Month: March 2021

You’ve read the review, now check out the reaction to Zack Snyder’s Justice League! Watching the Snyderverse emerge was initially a really tough pill to swallow. DC’s previous interpretations of their characters make it difficult to imagine them portrayed differently. Christopher Reeve, Michael Keaton, Christian Bale and made such an impression that all interpretations must
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The Suicide Squad trailer was just released and has just been released and it is IMPRESSIVE.  Check out the trailer below: [embedded content] This is a very different tone than what we’ve seen in the past and looks incredibly funny and unique. Gone are the extreme goth looks of the Ayer-era and now we have
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[embedded content] Earlier this month I reviewed the ultra low budget (in the 10,000 bucks ballpark), yet highly entertaining, “Northwood Pie” for The Movie Blog at this link: “Northwood Pie” (2020): A Honkin’ Slice of The Slacker Sensibility | The Movie Blog I recently got in touch with first-time filmmaker Jay Salahi. We visited about
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[embedded content] Crop circles have been a confounding phenomena for decades. Historical evidence even suggests that these intricate farmland formations may have been in evidence as far back as the late 1600s. The new documentary “Crop Circle Realties”, available now on iTunes and Google Play, generates more questions than it answers. Primarily because at present
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This expose of the persecution of Reality Winner (yes, that is really her name) was made possible  because of a Freedom of Information Act that finally  resulted in the release of the audio of Reality’s interrogation by eleven FBI agents. The director of this based-on-fact film is Sonia Kennebeck. A famous name, Wim Wenders, the
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Synopsis: After his father gets into a fight at a bowling alley, Darious begins to investigate the limitations of his own manhood. [embedded content] THE GOOD Fathers and sons are a fun dynamic and I love that that dad is an ex-con who is reacclimating to freedom. The acting is really good from both J.D. Williams
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Synopsis: Determined to save her wheelchair ramp from repossession, Daisy confronts the shady insurance agent who owes her money. [embedded content] THE GOOD Great settings and environment. Wiggle Room does a great job in creating an immersive scene. Wiggle Room pays a lot of attention to visual details with the supporting characters adding to the
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Would you like the chance to win some free merch and see Godzilla Vs Kong for free? Well, the kind folks at Warner Bros are giving some lucky fans the chance to do just that! Enter for the chance to win a pass for two to see Godzilla Vs. Kong in theaters (where theaters are
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Synopsis: When a dopey young exterminator discovers there’s another version of her out in the world, she begins to question her life choices. [embedded content] THE GOOD The Other Morgan delivers great performances by the cast. Alison Rich and her crew really dive into their performances making this short film very memorable. There’s a cool
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[embedded content] Last September I reviewed a film in search of a home, “Koko”, and interviewed Writer/Director Anjani Pandey.  Since then the movie, the complex story of a man who wants to wed his dog, has found both a distributor and subsequent viewing platforms.  Before reading my update interview with Pandey, I suggest gaining some
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Synopsis: Coaxed into playing a racial typecast in a fellow student’s play, Black drama student Jonathan is faced with all too familiar decision: to challenge prejudice, or play it safe. [embedded content] THE GOOD Play it Safe features some fantastic cinematography. A lot of Play It Safe is silent and the tone is primarily set through
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Synopsis: A high-powered female CEO meets her high-rise window-washer for an erotic rendezvous on opposite sides of a skyscraper window. [embedded content] THE GOOD This movie is that weird mix of hilarious and erotic. The premise is utterly silly but the writers and director know how to make it work. Blair McKenzie and Amy Rutherford commit
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Does Paramount Plus stand a chance? Jeepers Creepers Reborn announced?  Why is train to Busan getting an American remake? All of this and more in Episode 8 of The Correct Opinion: Does The Snyder Cut of Justice League Justify an Ayer cut of Suicide Squad? [embedded content] We tend to publish these without dedicating a
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