Film Review: Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003)

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SYNOPSIS: John Connor is now in his 20′s, and a female terminator, called T-X or Terminatrix, is after him. Another T-101 is sent back through time to protect John once again on the verge of the rise of the machines. REVIEW: Director Jonathan Mostow, who brought us the Kurt Russell vehicle “Breakdown” (no pun intended) and the exciting “U-571″ directs this under-rated, unfairly panned science fiction actioner in “The Terminator” franchise. T3 has become sort … Continue reading

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Film Review: 388 Arletta Avenue (2011)

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SYNOPSIS: young couple find themselves in an unnerving situation with a mysterious stalker. REVIEW: Contrary to opinion, this is not quite a found-footage film – 388 Arletta Avenue can best be described in one short sentence as a voyeuristic verite movie. Imagine Peeping Tom if it were based primarily and predominantly around the subjective camera. It’s not a new concept created by writer/director Randall Cole, but it has scarcely been used beyond cult level. And … Continue reading

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Film Review: Bully (2001)

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SYNOPSIS: Bully is a 2001 drama film, based on actual events, starring Brad Renfro, Rachel Miner, Bijou Phillips, Nick Stahl, and Michael Pitt. The screenplay was written by David McKenna (under the pseudonym Zachary Long) and Roger Pullis, who adapted the book Bully: A True Story of High School Revenge (ISBN 0-380-72333-6) by Jim Schutze. The story concerns the plot to murder the title character, in revenge for his continual abuse and psychological torture of … Continue reading

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Paranormal Activity Style with Real World Danger

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We have new details for a movie coming up called 388 Areletta Avenue :). I don’t understand the emoticon at the end of that title but am hoping the movie explains it. Otherwise it’s just stupid. Still could be if the explanation is weak. I am getting sidetracked though. The movie has some real talent in it. You have got Nick Stahl (Sin City, Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, Mirrors 2), Mia Kirshner (The … Continue reading

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