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The Butler: Two Roads Divided (Movie Review)

Over the last year, I’ve seen 42, Fruitvale Station, 12 Years A Slave, and Django Unchained. Each of them presented a time period in American history where racism and prejudice caused great pain, even death, as the country struggled through toward civil rights for everyone … Continue reading

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Prisoners: Battling The Darkness (Movie Review)

I’m a fan of Hugh Jackman and Terrence Howard, but I went to Prisoners reluctantly. It looked like Taken only with more of an exploratory moral conscience. If you’ve seen the trailer, you know it’s dark, as the two aforementioned actors play fathers whose daughters … Continue reading

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Dead Man Down: Vengeance Requires Payment (Movie Review)

Even the most broken heart can be mended.–Darcy How can a film with Colin Farrell, Terence Howard, and Noomi Rapace be “under the radar?” Dwarfed in marketing by Oz the Great and Powerful, Dead Man Down didn’t have a chance. But for … Continue reading

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