• Movie Guyd: “Oblivion” or Oblivious?

    April 22, 2013, 4:55 p.m.
    OMG! Tom Cruise saves the world! Again! In Oblivion, the latest sci-fi romp from director Joseph Kosinski (Tron: Legacy),  Cruise plays military repairman Jack Harper, who is stationed on a post-apocalyptic, abandoned Earth in the year 2077. With the help of his loving partner Victoria (Andrea Riseborough), Jack is tasked with protecting the security of machines extracting [&hellip
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  • Movie Guyd: Is “Men In Black 3” Fresh or Stuck in the Past?

    May 31, 2012, 7:35 a.m.
    After ten years, the Men In Black franchise is back, with original stars Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones in tow. Seriously? Men In Black 3? Isn’t Tommy Lee Jones like 200 by now? How are they going to get up to all those high-octane antics like they did in the first two films? Time travel, of course! Agent J (Smith) [&hellip
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  • Movie Guyd: “Battleship”: Does It Sink or Swim?

    May 23, 2012, 6:47 a.m.
    Okay, now whose bright idea was it to turn the classic, coordinate-based Naval combat game Battleship into a full-on action flick? Seriously? Well, someone did, and Hollywood responded, bringing this simple Hasbro board game to the big screen. So what’s it about? A young guy without a clear direction in life (Taylor Kitsch from John [&hellip
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  • Movie Guyd: Is “Titanic” still king of the world?

    April 12, 2012, 9:47 p.m.
    Back in 1997, James Cameron released his big-budget romance/action movie Titanic, which was one of the most expensive movies ever made. Delays and budget overruns couldn’t sink this ship, which went on to become the biggest grossing movie of all time (well, until Cameron released Avatar in 2010) and won the Oscar for Best Picture. [&hellip
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  • Movie Guyd: Does “The Hunger Games” Satisfy Your Appetite?

    March 26, 2012, 5:07 a.m.
    Okay, so my inner gay tween has eagerly been awaiting to see this film since it was announced, and I squealed when a friend got us tickets to an opening-night screening in Vancouver. This is the first movie in a string of films based on the hugely popular young-adult novel series by Suzanne Collins. So for [&hellip
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