Category: Cinema

Movie Review: The Amazing Spiderman 2

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It’s got stiff competition, not only from the latest Captain America film, but the previous Spidey worked so well.. And this one just doesn’t keep up. To many things feel forced and too much is just the same ol’ same ol’. It’s like hearing about this new ice cream flavor, but when you finally get […]

Saturday May 3rd, 2014 in Cinema, Movies | No Comments »

Should Be Funny…. But No. Star Trek Parody Fail.

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Accents can be fun. but, sometimes, it just doesn’t work. In this case, not just once, but twice. <iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”//” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe> <iframe width=”420″ height=”315″ src=”//″ frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe> In the meantime, I did meet the guy who played Captain Pike in this independent production of Star Trek. he and his girlfriend were camping […]

Wednesday August 14th, 2013 in Cinema, Fun Bits!, Outdoor fun! | No Comments »

Happy Birthday To The Master!

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No, it’s not the Sonic-Mates birthday! It’s suspense master Alfred Hitchcock’s!!!!  Armchair Commentary has posted a list of movies created by other directors that display Hitchcock’s formula for creating suspense. It’s a very good list….  But they missed one. Please consider “Silver Streak” directed by Aurthur Hiller It is a pure Hitchcockian homage. Has all […]

Saturday August 14th, 2010 in Cinema | No Comments »

Meme Alert – Racists!!!!

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I figured I’d get ahead of the liberal crowd that will surly label my friends at Gay Patriot as racists for even mentioning D W Griffith and Barrack Obama in the same blog post.

Movies – Standing The Test Of Time.

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Over at Gay Patriot, Dan is taking a much needed break from politics to talk about movies, especially those that have held up well over time. The conversation starts by focusing on which stars of yore have to transcend the era when they made movies. For instance, I think Katherine Hepburn and Carry Grant are […]

Thursday July 29th, 2010 in Cinema | 2 Comments »