Drama

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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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Mar 23 2017

Bokeh

Slow-burning and haunting, Bokeh isn’t an easy movie to wrap one’s head around. Bearing two leads and three other minor roles in the cast list should tell you what kind of movie you’re in for; Bokeh pares back all the standard tropes of an apocalypse/rapture film, leaving behind a lean, stark portrayal of two people […]
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Dec 16 2016

Collateral Beauty

The Wikipedia entry for Collateral Beauty prior to its release summarized the film thusly: “When a successful New York advertising executive suffers from a great tragedy, he retreats from life. When their business suffers, his coworkers conspire to make him look crazy, in an effort to discredit him and keep their jobs.” The first sentence […]
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Jul 16 2015

Boulevard

Boulevard features the dubious honor of being the last film released with a live-action performance by the late Robin Williams. (His last filmed performance was seen in last year’s Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, followed by a voice-only performance in the upcoming Absolutely Anything.) I say “dubious” because even giving one of […]
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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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Apr 2 2015

Serena

On the face of it, Serena has all the ingredients of a good film – its lead actors and director are multiple award nominees/winners, it sports a beautiful soundtrack, the cinematography is gorgeous, and the supporting actors fill their roles perfectly. With all this, what could possibly be missing? The story and script. Without those […]
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