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Is Breaking The Fourth Wall Good For The WWE?

0 Submitted by on Thu, 21 September 2017, 14:59
“Kayfabe” is a word that doesn’t hold as much meaning as it used to. The term means “treating the events in professional wrestling as true and real,” that what is seen in a show was 100% authentic as opposed to a staged production imitating an actual sports competition. For decades kayfabe was protected, wrestlers were expected to be in character Continue Reading...
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‘The Garage Sale’ Review

1 Submitted by on Sat, 09 September 2017, 12:00
When trying to describe an interactive movie, the first thought that might come to one’s mind is TellTale’s The Walking Dead or Quantic Dream’s Heavy Rain. However, this is not the case for The Garage Sale. While a tutorial of sorts is required to understand how to navigate the movie, it is a true cinematic experience. The film follows three Continue Reading...
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‘Bad Black’ Review – Fantasia Fest 2017

0 Submitted by on Thu, 07 September 2017, 10:59
Bad Black straight from Wakaliwood! This fun gem is one of the few Ugandan forays into the action film genre. Supposedly costing $65 and taking five years to make, this still shows the passionate effort of the filmmakers and the people in the town where it took place. Sure, it has bad special effects, hammy acting, and is a little difficult Continue Reading...
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‘Savage Dog’ Review – Fantastia Fest 2017

0 Submitted by on Thu, 07 September 2017, 09:59
Savage Dog is a good ole martial arts flick, though it should be noted that it is on the gritty realism side of the genre. So instead of wire-fu and magic there is just punching, kicking, and shooting. In Indochina during the 1950s’ and is about Martin Tillman who is a war criminal imprisoned in a makeshift facility run by Continue Reading...
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‘I Do…Until I Don’t’ Review

1 Submitted by on Tue, 05 September 2017, 16:59
Modernism in the face of post-modernism. Yes, it’s a heady (and obnoxious) way to start off a review of a romantic comedy, but Lake Bell’s I Do…Until I Don’t is not your traditional romantic comedy. Much more than its genre trappings, the movie wisely uses its runtime and tropes to examine the conflict between the growing movement of individualism versus Continue Reading...
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Annecy Animated Film Festival: ‘Ana y Bruno’ Review

1 Submitted by on Fri, 25 August 2017, 16:59
Though appearing to be influenced by such animated works as “Coraline” and “Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends,” “Ana y Bruno,” director Carlos Carrera’s first animated feature film, fails to achieve half of what made those two animated projects so good in the first place. The movie opens with little girl named Ana arriving with her mom at a mental institution. Continue Reading...
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Annecy Animated Film Festival: ‘A Silent Voice’ Review

0 Submitted by on Tue, 15 August 2017, 12:59
‘A Silent Voice’ focuses on a life of a young boy, Shōya Ishida. His class is introduced to a new student named Shōko, a deaf girl who communicates by writing things in her notebook. While she fascinates most kids in the class, Shōya prefers to mock her, which soon turns into bullying, and it’s not long before other classmates join Continue Reading...
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The Top Five Reasons Why the “Duck-Verse” Is Disney’s Greatest Creation

1 Submitted by on Fri, 11 August 2017, 17:59
August 12, 2017 will see the premiere of the new Ducktales series starring the fantastic David Tennant as Uncle Scrooge. It will run for twenty-four hours straight on Disney XD. As the internet is a buzz with excitement about the show’s reboot/return, I thought it would be a great time to talk about the Duckberg gang being even more important Continue Reading...
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Annecy Animated Film Festival: ‘In this Corner of the World’ Review

0 Submitted by on Wed, 09 August 2017, 16:59
While “Loving Vincent” was the best thing I’ve seen visually this year at the Annecy Animated Film Festival, “In this Corner of the World” had the best narrative. This 2016 anime by Suano Katabuchi is set in  Japan during World War II, and focuses on Suzu, a young artist. After an arranged marriage to a soldier, Suzu moves with her Continue Reading...
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