Thursday , 18 September 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
“Laughing to the Bank” A Brian Hooks Comedy

“Laughing to the Bank” A Brian Hooks Comedy

  A comedy of situations called Laughing to the Bank has been released on DVD.  The raunchy little ditty with its low budget does a fairly good job of entertaining in spite of its clichéd script. ...

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“3 Days to Kill” An Action Spy Thriller

“3 Days to Kill” An Action Spy Thriller

  Emotionally and action charged 3 Days to Kill features a fine cast, direction by McG and top notch cinematography.  The CIA thriller follows a script by Luc Beeson who also oversaw the movie as ...

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“The Invoking” A Low Budget Thriller

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  While I’m a big fan of horror, my criticism gets to be quite intense. If the story and production are good, I’m the first one to commend the filmmakers.  When it sinks below par however, it won ...

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“Robocop” Exciting Action Entertainment

“Robocop” Exciting Action Entertainment

  Although quite predictable, Robocop does entertain.  Targeted to the tweens, teens and twenties, the movie gets right into the action from the beginning, lags somewhat in the middle then ends w ...

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“Winter’s Tale” Miracles and Mayhem

“Winter’s Tale” Miracles and Mayhem

  Miracles and Mayhem cloud Winter’s Tale, a romantic saga that’s extremely predictable and falls short on acting.  The film tries to be a mystery of sorts and almost achieves its goal, until the ...

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