic kaiju – someone came up with the idea to bring the big ape Kong back to life.

Friday, March 17, 2017

Screen Savor: Tower of Song

There’s no question that 2016 will be long remembered as a year of immeasurable losses in the world of music. One of the most shocking was the passing of Leonard Cohen, who died following a fall at the age of 82, shortly after the release of You Want It Darker, his 14th studio album.

Friday, March 03, 2017

Horror, Humor, and a Message

Get Out plays the race card while dishing up blood ’n’ gore

Every once in a while a movie comes along that is virtually unreviewable because of the intricacies of the plot, which would result in a massively spoiler-filled report. Get Out is one of those films, and that’s a good thing because you really shouldn’t know too much about it before seeing it. So we’ll just give you the basics of the plot.

Friday, March 03, 2017

Screen Savor: Seaworthy

Not to be confused with the classic 1998 gay movie Edge of Seventeen, The Edge of Seventeen (STX / Universal), now available in a double-disc blu-ray version, is the directorial debut by writer / filmmaker Kelly Fremon Craig. The Edge of Seventeen is a good example of a movie that, upon its initial 2016 theatrical was well-received by critics, so much so that one might be led to believe that it’s better than it is.

Friday, February 03, 2017

Burgers with a Side of Villainy

McDonald's fast food restaurants are ubiquitous around the world. You can find them just about anywhere, but how did a one-store burger stand in California become such a global phenomenon? The new movie The Founder aims to show us, warts and all.


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