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Mid90s trailer

I am pretty hyped for the new movie “Mid90s” directed by Jonah Hill. The trailer looks amazing and shows a heartfelt coming of age drama set in the 1990s’. Check it out below.  

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Cleo from 5 to 7 review

“Cleo from 5 to 7” is the first film that I have watched by director Agnes Varda after seeing her name grouped into the French New Wave genre. I read countless times that she was one of the best to come out of that group and after watching this film I am eager to see […]

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Chloe in the Afternoon review

A few years ago I took it upon myself to slowly watch all of Roger Ebert’s Great Movie list. While I was in high school every Sunday I would take the T.V. guide from the newspaper and circle films that Ebert recommended or graded 4 stars and I would check them out on the weekends. […]

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The Lives of Others

I like to constantly harp upon to everyone I know about serious movies that are worth watching over the drivel that is coming out of Hollywood. One of those serious movies that I saw recently was “The Lives of Others”. This film has been circling around my head for a while until I finally had […]

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The Piano Teacher

I had heard about Michael Haneke’s “The Piano Teacher” many years ago and finally had a chance to watch it. The movie turned out to be more than what I expected. I thought the movie was going to be a chore to get through and would move at a glacial pace but man was I […]

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Prince Avalanche

Director David Gordon Green completely blew me away when I saw his film “All the Real Girls” a few years ago. The setting as well as the performances by Zooey Deschanel and Paul Schneider was quite something to behold. After watching this terrific film I ventured to see all of Green’s films. I saw “George […]

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Lost in Translation

Sofia Coppola’s “Lost in Translation” is a remarkable film that showcases a different side of Bill Murray that critics and fans have never seen. The movie also pushed Coppola into the spotlight with its funny and introspective moments which garnered her a Best Original Screenplay Academy Award. “Lost in Translation” is about Bob Harris (Bill […]

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Yes Man

Jim Carrey has always been a very funny actor to me. His ridiculous facial expressions and outrageous physical comedy always drew me to his films. I saw “Yes Man” when it came out a few years ago and I actually enjoyed it so when I re-watched it today I was surprised by how much better […]

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