Articles Posted March 2011

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    Michael Rooker Supports Award Winning Documentary about A Comedian : “Dying to do Letterman”

    By Cristina Daniela of the website: Genuine Admirer Michael Rooker has the image of one of the toughest guys around. Let’s face it, he looks like he could break you in half solely by glaring at you a little. Thank God that first impression is not true. A genuinely nice guy at heart, Rooker has […]

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    Sucker Punch (2011) – A Trailer Review

    Review by Kaleb Andrew Paul Wilson From director Zack Snyder comes Sucker Punch starring Emily Browning and Scott Glenn. From the trailer, the film has interesting visuals, music and good acting. The trailer shows quick-paced actions shots set to loud music. The plot focuses on a girl who after locked in a mental asylum is […]

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    Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011) – A Trailer Review

    Review by Kaleb Andrew Paul Wilson Returning after a 4 year long absence are Johnny Depp and Geoffrey Rush starring in Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides. Johnny Depp returns in his break-out and Academy Award Nominated role as Captain Jack Sparrow. In this next adventure, Jack has begun his search for the legendary […]

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    Red Riding Hood (2011) – A Review

    Review by Kaleb Andrew Paul Wilson Being surprised by another film I had not looked into, my friend had decided to view Red Riding Hood. A dark film based on the original tale of which many know of. The film is based around a wolf that terrorizes a town. Without going into far too much […]

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    I Am Number Four (2011) – A Review

    Review by Kaleb Andrew Paul Wilson Short synopsis: John is an extraordinary teen, masking his true identity and passing as a typical high school student to elude a deadly enemy seeking to destroy him. Three like him have already been killed … he is Number Four. After my second viewing of Rango (2011), I walked […]

  • unknown

    Unknown (2011) – A Review

    Review by Kaleb Andrew Paul Wilson Venturing into my local film theater on February 28 of the year 2011, I sat in the second most seated room, ready to watch Liam Neeson return to the big screen in what was sure to be a rip-roaring action fest. It was minute later that the lights dimmed […]

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    The Walking Dead

    The Walking Dead blasted onto AMC and proceeded to break television records with the large audience viewings from it’s short six episodes. AMC has been kind enough to re-run the episodes again several times with long marathons of the six episodes in a row. If you missed the original airings and those marathons and want […]

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    Rango Movie Review

    Review by Kaleb Andrew Paul Wilson After venturing today to the local movie theater and taking a seat inside a packed room, Auditorium 1, with mostly young children and myself, with a few family members, the film Rango started to play. Without spoiling anything, after a wild, wacky, hilarious thrill ride, I left the theater […]