Anything Is Possible- My Review

Ethan Bortnick is a child prodigy, having begun playing the piano at age 3 and composing songs at age 5, and now he is making his film debut in Anything Is Possible at age 12. Ethan not only stars in … Continue reading

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Surgery Update

I suppose it is time I posted an update after my hip replacement surgery on May 28th. Everything went perfectly, and I was in minimal pain, thanks to great morphine! Much to my surprise, I was ready to be discharged … Continue reading

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Scheduled for Hip Replacement Surgery

I am scheduled for surgery on May 28th to get my second hip replacement performed. My first one was replaced in 2007 and now, 5 1/2 years later, my other hip has worn out. I guess that’s what happens from … Continue reading

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Oblivion with Tom Cruise- My Review

Tom Cruise storms back onto the silver screen in what I feel could be the best movie he’s made in decades! Set in a post-apocalyptic Earth in the late 21st century, the seamless special effects and CGI along with the … Continue reading

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Spring Breakers- My Review

The timing for the release of “Spring Breakers” is perfect if the production company wanted to frighten parents into cancelling their teenage kids’ reservations to be part of this year’s Spring Break in Florida, or if they wanted to ensure … Continue reading

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The Host- My Review

In the newest inter-species love story from Stephanie Meyer, author of the “Twilight” saga, “THE HOST” starts out in the not-to-distant future with Earth being the perfect planet with no pollution, no wars, no crime, nothing but peace and tranquility, … Continue reading

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Family Weekend- My Review & Interviews

When everyone in her family forgets about coming to see her jumping in her school’s jump-roping championship competition and misses seeing her win to advance to the upcoming state championships, in spite of her leaving reminder notes posted everywhere around … Continue reading

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Admission with Tina Fey- My Review

Paul Rudd, Tina Fey, and Lily Tomlin stumble their way through this farcical romantic comedy that doesn’t have much romance or comedy, except a few zingers delivered by Ms. Tomlin. The basic premise of the movie is that everyone in … Continue reading

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The Call with Halle Berry- My Review

It must be nerve wracking and heart wrenching to be a 911 operator and to be listening to people through the phone going through an emergency situation and you can’t do anything more than dispatch the appropriate emergency services to … Continue reading

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Olympus Has Fallen- My Review

I sincerely hope that we never see the graphic images for real that are brilliantly portrayed in the action-thriller movie, “OLYMPUS HAS FALLEN”! Gerard Butler gives the best performance of his career in this non-stop action adventure that does the … Continue reading

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Oz the Great and Powerful- My Review

This is the first movie I’ve seen this year that deserves my 4 BUCKET rating as the first MUST SEE MOVIE of 2013! Sam Raimi has done an amazing job of breathing life into the classic “Wizard of Oz” storyline … Continue reading

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Jack The Giant Slayer- My Review

Nicholas Hoult is in his second movie of the year following the recent hit “Warm Bodies” with the first action-adventure movie of the year, “Jack The Giant Slayer”! With his supporting cast which includes: Ewan McGregor, in the best role … Continue reading

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My Review- Snitch with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson

Based on a true story, “Snitch” is the story of how far a father will go to protect his son after his son gets arrested for doing a favor for a friend by accepting a package from a delivery man … Continue reading

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My Review- A Good Day to Die Hard

Bruce Willis welcomed the audience to the red carpet event in New York City along with Jai Courtney, who plays his son in this latest addition to the DIE HARD series, which began 25 long years ago as just “something … Continue reading

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My Review- Safe Haven

In spite of being a love story about a bereaved family slowly falling in love with a pretty blonde drifter who appears in their town as she’s on the run after committing an apparent crime and fleeing the scene, this … Continue reading

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My Review- Side Effects

Channing Tatum is back on the big screen in this latest collaboration between him and Steven Soderbergh since “Magic Mike”. “Side Effects” co-stars Jude Law, Rooney Mara, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Channing Tatum and is a psycho-thriller with more twists and … Continue reading

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My Review- Warm Bodies

Zombies are the new vampires with the popularity of the TV show, The Walking Dead. “Warm Bodies” offers an interesting twist on the romantic comedy genre with Nicolas Hoult, best known for his role as Tony on the British TV … Continue reading

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Movies I’m looking forward to in 2013!

In watching the previews of upcoming movies, some have stood out that I’m really looking forward to seeing on the big screen, so I thought that I would share them here with you. So here’s my picks of the best … Continue reading

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My Review- The Hobbit, An Unexpected Journey

Director Peter Jackson has once again risen to the task of converting J.R.R. Tolkein’s classic novel, THE HOBBIT into a cinematic epic in this first installment of 3 spectacular movies sure to become a timeless addition to the already iconic … Continue reading

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My Review- Parental Guidance

Comedy geniuses Billy Crystal and Bette Midler team up for the first time in “Parental Guidance” which pits old school parenting against the new politically correct permissive attitudes. The movie starts out with Artie Decker (Billy Crystal) in the announcer’s … Continue reading

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