FlixChatter Review – Atomic Blonde (2017)

Directed By: David Leitch Written By: Kurt Johnstad (screenplay) Runtime: 1 hr 55 minutes When I found out I would be reviewing this film, I pulled up an article on it for a little background information-and made the mistake of reading the comments. They were mostly all the same, with guys accusing Atomic Blonde of being …

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FlixChatter Review: The Fate of the Furious (2017)

The first Fast and Furious film came out 18 years ago and no one would have predicted that it would became one of the most successful franchises in Hollywood. Heck, when I saw the third sequel The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift, the worst in the series, I thought for sure we won’t be …

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FlixChatter Review: Kubo And The Two Strings (2016)

Directed by Travis Knight | Written by Marc Haimes and Chris Butler Featuring the voices of: Art Parkinson, Charlize Theron, Matthew McConaughey, Rooney Mara, Brenda Vaccaro and George Takei. This latest film from Laika is a 3D stop-motion animated film. It tells the story of Kubo, a boy who comes across the ocean as a baby, adrift …

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Awards Season Chat – Musings on 2016 Golden Globes & SAG nominations

Well it's been less than 48 hours since the SAG and Golden Globes nominations were announced so hopefully we can still chat about them, right? We've got about a month until the Oscars is announced on January 14th, so the awards season has officially commenced! Golden Globes Awards I grabbed these list of noms from IMDb. They have …

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FlixChatter [Guest] Review: Dark Places (2015)

After a tragedy occurs, what happens next? When a child loses their whole family to darkness and death, where do they go from there? When a teenager is accused of an atrocity they didn’t commit and is sentenced to life in a prison cell, what kind of person will they become? When a stranger knocks …

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Weekend Roundup: Quick thoughts on Mad Max: Fury Road + Cannes 2015

Memorial Weekend came a bit early this year, but hey, a three-day weekend is ALWAYS welcome. It's been a nice, mellow weekend for me, giving me a chance to catch up with old friends I haven't seen in a while. I also got a chance to finally see Mad Max: Fury Road and well, here's …

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FlixChatter Review – Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

It took over ten years for Mad Max to return to the big screen, originally set to hit theaters back in summer of 2004 and Mel Gibson was set to reprise his iconic role. Unfortunately, the filmmakers ran into some troubles securing locations and budget and the film was put on hold. 11 years later, …

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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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Guest Review: Prometheus – from a die-hard ALIENS fan

In August last year, I posted this Random Question: What movie you've seen most often on the big screen as I was inspired by my colleague who saw Aliens twelve times on the big screen. Well, now he's here to tell us whether Prometheus lives up to his lofty expectations. Review by Phil Thompson Full …

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Weekend Roundup: Snow White and the Huntsman review

Hope your first June weekend was a good one, folks. I finally made my way to the cinema since The Avengers a month ago. That movie is still box office gold as it still place third this weekend with over $20 mil, so it's overall worldwide gross now stands at 1.3 Billion, wow, hulk smash …

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