AFI Fest Movie Screenings: Penn State Football’s ‘Happy Valley’ Review

AFI Fest Movie Screenings: Penn State Football’s ‘Happy Valley’ Review

17 November 2014

AFI Fest Movie Screenings: Penn State Football’s ‘Happy Valley’ Review I have no love for Penn State. They aren’t my college’s biggest rival, so there are schools and teams I hate more, but unless Penn State is playing one of those schools, you’ll never see me root for them. If those first two sentences didn’t […]

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The Debut of Mark Wahlberg in ‘The Gambler’ Movie Trailer

The Debut of Mark Wahlberg in ‘The Gambler’ Movie Trailer

14 November 2014

The Debut of Mark Wahlberg in ‘The Gambler’ Movie Trailer  For some reason, Mark Wahlberg always gets the benefit of the doubt in my book. I tend to see most of the films he acts in, despite the fact that he was a reasonably wack rapper and his brother was in NKOTB, which really should […]

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AFI Fest Movie Screenings: Hot Director Damian Szifron’s ‘Wild Tales’ Review

AFI Fest Movie Screenings: Hot Director Damian Szifron’s ‘Wild Tales’ Review

14 November 2014

AFI Fest Movie Screenings: Hot Director Damian Szifron’s ‘Wild Tales’ Review Anthology films seem to have made a bit of a comeback in recent years. These have mainly been in the horror genre, with franchises like “V/H/S” and the “ABCs of Horror,” but even the Farrelly brothers combined with other comedy directors to create “Movie […]

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Adam Sandler in ‘The Cobbler’ Movie Trailer Premiere

Adam Sandler in ‘The Cobbler’ Movie Trailer Premiere

13 November 2014

Adam Sandler in ‘The Cobbler’ Movie Trailer Premiere In the role he was born to play, comes the latest Adam Sandler magnum opus. In The Cobbler, Sandler plays a shoe cobbler in a long lineage of shoe cobblers in New York. Method Man, Steve Buscemi and Dustin Hoffman lend their star-power to the piece. The […]

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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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