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Oblivion - Film Review: Predictable Eye Candy

Lars Hindsley
By Lars Hindsley Tue 23 Apr 2013 5:04 PM EST
Category: Film Reviews | 2017 Views
Two Dangers

(DL) – Science Fiction asks us to accept a false reality based on plausible possibility. Great stories are best when each turn comes as a surprise. Neither takes place in Oblivion. We enter Earth in the year 2077. Earth won a war against an alien race called Scavs. In winning the war 60 years prior, humans lost the planet. Our protagonist Jak Harper (Tom Cruise) tells us he is working on drones that protect giant mechanical beasts harvesting water for Earthlings now living on the Saturn moon Titan. The drones fight remaing Scavs that fight on against humans despite losing the war. Now the story begins. Jak is part of a two man team about to finish a tour of duty and join other Earthlings on Titan but his human nature and fragmented memories push him to get answers. His curiousity and love for Earth is not shared by his assigned romantic team mate Victoria yet he accepts her affections....Read more...

lbs - FILM Review: Starring Carmine famiglietti

Lars Hindsley
By Lars Hindsley Sat 2 Mar 2013 10:02 PM EST
Category: Film Reviews | 2680 Views
Three Dangers

(DL) – We go to the movies to be entertained, but isn't great to be inspired? We often connect with a film because we have traveled the same road as the character the story. Carmine Famiglietti's Lbs, is a movie with both qualities. You may think that I’m talking about a blockbuster hit, a must see film that already has a media blitz. Lbs never had the backing of a major film label; it’s just a small indie film that almost got lost in history; good for you it has not.

In fact it almost never saw the light of day. Few know Lbs first made a splash in the Sundance Film Festival in ...Read more...

The Man From Nowhere - Film Review: Korean masterstroke in action

Lars Hindsley
By Lars Hindsley Tue 1 Mar 2011 7:30 AM EST
Category: Film Reviews | 1141 Views
Four Danger Rating

(DL) –  If Kill Bill had more sophistication and class, if The Professional had a tear jerker ending –  it would be The Man From Nowhere.

The story is simple, a man left with nothing enduring his solitude has no interest in caring for anyone but himself. He just so happens to be ex-special forces. Billed as Korea's top billing film of 2010 and rated R for intense violence and implied gruesome acts, it's considered a Action-Thriller.

Unique in modern film The Man From Nowhere doesn't launch into action until ...Read more...

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