Let’s start with the good: The Last Witch Hunter isn’t as bad as I, Frankenstein. Oh, you want a longer list? Oh, ok… Hm… The visual effects are pretty decent in this world full of magic and glowing eyes. What else… Vin Diesel is quite an imposing figure holding a blazing sword below a stylistic […]
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In this edition of “For You Renting Pleasure” we’re going with two representations of love that couldn’t be further from each other in both tone and effectiveness.
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Zac: Eleven years after we were first whisked away to Middle Earth, Peter Jackson is taking us back with The Hobbit. While it might not match it’s LOTR predecessors, it is still a joy to be back in this world and on another adventure through new and familiar corners of Middle Earth. Lauren: …says Zac.
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Shane Acker’s feature length debut is a bit of a half baked idea paired with astonishing visuals that in the end overcomes most of its short comings with its imagination and originality. 9 awakens in a world destroyed by war and immediately is thrown into an adventure to not only save a new friend, but […]
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When it was announced that Peter Jackson, a small time and rather unknown Kiwi director, was going to be taking over the reigns of one of the most sought after and daunting film tasks in the history of cinema many didn’t expect a whole lot. But one came out of this man’s mind is an […]
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This is a great collection of short films that rarely let down at all while giving you a fun visual tour of both love and Paris. Since there are a number of people involved I will just go over my favorite entries, but just know that there are few that will let you down. The […]
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