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Dec 12 2016

Review: “La La Land”

It might be a little early in Damien Chazelle’s filmmaking career to call the movie his magnum opus, but “La La Land” has all the signifiers of a modern classic. This reviewer is not easily taken by the movie-musical—in fact, it’s usually the opposite—but I’ve seen it twice now and it only seems to be […]
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Oct 12 2016

The Accountant

Gunshot. Car horn. “Wait, you have to call it in!” Bloody bodies on the sidewalk. More gunshots. More bodies inside a restaurant. More gunshots. The sounds of bodies falling to the floor. A final cry of pain. Finally, the shadow of a gun being pressed to someone’s head. These are the first images and sounds […]
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Jan 29 2016

Kung Fu Panda 3

“The circle is now complete. When I left you, I was but the learner; now, I am the master.” — Darth Vader, Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope Watching Kung Fu Panda 3, I couldn’t help but think of this line. Of course, the student-turned-master is not an evil Sith Lord, but the […]
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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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