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Josh’s Movie Review Catch-Up Extravaganza, Captain America: Civil War

Josh’s Movie Review Catch-Up Extravaganza, Captain America: Civil War

By Josh Morris In “Captain America: Civil War,” the federal government via the newly promoted Secretary of State Ross (William Hurt) decides to enact the Hero Registration Act, a law that places global regulations on when a hero may act. This results in a deep division amongst the Avengers, with Iron Man (Downey Jr.) supporting […]

Josh’s Movie Review Catch-Up Extravaganza, The Hunstman: Winter’s War

Josh’s Movie Review Catch-Up Extravaganza, The Hunstman: Winter’s War

by Josh Morris In “The Huntsman: Winter’s War,” the producers are trying their damnedest to create a cinematic world as rich and full as “Lord of the Rings,” dwarves, goblins and all. They attempted the same with its predecessor “Snow White and The Huntsman” (2012); both times they have fallen short. Shoot for the moon […]

Josh’s Movie Review Catch-Up Extravaganza, The Nice Guys

Josh’s Movie Review Catch-Up Extravaganza, The Nice Guys

By Josh Morris The Nice Guys is a fantastic film. It’s a return to form for Shane Black whose Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005) – a work I still applaud– put his talent for writing and directing on display, but whose Iron Man 3 (2013) took him down a less unique, more corporate-controlled path. “Guys” […]

Josh’s Memorial Day Movie Review Extravaganza, X-Men: Apocalypse

Josh’s Memorial Day Movie Review Extravaganza, X-Men: Apocalypse

By Josh Morris Last week I took a much-needed vacation, during which time I had the luxury of catching up on a number of films I had missed in theaters as well as indulging in the Memorial Day Weekend releases. In this review, you’ll find my opinion of “X-Men: Apocalypse.” In later reviews, I’ll go […]

Josh’s Memorial Day Movie Review Extravaganza, Alice Through the Looking Glass

Josh’s Memorial Day Movie Review Extravaganza, Alice Through the Looking Glass

By Josh Morris Last week I took a much-needed vacation, during which time I had the luxury of catching up on a number of films I had missed in theaters as well as indulging in the Memorial Day Weekend releases. In this review, you’ll find my opinion of “Alice Through the Looking Glass.” In later […]

A Million Ways to Die in the West: An Empty Chamber

A Million Ways to Die in the West: An Empty Chamber

By Sean Molloy With A Million Ways to Die in the West, there was so much hope for the follow up to Seth MacFarlane’s breakout film, Ted. Once again, MacFarlane was writing and directing an R-rated comedy, which mean he was free to make all the jokes he wanted but couldn’t in the half hour […]

Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues: News Team Assemble…Again

Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues: News Team Assemble…Again

by Sean Molloy Informer Media Group Oh, Ron Burgundy how we’ve missed you. Or at least how I’ve missed you. The original Anchorman has always been a comedy staple to me when I think of films that make me consistently laugh every time I watch. While Anchorman 2 might live up to the pure genius […]

Thor: The Dark World: The Norse God Returns

Thor: The Dark World: The Norse God Returns

By Sean Molloy Informer Media Group I might be in the severe minority when it comes to the Thor films, but I just have fun with them. I love the fact that Marvel has a character of Norse mythology supplanted on Earth and is put in the more awkward, hilarious situations. I find the entire […]

God Loves Uganda: Fire and Brimstone in Africa

God Loves Uganda: Fire and Brimstone in Africa

By Adam Hofbauer The documentary God Loves Uganda investigates what director Roger Ross Williams describes as the “deadly money trail” linking American Evangelicals to the recent explosion of right wing Christianity in Uganda.  Following a combination of American Missionaries and Ugandan activists, the film traces an escalating battle for Uganda’s soul over the past two […]

Captain Phillips: Hanks at his best

Captain Phillips: Hanks at his best

By Sean Molloy  By now we all know the story of Captain Phillips. One man sacrifices himself to save his crew from a group of Somali pirates that take over a container ship for profit. This movie could absolutely be boring. Extended periods of time revolve around moving the ship back and forth and firing […]

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