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  1. Interview with "That Guy" - actor Sean Whalen

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    Motion pictures & television programming are made up of SO many integral and imperative pieces, and when all of the components combined come together, there is the creation of something that, to say the least...is impressive to behold. Actors come & go, and there isn't really a decent substitute for a powerhouse performance by a leading actor or actress, but I truly feel that it's the supporting work that does in fact, JUST THAT - "supports" the cast....and ...

    Updated 04-12-2014 at 03:14 AM by bronxtko

  2. Poseidon Rex: movie review

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    Move over, Sharknado - there's a new sea creature movin' in on your turf - he's scaly, he's green & he's PISSED.....oh yeah, he's in CGI too. His name is Poseidon Rex, and on April 8th in select theaters & iTunes, he'll be swimming to the surface to take a bite out of all reviewers that trash his movie......so I guess I'll be dino-bait.

    Realistically, the movie isn't all THAT bad, I mean if the majority of the readers here managed to ...

    Updated 04-18-2014 at 07:32 PM by bronxtko

  3. Review of John Pata’s “Pity”

    The concept of pity is one that has long captured my imagination and my deepest thoughts. The philosophical writings of both Arthur Schopenhauer and his disciple Friedrich Nietzsche have much to say on the subject, and composer Richard Wagner gave it a special place in his opera “Parsifal” wherein he pointed out that through Christ, “pity’s highest power” is the ability to heal spiritual wounds. Schopenhauer argued that pity is the real basis of morality, rather than rational rules or God-given ...
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