Trailers Spotlight: ‘Knives Out’ and HULU’s ‘Four Weddings & A Funeral’ miniseries

Film/Show trailers come out every day, but only a few are worth posting about. Well, yesterday TWO trailers came out that caught my eye. Yes they couldn't be more different from each other in terms of plot, tone and setting, but I'm excited for both! So let's start with the Rian Johnson's star-studded whodunnit thriller... …

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FlixChatter Review – AVENGERS: ENDGAME (2019)

It wouldn't be an exaggeration to call the release of AVENGERS: ENDGAME as an event, at least to fans of the MCU. If you don't know what that acronym stands for, but yet you're curious enough to finally check out just what the fuss is about, I suggest watching a few Marvel movies first in …

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Guest Review: GIFTED (2017)

Directed By: Marc Webb Written By: Chris Evans, Mckenna Grace, Octavia Spencer, Jenny Slate, Lindsay Duncan Runtime: 1 hr 41 minutes I walked out of Gifted loudly bemoaning Chris Evans’ lack of acting skills when I heard a man behind me say something even more controversial: that Gifted suffers from a “simple plot”. No, sweet idiot, it …

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FlixChatter Review – Captain America: Civil War (2016)

The buzz over the latest Marvel blockbuster has been through the roof. It's already made over $200 mil internationally before it even opened here in the US, so no doubt it will wipe out any competition here this weekend. I have to say that despite my increasing superhero fatigue, I was still looking forward to …

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Weekend Roundup: Chris Evans’ directorial debut ‘Before We Go’ review

Happy Tuesday, folks. Well, I'm kinda bummed that I couldn't complete my March blindspot on time. Last night I was planning to watch A Streetcar Named Desire after work but the internet connection just wasn't working properly that iTunes simply couldn't load the movie. It stared for like 2 minutes then stalled and stalled that I finally …

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Favorite 2015 Super Bowl Movie Trailers/TV Spots & Commercials

Honestly, I don't really care about the Super Bowl or Football in general, but this year it's kinda fun seeing the playful rivalry between two Marvel cinematic superheroes. Captain America & Star-Lord, aka Chris Evans & Chris Pratt, championing for New England Patriots and Seattle SeaHawks respectively, have set a bet that whoever loses would show up in …

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FlixChatter Double Review: Snowpiercer (2014)

Ted's Review After last summer's mediocre Elysium, I wasn't that interested in seeing another sci-fi/action picture about the poor vs. the rich set in the future. Heck even after I saw the trailer, I sort of didn't really want to see this new film from South Korean director Joon-ho Bong at all. But thanks to …

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Weekend Roundup: Leap Year, The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond & a whole lot of Toby Stephens

If someone were to ask me, "What did you do this weekend?" Well, the short answer would be "Toby Stephens." Ahah, well ok so it came out wrong, didn't it? I meant, my weekend pretty much consisted of watching/listening/tumblr-ing about him, my long-lifeless tumblr has been set ablaze now by Toby's fiery charisma. I did manage to …

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FlixChatter Review – Captain America: The Winter Soldier

It's always nice when a movie lives up to one's expectations, even better when it exceeds it. As a big fan of the first film, I'm already invested in the character of Steve Rogers, aka Captain America. I think director Joe Johnston did an outstanding job in introducing a superhero who's not inherently cool like most of his …

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Monthly Roundup & Favorite Film of March 2014

Welcome to April everybody! I finally got my flip-flops out yesterday for the first time in ... well I can't even remember! Temperature actually reached 60˚F on Sunday! I saw a bunch of people in shorts either jogging or on their bikes. It's just a tease though as we'll be back in the 30s again tomorrow, complete …

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