Star Wars, J.J. and Us

Yes, merely a few days ago, news spread quickly that J.J. Abrams was finally confirmed to be on board the Star Wars train after all. Of course, we all know that it would’ve been better to just let the beloved, and already-ruined, franchise rest in peace and to not talk about it ever again. Unfortunately, we live … Continue reading

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Review

The grand and magical world Peter Jackson once brought to us with his astonishing adaptation of The Lord of the Ring trilogy is now expanding it starting with The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Many disputes went on the subject before its release due to its technical breakthroughs and its story being divided over three films.  … Continue reading

This is 40 Review

Judd Apatow brought us a lot of the best R rated comedies in this last decade, filled with crude-language humor, sex jokes and dysfunctional families’ taboo situations. This is 40 is Apatow’s latest piece, and knowing his work, this should have been a comedy filled with drama and life-realizations. Instead, it’s a stretched-up drama with … Continue reading

Anchorman 2 Sets For Theatres

If you were surfing the net for the past hour, chances are you already heard it, and you’re here to confirm it; Anchorman: The Legend Continues just got a release date. It is now confirmed that on December 20, 2013, a year from now, that the Anchorman sequel will hit the theatres, competing with big … Continue reading

The Guilt Trip Review

The Guilt Trip tries really hard with this, not sure if fun would be the right word, mother/son spin involving a bonding-road trip that the studios could have passed on. Andy Brewster (Seth Rogen) is a chemist that is looking to sell a new cleaning product he just invented, and now has an itinerary for … Continue reading

Total Recall (2012) DVD Review

Today, we cannot escape from endless movie remakes of what only seems to be barely old. Total Recall falls under that category. It tries to convey a new face for this 1966 novel adaptation and separate itself from its 1990 Schwarzenegger’s unforgettable heavy sci-fi take, but just doesn’t seem to work all that well. In … Continue reading

Top Christmas Movies Countdown

Ah, the Holidays. What better than to pass some time your cherished friends and selected family members to celebrate this infamous time of the year. But besides the presents and stocking and delicious homemade treats, there is one essential step to countdown the remaining days ‘till Christmas; movies. Yup, they are just as important as … Continue reading

MAI’s Blown Up: Gaming and War

The Montreal, Arts Interculturels is not only a center for arts, but the presenter of cross-cultural artistic expression which allows many voices to be heard and explored. From November 17th to December 15th, the MAI is presenting an exhibition exposing today’s misinterpretations of present-day wars through the work of three artists who work with video … Continue reading

CW’s Arrow Series Review-So Far

After only five episodes into the series, Arrow hits every mark (pun intended) its predecessor Smallville aimed during its final seasons. The story is about Oliver Queen coming back home, to Starling City, to become a vigilante. The show is based on the DC Comics character Green Arrow-who tried and hit his mark years back … Continue reading

Assassin’s Creed 3 Lacks Pulp

Some of the best games brought to us have always been the heavily story-driven. Some of them guided by rails, some others a bit looser with an open-world environment. But what happens when a game feels conflicted by the two types and constricted by its own technical limitations? Well, Assassin’s Creed 3 happens. Ubisoft was … Continue reading

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