“Southpaw’s” Storyline Falls Flat

While Kurt Sutter did a fantastic job penning the script to FX’s “Sons of Anarchy” his film debut, “Southpaw,” did not live up to the expectations. “Southpaw” stars Jake Gyllenhaal as Billy Hope, an aging, undefeated boxer who must bounce back from rock bottom after his wife’s (Rachel McAdams) death and losing his daughter (Oona…

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“Self/less” Falls Into Sci-Fi Routine

In science fiction, it seems that the same story has been retold over and over again. A person is unsatisfied with life and, with the help of new technology, makes a change with disastrous results, with the overall message that one shouldn’t play God. “Self/less” stars Ben Kingsley as Damian, a wealthy man who is…

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10 Insane Film Conspiracy Theories

Sometimes, a film’s plot is just too juicy to be taken at face value. Fans will want more and sometimes will develop their own conspiracy theory behind what is actually going on. After learning about a conspiracy theory in a film, it is hard to watch it the same way again. Listed below are 15…

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Tom Holland Named New Spider-Man

Marvel and Sony have named Tom Holland (“Locke”) the new Spider-Man. Holland, 19, was one of four finalists to become the new Spidey along with Charlie Rowe, Matt Lintz and Charlie Plummer. In February, Marvel and Sony struck a deal to allow Spider-Man to be featured in Marvel films. Sony has owned the film rights to…

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Terry Gilliam to Make Don Quixote Movie

Director Terry Gilliam will finally create a film based on Miguel de Cervantes’ book “The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha” 16 years after the plug was pulled on his initial attempt. The film will be released as a part of Gilliam’s contract with Amazon. Gilliam will reportedly begin filming in 2016. In 1999,…

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Test of Time: “X-Men”

Sometimes, a film looks great when it is first released, but falls stale years later. Other times, a film is panned in it’s initial release only to become a cult classic and deemed ahead of its time (we’re looking at you, “Scarface!”). Every week, we will re-watch a film that is at least 15 years…

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