TCFF 2017 Reviews: Little Pink House + The Ballad of Lefty Brown

There aren't enough days in TCFF to post all the reviews. In fact, I still have a few more TCFF reviews coming your way next week, which will be interspersed with new release reviews such as Only The Brave, The Foreigner and The Snowman. Thanks to TCFF blog contributor Andy Ellis for these reviews. Definitely …

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Thursday Movie Picks #33: All in the Family Edition – Movies featuring Father & Son Relationship

Happy Thursday everyone! This is another entry to the weekly Thursday Movie Picks that's spearheaded by Wandering Through the Shelves Blog. Here's the gist: The rules are simple simple: Each week there is a topic for you to create a list of three movies. Your picks can either be favourites/best, worst, hidden gems, or if …

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Easter Special – ‘God is in the Movies’ Blogathon

Today is Maundy Thursday, a few days before Easter Sunday. The timing couldn't be more perfect for such a blogathon. Well, Andrew has planned this since mid March but he was gracious enough to extend the deadline, bless his heart! I was actually planning to do a similar post for Easter anyway so I just …

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Early 2014 TV Season: The Same Thing… Only Different!

Greetings all and sundry! After putting the Holiday and New Year season safely behind. I've taken some time to settle in behind the television to enjoy and occasionally dissect the latest offerings of the major stations. Any decent dissection is the natural offshoot of an in depth comparison and analysis in order to find a …

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FlixChatter Review: Escape Plan

Sly Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger ruled the box office throughout the 80s and most of the 90s but have never shared a screen together until they appeared in the two Expendables films. But Arnold's appearance was more of a cameo in those films, now finally the two action hero icons are together for the first …

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Man of Steel Countdown – Superman and me

In just twenty four days (well 21 days for me :D), THE most anticipated movie of the year will arrive in theaters. There have been few movie events in the past decade, but for me, THIS would count as the one of the biggest one to date. In preparation for Man of Steel, I'll be …

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Memorable Movie Birthday Scenes to celebrate my big day

Hello friends! Today happens to be my birthday so I'm taking today off from work as part of my birthday present to myself 😀 A few years back I chose a birthday-related movie to mark the occasion, which was David Fincher's excellent-but-underrated thriller The Game. I highly recommend that if you haven't seen it already. …

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Weekend Roundup: Frequency and Headhunters reviews

Ahhh... Fall is in the air. I LOVE Autumn, it's my favorite season. Growing up in a tropical country where it's 80+ degrees all year long, I've come to appreciate the changing seasons and I'm really looking forward to the cool, crisp weather. It's another week where we opted for home cinema viewing once again. …

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Scene Spotlight: ‘The Grand Entrance’ – The Count of Monte Cristo

Hello, welcome to the first edition of Scene Spotlight. I was looking at this old post I did back when this blog first started, where I list 20 movie scenes I could watch over and over again, and I thought why not make it a regular post? I'm thinking a couple of times a month. …

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