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Hearing the phrase "There is no fate..." for the 7th time brings one to the realization. They've been re-making their own fate time and time again, hoping for us to buy in each time. Well, here we are again.
Some movies really deserve to be seen on a screen as big as the directors' ambitions.
Terminator Anthology - 1984-2015 The Terminator - 1984 Chronology - May 12, 1984 Director James Cameron Screenplay Cameron, Gale Anne Hurd, William Wisher, Jr. Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, Michael Biehn, Paul Winfield, Lance Henriksen, Earl Boen, Rick Rossovich, Joe Dante Review The impact of this film is giant in cinematic history. It's not that it is an incredible … Continue reading Terminator Chronology / Anthology Reviewed By Cool Papa E
Texas Killing Fields - 2011 Directed by Ami Caanan Mann Starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Sam Worthington, Chloe Grace Moretz, Jessica Chastain, Jason Clarke, James Hebert, Stephen Graham Written by Don Farrarone In watching the trailer, one gets the brooding sense of foreboding that was present in Fincher's classic, Zodiac. Investigators (Worthington, Morgan and Chastain) looking seriously … Continue reading Texas Killing Fields: Has the pedigree, but gets lost in the hills
Sanctum - 2011 Directed by Alister Grierson Starring Rhys Wakefield, Richard Roxburgh, Ian Gruffud, Alice Parkinson, Daniel Wyllie Written by John Garvin and Andrew Wight based on a story by Andrew Wight Based on true events almost certainly means that there is perhaps one percent of truth to what's happening in the story. If that percentage … Continue reading James Cameron’s Sanctum piles on the water, the accents, the cliches, etc.