Thor: The Dark World (2013) … Exclusive Review

Some Spoilers Thor: The Dark World is entertaining and presents characters that have a likeable familiarity in their quest to bring us memorable moments.  I have no complaints about the plot itself, although… Continue reading

Unforgiven (1992) … Remembered

The story of Unforgiven is like a final page in a book about westerns, perhaps mirroring the career of Clint Eastwood, and gives us a gritty, realistic west.  The beginning of the movie… Continue reading

Holiday Season Movies Coming Out

Boxofficemojo.com today had an interesting article on the movies coming out over the holiday season, which begins the first week of November.  We are going to get some big movies this December, dominated… Continue reading

Quicksilver cast for Avengers: Age of Ultron

Reports are that Aaron Taylor-Johnson has been officially cast as the mutant Quicksilver in the upcoming Avengers sequel.  I’ve actually not familiar with this guy, but he has a respectable resume, having starred… Continue reading

Who is REAL the competition for Thor: The Dark World?

We all know Thor: The Dark World is opening Nov 8, but it is interesting that Ender’s Game will be the only competition for it opening weekend.  I’ve not heard anything bad about Ender’s Game, but I’m guessing… Continue reading

Why are zombies so popular?

Why are zombies so popular?  The Walking Dead, a well-received comic book, now a successful television program, was watched by 16.1 million people last week.  Holy cow.  That was a record for cable… Continue reading

North by Northwest (1959) … Remembered

The second in my “Remembered” series, North by Northwest (1959) is an Alfred Hitchcock mystery classic.  It has some great scenes and some of the most memorable backdrops in all of Hitchcock’s movies.  The picture… Continue reading

Star Trek 3 helmed by Joe Cornish?

Just a brief note about a possible Star Trek 3 director published in Variety on November 2.   Joe Cornish has been named as the possible favorite to direct Star Trek 3 in the wake of… Continue reading

Review of Walking Dead season 4 episode 4

The Lowdown: The Walking Dead’s season 4 episode 4 entitled “Indifference” certainly isn’t descriptive of the episode.  It was a dive into character development and had many implications for Carol.  Carol was pretty emotional considering… Continue reading

Ghostbusters (1984) … Remembered

 I think Ghostbusters has a lot of good things going for it, not the  least of which is its comedy and likeable characters.  During the opening scene, Peter Venkman played by Bill Murray,… Continue reading

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