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Most Anticipated Films For This Summer (2012)

Most Anticipated Films For This Summer (2012)

Robert April 18, 2012 0

Summer is here, and that means it’s time to get out of the heat by relaxing in a cool dark theater and watching big screen spectacle. 1.       The Avengers (May 4)Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Hulk,

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Review: The Hunger Games

Review: The Hunger Games

Robert March 25, 2012 0

The incredibly successful young adult book trilogy has now come to the cinema.  The Hunger Games is an impressive adaptation of the first novel.  For the five people that haven’t read the books (or

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My picks for the 2012 Oscars

My picks for the 2012 Oscars

Robert February 25, 2012 0

2011 was quite a good year for films, meaning there are a lot of good performances nominated, making it tough to figure out who will and who should win.  The Academy Awards airs Sunday

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Review: The Artist

Review: The Artist

Robert January 22, 2012 1

I’m going to come right out and say that The Artist is the best film of 2011, and I’m predicting it will win the Oscar.   It’s a formula that must have scared the hell

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Review: 11/22/63 by Steven King

Review: 11/22/63 by Steven King

Robert January 18, 2012 0

Imagine you came across a portal that could take you to September 9, 1958.  You could come and go through the portal at will, but each time, it would take you to September 9,

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Review: Batman: Arkham City (PS3)

Review: Batman: Arkham City (PS3)

Robert November 7, 2011 0

Two years ago, Rocksteady released an amazing game called Batman: Arkham Asylum.  I loved it, and gave it 5 stars.  This month, they released a sequel – Batman: Arkham City.  The sequel keeps everything

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Review: La Brisa Mexican Bar and Grill

Review: La Brisa Mexican Bar and Grill

Robert October 21, 2011 0

La Brisa is my favorite Mexican restaurant.  I’ve been visiting it since it opened in 2003.  It’s a nice non-chain family owned restaurant just south of Houston, in Bacliff, Texas, on highway 146.  Actually,

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Review: Habibi by Craig Thompson

Review: Habibi by Craig Thompson

Robert September 29, 2011 0

Writer: Craig Thompson Artist: Craig Thompson Publisher: Pantheon Price: $35.00 Habibi is the story of a girl named Dodola and a boy named Zam, set amidst a middle eastern backdrop.  It’s a gorgeous book,

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Review: Inventing Iron Man: The Possibility of a Human Machine by E. Paul Zehr

Review: Inventing Iron Man: The Possibility of a Human Machine by E. Paul Zehr

Robert September 18, 2011 1

One of the most prevalent themes of speculative fiction is the examination of the idea of improving a human through the use of technology.  There are a myriad of versions, whether it be through

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Review: The Complete Strangers in Paradise by Terry Moore

Review: The Complete Strangers in Paradise by Terry Moore

Robert September 17, 2011 1

Terry Moore’s Strangers in Paradise started in 1993 and finished in 2007 after a run of 106 issues.  I don’t know the right word to describe the scale of the story.  Epic doesn’t really

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