Zack Snyder’s Justice League

After all these years, it’s finally here. I will admit that I spent way too much time thinking about the Snyder Cut before it was even an idea that existed beyond the beginning days of the fan campaign, and how couldn’t I? The theatrical cut of Justice League is probably one of the most highly…

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Running Time

Director: Josh Becker (Thou Shall Not Kill…Except, Lunatics: a Love Story, as well as episodes of Xena) Starring: Bruce Campbell, Jeremy Roberts, Anita Barone Runtime: 70 minutes / B&W Release Date: March 16, 2021 Language: DTS-HD MA English 2.0 Original Stereo Aspect Ratio: High-definition 1080p (1.37:1) presentation of the original full-frame theatrical aspect ratio Format:…

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Best Picture #68: Braveheart

Each week this column will highlight one winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture, progressing chronologically until all winners have been discussed. There will be a brief discussion of the film itself followed by a mention of what we wish won from the nominees in the given year (though in many cases there were…

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Staff Selects: Los Angeles

Cole has made the move to the City of Angels so we’re celebrating by writing about a few of our favorite Los Angeles set movies. Sunset Boulevard There might be no other film in history that so intimately understands the heart and soul of Los Angeles than the one named in honor of one of…

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Best Picture #67: Forrest Gump

Each week this column will highlight one winner of the Academy Award for Best Picture, progressing chronologically until all winners have been discussed. There will be a brief discussion of the film itself followed by a mention of what we wish won from the nominees in the given year (though in many cases there were…

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The Mauritanian

The thing about the standard Hollywood biopic is that they generally stick to a tried and true formula: opening with title cards, neat and orderly chronological story with dates punctuated with cue cards, and closing title cards that explain what happened to the characters in the story once the script ends. The Mauritanian is no…

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Tom and Jerry

Tom and Jerry might be Hanna-Barbera’s most enduring and beloved creations. With 164 short films and seven Oscars to their names, the cat and mouse duo have been making audiences laugh for more than eighty years now, but they haven’t had much success in the world of feature length films. Before this latest live-action/animation mashup,…

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