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July 30, 2015
Warner Bros. and Lebron James recently partnered together in what they say is a mutually beneficial agreement. The deal has James involved with all areas of their studios with “plans for projects in television, film and original digital content.” Of course, with all the comparisons and arguments that basketball fans have over who is better,...
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If you’re thinking about going to a movie this weekend, KEEP READING. This guide exists to help you save money, or rather not WASTE money on terrible movies. Unless you are using MoviePass, then go for it. This week’s movie to not watch: Vacation Let’s be real, does this movie look good? Not really. I know...
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I had to write a review for Lake Mungo, because it is hands down my favorite scary movie. Lake Mungo isn’t necessarily a mockumentary, it is a fictional documentary in the form of a news interview. The interview is between a distraught family and an unknown interviewer. The feel is as if Barbara Walters or...
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So much more enjoyable than MI:2, Mission: Impossible III corrected a lot of the wrongs of its predecessor. J.J. Abrams really showed that he can take an existing series and make an excellent movie (perhaps signs of good things to come for Star Wars?). Overall, the movie was good. The cast was amazing, story was...
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