Friday , 27 February 2015

Rosewater, Press Oppression in Iran

Rosewater, Press Oppression in Iran

  Helming his first ever movie as the director of Rosewater, Jon Stewart of TV’s “The Daily Show” takes on the huge task of depicting journalistic persecution as his subject. ...

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Poker Night, a Twisted Thriller

Poker Night, a Twisted Thriller

  There hasn't been this many twists in a film since Inception, and in Poker Night they all work. The edgy little DVD has the ‘full house’ of twisted thrillers, good acting, ...

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RPG, Choose Your New Body

RPG, Choose Your New Body

  The film RPG theatrical release called "Real Playing Game" features a new concept in being forever young. Now on DVD for the first time, the movie has a creative storyline ...

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Timbuktu, Intense and Compelling

Timbuktu, Intense and Compelling

  The movie opens with a young gazelle running in the sand dunes of Timbuktu. Chasing the beautiful docile animal in a pickup truck are members of the Jihadists shooting thei ...

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American Sniper, a Gutwrenching Drama

American Sniper, a Gutwrenching Drama

  Review by Alyn Darnay The late Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle was a certified American hero. Four tours of duty in the hottest combat zones in modern history. He was a motivat ...

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