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Apr 9 2017

Aftermath

The last two Arnold Schwarzenegger films I’ve seen have impressed me; I rather like his latter-day venture into dramatic territory. Of course, that’s not to say that I don’t like seeing him with a gun in his hand and a cigar in his mouth. However, his zombie drama Maggie and his latest film Aftermath have […]
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Jun 30 2015

Terminator Genisys

“Terminator Genisys” follows an alternate timeline in which an aging terminator called “Pops” (Arnold Schwarzenegger) tries to smile a lot, and the primary villain is the iconic resistance leader John Connor (Jason Clarke) who has been retooled by the machines as some sort of unstoppable human/robot hybrid to go back in time and — well, make […]
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Jun 30 2015

Terminator Genisys – Eddie’s Review

“I don’t know why I’m remembering a life I never lived, but I know that it’s real.” With those words, Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) sums up and tries to excuse Terminator Genisys and the problematic mess that it is. No matter if James Cameron, writer and director of the seminal 1984 film that started a […]
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May 8 2015

Maggie – Eddie’s Review

For the last ten years or so, we’ve seen a resurgence in the zombie horror genre. Starting with Zack Snyder’s bold remake of George A. Romero’s Dawn of the Dead, the nerd world and beyond has been gobbling up stories, movies, television shows, video games, and other forms of entertainment all having to do with […]
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May 7 2015

Maggie

In the limited realm of PG-13 zombie fare, “Maggie” focuses entirely on something that films like the comical “Warm Bodies” and the action-blockbuster “World War Z” leave out: that long, nasty transformation from being human to being undead. This otherwise dramatic indie flick from first-time director Henry Hobson (heretofore credited mostly for designing credits), which looks to be […]
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Mar 31 2014

Sabotage

David Ayer may well have cornered the market on films about corrupt law enforcement, but his latest effort, the ultra-violent “Sabotage”, feels more like it was made by a first-time director with something to prove than the seasoned veteran behind such absorbing cop dramas as 2008′s “Street Kings” and 2012′s “End of Watch”. With very […]
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