Monthly Roundup & Favorite Movie of June 2014

Man, where has June go??! It's nuts that this weekend is Fourth of July already which means we're already halfway done with Summer 😦 I feel that this month is a blur already, I actually have a hard time just what in the heck I've been watching this past month. Well, one thing for sure, I've been doing …

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FlixChatter Double Review –Transformers: Age of Extinction

Ted's Review After a three year absent, the Transformers are back on the big screen. They still have to deal with annoying human characters, fight the bad Transformers and destroy every big city as much as they could. The movie picked up about 5 years after the last one, we're introduced to some new human …

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Everybody’s Chattin’ & Question of the Week on Movie Franchises

Happy Thursday everybody! I'm going to hit two birds with one stone today in combining two post *series* in one. Well, inspired by my recent viewing of Transformers 4 and some other news, the topic this week is: Hollywood Movie Franchises. Ok, so let's start with some of my favorite posts from the past couple …

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TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION interview with Jack Reynor and Nicola Peltz

Hello everyone! Earlier this month, on June 8th to be exact, I got a chance to interview a couple of cast members from TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION: Nicola Peltz & Jack Reynor. It's part of their press tour around the country and they showed clips from the movies as well as signed autographs for fans. Surely …

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June 2014 Blind Spot Film: REBECCA (1940)

As with a lot of the BlindSpot viewings this year, there are a lot of firsts in regards to REBECCA. No, it's not the first Hitchcock film I saw, but it's the first Laurence Olivier AND Joan Fontaine film I ever saw. I didn't know David O. Selznick produced this, which was interesting given that I …

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Weekend Roundup: Two Austen adaptations, an espionage comedy + a Hitchcock classic

Wow, where has June gone? Can't believe July is just 10 days away, seems that we barely had Spring and now we have been having a very showery Summer 😦 I haven't done a Weekend Roundup in a looong time. Well, I didn't go to the cinema at all this weekend, but I did see some …

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Special Collaborative Post: Recasting Jane Austen AdaptationPart II – Mansfield Park

Today I bring you the second one of our collaborative Austen Recasting Series with a fellow blogger, and fellow British actor aficionado, Anna from Defiant Success blog. The first one we did was Sense & Sensibility, this time we're tackling the screen adaptation of Mansfield Park. If you haven't read the book or seen any film adaptation …

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Wordless Wednesday: 7 Favorite Scenes of Man & Machine

Hello everyone! It's a bit late and I already skipped a month without Wordless Wednesday, ahah well I guess I'm consistent at being inconsistent in keeping up with my own blog series, ahah. In any case, as I did in my previous Wordless Wednesday on Emma Thompson, I choose a random Wednesday of the month …

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Question of the Week: What’s your favorite film(s) on Man-Machine relationship?

I saw The Machine back in April and while I didn't think it was perfect, it's a pretty darn good sci-fi that's worth your while. I think the concept is intriguing, with fantastic acting [Toby Stephens, natch!] and compelling direction. I have been re-watching clips of this film recently, especially the scenes between the scientist …

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FlixChatter Review: 22 Jump Street

I'm a big fan of the TV show 21 Jump Street, heck I think I've seen every episodes of the show during its original run. When it was announced that a movie version was coming to the big screen, I was bit a skeptical. I mean how are they going to turn a soap opera …

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