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    As someone who goes to the movies way too often I see a lot of the same stories re-told. It is easy for me to relate to them as a white heterosexual male because throughout the history of film it is my story that has been told over and over again. Never did I think […]

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    When I heard Eli Roth was doing a remake of the 1974 classic “Death Wish” with Bruce Willis I said to myself, “now this is something I can get behind.” I mean is there no more perfect marriage then the guy behind “The Green Inferno”, the writer of “Narc”, and John McClane himself? Well on […]

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    1956 was an epic year in film, from classics like “The Ten Commandments”, “The King and I”, “Giant”, “The Searchers” and “Moby Dick” to smaller but equally excellent work like “The Killing”, “The Man Who Knew Too Much”, “Invasion of the Body Snatchers”, and “Godzilla, King of Monsters”. But like every year before and since, […]

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    The idea of what a spy movie aspires to has been shaped by one name, Bond, James Bond. That meant you get your secrets while seducing beautiful woman and having a martini, shaken not stirred. Then came Jason Bourne and it wasn’t about looking cool, it was about being a bad ass with the help […]

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