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Chronicle – A Preview

One of Mark Millar’s latest character creations was an individual so highly advanced when it came to martial arts and all forms of weaponry that he could predict everyone else’s moves before they even knew what they were doing themselves. No one knew his true identity. He was violent, brutal and he was the biggest […]

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The Artist – A Preview

1927 was a monumental year in the history of cinema as one film changed the shape of movies for years to come. That movie was Alan Crosland’s The Jazz Singer. You see up until this point, feature films were silent with dialogue transmitted through title cards and overdramatized actions. The soundtrack came from musicians in […]

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Hugo – A Preview

Along with Wes Anderson and Quentin Tarantino, Martin Scorsese is one of the few directors whose work I would go to any length to see. Though this doesn’t say much, as the Oscar-winning director of The Departed is responsible for some of the greatest films of all time in Taxi Driver, Raging Bull and Goodfellas. […]

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The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo – A Preview

The New Year is upon us which means that awards season is in its final stages. And one film yet to be released that has been tipped for some form of Oscar glory is David Fincher’s adaptation of Stieg Larsson’s best-selling novel “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo”. The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo follows […]

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We Bought a Zoo – A Preview

Little girl to father: “Why don’t you tell stories anymore?” Father to Little Girl: “Because we are living the story…” If given the choice, I would usually stay well clear of a film that had this kind of cringe worthy dialogue unless, however, the film was directed by Cameron Crowe of Almost Famous and Jerry […]

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