Monthly Archives: February 2014

The TV Weekly #107: Top 10 Favorite Oscar Moments

With the Academy Awards coming up this Sunday, I thought this week, it’d be cool to take a look back at some of my personal favorite moments from the Academy Awards. I didn’t start watching the Oscars until 2003 but

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The Entire DC-Uary/DC-Ember

Well, now that DC-Uary has come to its’ end, you can now relive allĀ 125 reviews right here all for your viewing pleasure… Superman & The Mole Men Batman: The Movie Superman: The Movie Superman II Swamp Thing Superman III Supergirl

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DC-Uary #32: Red 2

Let’s wrap up DC-Uary or DC-Ember or whatever the hell this was I’ve been doing? Let’s just wrap it up, it feels like this has been going on for almost three months now (which it has). Okay, what are we

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TATM Classics #4: The Adventures Of Pluto Nash & The Adventures Of Tintin

THE ADVENTURES OF PLUTO NASH (zero stars) (2002) Easily Eddie Murphy’s worst film because at least Norbit offered up some nice makeup effects. This piece of shit has got good actors doing ridiculous bullshit. THE ADVENTURES OF TINTIN **** (2011)

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DC-Uary #31: Man Of Steel

And now we come to what could possibly be the most controversial movie of the entire DC-Uary, Man Of Steel. The latest reboot of the American icon, Superman. After two great movies in the 70s and 80s, the Superman movie

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My Take On… #84: Why Do The Academy Awards Keep Passing Over The Good Movies?

The Academy Awards are this Sunday and they are the biggest movie award show of the year, a tradition that’s been around for 86 years. But it hasn’t been around without its’ major controversies whether it’s with the award show

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DC-Uary #30: The Dark Knight Rises

With DC’s movies run looking like it was heading into oblivion following the disappointing performances of Jonah Hex, Green Lantern and The Losers, DC was hoping that Batman would once again help keep their film future bright when The Dark

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