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‘Jurassic World’ Review

When Jurassic Park came out in 1993, the film became an instant classic not just for its spectacle but also for its themes about nature and the hubris of man. It had a colorful cast of characters who filled a wide spectrum of opinions regarding the ethics of dinosaur cloning and its commercial use. By…

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Poster for John Green’s Paper Towns revealed!

20th Century Fox has unveiled the poster for the upcoming young adult film Paper Towns! The film is an adaptation of the novel by The Fault in Our Stars author John Green and stars Nat Wolff and Cara Delevingne.   Synopsis: "Paper Towns is a coming-of-age story centering on Quentin (Nat Wolff) and his enigmatic neighbor Margo…

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Most Anticipated Films of 2015 Part I

With the 2014-2015 Awards Season officially over, it is now time to look forward to the near future. MUCH has been written about 2015 in film. Various outlets have predicted it to be the greatest and most profitable year in recent history. This optimism is largely attributed to the sheer number of familiar and prestigious blockbuster…

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87th Academy Awards Predictions

The 2014-2015 Awards Season has been a rather dull and uneventful one. After an exhilarating Golden Globes, every other awards show has been pretty much a domino effect reflection of the former. It’s all too lineal and unitary. I’d take the typical 50-50 split between the Globes-BAFTA winners and the Guild-Oscar ones any day compared to…

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Taken 3 Review

This time, the only thing getting taken is your patience. While Olivier Megaton’s Taken 3 is much better compared to its very disappointing predecessor, it is still largely mediocre. The film is nothing but a haphazardly edited race to franchise death. Like Megaton’s Taken 2, Taken 3 suffers from the dilemma of squeezing content out…

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That Thing Called Tadhana Review

That Thing Called Tadhana is a breath of fresh air in an industry filled with uninspiring romantic comedies.  It strips away the excesses of the genre and sticks to its essential (but forgotten) core: genuine human connection. As an avid fan of Jadaone, I was lucky enough to attend a Q&A screening of the film…

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