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War Movies Month 4 – Hot Shots! Part Deux

As much as war is a serious subject, whenever I do a War Movies Month on this blog, I like to talk about at least one movie that shouldn’t be taken seriously. Last time, I looked at Hitler: Dead Or … Continue reading

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War Movies 3 – Troy

This is a slightly different approach for a war movies month subject. While we now know that there was a historic walled city called Troy, and it was completely burned sometime in the 12th century BC, there isn’t a lot … Continue reading

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War Movies Month 2 – A Bridge Too Far

Even after I said last week that I’d be watching Battle Of Britain, I changed my mind for this month’s World War 2 movie. I ended up watching A Bridge Too Far, which was one of the movies I considered … Continue reading

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Tom Hanks month 2 – Splash

For this week’s look into Tom Hanks’s early career, I was split between this movie and Big. Both are comedies with a touch of romance. Both are also movies that helped propel him into stardom. As much as I remember … Continue reading

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Spider-Man movies 3 – Spider-Man 3

With Spider-Man 2 being such a success, and still considered by many as among the greatest superhero films of all-time, excitement was sky high for the inevitable Spider-Man 3. As much as superhero movies suffered a bit in the mid-2000’s … Continue reading

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Spider-Man movies 2 – Spider-Man 2

Immediately after Spider-Man 2002’s success, director Sam Raimi signed on for a sequel. A sequel that, to this day, many consider to be among the greatest superhero movies of all-time. Although it didn’t make quite as much money as the … Continue reading

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Fantastic Four month 2 – Fantastic Four (2005)

A lot of people think of Chris Evans as Captain America. After all, that is his most well-known movie role, and he’s very good in the role. That said, I’ve got several friends who never quite saw Evans as Captain … Continue reading

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Bruce Willis month 4 – Armageddon

I knew sooner or later I’d get around to talking about Michael Bay as a director. As explained in my The Sixth Sense review, Bruce Willis agreed to a three picture deal for Disney at a lower pay cut because … Continue reading

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Bruce Willis month 1 – The Fifth Element

Before I get into this blog post, this past week I celebrated my third houseversary. Usually I write some sort of blog post related to that around the time of my houseversary, but this year, I’m working on completely redoing … Continue reading

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Hilariously Bad Movies Month 5 – Battlefield Earth

The first four movies I looked at this month are all low-budget films. As much as it’s fun to watch quirky little movies by directors not skilled enough to make it big, hilariously bad movies are not limited to the … Continue reading

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