Weekend Roundup – ‘Sin City: A Dame To Kill For’ review

Happy Monday everyone! It's a sweltering HOT Summer weekend and those who know me well know I'm not a big fan of heat and humidity so I actually spend a lot of time indoors and got to see quite a lot of new movies as well as rewatches. You could say it's a pretty eclectic weekend …

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FlixChatter Review: Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s debut Don Jon

My body. My pad. My ride. My family. My church. My boys. My girls. My porn. The film begins with Joseph Gordon-Levitt's Jersey-accented voice over as Jon Martello, a New Jersey bartender nicknamed Don Jon by his buddies for his ability to pull '10s' types of girls every weekend at the club. The film starts …

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2012 Year in Review: Best & Worst Movies and Memorable Movie Moments

Can't believe 2012 has come and gone. I don't know about you but this past year felt especially fast for me, it just flew by before I had a chance to reflect on a bunch of things. I know a lot of bloggers have been putting their stamp on whether this has been a good …

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt Special: Premium Rush & Looper Reviews

It's been quite a year for 31-year-old young thespian Joseph Gordon-Levitt. He's got four movies opening this year alone, including one mega-blogbuster The Dark Knight Rises. It's a testament to his versatility that he's played a supporting role in two (TDKR and Steven Spielberg's Lincoln, out later this November), and a starring role in two …

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Monthly Roundup: September Movie Watching Recap

I didn't realize Autumnal Equinox was eight days ago. The best part of this season for me is the gorgeous fall foliage. I love driving past all the colorful trees, the mix of warm colors are just absolutely beautiful! I wish we could just have the next six months be Autumn and skip Winter altogether until …

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FlixChatter Review: The Dark Knight Rises

In an era where seemingly every Summer we get a superhero cinematic event, Christopher Nolan still manages to kick it up a notch with The Dark Knight Rises. Really, even without the ruckus over death treats over negative reviews and the tragic event that happened in Aurora, CO, during a midnight screening, the hype over the …

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The Good & Not-So-Good about The Dark Knight Rises – Ted’s Review

Well it's finally here, The Dark Knight Rises opens in theaters everywhere this weekend. I was lucky enough to have seen it at an advanced screening Wednesday night. Since not many people have seen it yet, my review won't go into any plot points or spoil anything for you. The movie is set eight years …

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Ten awesome things about The Dark Knight Rises trailer 3

I'm sure everyone's seen this trailer by now, several times over perhaps? Well I don't blame you, I have seen it about seven times already and I have to restrain myself from being overly-excited about this movie. My friend Matthew from The Movie Mash tweeted this earlier today: Tonight I finally get to see THE …

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The Flix List: Five noteworthy young actors (under 30)

Talk about perfect timing. I had been jotting down this list when I saw yesterday's assignment from Castor's 31DBBB event is to make a list post! It's day 2 of the 31 Days to Build a Better Blog, a group project a bunch of movie bloggers are doing together in an attempt to improve our …

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FlixChatter Review: Inception

It's been more than twelve hours since the movie ended, yet I'm still mulling it over, spewing quotes from the movie, and can't stop thinking about it. Nolan's films infiltrate the minds, kind of like when you just wake up from a vivid dream and still feel trapped between the dream world and reality. Dreams …

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