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Try looking in the monthly archives. July 2013

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Fruitvale Station Movie Review

(MINOR SPOILERS)- You probably heard about this story in the news
You need to see this movie. It’s that simple. I’ve had fun with this summer’s big movies but yo it’s time to get serious. Fruitvale Station truly is an important […]

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The Wolverine Movie Review

Turn back the clocks 3 months ago and I probably was pretty interested in a stand alone Wolverine movie. Wolverine is one of my favorite comic book characters because he’s the “Han Solo” of the X-men. He’s the rogue badass […]

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Breaking Bad “HEAT” Theory (Spoilers)

Obviously SPOILERS FOR HEAT AND BREAKING BAD! If you have not seen either then stop reading and go watch them. If you haven’t experienced either then you are not fully living. So go watch them and then come back here. […]

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Only God Forgives Movie Review

Nicholas Winding Refn brings us his follow-up to “Drive” in the form a hypnotic and often dreamlike morality tale. Set in the Bangkok criminal underworld, the movie follows three characters and their actions within the story. Drive is one of […]

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The Conjuring Movie Review

Forget the new horror films of today (if we can even call them that ughh). The Conjuring goes back to the basics and proves that the traditional tale, if done right, can be a relentless and terrifying force. Horror movies […]

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The Way, Way Back Movie Review

Amongst a summer full of explosions, zombies, and superheroes there’s bit of a gem. Directors Nat Faxon and Jim Rash deliver a coming of age story that while rough around the edges, is as warm and pleasing a film you’ll find […]

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Monsters University Movie Review

Welcome back Pixar, welcome back. I’ll start by saying that my all time favorite Pixar movie is Monsters Inc. The best thing Pixar has going for it is it’s original stories and characters. Monsters Inc. does this better than any […]

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PACIFIC RIM Movie Review

By mid July the summer movie season begins its final stretch. It can be a very long stretch of movies that feel to much like the other blockbusters they’ve watched the past two months. I totally get it. I enjoy […]

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