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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Mini Reviews: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011) + Wind River (2017)

Happy Monday everyone! It's been a pretty hectic week last week with freelance gigs, script updates, etc. There's a hint of Spring (finally!) after such a long and pretty miserable Winter, in fact, we pretty much hibernated most weekends the past couple of months. Well, that gave us a chance to catch up on a …

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FlixChatter Review: ARRIVAL (2016)

Sci-fi films involving aliens coming to earth is a dime a dozen. So it's so refreshing to see a film that treads a familiar ground, yet still manages to be original and truly thought-provoking. Based on the short story Story of Your Life by Ted Chiang, the premise of ARRIVAL is deceptively simple. One day, …

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Throwback Tuesday: Fave scenes from THE BOURNE IDENTITY (2002)

Hello friends! I thought I'd introduce a new blog series, as I'm so good at keeping up with every single blog series I've put together, right 😉 This series is sort of inspired by Deadpool believe it or not. I just saw it last night and it's got a lot of hilarious 80s throwbacks so I thought …

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FlixChatter Review: Mission Impossible Rogue Nation

I've been a fan of this long-standing franchise even from the first one by Brian De Palma. Looking back, it certainly was a more cerebral, somber affair as it took itself way too seriously. It might've been the fourth movie when the film took a decidedly lighter tone, but amped up the action to be even …

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FlixChatter Review: American Hustle

Based on the ABSCAM scandal of the late 1970s, con-artists Irving Rosenfeld and Sydney Prosser are forced to work for a wild FBI agent, Richie DiMaso. When I first heard David O. Russell was making this film, I was immediately drawn to it mainly because of the cast. It's combining the best of The Fighter …

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Weekend Viewing Roundup: People Like Us, Mission: Impossible 1996 + Hansel & Gretel Guest Review

Well, it's another Wintry weekend here in MN with snow and plummeting temps. But I'm looking forward to 30 degrees above zero this week, ahah. Well, it's relatively unproductive as I only saw two movies this weekend as I spent some time working on my ARGO write-up for The Lamb Devour The Oscars series. This …

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Ted’s Picks of Worst Films of the Year so far

Just yesterday I saw this info-graphic that Hollywood's creativity is waning. I mean, zero original movie in 2011?? WOW! I wonder how 2012 fares, but there sure are a bazillion remakes, sequels, prequels, what have you, and that trend isn't likely to end anytime soon. Well, Rodney at Fernby Films are currently doing Worst Film …

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Mini Weekend Roundup Reviews: Rob Roy & Bourne Legacy

It's a bit later than usual but I still want to let you know about my weekend movie-watching roundup. Usually I worked on the post on Monday night, but last Monday night I was invited to dinner with friends my hubby and I haven't seen in over five years. It was wonderful and we had …

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The Bourne Legacy – Ted’s Review

After they couldn't convince both Paul Greengrass and Matt Damon to come back and do another Bourne film, Universal Pictures decided to go ahead and make another one without them. Was this a good move or an ill-advised one? Read on. The film opens with a similar scene to the beginning of the first film …

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