Olympus Has Fallen Review

By Kayley Erlandson On a fateful winter night, capable Secret Service agent Mike Banning (Gerard Butler) pulled the President of the United States (Aaron Eckhart) from a car teetering on a bridge, but at the expense of the First Lady (Ashley Judd). Everyone knows Mike did the right thing, but he’s taken off the Secret…
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Mama Versus Dark Skies

By Kayley Erlandson I reserve the right to watch horror movies once a year on Halloween. It’s not that I’m scared stiff of anything with an ominous soundtrack, I  just find myself drawn more towards character development and interesting dialogue over 10 minute scenes of frightened people taking tentative steps through ill-lit hallways to investigate…
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A Good Day To Die Hard Review

By Kayley Erlandson In 1988, John McClane scurried across shards of broken glass with his bare feet and cemented his status as the epitome of “action hero” in the minds and hearts of the movie-going public. The last couple of decades have brought about a few changes. McClane retired from the NYPD and has a…
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Warm Bodies Review

By Kayley Erlandson Vampire love stories are so last year. Warm Bodies gives audiences another teenage supernatural romance…only this time with zombies. A zom-rom-com, if you will. In yet another reimagining of Romeo and Juliet, Warm Bodies gives us a very original take on the tale of two star-crossed lovers – a flesh-eating zombie and…
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Silver Linings Playbook Review

By Kayley Erlandson Bipolar Pat (Bradley Cooper) emerges from an eight-month stint in a mental institution, eager to live out his new philosophy of looking for the silver lining in every situation. Sure, his wife got a restraining order on him after he caught her having an affair and beat her lover to a pulp.…
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