Memorial Day Special: Pictorial Tribute to U.S. Soldiers in the Movies

The final Monday of May is a Memorial Day holiday here, which is a day to remember the fallen men and women who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. As a U.S. resident, I'm definitely grateful of the service of Military men and women. Freedom is definitely NOT free and the people …

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Random Thoughts: What critical darlings you can’t sing praises of?

Happy Tuesday, readers! Critics everywhere seem to fall all over themselves in declaring The Hurt Locker a landmark movie-making achievement, giving director Kathryn Bigelow one major award after another, which in and of itself is a record as she's the first female director who've won some of these awards. I finally saw it this past …

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FlixChatter Review: Inglourious Basterds

Ok, 2 down, 10 more to go. As I mentioned in my Oscar nom musings, I've got twelve movies to catch up on by Oscar time (both nominated for Best Picture and those that feature Oscar-nominated performances). In the past 2 weeks, I finally caught this one and The Hurt Locker, here's what I generally think …

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