Charlize Theron

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Apr 12 2017

The Fate of the Furious

Buckle up, kids. A new Fast and Furious movie skids its way into theaters this weekend, and ain’t nothin’ changed – this eighth installment in the franchise doesn’t let off the gas one bit. Huge respect goes to this outrageous series for maintaining – and since Fast Five, improving – the franchise’s death-defying, high-flying quality […]
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Aug 18 2016

Kubo and the Two Strings

Why the Laika animation studio isn’t a name on everyone’s lips like Disney’s Pixar is a total mystery to me. Since 2009, they’ve put out stunningly-animated films using a terrific blend of computer backgrounds and stop motion. Don’t think Ray Harryhausen, though; think more lifelike, truly defined and smoother than Jason and the Argonauts. What […]
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May 14 2015

Mad Max: Fury Road

Try to picture a Cirque du Soleil show if everyone were trying to kill one another with spears and chainsaws, and that might somewhat prepare you for the insanity that is George Miller’s “Mad Max: Fury Road”, the long awaited fourth installment in the series that put Mel Gibson on the map in the early […]
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May 30 2014

A Million Ways to Die in the West

(There is a post-credits scene in the movie that is an extension of the final scene in the film. Stick around, ’cause it’s kind of funny.) I’m sensing a common theme in “Family Guy” creator Seth MacFarlane’s two theatrically-released films: both Ted and the newly-released A Million Ways to Die in the West center on […]
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