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Point Break

Vaya con dios, broheims! Time to catch a sick wave and rob some banks with Kathleen Bigelow’s 1991 action crime thriller, Point Break. Although it was remade in 2015 and essentially ripped off plot-wise by... Read More
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Ghost

Ghost may just be one of the biggest cinematic hits…well…ever. Produced for just 22 million, this “mid-budget” film went on to gross over $505.7 million at the box office and was nominated for five Academy... Read More
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The Crying Game

Nominated for a slew of Oscars in 1992 (including best picture and best director), The Crying Game made quite a splash when it was released amongst both audiences and critics. But, how does this Irish... Read More
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True Lies

To honor the late great Bill Paxton, we turn to James Cameron’s big budget action comedy, True Lies. Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jamie Lee Curtis, Tom Arnold, and, of course, Bill Paxton (perfectly cast as a... Read More
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Star Trek: First Contact

Resistance is futile! Dave, Ivan, and Mike journey boldly to where no podcasters have gone before—a re-view of the Star Trek film, First Contact. Hitting theaters in 1996, First Contact is by far the most successful... Read More
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Beauty and the Beast

With a live action version about to hit theaters, we travel back to the golden age of modern Disney animation—1991 to be exact—for a re-view of the animated musical classic, Beauty and the Beast. For millennials, the... Read More
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Unbreakable

In the early aughts, writer/director M. Night Shyamalan could do no wrong. Coming off the monumental success of The Sixth Sense, he was heralded as the next Spielberg—a young directorial genius that was bound to change... Read More
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Gattaca

A critical darling, but a box office bomb, Andrew Niccol’s Gattaca is perhaps a movie that was just released at the wrong time. With its heady “thinking-man’s” sci-fi concept of a dystopian future where one’s... Read More
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It’s A Wonderful Life

When it was first released in 1946, Frank Capra’s It’s A Wonderful Life was a failure, underperforming at the box office and receiving mixed reviews. But, several decades later, it’s  one of the most beloved Christmas movies of... Read More
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