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  • Papa Hemingway in Cuba, Intimate and Daring

    Papa Hemingway in Cuba, Intimate and Daring0

      A bold time capsule of Ernest Hemingway’s life in Cuba gets revealed through the eyes of a reporter who lived it in the film Papa Hemingway in Cuba. Richly shot in the estranged county, the movie delves into the Pulitzer and Nobel Prize winning writer’s intimate lifestyle on the island in the 1950’s. Taught,

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  • Green Room, An Edge of Your Seat Thriller

    Green Room, An Edge of Your Seat Thriller0

      Fear and terror come into the lives of a punk rock band in Green Room, a gripping film with a sure fire plot for suspense lovers. The intense plot reminds me of the movie Hostel where three trapped travelers have to find a way out of a maze of horror. Maybe not as gory,

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  • The American Side, a Snappy Mystery Filled with Intrigue

    The American Side, a Snappy Mystery Filled with Intrigue0

      This mystery sets out as a routine blackmail, but turns into a thriller involving the government and those that want to get rich quick. And then there’s a suicide at Niagara Falls that all leads to The American Side. Much like the gumshoe J.J. Gittes in Chinatown with the same kind of pace and

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  • The Curse of Sleeping Beauty and the 5-Million Mile Drop

    The Curse of Sleeping Beauty and the 5-Million Mile Drop0

    [mks_progressbar name=”ACED Says…” level=”Overall Rating 65%” value=”65″ height=”20″ color=”#dd3333″ style=”rounded”] This is not your mother’s Sleeping Beauty … The Curse of Sleeping Beauty has a perfect mix of magical beauty and scary thrills. I promise, you’ll never look at a mannequin quite the same again.

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  • The Huntsman: Winter’s War, An Icy Tale of Two Kingdoms

    The Huntsman: Winter’s War, An Icy Tale of Two Kingdoms0

      While the special effects are very good in The Huntsman: Winter’s War, the story, direction and the acting leave a lot to be desired. CGI plays a big part in the film and for the most part it carries its own weight, so much so that it gets wasted. The romantic plot gets a

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  • The Jungle Book, A Cool Bolder Version of a Classic Story

    The Jungle Book, A Cool Bolder Version of a Classic Story0

      I’m not sure if this is exactly what Rudyard Kipling would have wanted his children’s book to be like on the big screen, but Director/producer Jon Favreau turns family viewing up a notch with a darker version of the 1997 animated The Jungle Book. Using live action with a copious amounts of computer generated

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