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Paranoia (PG) * * *

Paranoia (PG) * * *

Paranoia Should Have Never Been Made As There Is Not A Thrilling Thing About This Corporate Espionage Thriller
By ALAN SAMUEL
Industrial espionage can be a vexing affair. Two power mad adversaries wreck havoc on a young man’s life in Paranoia.  In a perfectly named film this EOne Release is now seeking converts at the Empire Studio [...]

August 25th, 2013 | Posted in Entertainment, Movie Reviews | Read More »

The Conjuring (PG) * * * *

The Conjuring (PG) * * * *

Scare-fest Hits High Note With The Conjuring!
By ALAN SAMUEL
Good scares are hard to come by.  Trust Warner Brothers to hit one out of the park with The Conjuring.  Smart, sophisticated and expertly acted, this dynamic thriller will shock the living daylights out of you.  Bad things can happen to good people and audiences at Empire [...]

July 27th, 2013 | Posted in Entertainment, Movie Reviews | Read More »

The Way Way Back (PG) * * * *

The Way Way Back (PG) * * * *

Coming Of Age Summer Love Connection From Way Way Back!
by  ALAN SAMUEL
Adolescent turmoil leads to comic chaos of a bittersweet nature  in The Way Way Back.  Bound to be a classic, this smart film is brought forth by the same studio that brought us Little Miss Sunshine, Fox Searchlight Pictures.  Perfect for people looking for [...]

July 20th, 2013 | Posted in Entertainment, Movie Reviews | Read More »

The Bling Ring (PG) * *

The Bling Ring (PG) * *

Facebook Generation Get Their Stealing Face On!
By ALAN SAMUEL
Crime pays.Or so they say. A group ofolder teens still in senior high learn thelesson of stealing in The Bling Ring.Based on true eventsin Los Angeles this EOne movie is nowon display at the Empire Studio 12,Colossus and Cineplex Odeon Theatresaround B.C.Pop culture is everywhere. Thanks to [...]

June 22nd, 2013 | Posted in Entertainment, Movie Reviews | Read More »

After Earth (PG) * * *

After Earth (PG) * * *

Jungle Adventure Didn’t Need Futuristic Setting !
by ALAN SAMUEL
Director M. Night Shyamalan (The Sixth Sense) rebounds nicely from a string of less than stellar box office efforts to bring forth for Columbia Pictures After Earth.
Fear not, go ahead and check out this smart and slick science fiction flick now playing at The Empire Studio 12, [...]

June 8th, 2013 | Posted in Entertainment, Movie Reviews | Read More »

Mud (PG) * * * *

Mud (PG) * * * *

Mud Gets Down And Dirty In The Backwaters Of US Midwest!
by  ALAN SAMUEL
Escape your past and do so at your peril.  A man trying to hide out sets a town into a quiet frenzy in Mud, a delicious thriller from EOne Entertainment now sending emotions soaring at Empire Studio 12, COlossus and Cineplex Odeon screens [...]

June 1st, 2013 | Posted in Entertainment, Movie Reviews | Read More »

The Iceman (PG) * * * *

The Iceman (PG) * * * *

Can A Ruthless Killer Be A Good Family Man!
by  ALAN SAMUEL
Brutal force delivered with ultimate precision is the calling card of the lead character in The Iceman.  Just like the title suggest, cool as a cucumber if the leading manin this EOne Entertainment thriller now delivering the goods at The Empire Studio 12, Colossus and [...]

May 25th, 2013 | Posted in Entertainment, Movie Reviews | Read More »

The Place Beyond the Pines (14A) * * *

The Place Beyond the Pines (14A) * * *

Budding Heavyweights Gosling And Cooper Star In This Misfire!
By ALAN SAMUEL
Make no mistakes when you’re young or new on the job.  Lessons like this are invaluable but hard to come by.  A grown man must face off against his troubled past in The Place Beyond The Pines, a startling and unsettling new dramatic thriller from [...]

May 11th, 2013 | Posted in Entertainment, Movie Reviews | Read More »

Tai Chi Zero (PG) * * * *

Tai Chi Zero (PG) * * * *

Outcasts From The Original Return To Wreak More Havoc!
by ALAN SAMUEL
Wanting to learn is actually at the heart of Tai Chi Zero, one of the most fun experiences in any year.  Presented in Canada by Variance Films this Chinese movie is a rollicking time.  Pure imagination runs wild for all to see at the International [...]

May 4th, 2013 | Posted in Entertainment, Movie Reviews | Read More »

42 (PG) * * * *

42 (PG) * * * *

42 Is About More Than Baseball – It’s A Story Of Black Athlete’s Struggle To Bridge The Cultural Gap In America Through Sport!
by ALAN SAMUEL
You know the name,you know the number.  That was the tag line for the first James Bond film starring Pierce Brosnan in 1995.  Well, 42 has nothing to do with agent [...]

April 19th, 2013 | Posted in Entertainment, Movie Reviews | Read More »