Category: John at the Movies

Film Coverage from SXSW 2015

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John at the Movies had the opportunity to attend one of North America’s biggest film festivals of the year.  Here are a few films worth seeking out: Trainwreck Amy Schumer plays a woman with a deep fear of monogamy, a

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‘Run All Night’ Review

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A former hitman has to protect his son from his mob boss pal after a drug deal goes awry.  The guy who directed Liam Neeson in last year’s Non-Stop, teams up with aging action star again for Run All Night,

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‘Chappie’ Review

An engineer gives a futuristic robot the gift of sentience, but when a group of thugs steal the machine they try to turn him into a weapon.  Neill Blomkamp’s Chappie offers up an interesting sci-fi setup, but never figures out

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‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’ Review

A young hoodlum’s life takes a dramatic and dangerous turn when a clandestine society of well-dressed super spies recruit him for a place in their organization. While he attempts to land a coveted spot on the team, a ruthless billionaire

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‘Inherent Vice’ Review

Director Paul Thomas Anderson takes us on a seemingly incoherent journey through L.A. in the early 70’s with Inherent Vice, a stoner noir that features more red herrings than actual clues.

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