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Angry Birds Star Wars II Review
Angry Birds Star Wars was highly praised last year, as Rovio and Lucasfilm managed to merge both universes sans any creative compromises. Angry Birds Star Wars II comes forth with huge pressure to continue the franchise's prodigious momentum. Though it's a given this app will be bring in even more f…
Tony’s Review of ‘Man of Steel’
As a 32-year-old Superman fan, I’ve yet to have a great interpretation of Kal-El in my lifetime.  The two amazing Christopher Reeve films were in the 70s, his last two films were terrible, the “Lois and Clark” TV series was OK at best, “Smallvil…
Tony’s Review of “Star Trek Into Darkness”
J.J. Abrams has graced the silver screen with his follow-up to the successful reboot “Star Trek”, showing us as clearly as possible that he is not a fan of “Star Trek”.
Since the events of the previous film, newly promoted Captain Kirk and the c…
Tony’s Review of “Iron Man 3″
Another film trilogy has come to an end, but this trilogy has done what few before have been able to accomplish, save the best movie for last.
Taking place after the events of “The Avengers”, “Iron Man 3” opens with a flashback to New Year’s Eve 1999 where a very drunk and cocky Tony Stark is speakin…
Tony’s Review of “Evil Dead”
Another remake?  Yes, Hollywood has been out of original ideas for quite some time.  However, “Evil Dead” takes the idea of a remake and does it the way it should, taking as little of the source material as necessary, and coming up with a new twist to make the n…
Tony’s Review of “A Good Day To Die Hard”
The original “Die Hard” was a surprise action film that helped redefine the genre.  In an age of muscular superheroes like Stallone and Schwarzenegger, an average looking television actor became the next major action star.  Bruce Willis as John McClane was the first “everyman” to be believed as a ma…
Critic Rex Reed Slams Melissa McCarthy’s Movie and Weight
According to Wikipedia, Film criticism is "the analysis and evaluation of films, individually and collectively. In general, this can be divided into journalistic criticism that appears regularly in newspapers, and other popular, mass-media outlets and academic criticism by film scholars tha…
Tony’s Review of “Warm Bodies”
A film by Summit Entertainment (the company that brought us “The Twilight Saga”), based on a book, starring a girl that looks like Kristen Stewart in a blonde wig, and it’s about a girl who falls in love with a dead guy?  This sounds familiar...

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