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Latest Review: Life Itself Most film critics these days cite Siskel & Ebert as two of the biggest influences on them and their career that it almost becomes an overstatement. Of course I am one of those people and have said so in previous reviews. When Roger Ebert died last year you might as well have told me a family member had died. Here was a man who was like a mentor to a young boy who found movies to be a way to escape the troubles of the world as well as a way to understand it better, a man who I wrote to all the time (though I never received...More

Latest Editorial: Why I hate “How it Should Have Ended” (and you should too)I’m not even going to build up to an opinion this time. Quite bluntly, I feel that “How it Should Have Ended” is one of the stupidest, mind numbingly dumb, colossal waste of two to five minutes worth of “entertainment” that is currently on the internet. This is a show so incompetent in its ability to be funny or clever that watching videos of nothing but a guy smoking a pipe would be a better use of your time. That fact that “How it Should Have Ended” is successful is mind blowing. Granted, terrible things sometimes...More

Great Director of the Month: Ang Lee Like most people out there, the first time I had really heard of Ang Lee was when I saw “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.” Not only because it was a foreign film that managed to break box office records and made Lee a winner of many awards (including Best Director at The Director's Guild America). With that movie though many of us had mistakenly felt we had Lee figured out. We figured he was a maker...More

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In Memory
Mickey Rooney (1920-2014)

Movie legend Mickey Rooney has died at age 93. He had been in the movies so long he was one of the last actors alive to have gotten his career started in silent movies (which, now that I think about it, means that there was a missed opportunity for a small part in “The Artist”). He started his career at the young age of twenty one months old when he crawled on stage while his parents were performing. They lifted him up, introduced him...More

From Disk to Digital
Private Moose and Steamboys

This week's installment has moose, steamboys, and unlikely privates! Army privates, not the other...never mind.

Top Ten Best Films of 2013

The best of the best...

Top Ten Worst Films of 2013

...and the worst of the worst.

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