FlixChatter Review – Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

It took over ten years for Mad Max to return to the big screen, originally set to hit theaters back in summer of 2004 and Mel Gibson was set to reprise his iconic role. Unfortunately, the filmmakers ran into some troubles securing locations and budget and the film was put on hold. 11 years later, …

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Everybody’s Chattin’ – Reviews Edition + Brief Hiatus Announcement

Happy Friday everybody! Aren't you excited the weekend is here? For us in the US, it's the weekend before Thanksgiving already, it's nuts how fast time flies! Well this year my hubby and I are spending Thanksgiving apart, actually it'll be thousands of miles apart as he just flew to Jakarta whilst I'll be visiting …

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FlixChatter Review: Alfonso Cuarón’s GRAVITY

One of the power of great movies is that it gives us 'escapism,' a relief from whatever problems we have in our daily life for an hour or two. But a truly great film gives us something more... more to take in, to marvel at, and to reflect on. Gravity, to me, is one of …

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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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Everybody’s Chattin’ – April Reviews Edition

Happy Friday everyone! It's gonna be in mid 60s today, so that's sure gonna add an extra step in my Spring. Finally it actually feels seasonal this weekend 😀 Well, it's time for another Everybody's Chattin' post and this time I want to highlight reviews some of you fine bloggers have written recently. I specifically …

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New Releases Double Reviews: Jack Reacher & Django Unchained

Thanks to Ted for these reviews as I was on vacation when the screenings took place. Jack Reacher Tom Cruise continues his “comeback” on the big screen with another action thriller after the success of last year’s Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, this time he’s playing another super-spy type in Jack Reacher. It’s based on …

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Guest Reviews from fellow TCFF Bloggers: Frankenweenie and The Master

I was away at an interactive design conference all day today, folks, but I wanted to introduce you to two fellow TCFF bloggers who'll be covering the film fest with me. June actually covered TCFF last year for her Girl Producer blog, but this will be the first time Emery will be covering the film …

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Counting down to TCFF: ‘Ruby Sparks’ Review and Q&A

In about three months time, one of the most exciting event in my neck of the woods is touching down. YES, the Twin Cities Film Fest starts on FRIDAY, October 12 through Saturday, Oct. 20! For more info, click on the banner to go to the official site and also LIKE TCFF on Facebook! ... …

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Monthly Roundup: March Movie-Watching Recap

Though I've been blogging for over 2 years now, I've never actually done a monthly movie-watching recap before. But I've been inspired by Eric, Andy, Diana and Andina so from now on, I'm going to do this on the first or second day of the month. Like Diana said on her post, I too feel so diminutive …

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Double Screening Reviews: Jeff Who Lives At Home & Salmon Fishing in The Yemen

Happy Thursday all! Today I bring you two mini reviews that my friend Haley and I saw at an advanced screening this week. Jeff, Who Lives At Home Directors: Jay Duplass, Mark Duplass Stars: Jason Segel, Ed Helms and Judy Greer Let me preface by saying I'm no writer, in fact a sheer sense of …

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