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Encapsulated Movie Reviews – Five New Indie Titles

Since I’m gonna be dealing with family X-mas events over the next few weeks, wanted to get my final film reviews of the year up for those looking to do cinema over the holiday.  And the end of the year indie film fare has all angles covered with cowards forced to turn strong in the […]

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Encapsulated Movie Reviews – Four New Indie Titles

While big movies seem to be scraping the bottom of the low expectations barrel this week, there’s no shortage of surprising smaller film fare.  (How about that?!)  In any case we’re braving lawmen after SS officers, bodyguards with mental issues, disenchanted Jewish moms and even Harry Potter as an undercover skinhead to bring you the […]

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Encapsulated Movie Reviews – 3 New Indie Titles

There’s an interesting mix of indie fare this week that has everything from theme park furries to wild west gun-toting baddies. (And that’s just an average day in the work of diverse actor Bryan Cranston!)  We’re filling the Encapsulated Movie Reviews today with a trio that includes the comedy CHARACTERz, the drama The Infiltrator and […]

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Cranston’s Great Undercover In ‘The Infiltrator’ (Movie Review)

There’s something to be said for how compelling post-Breaking Bad Bryan Cranston is. At 60-years old, the actor is about 20 years too old to be playing U.S. Customs agent Robert Mazur, the man who went undercover to infiltrate the money-laundering organization of drug lord Pablo Escobar. Still, his rugged face is one full of […]

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Mr. Nobody (Blu-ray Review)

Mr. Nobody tells the life story of Nemo Nobody, a 118-year-old man who is the last mortal on Earth after the human race has achieved quasi-immortality. On his deathbed, Nemo shares his life story with a reporter and reviews the choices he made along the way. Yet even with his last breath, a pivotal decision […]

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‘Mr. Nobody’ on Blu-ray and DVD February 25th!

Mr. Nobody is Nemo Nobody, a 118 year-old man who is the last mortal on Earth after the human race has achieved quasi-immortality. On his deathbed, Nemo shares his life story with a reporter and reviews the choices he made along the way. Yet even with his last breath, a pivotal decision awaits to conclude his […]

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Unknown (Blu-ray Review)

Liam Neeson, one of the most likable human beings in Hollywood, is back in the thriller-adventure known as…Unknown. *snare*  Unknown stars Liam Neeson, January Jones, Diane Kruger, Aidan Quinn along with Bruno Ganz, and Frank Langella.  Off the heels of the action packed Taken feature (which I loved) Unknown was set to keep Neeson going […]

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Only Mildly Better Knowing The ‘Unknown’

Unknown is the type of film that works very easily as a source of entertainment…when you try not to apply much logic to it.  It is perfectly serviceable, mainly due to Liam Neeson, who has a screen presence that can elevate any B-movie (Taken, Darkman), and because of the film’s solid production values.  However, once […]

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Don’t Be Afraid of the ‘Unknown’

Up until recently I didn’t know anything about Unknown, but when I saw the movie’s trailer on television, a few weeks back, I instantly took notice.  Why?  Because… A) Liam Neeson stars in it… and B) Liam Neeson is shown in a bada$$ role much like he portrayed in Taken.  And so, with only one […]

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Gregg Infiltrates The Inglorious Basterds

The Inglorious Basterds.  Ah, Mr. Tarantino likes to use shock value not only in his films, but also in his films’ titles.  I have to be honest.  Before I saw this movie and people asked me what it was like (which is a bit odd considering they knew I hadn’t seen the movie at the […]

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