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[Saint Patrick’s Day Movie Review] Noble, 2014

A decent but inspiring portrayal of a brave Irish woman who has improved countless lives.

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It’s not every day one is likely to hear about a young Irish woman leaving her home and friends behind to serve poor children on the streets of Ho Chi Minh City. Christina Noble, however, did just that, with her tireless devotion and love for the children of a war-ravaged nation leading to the making […]

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Thanos (2016) # 1 Review And Analysis

"...Tread Carefully"

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  Thanos  Published by: Marvel Comics Writer: Jeff Lemire Artist:Mike Deodato Jr Colorist and Inker: Frank Martin  Letterer: Clayton Cowles   Thanos #1 is the first issue in the new ongoing series by Marvel comics.  And is a part of Marvel Comics second wave of the Marvel Now! branding/relaunch. Similar to Marvel’s previous All New All […]

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[Reviews] Movie Review: Rogue One – A Star Wars Story

Grim but optimistic, this grand contribution to a beloved series bridges old substance and new style.

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It’s hard to make “overwhelming odds” consistently feel convincing. Blockbusters have relied on those for so long that their villains and threats have to keep raising the stakes in order to be taken seriously. Rogue One takes a different approach–instead of making a “newer and bigger” Empire, it reminds us why the original was so […]

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Blade Of The Immortal Live Action Movie Gets Trailer

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Warner Bros Japan uploaded the first trailer for the upcoming Live action Blade of The Immortal movie. The trailer shows off Rin and a few of the villains. It is pretty short but if you are a fan it should get you hyped in all the right ways! The film is an adaptation from Hiroaki Samuras […]

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[Reviews] Movie Review: Doctor Strange

Cumberbatch and company bring fantastic performances to a surprisingly thoughtful origin story.

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Distracted driving is dangerous. After a horrific accident threatens to cut short both Dr. Stephen Strange’s illustrious career and his life, the battered yet proud and determined surgeon’s journey through physical and emotional rehabilitation soon grants him not only the regained use of his finger dexterity but also the power to travel among dimensions and […]

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[Reviews] Movie review: Crimson Peak

A gorgeous and disturbing work from Guillermo del Toro, though not his finest

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Guillermo del Toro’s period romance turned horror tale turned stage drama is an interesting but odd film, whose mixture of genres results in a story that feels barebones but nonetheless offers incredible visuals and atmosphere thanks to its stunning architecture and disturbingly convincing special effects. The writing could use more confidence along the lines of […]

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Descent Into October #7-10

Enough with the genital mutilation!

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Sorry about the long delay my lovelies! I’ve been working 7 days a week for the past month so finding the time to write has been a little difficult. Nevertheless, I want to share my further Halloween experiences! Last Friday, October 7th I mixed it up a little and the fiance and I downloaded the […]

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Descent Into October #2

The Ultimate Classic, now with water!

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Hello all! For my 2nd day of October I watched Halloween H20. I am an incredible sucker for the Halloween movies. Love them all to pieces. Yet somehow I’d never gotten around to seeing the 7th and “final” installment of the storied franchise. Its not that I’ve never wanted to, but just never got around […]

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