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SDCC 2015: Man from U.N.C.L.E.

Aisha Tyler moderated the Warner Bros The Man From U.N.C.L.E. panel, which kicked off with a video introduction from Guy Ritchie, who is currently in Scotland filming his King Arthur film.  It was a lighthearted series of intro bloopers, with Ritchie fumbling over the names of his cast. In attendance was Henry Cavill, Armie Hammer, […]

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Details on The Lone Ranger Blu-ray That’s Coming this December!

Johnny Depp and Armie Hammer star in The Lone Ranger, from Jerry Bruckheimer Films and Director Gore Verbinski. It’s a wild ride of high velocity action, explosions and gunfights that brings the famed masked legend to life through brand-new eyes. The Lone Ranger (Hammer), the last of his kind, teams with Tonto (Depp), a dark and […]

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‘The Lone Ranger’ Trades A Pile Of Silver For An Overblown Adventure (Movie Review)

In 2002, audiences were able to see what came of a failed film that would have starred Johnny Depp.  This film was Lost in La Mancha, a documentary that chronicled the attempt by director Terry Gilliam to make a film about Don Quixote, only to be undone by production and budget problems, forcing the film […]

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Johnny Depp’s ‘The Lone Ranger’ Show (Movie Review)

When I first learned that Disney was bringing back The Lone Ranger to the big screen I have to admit, I got rather excited.  Despite not being a huge fan of Westerns, I have fond childhood memories of the masked fighter of injustice and his white stallion, Silver.  Hi-ho Silver!  Away!  However, I had to […]

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Hi Ho Silver! The Lone Ranger Trailer Debuts

I’m sure plenty of people are looking forward to this one.  A new film that once again brings together Johnny Depp, director Gore Verbinski, and producer Jerry Bruckheimer into an all new action/adventure film.  Well now the trailer for The Lone Ranger  has arrived and it looks to be all sorts of fun.  Packed with […]

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Mirror Mirror (Blu-ray Review)

Ah, the year of two Snow White  films, the other being Snow White and The Huntsman, this one being an actual light hearted attempt at the material. Not only does it feature Julia Roberts as the evil queen, but it’s directed by none other than the master visualist, Tarsem of The Cell, The Fall, and […]

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‘Mirror Mirror’ on Blu-ray June 26th

Directed by visionary filmmaker Tarsem Singh (Immortals), MIRROR MIRROR is a visually-spectacular, fresh and funny retelling of the classic Snow White legend.  This family comedy features a star-studded cast including Academy Award®-winner Julia Roberts as the evil Queen, breakout star Lily Collins (The Blind Side) as Snow White, Armie Hammer (The Social Network) as the […]

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Mirror Mirror (Movie Review)

One of the most beloved stories of all time is coming to life in the motion picture fantasy, Mirror Mirror.  A fresh and funny retelling of the Snow White legend, Mirror Mirror features breakout star Lily Collins (The Blind Side) as Snow White, a princess in exile, and Oscar-winner Julia Roberts as the evil Queen […]

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J. Edgar (Blu-ray Review)

Leonardo DiCaprio has returned to the big screen and now to the high definition screen with Clint Eastwood directing the biopic of one J. Edgar Hoover. J. Edgar aims to show us a side of one of the most controversial and powerful figures in U.S/World History. On board for the ride is Oscar winning screenwriter […]

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True To Life, ‘J. Edgar’ Can Be Feared, Admired, Reviled, And Revered

Biographies tend to run hot and cold for me.  Sometimes, like in the case of Gus Van Sant’s Milk, from back in 2008 (which screenwriter Dustin Lance Black, the screenwriter for J. Edgar, won an Oscar for), I can really get into the film, admire all the performances, the ways in which the film presents […]

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Check Your Wall, I “Liked” The Social Network

An important thing to note right off the bat about this film is that it is not “Facebook: The Movie.”  This is a film, based on a novel that recounts the creation of Facebook through multiple perspectives and the legal action that followed.  I believe this film could have just as easily been about the […]

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