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Doctor Strange (2016)

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“What did you just do to me?” asks Doctor Stephen Strange.  The Ancient One responds, “I pushed your astral form out from your physical form.”  Strange asks, “What’s in that tea?  Psilocybin?  LSD?”  The Ancient One replies, “It’s just tea.  … Continue reading

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50 Years of Star Trek: Star Trek Beyond (2016)

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“Our captain will come for us.  Mercy will be the last thing on his mind,” says Nyota Uhura.  Krall responds, “I’m counting on it.” J.J. Abrams successfully rebooted the Star Trek franchise without discounting everything that had come before (via … Continue reading

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Zootopia (2016)

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“Everyone comes to Zootopia, thinking they could be anything they want.  But you can’t.  You can only be what you are.  Sly fox.  Dumb bunny,” says Nick Wilde.  Judy Hopps responds, “I am not a dumb bunny.”  Nick replies, “And … Continue reading

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Inside Out (2015)

“Congratulations San Francisco, you’ve ruined pizza!  First the Hawaiians, and now you!” yells Anger, reacting to the sight of slices of pizza with broccoli. With the exception of 2011’s Cars 2, the films made by Pixar Animation Studios represent high … Continue reading

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Jurassic World (2015)

“You can track them by smell or footprint?” asks Claire Dearing.  Owen Grady responds, “I was with the Navy, not the Navajo.” When Jurassic Park  (which was based on Michael Crichton’s best-selling novel) opened in theaters 22 years ago, it … Continue reading

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Blu-ray Tuesdays: 12/2/14 Recommendations

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Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014)

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The Planet of the Apes film franchise has always been a fascinating one.  Humans and apes reversing societal roles; one evolving, the other reverting.  I grew up on the original films (1968’s Planet of the Apes, 1970’s Beneath the Planet … Continue reading