Question of the Week: How do you [REALLY] feel about the endless supply of superhero movies?

Happy Wednesday, everyone! Today's question is inspired by my viewing of Guardians of the Galaxy last night, and also the recent festivities of San Diego Comic-con. I also just read this article written by my friend Raul Marin at Film Inquiry where he talks about Marvel vs. DC and who will win in the end. …

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July 2014 Blind Spot Film: Purple Noon / Plein Soleil (1960)

It's been over three years since I saw an Alain Delon film, that was  Le Samouraï  where he played a silent-but-deadly assassin. Well as Tom Ripley, he isn't quite as taciturn but he's just as deadly. Based on Patricia Highsmith's novel The Talented Mr. Ripley, I was familiar with the story from the 1996 film version. I …

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Weekend Roundup: Farewell My Queen, Purple Noon & Wishing I were at San Diego Comic-con!

Well my weekend is pretty uneventful really. I didn't even go to the cinema nor watched too many movies. Friday night was a fun Movie Night with my girlfriends, which we haven't done in almost a year since one of them had a baby. We've decided on the movie weeks ago, Farewell My Queen, which is …

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Blogathon Relay: TEN Most Iconic Female Movie Characters

Yet another blog relay! Well most of you should get the idea by now, it's a relay race of a list of who bloggers think are ten most iconic... this time it's focused on Female Movie Characters. Thanks to Dell from Dell on Movies for shining the spotlight on the fairer sex, and certainly he …

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Everybody’s Chattin’ & Music Break – Black Sails Theme

Happy Thursday everybody! I'm going to hit two birds with one stone again this time by combining two series in one. Surely you don't mind that right? 🙂 Ok, so let's start with some of my favorite posts from the past couple of weeks: It seems that Jonathan Glazer's indie sci-fi which stars Scarlett Johansson …

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Most-Anticipated Movies of the rest of 2014 (September – December)

Well, since I've posted my Top 10 of the year so far and Summer Blockbuster Months are quickly coming to a close. I've already got my eyes set on what's in store for the rest of 2014! Now, there are going to be movies I'll be seeing next month that aren't on this list because …

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FlixChatter Review: SEX TAPE (2014)

This review will be short and sweet because honestly there’s not a whole lot to say about Sex Tape. A married couple wake up to discover that the sex tape they made the evening before has gone missing, leading to a frantic search for its whereabouts.  Yep. That’s about it. I went in with low …

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Top 10 Movies from the first half of 2014

It's been about three weeks since we passed the halfway mark of 2014, so I figure I should get this list up before the end of July. As I did the previous years, I'm including some films that might've opened internationally prior to 2014, but I'm including them here as I'm using the USA release dates (either …

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Six Degrees of Separation Blogathon: Hitchcock to Transformers Movies

Nostra, aka The King of Blog Series is at it again! This time in association with dutch movieblog "De Protagonisten" (who inspired him to do this). Check out the main blogathon page on My Film Views blog. Surely you're all familiar w/ the concept of Six Degrees of Separation, but here's the idea in his own words: …

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Music Break: Seven Favorite Themes By Alexandre Desplat

For some reason, I had just become familiar with Alexandre Desplat's work fairly recently. I think it was his score for The Queen (2006) that garnered my attention, and since then I've been a big fan. On my Five for the Fifth post I talked about Hans Zimmer's concert, now I'd definitely go to Mr. …

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