Monthly Archives: July 2015

Tom Brady v. the NFL: Deflategate keeps churning up and up

Last weekend, I was chatting with a buddy and came up with a perfect solution to the Tom Brady appeal debacle: Brady accepts a one game suspension (or a record fine) and says nothing more than “I should have done … Continue reading

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X-Men: Days of Future Past; the Rogue Cut should been the only cut

Early this July, X-Men: Days of Future Past (the Rogue Cut) was released on Blu-Ray and DVD. It is said to include fifteen minutes more re-inserted footage into the theatrical version. Also present is an extended making of, in which … Continue reading

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DC vs. Marvel: what will happen to the superhero craze?

When Marvel unveiled Iron Man in 2008, and set pop culture on a course of holding its collective breath for the next film from Marvel. After a few successful outings, namely The Incredible Hulk, Iron man 2, Thor, and Captain … Continue reading

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The Right Size: Ant-Man scores another win for Marvel

Coming in-between Avengers: Age of Ulton and Captain America: Civil War, Ant-Man could have been a massive failure at the box office. Marvel pedigree aside, it seemed to lack any originality in its concept: unorthodox hero (Marvel’s got that in … Continue reading

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Top Gear: The End of an Era

ON Monday, July 13th, 2015, BBC America aired the last episode of Top Gear from its first era of the new format, originated in 2002. Essentially a special featuring two films full of typical Top Gear challenges and antics, it … Continue reading

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