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Movie Review: Song of the Sea (2014)

In an era where digital imaging allows anything from polymorphic robots to elongated super-limbs to be seamlessly integrated into live footage, animation could seem redundant. The old adage that “anything is possible in a cartoon” is no longer restricted to animation as anything is possible in any film. Yet we appear to be experiencing a…

Movie Review: Wrath of the Titans (2012)

Forget the Gods — a cool concept soured by poor writing is enough to make this movie critic angry! Such was the case with 2010’s “Clash of the Titans,” a remake of the 1981 film of the same name. Yet, while critically-panned (deservedly so), the fantasy based on Greek mythology still managed to gross $493…

Movie Trailer: Wrath of the Titans (2012)

This is certainly a step in the right direction. I’m speaking about the trailer to Wrath of the Titans, the follow-up to the much maligned Clash of the Titans remake. It looks as though Warner Bros. Pictures may have listened to the gripes of movie goers and come out with something with more action and…

Movie Review: Immortals (2011)

Tarsem Singh Dhandwar, known sometimes as Tarsem Singh or merely Tarsem (maybe just “T” one day), certainly has an affinity for pretty, shiny things. His third and shiniest film to date, the plodding, silly, wake-me-when-it’s-over Greek mythology pic Immortals has its fair share of impressive images. Well, more than its fair share, really. Every shot…

Movie Trailer #2: Immortals (2011)

A new trailer for Relativity’s Greek epic Immortals has been released. In it is a more fleshed out story outlining the reason for the battle between King Hyperion, his army of banished Titans and those who, backed by the all powerful Gods, resist him (led by the warrior Theseus). The trailer is very well put…

Movie Trailer: Immortals (2011)

It’s ancient times and, once again, the survival of humanity hangs in the balance. No, the Gods aren’t leveling the people because of their blasphemies this time, it’s a power-mad king named Hyperion causing the destruction. In his quest for the Bow of Epirus — a weapon that will even make the Gods of Olympus…

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