Monthly Archives: July 2016

Movie Watching (May 2016)

Mad Max- A down under classic which effectively launched the career of Mel Gibson in 1979.  George Miller’s “Mad Max” is a post-apocalyptic, low budget thriller that struck a chord with audiences across the world.  The plot is simple enough:  … Continue reading

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Movie Watching (April 2016)

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part Two- One of the better young adult dystopian series, “The Hunger Games” (and thereby the adventures of Katniss Everdeen) come to an end with a solid installment in the franchise.  The previous movie, “The Hunger … Continue reading

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