Month: February 2017

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The Little Engine that would [win]

“Tonight is proof that art has no boundaries, no single language and does not belong to a single faith.  The power of art is that it transcends all these things.” – President of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts &

May I have the envelope, please?

89th Academy Awards Ceremony predictions Greetings from the virtual Red Carpet.  The excitement has been building for weeks and the buzz has centered on several smaller movies nominated for Best Picture, including Damien Chazelle’s “La La Land” and Theodore Melfi’s

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Testing social media connections.

REVIEW: John Wick Chapter 2 by Brian Wallinger

Chock full of action and stunning set pieces, Chad Stahleski’s follow-up to the mega-successful “John Wick” picks up immediately where the original film left off, dog intact.  Presumably, he has left his shadowy life as an assassin behind when his

REVIEW – xXx: Return of Xander Cage by Brian Wallinger

January is always a strange month for film.  As the major Oscar contenders slowly expand out across the country, fresh off their December debuts big budget fare such as D. J. Caruso’s (“Eagle Eye”, “The Disappointments Room”) “xXx:  Return of