cinema reviews

The REAL Hero of BIG HERO 6

I must have been in the wrong mood when I saw Big Hero 6 in the theater. My recollection was “meh” but when I viewed it again for a
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Guardians of the Galaxy Review: part 2

Life and death, frustration and loss..for a fun family film, Guardians of the Galaxy starts off with a a heavy tone that’s quite the contrast to the otherwise rollicking soundtrack. Are
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Guardians of the Galaxy Review: Part 1

It’s rare that we have a guest reviewer for Cinemagogue, let alone one as insightful and discerning as this fella. He also has a unique insider’s view on The Guardians of
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14 movies for 2014: The Cinemagogue Lineup

Once again, it’s that time of year when Hollywood’s snobbery surfaces with Oscar-sized pats on the back for pretentious cinematic achievements that didn’t make much money… Okay, that’s harsh, but
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The Problem of (Deliver us From) EVIL

The latest horror entry from director Scott Derrickson, Deliver us from Evil, is not the strongest entry in the horror genre. However, as one part police procedural with the
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Oh God… You’re in my Fiction?

Nury Vittachi recently published an article on the Science 2.0 website entitled “Scientists Discover that atheists might not exist, and that’s not a joke“ and, while the article talks
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X-Men: Reviews of Future Podcast

Sometimes you need to do things as a team. Wolverine learned this over the course of seven films, and now goes back to disciple the man who discipled him

Cutting to the Core: Finding the Meta-narrative

In 2008 I was asked to write an article for Collide Magazine. In a lot of ways this treatise on story served as a primer for what would eventually

Never LEGO of hope for reconciliation

“Nobody ever said I was special!” – President Business In our last look at The LEGO Movie (soon to be on Blu-ray/DVD) there will be *a lot of spoilers* (you’ve been