Matthew McConaughey: ‘Wear the Damn Mask’ if You Want to See Next Year — CauseACTION Clarion

On the Fourth of July, actor Matthew McConaughey suggested that in order to see America’s next birthday, everyone needs to “wear the damn mask.” “Happy 244th birthday, America. We is going through some growing pains on this one, aren’t we?” said McConaughey in an Instagram video posted on Saturday. “But growing pains are a good thing, […]

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Kong: Skull Island (Movie) – 2017 —

Well, there we were in 2017. Watching King Kong starring Loki, Nick Fury, Wreck It Ralph, Sully, and Captain Marvel. And boy was this movie a fun ride! The film stars Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L. Jackson, Toby Kebbell, John C. Riley, John Goodman, and Brie Larson. The plot is that photographer Bill Randa(Goodman[Carl Denham equivalent]) […]

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‘Saving Private Ryan’: The Best War Film of All Time? — Annlyel Online

I had heard about Saving Private Ryan but never felt compelled to watch it. All I knew was that it was a war movie starring Tom Hanks. On July 3 I watched it for the first time on TBS and was shaken to my very core by the power, grittiness, and at times disturbingly realistic portrayal of […]

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Celebrate X-Men’s 20th Anniversary with Wolverine vs. Mystique | IGN — Flag of Ulysses

Here at IGN we occasionally like to showcase something from geekdom’s rich history — a pop-culture Time Capsule, if you will, that gives us a peek in to the past, perhaps providing a new appreciation for previous projects. If you’d like, please check out the past few Time Capsules: Check out the first Star Wars […]

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Sin City/ Sin City: A Dame to Kill For Analysis — Louis’ Media — FAN FICTION Film and Writing Festival

Film Noir with Style Based on the noir graphic novels by the personification of “Old Man Yells at Cloud”, Frank Miller and directed by Robert Rodriguez (Alita: Battle Angel, Spy Kids), Sin City acts as a new adult, stylistic take on the classic film noir now full of Frank Miller-isms. Both movies were filmed entirely […] […]

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‘The Mandalorian’ Season 2: Robert Rodriguez Confirmed As Director — Deadline

The galaxy is far, far away, but the time is now: On May the Fourth, Robert Rodriguez finally is confirmed as director for Season 2 of Disney+’s The Mandalorian. The Sin City and Spy Kids filmmaker today tweeted a photo of himself with “the biggest star in the universe.” Baby Shark? No, Baby Yoda. “I am truly humbled […]

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Classic Movie Of The Week: Bringing Up Baby (1938) — Wildfire Movies

Starring: Katherine Hepburn, Cary Grant, Charlie Ruggles Director: Howard Hughes A bit of a commercial failure on release, this madcap screwball comedy starring Katherine Hepburn, Cary Grant and a leopard has become an absolute classic. Full of whipsmart and snappy dialogue, crazy situations and excellent and charismatic leads, this is one to treasure. Full review […]

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Classic Movie Of The Week: Shock Corridor (1963) — Wildfire Movies

Starring: Peter Breck, Constance Towers, Gene Evans, James Best, Hari Rhodes Director: Samuel Fuller A 60’s era exploitation B movie that’s full of hysteria and excellent camera work, this film purports to lift the lid on the insane asylums of America with the story of a journalist undercover in a mental institution to solve a […]

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Classic Movie Of The Week: The Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp (1943) — Wildfire Movies

Starring: Roger Livesy, Deborah Kerr, Anton Walbrook Director: Powell and Pressburger An epic of war, friendship, romance and historical upheaval. The Life and Death Of Colonel Blimp is a 40’s era saga of a British general who has outlived his usefulness, when there is no longer honour in war. Full review below

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