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Batman Begins (2005)

  “No, no, no.  A vigilante is just a man lost in the scramble for his own gratification.  He can be destroyed, or locked up.  But if you make yourself more than just a man, if you devote yourself to … Continue reading

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75 Years of Superman: Man of Steel (2013)

I’ve written a lot of Superman-related posts in the last month.  With this year marking Superman’s 75th birthday, I just couldn’t help myself.  There was also a new Superman movie coming out, and I was pretty pumped for it.  Christopher … Continue reading

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75 Years of Superman: Why Bryan Singer Shouldn’t Have Made ‘Superman Returns’ Part Five

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(continued from 75 Years of Superman: Why Bryan Singer Shouldn’t Have Made Superman Returns Part Four) There is one brief sequence in Superman Returns that seems out of place for Superman.  After he saves the airplane and lands it in … Continue reading

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Defining 2012 Part One

2012 is a difficult year to categorize for me.  In a previous post (Cinematic Love Letters), I was able to sum up the year 2011 as far as cinema was concerned.  2012 seems a bit more tricky; nothing immediately comes … Continue reading

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Reactions To 2012 Academy Award Nominations Part One

Some thoughts: Best Picture My first surprise here is that the Academy only went with nine nominees again instead of ten.  I’m glad to see Amour pop up here and that the Academy didn’t forget about Beasts of the Southern … Continue reading

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New ‘Man of Steel’ Trailer

One of my most anticipated movies of 2013 (besides Star Trek Into Darkness and Iron Man 3) is Zack Snyder’s upcoming Man of Steel, a new interpretation of the Superman myth produced by Dark Knight trilogy director Christopher Nolan.  The … Continue reading

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NY Comic Con: The Day of the Bat

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Yesterday might as well have been called the day of the bat (at least for me, anyway).  I went to the IGN theater to attend  a screening of The Batmobile, a one-hour documentary that will also be available on the … Continue reading