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Howard Deutch’s return to teen drama after Pretty in Pink shows him again in top form in his sophomore effort. John Hughes also brings his top writing game, providing probably even more memorable dialogue. They were also able to bring their full creative vision of

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A common misconception is that John Hughes directed the romantic comedy Pretty in Pink. The famed director did serve as scriptwriter, so his touches are sprinkled throughout this Brat Pack feature. However, director Howard Deutch handled his script well enough to land a charming debut

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French Retrowave/EBM artist Sierra marks her first video release with a riveting short-film drawing influence from David Fincher and Stieg Larsson’s cold-blooded, violent crime stories. The music video for ‘All About Love’ is a suspenseful, bloody tale about the search for identity, love and bloody murder. Strap

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What makes a film art? Is it subtext? The collage of mediums blanketed onto film with music and mood layering the textures, emotions and the suspension of disbelief? Well, the time has come. Yes, I did forget but, I remember now.  This month's Retro Movie is

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I am back!!!!! Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence, known in Japan as just Innocence (イノセンス, Inosensu), is a 2004 anime/computer-animated cyberpunk film that serves as a sequel to 1995's Ghost in the Shell. It was co-produced by Production I.G and Studio Ghibli for Tokuma Shoten,

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Fort Apache the Bronx (1981) This will probably be the most serious movie I’ve ever viewed and reviewed for your nostalgic pleasure. Fort Apache the Bronx is a 1981 American crime drama film directed by Daniel Petrie. The film is about a hard-drinking, lonely veteran cop, Murphy

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It seems like during the nineties someone in Hong Kong decided to make a live-action Wicked City adaptation. What could go wrong, right? Well I’m here to give it you and break it down (lightly). The movie is mediocre. It’s bland. The effects leave a lot

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Highlander directed by Russel Mulcahy (The Shadow, The Real McCoy, Razorback) and starring Christopher Lambert, Sean Connery and Clancy Brown as the Kurgan. Set in both medieval Scotland and 1980's New York City and revolves around the centuries old battle between mysterious immortals all in competition

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Awaydays is directed by Pat Holden and stars Stephen Graham. Based on a novel of the same name published in 1998 written by Kevin Sampson. The story of a young adolescent who joins a local football firm and becomes a Casual. Running with the pack, he

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