Tag Archives: 2010s

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

I wasn’t able to see it opening weekend, or opening month, for that matter. I had to bury my head in the sand when it came to social media, but I actually managed to avoid all but one spoiler — … Continue reading

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The D Train

The directing debut of writer-director duo Andrew Mogel and Jarrad Paul, The D Train was declared D.O.A. after a mere week in May. A dark dramedy starring Jack Black and James Marsden, its theatrical showing was decimated in seven days, … Continue reading

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Turkey Hollow

Jim Henson has been gone for 25 years, but the company bearing his name lives on. Still, it has become somewhat rare to actually see anything come out under the Jim Henson Studios label itself. Shortly before Henson died, he … Continue reading

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The Moth Diaries

I must admit that I misjudged this film based on its title. The Moth Diaries is not a name that particularly points to what the story is about, and my initial suspicion — given that I hadn’t heard of the … Continue reading

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All Creatures Big and Small

Getting a straight answer on just what this film is appears to be a difficult task. It was a free film given away in June 2015 on Google Play (which I watched via YouTube on a day when my ‘net … Continue reading

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No Strings Attached

I’m not sure what I was expecting. I wasn’t expecting greatness from No Strings Attached. It’s not as though I never saw the promos for it. It’s a romantic comedy starring Ashton Kutcher; I just naturally assume there’s a ceiling … Continue reading

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127 Hours

2010 Best Picture Nominee There’s a problem with yes or no questions. They look simple. They’re meant to be simple. There are, after all, only two answers, diametrically opposed, clearly defined. And yet the truth of the matter is they … Continue reading

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