Monthly Archives: July 2014

Earth to Echo – Film Review

Imagine what it might have looked like had Elliot, his brother and the rest of the boys documented everything they did on video when they found E.T. back in 1982 and helped him return home; that’s Earth to Echo. In this new family adventure, which has been sitting on a shelf for some time awaiting […]

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Begin Again – Film Review

As soon as you realize that the name behind Once, the small movie that did, is the same name behind the new musical drama Begin Again, you see the similarities.  The song may be different but the theme remains the same. The original title to John Carney’s follow up to his surprise hit was Can […]

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Snowpiercer – Film Review

Based on a graphic novel from France, Snowpiercer is a futuristic thrill ride on a train that has you constantly clutching your theatre arm rests during the undeniably intense first hour, then turns into something bizarrely surreal in the second. “Global warning can no longer be ignored,” a female news reporter tells us in an […]

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Tammy – Film Review

The degree to which you’ll find the new comedy from Melissa McCarthy, Tammy, funny depends solely on how much you enjoy Melissa McCarthy.  If what you know of the comic’s comedic style comes from her hit TV series, Mike and Molly, then you probably find her likeably warm and just a little sassy.  If everything […]

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