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Apr 4 2019

Pet Sematary (2019) – Movie Review

(PLEASE NOTE: A significant plot detail is discussed in this review as a means of showing how this film differentiates itself from both the novel and its 1989 adaptation. Spoiler notices at the beginning and end of the paragraphs are included.) We each owe a death, there are no exceptions. — Stephen King, “The Green […]
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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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Jul 11 2014

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

It is a red dawn. Strange things await us by the eaves of the forest. Good or evil, I do not know; but we are called. — Legolas, from J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Two Towers Strange things, indeed, await in the forest in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. Well, if you want to call […]
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Jul 11 2014

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes – Mike’s Review

With “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes”, director Matt Reeves has accomplished something remarkable: he’s made a compelling action hero out of a computer generated chimpanzee. If that’s not enough, he’s also made the summer’s best blockbuster thus far. The film opens a decade after the events in “Rise of the Planet of the […]
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Jun 28 2013

White House Down

Technology has come a long way since the special effects in “Independence Day” almost twenty years ago, but apparently the criteria for making your standard Roland Emmerich film have not. From the big, oversimplified plots and exploding buildings right down to the precocious little kid who inevitably has some hand in saving the day, not […]
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Jun 28 2013

White House Down

Roland Emmerich does well with spectacle movies. Who can forget the indelible image of the White House being eviscerated by alien laser fire in Independence Day? Nor can one dismiss the awesome power of the tidal wave hitting New York City in The Day After Tomorrow. With his latest film, White House Down, Emmerich goes […]
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