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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Titanic’ in Dolby Cinema spruces up one of the finest films of all time

| December 5, 2017
MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Titanic’ in Dolby Cinema spruces up one of the finest films of all time

In anticipation of the film’s 20th anniversary on Dec. 19, Paramount Pictures has re-released the 1997 disaster romance epic “Titanic” into Dolby Vision theaters for one week. Remastered in the highest-quality digital format a film can go into, the film represents a great leap in the film’s picture quality, providing audiences with the utmost clarity […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘The Circle’ is a disastrous misfire of epic proportions

| May 2, 2017 | 0 Comments
MOVIE REVIEW: ‘The Circle’ is a disastrous misfire of epic proportions

I really love James Ponsoldt. If you are unaware of him by his name, he’s the filmmaker behind such indie hits like “Smashed,” “The Spectacular Now” and “The End of the Tour,” all three are fabulously moving indies that inspire as much faith in the prospect of indie film as it does raw emotion. Naturally, […]

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MOVIE REVIEW: “Nightcrawler” takes us to the journalism underworld.

| December 3, 2014 | 0 Comments
MOVIE REVIEW: “Nightcrawler” takes us to the journalism underworld.

There was not one second of “Nightcrawler” where I wasn’t insanely uncomfortable, this is one of the most unsettling films in recent memory. From the actual story to the characters and actions involved throughout the entire film. The worst part about that is that I enjoyed feeling uncomfortable, because I knew they were doing this […]

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‘Edge of Tomorrow,’ a time loop you’ll be glad to repeat

| June 6, 2014 | 0 Comments
‘Edge of Tomorrow,’ a time loop you’ll be glad to repeat

As an alien race attempts to wipe out humanity, Major William Cage (played by Tom Cruise) is thrust into battle without any field experience or proper training. Shortly after being killed, Cage wakes up to find the day before the assault has repeated itself. Very similar to the concept of “Groundhog Day,” Cage repeats the same day […]

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