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Category Archives: Film
I am not exactly a Trekkie. I’ve seen all the Star Trek films and many of the television series, but I have serious problems with the show. That said, this is one of the best commercials that I have ever … Continue reading
The most overlooked flaw of Raiders of the Lost Ark is this: Indiana Jones is superfluous to the story. Had he refused the mission and remained back at the college, the Nazis would’ve found the Ark on their own, brought … Continue reading
Was the destruction of the Death Star an inside job? Also, how did Luke Skywalker dodge the stigma of incest so easily?
If you haven’t seen the recent conspiracy video suggesting that the destruction of the first Death Star was an inside job perpetrated by the Empire, you should. The video also got me thinking: Luke Skywalker is one unlucky son-of-a-bitch. … Continue reading
The Illinois board of tourism created this video in honor of Abraham Lincoln and the attention he will be receiving at the Academy Awards this evening as a result of the Spielberg film. It’s a bizarre film by any standards … Continue reading
I realize that it was based upon the Ian Fleming novel, but how does the movie Octopussy get made with its original title?
When George Lucas visited Steven Spielberg on the set of Close Encounters of the Third Kind in 1976, he was so impressed by the movie’s huge sets and Spielberg’s vision that he bet Spielberg that the film would become a … Continue reading
I enjoy the movies a lot, but I have begun to enter movie theaters with great trepidation, knowing that it takes just one moron to ruin the experience. The idiots who text during the movie are bad enough, and the … Continue reading
TIME reports that “Last summer’s blockbuster movie season was considered a bust, with the fewest movie tickets sold at theaters since 1997. Despite recent hits such as “The Avengers” and “The Dark Knight Rises,” by the time Labor Day rolls … Continue reading
After 28 years at the AMC Harvard Square theater, the Rocky Horror Picture Show will move its weekly midnight screenings of to the AMC Loews Boston Common 19 theater, with shows starting Saturday, Aug. 4. Though I am sad to … Continue reading
Has anyone see Lena Dunham’s film Tiny Furniture? I heard great things about this movie, and over the weekend, my wife and I finally had a chance to sit down and watch it. It’s an excellent movie. The writing is … Continue reading