Posts Tagged ‘PG-13’

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“FURIOUS 7” (Film Review & Trailer)

  Giving very good performances all around, able direction and an edge of your seat storyline, Furious 7 takes the “summer” lead with an awesome action theatrical entry. The high energy franchise proves again that there’s always another story for the team of actors that has carried the car crime thriller for seven big hits. The edges […]


Still Alice, a Heartfelt Drama that Delivers a Punch (Film Review)

  One of the most heartfelt films for 2014 Still Alice opens wide this weekend. Having lived with the debilitating forces of Alzheimer’s within my family I can say it’s a very realistic depiction. The film has an excellent director with a crew and cast that’s perfectly lead by Julianne Moore in the title role. It’s a […]

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Selma, a Flashback to a Landmark for Equal Rights (Film Review)

  Bold, poignant and triumphant, the movie Selma shows the determination of a leader who guides his devoted followers to equal rights. Not just for them, but all races who have been denied the right to choose the leader of this country. Teeming with a core of fine actors under the direction of Ava DuVernay, […]

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Battle of the Five Armies, the Awesome Finale of The Hobbit Trilogy (Film Review)

  All good things must come to an end and for The Hobbit the finale is amazing. Titled The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, the film delivers action packed sequences of total devastation putting the film up there with The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King. The cast continues to amaze […]

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Exodus: Gods and Kings a Visual Treat (Film Review)

  Special effects and cinematography are key in this colossal release of Exodus: Gods and Kings. The two and a half hour visual treat takes you into the Biblical times of Moses and his fight to free the Jews from Egyptian slavery. You may have a similar film called The Ten Commandments in you DVD […]

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Hunger Games: Mockingjay 1, Let the Rebellion Begin (Film Review)

  It’s time for the rebellion to start and in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 the volatile story of Katniss Everdeen continues with able direction, adequate acting, but with the usual predictable storyline. The filming and CGI gets better than the last installment showing explosive battles that are more realistic looking than the games […]

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“The Good Lie” a Shocking view of Inhumanity (Film Review)

  A heartwarming and heartbreaking story of humanity in the face of adversity both in their original elements and in America, The Good Lie recalls the sorrow and travesty of the Sudanese children caught up in war.  The film stuns with disbelief, but it’s true and opens the doors to a view so bold it […]

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