The Movie Corner

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IRON MAN 3 (2013)

    I want to start by apologizing to my readers and TACD. I’ve dropped off for a couple of weeks because I’ve had a lot hit me and I apologize. However, I figure why not return with a movie, and character, who’s doing some returning of his own! Tony Stark, or Iron Man, (Robert Downey … Continue reading

Oblivion (2013)

            Oblivion: The state of being completely forgotten or unknown. This gave me a great feeling of not knowing what our history of Earth was in 2077, making me wonder what happened to us. That was directed stupendously by Joseph Kosinski, (who’s also directed Tron: Legacy), and also wrote the graphic novel that it’s based … Continue reading

Lights, Camera, Action!

The Sacramento International Film Festival (SIFF) is less than two weeks away. If you reside in the area you should definitely come and check out the show.  This year festival highlights will include the screening of Model Minority by Japanese – American filmmaker, and 13 year E.R. cast member, Lily Mariye. Lily and Oscar winning … Continue reading

Evil Dead (2013)

    It’s been a long time since I’ve gone to a horror movie and truly saw the “horror” they claim to have. The Evil Dead, though, really had me questioning if I was just scared or terrified. I could not keep my eyes off the screen wanting to know what they were going to … Continue reading

The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (2013)

“I’m the Incredible Burt Wonderstone.” Is magic that one timeless thing that lies in our hearts and no matter what age, when you see it you think, “Whoa… Wow… Ooo-Ahhh?” It definitely is, and this movie is not only the comedy we’ve all hoped for between the great magician Burt Wonderstone, (Steve Carell), and Brain … Continue reading

Festival frenzy

These days’ film aficionados everywhere are finding it a whole lot easier to get a flick fix. The burgeoning business of film festivals has fans flocking to screening venues in hopes of an opportunity to preview the next big blockbuster before anyone knows that it will even be a blockbuster. Film festivals have been around … Continue reading

Flight (2012)

     Flying is truly a spectacular experience for both the crew and passengers but in this movie they all got a little more than they bargained for. Flight, a Drama directed by Robert Zemekis, is absolutely a flying nightmare for everyone. Particularly in this case it would be veteran flight captain Whit Whitaker’s, played by … Continue reading

Hautest ticket in town

SACRAMENTO — Salutations Sacramento is my subdued interpretation of the widely used phrase “Hello Hollywood.” It appears as though the conservative little capital city has finally arrived with fashion and flair comparable to that of the City of Angels. Sac Fashion Week swept through town last week sweeping Sacramento off of its 6-inch heels. The … Continue reading

Academy antics

SACRAMENTO — Credits rolled last Sunday and it’s a wrap for the 85th Annual Oscar Awards. “Family Guy” creator Seth MacFarlane proved once again to be a real, funny guy, as a first-time and he claims last-time host of the traditionally haughty academy affair. The opening montage set the tone with a well-mixed blend of … Continue reading

Iron Skies: Space Nazis from the Moon!

Iron Skies is an over-the-top action/satire film that had become quite popular on the internet, especially on YouTube. If you haven’t seen the trailer, here is the trailer to give you a general idea behind the film: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xeIu1FiTTyI. Now for me, I got an odd feeling from anticipating watching this film and I can’t quite … Continue reading

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