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GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY Preview Screening Review – Mission Accomplished

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Guardians of the Galaxy burns with the promise of watching incredible exploits in worlds far, far away, and the movie isn’t afraid to get weird while also remaining approachable.

THE DARK KNIGHT RISES: Weekend Spoiler Report – The Moody Views

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To offer commentary on The Dark Knight Rises is to go back to every part of the movie and discuss it. Therefore, I will say that this is…

THE DARK KNIGHT RISES – The Moody (Re)Views

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THE DARK KNIGHT RISES is an amazing experience and a flawed movie, both spectacle of the highest order and a house of cards. It’s worthy of your time, attention and love, but it doesn’t rise to the transcendent heights of previous entries in the series.

BREAKING BAD is The Most Important Show On TV – The Moody Views

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BREAKING BAD is the most important show on television today, as well as the best show in its current generation. These are bold words, but the show is…

A PROMETHEUS Roundtable: Part 2 – The Moody Views

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As PROMETHEUS opens up this week, we continue our conversation of all things important surrounding the movie. We posted our first post yesterday, and today we look at…

A PROMETHEUS Roundtable: Part 1 – The Moody Views

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PROMETHEUS opens up this week in the United States, and marks director Sir Ridley Scott’s (BLADE RUNNER, GLADIATOR, BLACK HAWK DOWN, and too many other good ones to mention)…

CHRONICLE’s Michael Kelly – The Moody (Inter)Views

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I had the chance to speak with Chronicle‘s Michael Kelly recently about his work in the successful teens-with-superpowers movie (because it’s not a movie about superheroes) that is…

The Moody Views – The OSCARS Are Afraid of the Real World

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I had a whole huge column about why the Oscars were too old and focused on recreation/simulation culture. Then I realized that it’s not the point anymore. (FYI,…

The Moody Views – The Rock Radio Problem, Part 2

So yesterday I suggested that factors like the increasing homogenization of radio playlists, the eradication of local talent, and the avoidance of new music was hurting rock radio….

The Moody Views – The Rock Radio Problem, Part 1

When’s the last time you bought a song or album after hearing it on the radio? Okay, now when’s the last time you bought a song or album…

The Moody Views: CHRONICLE and the Rise of the Unknown Story

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I love Joss Whedon’s work. I have seen every episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Firefly, & Dollhouse. I can quote Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog if there…

GOD BLESS AMERICA red band trailer is the dark howl of 2012

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If we’re talking about the end of the world in 2012, look no further than most mainstream entertainment. I’ve already talked at length about the remake culture in…

The Moody Views: MODERN WARFARE 3 and Why Video Game Advertising Matters

Hi, welcome to the Moody Views! I’m hoping to provide some more in-depth commentary on issues in popular culture that I believe greater consideration. In this era of…

ALL THINGS FALL APART – The Skinny (On) 50 Cent in this new trailer

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There have existed vanity projects before, but somehow Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson continues to emerge as the rapper with the greatest number of said projects among his generation…

The Best Songs of 2011

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What do you say in a year where you could listen to almost anything you ever wanted? Spotify has actually made it much easier and more rewarding to…

Movie Review: YOUNG ADULT

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YOUNG ADULT isn’t just the best drama/comedy of the year, it’s also a horror story that plays out in terrifying slow motion. By the end of the movie, Mavis Gary (Charlize Theron in an inspired role, her best acting since MONSTER) hasn’t changed. In fact she’s become worse, a more insular version of the stifled personality that’s killing her at the beginning of the film, and it seems as though redemption has been lost. Yet the journey to this awful destination is two hours of quality entertainment, and the best that the JUNO creative team of writer Diablo Cody (UNITED STATES OF TARA) and director Jason Reitman (UP IN THE AIR, THANK YOU FOR SMOKING) have yet offered, and a startling reminder that there are still films that don’t require thousands of pounds of dynamite to have the most powerful explosions.