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Ryan Mailley

I'm Ryan Mailley, and I grew up in Murfreesboro, TN. I am a Junior at MTSU Majoring in Electronic Media Production and Minoring in Film Studies. I am an avid movie and television fan, as well as music.

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Overall, Blue Like Jazz is a very good spirtual journey that will challenge your beliefs and make you a true believer of who you are what you believe in.

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LUV was one of the best films I was fortunate enough to see at the Nashville Film Festival.  This film was directed by newcomer Sheldon Candis, who was also in attendance for the screening.  I was very excited about this movie going into it, but it even exceeded my expectations.  The

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American Reunion was absolutely hilarious, which was surprising since the past movies were just mediocre.  This outing was strides ahead of the past two films in the franchise.  I don’t think the theater stopped laughing at the childish, vulgar humor that these movies are famous for.  The entire orignal cast is back,

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A new trailer has been released for the film adaption of Broadway musical Rock of Ages.  This second trailer is packed with a lot more music than the first, making for a more exciting trailer.  We also get a preview in the trailer of what Tom Cruise sounds like singing

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Blair Witch Project director Eduardo Sánchez is back after a somewhat of a hiatus on making films.  He changed the horror film industry forever with his “found footage” film style.  He is back with what looks to be another chilling and horrifying film.  Lovely Molly is his next project that was premiered at SXSW

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Elizabeth Banks and Chris Pine are continuing their string of films this year in a dramedy called People Like Us.  Banks plays Frankie, a bartender and a single mother with a young son who is quite the trouble maker.  Chris Pine plays Sam, a successful businessman with a heap of debt

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Casa De Mi Padre.  This movie is basically an 84 minute Saturday Night Live sketch, which was very disappointing. First of all, the entire movie is spoken in Spanish. This slowed down the film and made the jokes fall even flatter.  Through its repetitive jokes and constant reading, I only summoned

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Pixar might have a new artist in Kyle Lambert.  Lambert recently combined Toy Story and The Shining in a art series he calls, Toy Shining.  This hilarious story combines these two movies in a genius way, and the art itself was perfect.  Lambert did all of the drawings and art on

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Based on K.L. Going’s novel of the same name, Matthew Lillard is making his directorial debut with Fat Kid Rules the World.  It stars Jacob Wysocki, who starred in the film Terri alongside John C. Reilly. From the trailer, this movie has potential to be a hit in the indie

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Fans of the Cars movies are getting a dreamland adventure this summer.  Disney has just announced that they will be opening ‘Cars Land‘, a 12 acre expansion of Disneyland California Adventure in Anaheim.  Despite being the lowest rated and reviewed Pixar movies, the Cars franchise has a deep fan base.  I’m

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Fox Digital Entertainment recently released the first episode of its new web series Wolpack of Reseda.  This scripted, web series is in partnership with Kia Motors and was launched through Myspace. I have already gotten hooked on this series just from the first episode. If you are anything like me,

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Halle Berry is hitting shark infested waters on March 30, 2012 in the new film Dark Tide.  This movie is also going to be available on video on demand on March 8, 2012 before it hits theaters.  Many will be skeptical about going to see it after being release on

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Bonnaroo released their well anticipated lineup yesterday, revealing an amazing lineup at that.  The “Big 4” this year consist of Radiohead, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Phish, and The Beach Boys.  Many Bonnaroo enthusiasts, including me, are estatic that Radiohead is returning after the mind blowing set they graced us with in

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  Chronicle writer Max Landis recently released a short film titled THE DEATH AND RETURN OF SUPERMAN.  This film is hilarious in all aspects and I sincerely enjoyed every minute.  The film recounts the story of how DC Comics actually killed off Superman and magically resurrected him from the dead, upsetting

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