AFI Fest Movie Screenings: ‘The Tribe’ Review (in Pictures)

AFI Fest Movie Screenings: ‘The Tribe’ Review (in Pictures)

13 November 2014

AFI Fest Movie Screenings: ‘The Tribe’ Review (in Pictures) “The Tribe” is a Ukrainian film which contains no dialogue, no subtitles and no voice-over. It stars deaf actors playing deaf characters who communicate purely through the use of sign language. In honor of this concept, this review will be told in pictures only. The Movie: […]

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AFI Fest Movie Screenings: Russian National Hockey Team Depicted On Film – ‘Red Army’ Review

AFI Fest Movie Screenings: Russian National Hockey Team Depicted On Film – ‘Red Army’ Review

12 November 2014

AFI Movie Screenings: Russian National Hockey Team Depicted On Film – ‘Red Army’ Review Russians angry at their government is essentially the sentiment of “Red Army,” a documentary chronicling the Russian national hockey teams which succeeded under an oppressive regime throughout the Cold War. The main subject is a defenseman named Slava Fetisov. He’s one […]

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Christian Bale in Ridley Scott’s Final ‘Exodus: Gods and Kings’ Movie Trailer

Christian Bale in Ridley Scott’s Final ‘Exodus: Gods and Kings’ Movie Trailer

11 November 2014

Christian Bale in Ridley Scott’s Final ‘Exodus: Gods and Kings’ Movie Trailer The final trailer for Exodus: Gods and Kings is here. I, admittedly, still remain unconvinced about seeing this one. Christian Bale stars in the Ridley Scott swords and sandals epic. The visuals looks stunning, but the film appears a bit of a retread […]

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AFI Fest Movie Screenings: The Russian-Based ‘Leviathan’ Review

AFI Fest Movie Screenings: The Russian-Based ‘Leviathan’ Review

11 November 2014

AFI Fest Movie Screenings: The Russian Based ‘Leviathan’ Review Note: Piece continued from here. “Leviathan” is a 140-minute Russian drama about small and large players in a small Russian town. Kolya (Aleksey Serebryakov) is ostensibly doing the job of Job. He’s a mechanic being constantly hit up by a local policeman to help fix his […]

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AFI Fest Film Review Preview: The American Film Institute Movie Screenings

AFI Fest Film Review Preview: The American Film Institute Movie Screenings

11 November 2014

AFI Fest Film Review Preview: The American Film Institute Movie Screenings I’ve discovered I have no use for free things. After recently standing in line for hours for a free music show with a friend and not getting in, I realized my time is far more valuable than my money. I’d much rather plunk down […]

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Films-U-Missed: ‘Snow On Tha Bluff’ Represents “The Hood” Like Few Movies Have

Films-U-Missed: ‘Snow On Tha Bluff’ Represents “The Hood” Like Few Movies Have

11 November 2014

Films-U-Missed: ‘Snow On Tha Bluff’ Represents “The Hood” Like Few Movies Have It’s been a long time since we’ve had a Films-U-Missed write up, but while recently watching Snow On Tha Bluff and considering that our Ten Movies ‘The Hood’ Loves The Most list is our most popular post ever, this seems a good time […]

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The Religious Experience of ‘Interstellar’

The Religious Experience of ‘Interstellar’

09 November 2014

A Deeper Look At “The Religious Experience” of Christopher Nolan’s ‘Interstellar’ After being raised under the tenets of Catholicism and completing all the required sacraments leading one to becoming a “good Catholic,” I proclaimed myself an atheist a few years ago. Religious doubts had plagued my young mind for decades, with the institution never once […]

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Jake Gylenhaal’s ‘Nightcrawler’ Examined as a Superhero Origin Film

Jake Gylenhaal’s ‘Nightcrawler’ Examined as a Superhero Origin Film

05 November 2014

Jake Gylenhaal’s ‘Nightcrawler’ Examined as a Superhero Origin Film To the chagrin of many but the celebration of more, comic book films are not going away any time soon, as the recent DC and Marvel announcements of their superhero slates over the next half-decade-plus would suggest. Any fan of these announcements hearing the name “Nightcrawler,” […]

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