FlixChatter Origins Project

Happy Friday, everyone! One of my blog friends Marshall from Marshall and the Movies has recently asked me to be a part of his awesome blog event dubbed "The Origins Project" or how I'd like to call it The Blog Begins 🙂 It's been great to read about how my fellow bloggers got started and the …

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Poster of the Week: Never Let Me Go

Upon seeing this lovely poster, I just might make a weekly Poster Feature post from now on. There is always a new being released every day and it's fun to look at them. But every once in a while, a poster catches your breath away, not so much for how it looks—though it's indeed gorgeous–but …

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Conspicuous Trailer of the Week: Soul Kitchen

I caught a glimpse of Gordon Ramsay's cooking reality show Master Chef and it inspired me to pick this movie for my weekly trailer post. Soul Kitchen is a German independent ensemble comedy from German-Turkish director Faith Akin. Here's a brief description from TIFFreviews.com: From the director of Head-on comes the story of a young …

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Happy Birthday Sandra Bullock!

Yesterday Sandra Bullock turned 46, so happy belated birthday, Sandy! This has been quite a year for the affable actress, winning an Oscar and losing a marriage in the same year, which is tough enough in and of itself even without a heinous scandal associated with it. Yet, the gorgeous actress continues to carry herself …

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Weekend Roundup: Flugtag, Ridley Scott’s Filmmaking Contest, Pillars of the Earth Debut

Happy Monday, everyone! Hope y'all had a smashing weekend. Mine ended up being quite hectic that I didn't get to see The Prestige that I rented again. As I said in my Top Five Nolan flicks post, I'm curious to see if I understand it better the second time around. I had the pleasure of …

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Upcoming Flix Spotlight » TRON: Legacy

I wish I could be in San Diego this week, ComicCon sounds like a lot of fun, and it's increasingly becoming as much for movie lovers as comic book fans. One of the most buzzed about upcoming movie this year is Disney's Tron: Legacy. I've become increasingly intrigued by this movie, and the new trailer …

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Conspicuous Trailer of the Week: The Debt

Seems like every trailer I've posted has Helen Mirren in it, the dame is one versatile actress! But this movie's actually been on my radar for a while, but then the whole Disney vs. Miramax debacle threatened to send this straight to dvd. So I was tickled pink when I saw the trailer and the …

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Random assortment of movie musings and news – July Edition

Ok, about 72+ hours after I wrote my Inception review and my mind's finally able to think about something else! A bunch of us obviously went and saw it this weekend as the blogs are all abuzz with Inception-related posts, and it's been a trending topic on Twitter for at least four straight days! Christopher …

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From Vision to Film: Superman Returns

Welcome to the second edition of FlixChatter's From-Vision-t0-Film series. Have you ever seen a film and then wonder what would happen if they were done differently? Well, in Hollywood, about 70% of films that they produced had different visions initially. This post is courtesy of special guest blogger Ted Saydalavong, a movie trivia aficionado who …

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FlixChatter Review: Inception

It's been more than twelve hours since the movie ended, yet I'm still mulling it over, spewing quotes from the movie, and can't stop thinking about it. Nolan's films infiltrate the minds, kind of like when you just wake up from a vivid dream and still feel trapped between the dream world and reality. Dreams …

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