Monday , 24 November 2014

About John Delia

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    John Delia has been on all sides of the movie business from publications to film making. He has worked as a film critic with ACED Magazine for 9 years and earned a Bachelors degree in communications from the University of Florida. John is a member of the South Eastern Film Critics Association. He serves as the film editor of Aced Magazine. Follow John on Twitter @staragent1 or send him a message at jdelia@acedmagazine.com
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  A creative romantic comedy with a nicely complicated story Chinese Puzzle turns up the heat this weekend.  Connecting the two most romantic cities in the world, Paris and New York, the film lay ...

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A Million Laughs in ‘Million Ways to Die”

A Million Laughs in ‘Million Ways to Die”

  Taking his comedy show to the Arizona desert, Seth MacFarlane presents A Million Ways to Die in the West.  It’s a rollicking comedy that has more pratfalls than his previous film, even though T ...

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A Heartrending Story ‘Saving Grace B. Jones’

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  Disturbing and yet inspirational, the movie Saving Grace B. Jones creates a compelling story of decisions and reconciliation. Based on true events the film starts with a very uplifting story th ...

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“Blended” a Mixed Up Comedy

“Blended” a Mixed Up Comedy

Review by John Delia, Jr Blind dates can be a nightmare, especially when both parties go into the date thinking that it will fail. Blended shows a different view of putting two different families toge ...

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“Belle” a Film in its Own Class

“Belle” a Film in its Own Class

Review by Alyn Darnay     I know it sounds funny but if ‘Jane Austin’ and ‘Downton Abbey’ had a mixed-race child out of wedlock, this film would be that child. BELLE is a film in it’s own cl ...

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