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Geeks@Large Episode 35: Back From The Dead!

0 Submitted by on Tue, 30 October 2018, 10:45
It’s been awhile, hasn’t it? Yes, after a bit of an unexpected hiatus, the G@L gang has returned! To make up for lost time, Taylor, Steven, and Neil discuss a variety of topics, including the new Venom film, Sony’s Spider-Man video game and a bunch of trailers for upcoming films! Check out Geeks@Large on Twitter! Check out our movie commentaries Continue Reading...
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Screener Squad: Border

0 Submitted by on Fri, 26 October 2018, 10:51
The Screener Squad has embarked on another international mission to review this CannesĀ Un Certain Regard-winning film. Adapted from a short story by John Ajvide Lindqvist (Let the Right One In), we follow a deformed woman who works for the Swedish customs office who meets a man with not only similar deformities but some of the other heightened senses she has Continue Reading...
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Screener Squad: 22 July

0 Submitted by on Fri, 19 October 2018, 08:16
Paul Greengrass has returned with the latest in his series of ‘made too soon’ movies, this time courtesy of Netflix. Centered on the 2011 Norwegian terrorist attacks conducted by Anders Behring Breivik (Anders Danielsen Lie), we follow the story from the bombing and shooting that claimed the lives of 77 people to Breivik’s final courtroom verdict. Can the victims of Continue Reading...
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Screener Squad: Sadie

0 Submitted by on Fri, 19 October 2018, 08:14
Sadie (Sophia Mitri Schloss) doesn’t have it easy. Her dad has been fighting overseas for years, she frustrated with school and now she has found out her mother Rae (Melanie Lynskey) is having an affair with the sketchy mechanic next door named Cyrus (John Gallagher Jr.). Convinced that the only way to fix her family’s problems is to remove Cyrus Continue Reading...
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Screener Squad: Wildlife

0 Submitted by on Fri, 19 October 2018, 08:11
Paul Dano has made the leap from actor to writer/director, alongside his established writer partner Zoe Kazan, in this adaptation of Richard Ford’s 1990 novel. The story revolves around Joe (Ed Oxenbould), a young boy living in Montana during the 1960’s. His father Jerry (Jake Gyllenhaal), after losing his job as a golf attendant, has taken a new job fighting Continue Reading...
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Eye on the Prize Ep 16 – Best Picture Review – Casablanca

0 Submitted by on Fri, 19 October 2018, 06:45
The Prizefighters return to discuss another Best Picture winner! This time, they are going deep into the vault to discuss one of Hollywood’s most beloved films made during the studio system era: Michael Curtiz’s 1942 masterpiece Casablanca. We’re sure you know the story here. Rick Blaine (Humphrey Bogart) runs a cafe in Casablanca, Morocco in 1941, where the city is Continue Reading...
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Screener Squad: Bikini Moon

0 Submitted by on Fri, 12 October 2018, 11:51
Oh boy…this review is going to be a doozy. Justin and Davey discuss this new film Bikini Moon from director Milcho Manchevski (Before the Rain), a faux-documentary where a group of young independent filmmakers come across a mentally unstable Iraq War veteran who calls herself ‘Bikini.’ They soon become fascinated with her and decide to dedicate their time helping her Continue Reading...
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Screener Squad: Thunder Road

0 Submitted by on Fri, 12 October 2018, 11:48
Ever had the loss of a loved one mess with everything in your life? Jim Cummings has apparently, or at least his character does in this movie that Cummings not only played the lead in, but also wrote and directed. Adapting his original short film, we follow Officer Jim who, following a humiliatingly overwrought eulogy at his mother’s funeral, tries Continue Reading...
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Screener Squad: Stella’s Last Weekend

0 Submitted by on Fri, 12 October 2018, 11:43
How does one prepare for the impending death of a family dog? Why, by throwing a goodbye party for them while dealing with love triangles of course! Written, directed by and starring Polly Draper (thirtysomething), the film follows two brothers named Jack and Oliver, played by real-life brothers Nat and Alex Wolff respectively, planing for one last weekend with their Continue Reading...
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