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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 – Was Worth the Wait

Photo by Collider Ok, so I admit it, I could not wait for Breaking Dawn 1 to come out and despite all the unfavourable reviews that are out there, I stand firm in saying that the wait was totally worth it. Rotten Tomatoes is a little too harsh in saying this about the film, Slow, […]

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Happy Feet 2: Proves that sequels are not necessary

Photo by Cinema Magazine If you are asking yourself, how could I have skipped over doing a review of Twilight-Breaking Dawn 1? Don’t worry, it’s coming.  I just couldn’t bear to deal with the immense crowd of girls swooning over Edward or Jacob on its first weekend at the theatres. So, instead I opted to […]

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J. Edgar Review

Photo by Movie Poster If I could use one word to describe J. Edgar, it would be shock.  Shock that they used Leonardo DiCaprio to play him, shock with the pathetic and completely unprofessional make-up work and shock with the less than captivating story line for one of America’s most infamous figures and founder of […]

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Tower Heist: A big disappointment!

Photo by Film O Fillia I must admit I was excited to see Tower Heist as there was so much hype about Eddie Murphy being brought back to his former glory in this film. Well, it did anything BUT that. Rotten Tomatoes had this to say about Tower Heist, Tower Heist is a true Brett […]

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Mind of a Suspicious Kind Blogger says Hollywood films are on the decline

Photo by Jordan Ruimy I got together with Mind of a Suspicious Kind blogger Jordan Ruimy to ask him about his movie picks for 2011 so far. He dished, but gave some of his feelings about the Hollywood movie industry at the same time. Check it out below… Oh and to peruse his Movie blog… […]

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Cinemania excites with The Prey!

Photo by Acutucine The Cinemania Film festival is in full swing here in Montreal.  It’s the festival that brings the best of what France has to offer in theatres whether you are French or English speaking, as most films are subtitled. France is known for their gritty, in your face films and I being a […]

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Puss in Boots movie review

Photo by 80 Million Movies Free It’s “Puss” in Boots that steals the show in the new Shrek spinoff, and I must admit that the decision to leave the big green ogre and donkey out, was the right one. Rotten tomatoes got it totally right with their assessment, It isn’t deep or groundbreaking, but what […]

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Footloose… again!

Photo by Movie Poster Well Hollywood has done it again. Another remake, and this time they choose a film from the eighties that Rotten Tomatoes gave a 57% on their Tomatometer and said There’s not much dancing, but what’s there is great. The rest of the time, Footloose is a nice hunk of trashy teenage […]

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Fix: The Ministry Movie Review

  Photo by Gigantic Pictures Last week I journeyed to New York City for my annual week of musical revelations and complete debauchery at the CMJ Music Marathon and Film Festival.  Normally I venture there to discover new bands I have never heard before, but this year I was super stoked to see two great […]

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The Ides of March: Stellar performances are what make this film

Photo by iPad Wallpapers It’s a known fact that election campaigns and mud slinging go hand in hand. Opposing Parties will do and say whatever they can to get votes.  So it was not surprising that The Ides of March did not offer anything new in this realm.  In spite of all this, where this […]

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