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Movie Review: Foxcatcher (2014)

Foxcatcher, based on the real-life events surrounding the relationship between billionaire John E. du Pont and Olympic wrestler Mark Schultz, is a plodding, tone-deaf snoozer. The cast tries very hard to make things work, sometimes too hard. Even worse, all that made the true story so weirdly compelling in the first place is lost in…

Movie Trailer: Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)

Leaked earlier in the day and having no chance in getting the cat back into the bag, Marvel has decided to officially release their teaser trailer for Avengers: Age of Ultron. In this sequel to “The Avengers,” Earth’s Mightiest Heroes regroup to fight to save the planet. Again. The supervillain this time is Ultron, an…

Movie Trailer: Foxcatcher (2014)

The makeup may not look the best, but the early buzz says the acting by the three main players is in Sony Pictures’ biographical drama, Foxcatcher. Based on a true story, it chronicles the highs and the very lows of the relationship between brothers and Olympic Wrestling Champions Mark and Dave Schultz (Channing Tatum and…

Movie Review: The Avengers (2012)

In one of the most highly-anticipated action films (or movies of ANY genre, to be honest) in years, Marvel Sudios, in conjunction with Paramount Pictures, has produced another superhero winner, and making the total worth more than the sum of its parts. Simply put, The Avengers (Marvel’s answer to DC’s Justice League), comprised of heavyweights…

Movie Trailer #2: The Avengers (2012)

A second trailer for Marvel’s The Avengers has gone viral. More in the way of how and why the team is formed can be found within, with, surprisingly, special attention being paid to the growing pains associated with so many super-egos sharing the stage. But for those longing for some explosions, don’t fret, there are…

Movie Review: Margaret (2011)

If Kenneth Lonergan’s Margaret, his first film since You Can Count on Me, establishes anything it is that unless we can acknowledge responsibility and forgive ourselves for any real or perceived wrongdoing, we are caught in an endless cycle of denial and recrimination, potentially causing great damage to ourselves and others by internalizing our guilt….

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