Far Cry 3 Review
Jan25

Far Cry 3 Review

You’re alone running in the jungle, out of nowhere you notice a small encampment of pirates. They don’t see you thanks to the benefit of being hidden in the foliage of the jungle. You pick your targets and plan out how to take care of them, but as soon as your about to make your move, you hear a distinct growl behind you causing you to literally freeze out of panic. A moment like this is just one of the many that make Far...

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Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters Review
Jan25

Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters Review

Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters from Paramount Pictures is a new twist on a classic Brothers Grimm fairy tale starring Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton as the titular duo and is in theaters January 25th in RealD 3D and IMAX 3D. Is this reimagining of the classic childrens’ story worth its weight in bread crumbs or should it just be gobbled up by a witch in a gingerbread house? Story Once upon a time, Hansel and Gretel were...

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American Horror Story: Asylum “Continuum” Review
Jan25

American Horror Story: Asylum “Continuum” Review

After the events of last week, American Horror Story: Asylum has left us in a strange place. Lana is out and has taken down Bloody Face, Kit was released and connived Grace’s release and the return of his son. The only person left in the asylum are Judy and the Monseigneur. The aliens are still lurking in the background, intentions still shrouded. I wasn’t sure exactly how they were going to handle these last two episodes, but opening...

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Stand Up Guys Review
Jan25

Stand Up Guys Review

Stand Up Guys is another movie I knew nothing about before walking into the theater. I heard that Al Pacino, Christopher Walken and Alan Arkin were staring in a movie together and I was interested on that alone. The poster made it look like some sort of crime thriller and the 30 seconds of the trailer that I watched seemed to confirm that. Having seen the film, I have no idea how you could possibly market it, but I can say that you...

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Side Effects Review
Jan25

Side Effects Review

Steven Soderbergh is a director whose movies I’ve never really meshed with. I didn’t see Magic Mike, but Contagion, while fascinating, plodded along at such a slow pace and didn’t do enough to make me care about its characters that I was apathetic towards it. I went into Side Effects not knowing what the movie was about, only knowing its cast and, right before I walked into the theater, that Soderbergh directed it. And I assumed it...

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