Archive | March, 2011

My Love-Hate Relationship with Action Flick Costuming

Posted on 25 March 2011 by ChloeG

I haven’t posted anything to the site for a while because Aaron Sorkin is an evil genius. That’s all I have to say on the topic.

I saw part of a preview for Sucker Punch the other day, and something struck me, as it has many times before. I have a complete love-hate relationship with action heroine costuming. Continue Reading

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“This is NOT a Review!” Our New Book is Now Published!

Posted on 22 March 2011 by Quaid

If you’re looking for a book of straightforward movie reviews, this isn’t the book for you. Continue Reading

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Shameless Deviancy in The Adjustment Bureau! How closely should movies stick to the text?

Posted on 19 March 2011 by ShepRamsey

Assuming you’ve seen a trailer or read pretty much anything about The Adjustment Bureau, then you can rest assured that this is a spoiler-free article. Yay. Continue Reading

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Aronofsky Leaves The Wolverine…and our Hopes and Dreams Go With Him.

Posted on 19 March 2011 by Quaid

It’s a sad day for fans of highbrow awards movies and popcorn cinema alike. ¬†Darren Aronofsky–quite possibly my pick for most talented director working in Hollywood today–has left the standalone X-Men spinoff The Wolverine. Continue Reading

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Battle: Los Angeles – Apocalypse now…PLEASE NOW!!

Posted on 11 March 2011 by ShepRamsey

Battle: Los Angeles is what testosterone looks like under a microscope, and I mean that in the worst possible way. It’s not a movie so much as it is a drill sergeant screaming in your face for two hours and mocking you with a barrage of sentimental cliches. Continue Reading

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Dear Mr. Jason Statham. I’m sorry.

Posted on 09 March 2011 by Quaid

I’ve been putting this off for a while. See, I’m what the general mass media would call a “Jason Statham Hater.” He’s never impressed me as an action star, and he’s absolutely and completely never impressed me as an actor. Continue Reading

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