G.I. Joe Appeals to the Inner Child — and Not Much Else

By Coyle Neal on March 28, 2013

Review of G.I. Joe: Retaliation, Directed by Jon Chu Cobra Commander has escaped from a high security prison, the evil Zartan is impersonating the President, and all but four of the G.I. Joes have been killed. It seems that nothing…

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The Cat’s in the Cradle and John McClane’s in Russia: A Good Day to Die Hard

By Alexis Neal on February 14, 2013

Review of A Good Day to Die Hard, Directed by John Moore By ALEXIS NEAL Where does our favorite modern-day cowboy go on vacation to get away from it all? Why, Mother Russia, of course, to track down his missing…

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Looper, another view

By Coyle Neal on September 28, 2012

Review of Looper, Directed by Rian Johnson By COYLE NEAL If you’ve seen Timecop, The Butterfly Effect, or any of the Terminator or Back to the Future films, you’ll have a rough idea of the premise behind Looper. In this…

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Looper

By Alexis Neal on September 28, 2012

Review of Looper, Directed by Rian Johnson By ALEXIS NEAL It’s 2042, thirty years before time travel is finally invented (or do I mean discovered?) and immediately outlawed. But as with most illegal technologies, prohibition does not equal eradication, and…

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The Rocks Cry Out: Finding the Gospel in (Very) Unexpected Places

By Alexis Neal on July 23, 2012

Review of Die Hard, Directed by John McTiernan By ALEXIS NEAL Once upon a time, a man and a woman were married.  Then one day, the woman left her husband.  She moved far away and started a new life without…

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