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DC, Movies, Reviews, Super Hero 2015-05-03

The Death of Superman Lives!

According to director Jon Schnepp, the debacle surrounding Superman Lives could only have happened to a well-known direct or on a…

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Hackers-A Superhero Movie for Geeks

Hackers came out in 1996 and was notable as one of the early roles of Angelina Jolie. It was also one…

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Movies, News, Science Fiction 2015-03-16

There Should Not Be A Robotech Movie

Robotech was one of the great cartoons of the 80s. It’s fair to say that it molded a generation and solidfied…

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Art, Movies, Reviews, Technology 2015-02-09

Goodbye to Language, Hello to 3D

Film history books are going to point out the film Goodbye to Language as the first significant moment 3D stopped being…

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Akira and the Art of Cult Movies

A couple weeks ago I had the chance to see Akira, Katsuhiro Otomo’s masterwork in comics brought to the screen. Fascinating…

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Blade Runner: Too Many Replicants

Those who read my last post on Blade Runner would know that I felt the lack of voiceover narration was a…

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Blade Runner: Narration Changes Everything

This may surprise some, but I had never seen the original or “final cut” of Blade Runner. The first viewing of…

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Movies, Reviews, Science 2014-11-30

The themes of Interstellar

Now that Interstellar has come and gone in the theaters, it’s worth looking at the themes and ideas presented in the…

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Movies, Reviews 2014-11-09

John Wick: All You Need Is Kill

John Wick is a guilty pleasure movie about gangsters and killers. Beyond that, however, the film taps into the long-standing tradition…

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Guardians of the Galaxy, Comics, Movies and a new Cosmology

By now most everyone has seen Guardians of the Galaxy. It’s grossed over 400 million worldwide and deservedly so. It’s an…