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Pump: The Movie

by Beth October 22, 2014

Kicking our foreign oil habit has been a topic of conversation since at least the early 1970’s, when U.S. drivers first encountered the effects of two separate oil crises when they went to fill up at the pump. While the idea of using compressed natural gas as an alternative fuel has been around for nearly […]


Frankie & Alice

by Matt October 19, 2014

At last: Halle Berry plays a Southern white woman who hates Jews.


Lucy: Scarlet Johansson’s Vagina Shall Envelop Us All

by Vandel October 17, 2014

Scarlett Johansson and the Cerebral Capacities! Live at Casino Morongo!


Transformers: Age of Extinction Review

by Vandel October 10, 2014




by Matt October 5, 2014

“Love: a temporary insanity curable by marriage.” – Ambrose Bierce


Gone Girl

by Sarah October 5, 2014

  In case you haven’t noticed, everyone is freaking out about the movie Gone Girl. Who’s everyone? Well, for starters, people who have read the book (not me) and people who love David Fincher movies (me). This was evidenced by the crowd I was with at the noon showing on opening day – a bunch […]

First things first – This is Where I Leave You is not a comedy.

This is Where I Leave You

by Sarah September 27, 2014

First things first – This is Where I Leave You is not a comedy. Sure, there are funny moments in the movie, many of which are featured in the trailer, but believe me when I tell you: this movie is sort of a downer. If you’ve read Jonathan Tropper’s novel upon which the movie was […]


Coherence Review

by Vandel September 21, 2014

Far out, man.

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The Drop

by Goat September 17, 2014

The Drop is a tight and intriguing movie starring the late, great James Gandolfini and Tom Hardy. It is not surprising that it is one of the best movies of 2014.  The movie is based on a short story about an animal rescue, but it’s essence was really about the sparsely-revealed forces that drive Bob, the quiet […]


Waigaren Cinema- Nu Sheng Su She (Inside the Girls)

by Devon Pack September 17, 2014

It’s not easy attending medical school when your shower hall is apparently haunted by the ghost of a woman who committed suicide in your dorm room. This is a mystery movie being marketed as a horror movie. It’s all solidly PG-13, and it’s lacking in any real scariness, but it makes up for it with a very twisty plot and a well-portrayed final villain