A Tropical Holiday… and Movies I Watched During My Vacation

Hello everybody! Hope all of you had a wonderful Christmas break. It was nice to be home for Christmas, we purposely planned to avoid being at the airport during the holiday craze so coming back last Saturday was perfect timing for us. Thank the Lord that our trip went smoothly. Despite the long layovers, not …

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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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Somewhere In Time … Everybody’s Chattin’

Happy Friday everyone! It's kind of a short week for me as I took Wednesday off but still it feels hectic so I'm definitely glad the weekend is just around the corner. I found time to re-watch one of my old time favorites last night, I guess I was feeling rather melancholy, but I wanted …

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Monthly Roundup: July Movie Watching Recap

Happy August everybody! Actually scratch that, how is this August already??! Summer blockbuster months are practically over, even though there still a few movies I'm looking forward to before the weather turns cold, such as The Bourne Legacy, Total Recall, oh and Henry Cavill's thriller The Cold Light of Day that was supposed to be …

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Special Birthday Post: Ranking Christopher Nolan’s 7 Feature Films

As part of my Inception-countdown series, I ranked five of Christopher Nolan's movies. Well, now he's got two more under his belt, making his total of feature-length film to seven [excluding Following which wasn't widely distributed]. Just a quick bio per Wikipedia: Born in 1970 in London, Nolan was one of three sons of a …

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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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Scenes Spotlight: The Dark Knight’s Interrogation and Harvey Dent Dinner scene

It's only been four years since The Dark Knight opens, but it feels like ages. I'm watching it as I'm typing this, though this post has been in my draft folder since I read this Hero Complex article a few months ago. Well, since I'm hugely anticipating the final installment of Christopher Nolan's supremely lucrative …

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Music Break: The Dark Knight’s End Credit Score

Happy almost weekend, folks! I'm flying to Chicago Friday night for a few days to attend my best friend's graduation, so for this week's music break, I choose one of my favorite movies filmed in that city. That Nolan film is extra special as my hubby and I were actually in town when they were …

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The year of ensemble-cast movies – which one is your favorite?

With The Avengers kick-starting the Summer movie season, 2012 is shaping up to be the year of blockbusters. The year of ensemble cast blockbusters to be exact, as The Dark Knight Rises and The Hobbit are all vying to be amongst the 'billion dollar club' of the decade. ... An ensemble cast: a cast in which …

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