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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Guest Review: SPLIT (2017)

Directed By: M. Night Shyamalan Written By: M. Night Shyamalan Runtime: 1 hr 57 minutes M. Night Shyamalan has struggled over the years to regain his early 2000’s glory. From a movie about trees compelling people commit suicide, to a horrible adaptation of a beloved animated series, several of his more recent films have been flops. …

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2014 Recap: 10 Favorite MALE Performances of the Year

Well, now that I've posted my Top 10 Movies of the year and picked my Top 10 favorite FEMALE Performances and Top 10 Film Scores of the year, I'm finally down to my last 2014 Recap list. It's quite a crowded category, more so than the female counterpart, as obviously there are more roles for men as there are …

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FlixChatter Review – The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them

It seems that a straight love-themed drama is hard to come in Hollywood. Instead we see romance as part of another genre, i.e. romantic comedy, romantic thriller, romantic sci-fi and so on. It’s even more rare to see a love story in a three-film format, not a trilogy mind-you, but the same story told from …

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Trailer Spotlight: The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby

It's been a while since I featured a trailer spotlight on my blog, but The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby has a pretty unusual concept that I just had to share. Once happily married, Conor and Eleanor suddenly find themselves as strangers longing to understand each other in the wake of tragedy. The film explores the couple’s …

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Everybody’s Chattin’, X-Men: Days of Future Past mini review and Holiday Hiatus!

Happy Weekend everyone, and to my fellow Americans, Happy Memorial Weekend! Well, by the time you read this I'll be on my way to Amsterdam, then Bruges and of course, Paris! So naturally I'll be taking a blog break for the time being, but before that I'd like to share some of my favorite posts from my fellow …

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[Full] Trailer Spotlight – X-Men: Days of Future Past

WHOAH!! I haven't posted a trailer spotlight in ages but I just HAD to post this one today folks, this is one of my most anticipated movies of the year and despite this awful poster, the trailer definitely gets me super excited! Patrick Stewart’s voice over alone gets me all hypnotized… this is the kind …

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Top 10 Favorite Scottish Actors

Today's Gerry Butler's birthday. For the past three years I've been making all kinds of tribute posts to my former crush. But y'know what, I don't think any of you would be surprised that I won't be doing a tribute for him this year, instead, I figure I'd finish the list that's been sitting dormant …

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Upcoming Flix Spotlight: Danny Boyle’s TRANCE & Advanced Screening Giveaway

James McAvoy is a bit on an action roll these days. He's starring in two British crime thrillers out in the same month in the UK. One is Welcome to the Punch, and the other is TRANCE, directed by Danny Boyle. This is Boyle's first film since the Oscar-nominated 127 Hours in 2010. As you …

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Weekend Viewing Roundup: Starter for Ten & A Scanner Darkly

There's nothing interesting at the cinema this weekend, but it's always nice to catch up on older movies I've been meaning to see. This past Friday was our first Girls Movie Nite since its summer hiatus and my girlfriends and I had initially settled on Water for Elephants. The trailer looks pretty good and the …

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