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Tuesday, 13 December 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Rocketeer, The (20th Anniversary Edition) (1991) It is hard to believe that it has been 20 years already since the release of the “The Rocketeer.”  This film was the action-hero blockbuster to beat before the days of CGI-oriented robots and super-powered figures hit the screen summer after summer. The film isn’t the best in terms of pacing, but it has a neat story that uniquely fictionalizes the history of Howard Hughes and Nazism while at the same time bringing to light some of the actual events of the era. Bill Campbell stars as Cliff, a test/show pilot who comes across a new rocket device that can propel him into the air without the need for wings or strings.  The lovely Jennifer Connelly is the leading lady, gracing the screen with her beauty. Unfortunately for Cliff, the rocket is a desired item by Nazi stooges, Howard Hughes and the FBI.  ...
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Wednesday, 23 November 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Cowboys & Aliens (Extended Edition) (2011) I predicted how this film would fair way before it ever saw the light of day.  When a student of mine used it as a trailer for the final project of the semester, it was easy to see how the production would turn out.  First, it would garner lots of attention.  The concept of cowboys and aliens in the same film would intrigue the simple masses while it is in production.  Of course the trailer with all the good bits in it helps the cause. However, I saw straight through that and knew this film would approach tankness.  Approaching the theatrical debut I was bombarded with interviews of just how great this concept was.  However, I never heard that it was a great film.  Bad sign.  In the end, the film failed despite all the hype it received, and perhaps the ...
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Wednesday, 23 November 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Quigley Down Under (1990) “Quigley Down Under” is not the most prominent film in cinema history but for those that are aware of its existence will have found quite the little gem.  And for those that haven’t heard of the film should definitely give it a chance. The film stars Tom Selleck and Laura San Giancomo, before her “Just Shoot Me” fame.  In addition, the film stars Alan Rickman fresh off his success as Hans Gruber in “Die Hard.” In “Quigley Down Under,” Tom Selleck stars as Matthew Quigley, a sharp shooter in the times of the old west, hired by a British landlord (Rickman) in Australia.  After a several month ocean crossing from America to Australia, Quigley learns of Marston’s (Rickman) real plan for him.  Instead of killing dingoes, Quigley is sought after to kill the aborigines. Quigley, of sound morals absolutely refuses.  He is therefore ...
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Monday, 21 November 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Conan The Barbarian (3D/2D) (2011) “Conan The Barbarian” needless to say is a remake of the original cult classic starring Arnold Schwarzenegger.  I was never really a fan of the original film, and unfortunately the remake doesn’t merit any increase in interest in the series of Conan films. The film itself lacks a consistent nature.  There are a few riveting moments, but they are far outweighed by the dull and contrived moments of the film.  The events unfold without logic.  I lost count how many times the film bounces from one sequence to another with no logical explanation as to how the characters came by the knowledge. The plot is a simple revenge story.  Conan longs to take revenge for the death of his father by an unnamed conqueror.  Of course, the information needed to avenge his father’s death falls into his lap many years later.  There ...
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Monday, 07 November 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Meet The Robinsons (3D/2D) (2007) This a review of the 3D version of “Meet The Robinsons.”  See the 3D Video section for updated information regarding this title’s 3D quality.  The remainder of the 3D release is identical to the previous “Meet The Robinsons” Blu-ray release, including audio options and special features.  This package simply includes a Blu-ray 3D disc in addition."Meet The Robinsons" is another family-friendly movie from the creators over at Disney.  However, unlike "Cars" and "Ratatouille", this film is not from the geniuses at Pixar.  Nonetheless, it is an exceptional film, definitely on par with its predecessors.Lewis (Daniel Hansen) is a 12, nearly 13 year-old, boy living at an orphanage.  He also happens to be a budding genius inventor.  After numerous failed inventions, and determined to remember and find his mother, Lewis begins work on an invention dubbed the "Memory Scanner".   The creation, ...
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