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I like movies where you can safely say that you’ve never seen anything like it before. Oscar caliber movies are fun to watch because they’re incredibly well-executed and touch on worthy themes, but no matter how good something like American Hustle was last year, you know you’ve seen something like it before. Occasionally Oscar caliber […]

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Last week, I was one of the many moviegoers who watched a film at home (legally) in place of going to a theater. That film was The Interview, the new Seth Rogen/James Franco comedy that’s somehow caused even more controversy than The Passion of the Christ. As I’m sure you’re aware, The Interview caused a cyberterrorist threat towards movie theaters […]

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Top 10 Films of 2014

December 29, 2014 No Comments

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This wasn’t as good a year as last year for film, but the ones at the top (my top 4) will live on in legend, or at least mine, for years to come. 1. Boyhood Richard Linklater is the greatest American director working today and Boyhood is his magnum opus, encompassing everything that marks his […]

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Although there are still many 2014 films that I have yet to see (Inherent Vice and Selma come to mind), here’s a top ten of the films from this year that I’ve seen so far: 1. Edge of Tomorrow. One of the most inventive, original, and entertaining big budget films I’ve ever seen. It’s a shame that more people […]

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