Weekend Viewing Reviews: Mirror Mirror and Angel (2007)

The last day of July is coming to an end, in fact it's already August for some of you, but hey I thought I'd fit in a couple of reviews first before I post my Monthly Roundup tomorrow. Been watching the Olympics much? The only thing I managed to watch is the opening ceremony which …

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Special Birthday Post: Ranking Christopher Nolan’s 7 Feature Films

As part of my Inception-countdown series, I ranked five of Christopher Nolan's movies. Well, now he's got two more under his belt, making his total of feature-length film to seven [excluding Following which wasn't widely distributed]. Just a quick bio per Wikipedia: Born in 1970 in London, Nolan was one of three sons of a …

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Trailers Spotlight: Cloud Atlas, Chasing Mavericks, The Master

Hello folks! I haven't done a trailer post since Man of Steel last weekend and this past week there have been quite a few trailers that caught my attention, so I thought I'd highlight 'em here in case some of you have not seen it. ... Cloud Atlas I've been quite curious about this movie …

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Five Favorite Music of the 2012 Olympics Musical Director David Arnold

In just a matter of hours, the opening ceremony of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London will be underway. So have you been following the Olympics coverage? It's interesting how a lot of film folks are involved in the ceremony. British directors Danny Boyle (28 Days Later, Slumdog Millionaire)and Stephen Daldry (Billy Elliot, The Reader) …

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Counting down to TCFF: ‘Ruby Sparks’ Review and Q&A

In about three months time, one of the most exciting event in my neck of the woods is touching down. YES, the Twin Cities Film Fest starts on FRIDAY, October 12 through Saturday, Oct. 20! For more info, click on the banner to go to the official site and also LIKE TCFF on Facebook! ... …

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Classic Flix Review: The Purple Plain (1954)

Quite early on in The Purple Plain, I realized the main character was going to be a different Gregory Peck role than any other I had seen. Pilot Bill Forrester (Peck), a Canadian serving in the Royal Air Force during World War II, is suffering from suicidal tendencies and what we today call post-traumatic stress …

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My Movie Confessions – My Film Views Blog-a-thon

Nostra at My Film Views is at it again with yet another fun blog-a-thon. This time we're talking about *movie sins* that we all have committed but has been reluctant to admit... that is until now 😀 All I had to do is answer these questions below, so let's get on it shall we? Which …

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FlixChatter Review: The Dark Knight Rises

In an era where seemingly every Summer we get a superhero cinematic event, Christopher Nolan still manages to kick it up a notch with The Dark Knight Rises. Really, even without the ruckus over death treats over negative reviews and the tragic event that happened in Aurora, CO, during a midnight screening, the hype over the …

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DC Geekgasm Day: Man Of Steel Teaser Trailer is here!!

Seems like the past few years it has been the year of Marvel comics, what with Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Spiderman, and of course the behemoth that was The Avengers! But this week and you could say even this whole month, belongs to DC... this Man of Steel trailer is released just mere hours …

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The Good & Not-So-Good about The Dark Knight Rises – Ted’s Review

Well it's finally here, The Dark Knight Rises opens in theaters everywhere this weekend. I was lucky enough to have seen it at an advanced screening Wednesday night. Since not many people have seen it yet, my review won't go into any plot points or spoil anything for you. The movie is set eight years …

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