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March 28, 2017 1:41 pm

The Best Movie Soundtracks of All Time

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It’s the little things in life that can have the biggest impacts. That theory applies to movies, too. Although we may not be aware of it at the time, the soundtrack of a movie is often what makes or breaks the film. Music gives us cues about what is about to happen, how to gauge […]

The Worst Movies to Watch With Your Parents

Worst movies to watch with your parents

Movies can catch you by surprise. Sometimes, that’s the best part. But when you’re sitting next to mom or dad, surprises aren’t always ideal. A passionate sex scene, unexpected violence and excessive bad language can ruin your movie experience. It’s that exact reason we made a list of the best movies to watch with your […]

35 Movies to Watch with Your Parents

Looking for movies to watch with your parents? We know the feeling. The family gathers in the TV room. Staring at the blank screen, someone asks, “what should we watch?” But it’s not a question of action or comedy, but which movies to watch with your parents. Of course, you desperately want to avoid sex […]

Forgotten Animated Movies That Aren’t Disney!

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A collection of animated movies on DVD may line the shelves of TV rooms, but what about those forgotten VHS gems? When you had to “be kind and rewind” your Blockbuster rentals rather than stream movies instantly on Netflix. When family movie nights were the highlight of your week. When you never complained about poor […]

Review: Hard Sun

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“Hard Sun” tells a story about 23 year old Ruth who assumes primary guardianship of her special needs brother Riley after the death of her parents. However,as she attempts to balance her new life with her brother and her own blossoming romance, it becomes painfully clear that life will only make room for one. Written […]

Review: Under Gottsunda by Swedish director Viktor Johansson

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Under Gottsunda is a feature film about kids growing up in Gottsunda, a housing project in Uppsala, Sweden. Directed by acclaimed Swedish author Viktor Johansson this story explores the hidden world of transitioning into adulthood and growing up unheard. Viktor Johansson’s latest book The Dark Sport is the basis his feature debut Under Gottsunda. The entire […]

Well-Established Plot Turns “Transcendence” From Adequate To Enjoyable

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When Transcendence was released on BluRay on the 22nd, I ran straight to my computer to watch it on Google Play. Granted, I had not had the opportunity to read much of what it was about. However, the prospect of a combination of Johnny Depp’s acting skill and a sci-fi feature dealing with artificial intelligence […]

Review: Noah Is Short On Biblical Accuracy but Long On Action and Special Effects

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Growing up as the son of a Baptist minister was instrumental in defining the things I know and the way I live my life. Granted, I have taken a different religious path since I struck out on my own. However, the information and basic teachings are always something that have stuck with me down through […]

Rewind Review: V for Vendetta

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V for Vendetta Film Forecaster rating: 3.5/5 reels. Director: James McTeigue Notable Cast Members:  Hugo Weaving, Natalie Portman, Rupert Graves Genres: Action | Sci-Fi | Thriller Motion Picture Rating (MPAA): R Remember, remember, the fifth of November.   In honor of the famous quote from V for Vendetta, in regards to Guy Fawkes, Film Forecaster decided to feature this action thriller! V for […]

Gravity (2013)

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Movie Director: Alfonso Cuaron Actors: Sandra Bullock, George Clooney   Watching the trailer I didn’t know what to expect from this movie and I suppose that everyone felt the same. Of course both the synopsis and the trailer couldn’t reveal too much except for the obvious: an astronaut and a medical engineer find themselves drifting […]

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