FlixChatter Review: The Adam Project (2022)

Time travel is a popular sci-fi sub-genre and it’s one that, despite it being a rather tired plot device, is always mildly intriguing. Fresh off the success of FREE GUY, Ryan Reynolds teams up again with director Shawn Levy in another adventure comedy. Reynolds hasn’t been shy about admitting that the idea of the movie …

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FlixChatter Review: Guardians of the Galaxy

I have to admit that I wasn't remotely interested in seeing this one from the moment I first heard about it. For one thing, I was beginning to get bored of yet another Marvel superhero movie, and another reason is I have never even heard of who these characters are. Though it seems that a lot of …

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FlixChatter’s AVATAR review

To say Avatar is like nothing you've seen before is a quite an understatement. Back in June, I list Avatar as one of five must-see flix of the rest of 2009 and ever since then, the hype promised it to be something of an epic thrill ride. Well, I can confidently say that fifteen years …

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Twitter Questions: Gerard Butler

Check out EMPIRE Online's Twitter questions for Gerard Butler. The British mag asked fans to submit questions for him via Twitter, and here are some interesting bits about the planned Escaped From New York remake, eating deep-fried Mars Bars and if he still kept the 300 outfit. Funny how he mentioned he almost did The …

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My thoughts on AVATAR Day

The buzz surrounding James Cameron's AVATAR flick goes on and on. Whether people like what they've seen so far or not, the marketing machine at Fox, including Cameron himself, know that any buzz is better than none at all. According to HDRoom.com, its trailer debut is the most watched on Apple.com trailer site, drawing over …

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