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By: Garrett Collins Starring: Gina Carano, Michael Fassbender, Channing Tatum, Antonio Banderas, Bill Paxton, Michael Douglas  I am going to come out and say it right now. I have never been a fan of director Steven Soderbergh. From his unbearable Oceans 11-13 series to even his Oscar winning Traffic, I...

Open Water Legacy Review – July 11th, 2005 – By Azraεl Released: 2003 Starring: Blanchard Ryan, Daniel Travis Directed By: Chris Kentis So we had Jaws, the great shark attack epic that made everyone afraid to swim, caused a generation to fear the open sea, and made Richard Dreyfuss look cool with a beard.  Ever since we saw a great white shark bite a grown...

Hey Amigos, over the next few days, we’ll be posting a bunch of reviews that we wrote as far back as 2001, when Adventure Amigos was known as Brave Noodle Productions! These various reviews will be noted as “Legacy Reviews,” as well as displaying their original review date and author. We also are stoked about launching our Ipad game review section as...

“REFUGE tells the intertwining tales of an actress battling drug addiction, a police officer involved in a love triangle, a high school teacher who fights to keep a dream alive, and a young refugee from Burma with a haunting past.” Follow On Facebook Release Date Spring 2013 Genre Drama Studio Tavoy Films International Description Tavoy...

January 16, 2012 By Dave “There’s a reason we’ve never gone back to the moon.” I can think of at least 10 reasons why I didn’t enjoy Apollo 18, and although not without one or possibly two semi-interesting things going on, it fails hard, and on multiple levels . As the minutes go by, you’ll wonder how incredibly worse and cliché it...

January 13, 2012 By Dave Here’s one that slipped under my radar like a crafty German U-boat under the icy waters of the North Atlantic of 1941. The Black Balloon tells the story of 16 year old Thomas Mollison (Rhys Wakefield). Relocating to New South Wales, Australia, Thomas must adjust to his new town, new school, pregnant mom, and severely autistic older brother,...

January 10th, 2012 By Dave Everybody loved The Matrix, right? I did, and I’m pretty sure I speak for the majority of genre fans when I say that it kicked ass with it’s stylistic camera work, gritty futuristic locales, and non-stop kung fu action! Okay, so take The Matrix. Now put it in 18th century France, add werewolves and bloodthirsty villagers, and pretend Neo...

January 10, 2011 By Dave Let me get this out-of-the-way, I love Wes Anderson movies. Those of you that know me know that I can watch The Royal Tenenbaums, Rushmore, The Life Aquatic, and The Darjeeling Limited in one sitting. Yeah I know I’m missing Bottle Rocket, but hey,  no one’s perfect. Anyway, the first thing that came to mind in the first 10 or so...

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