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Movie Trailer: Planes: Fire & Rescue (2014)

Although nearly every critic panned “Planes” and chastised Walt Disney Studios for cloning “Cars” without the nod from Pixar, the movie did rather well at the box-office. The result of that success is Planes: Fire & Rescue for which a trailer has just come online. Setting aside his racing decals in this sequel, Dusty (voiced…

Movie Trailer: Non-Stop (2014)

It was only a matter of time before Liam Neeson started breaking up terrorists again. Or maybe he is the terrorist? In the new trailer for Universal Pictures’ Non-Stop, we’re being led to believe he may be. What is certain is he is an air marshal (who hates flying?) charged with safekeeping just another international…

Movie Review: Flight (2012)

Like the character at their latest movie’s core, Denzel Washington and Robert Zemeckis are veterans of their respective occupations. They’re pros that know how to operate the big machinery of their creative positions and their experience affords them a comfortable confidence to get the job done safely. This level of skill is important to note…

Movie Review: The Grey (2012)

Joe Carnahan’s The Grey falls in line with an intimate, frequently grueling genre of films that serve as potent reminders of why humankind builds cities. Pitting eternally grizzled survivor Liam Neeson and a dwindling crew of compatriots against a vicious, unrelenting nature, the film gets off to a strong start before mooring itself in thinly…

Movie Trailer: The Grey (2012)

Man vs. Wild is one way to explain Open Road Films’ The Grey, although that’s a simple comparison. After a plane crashes in the pristine Alaskan wilderness, a group of survivors must battle the harsh elements and a pack of hungry grey wolves — some, to say the least, are luckier than others. I’d like…

Movie Trailer: Planes (2013)

With “Cars 2” right around the corner, it’s the perfect time to drop a tease as to what Disney Pixar (although the Pixar name is ominously missing from the trailer) has in store for us in the next few years. On tap, Planes. From an animation standpoint, it’s nothing more than replacing the cars from…

Movie Review: Flightplan (2005)

Let me start this review by saying that if my wife, whom I love dearly, didn’t want to watch this move, I wouldn’t have gone near it. I’ll be the first to admit Jodie Foster is a top-tier actress, but that fact didn’t outweigh the notion that Flightplan is a hokey piece of shit. First,…

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