She’s Having a Baby – 1988


So, the other night I am flipping through channels and I land on the Movies! Channel.

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Bubble Gum Crisis: Tokyo 2040


My new favorite anime is from 1998, it’s called, Bubblegum Crisis: Tokyo 2040. It is filled with action, awesome technology, and is spectacular!

This show ...

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Inspirational Photography Movie – “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty”


Cinemaboyz is proud to feature a guest blog written by Jayme Parkinson! She is an awarded photographer and film critique, see her work here in the meantime, enjoy her guest post about the film Walter Mitty.

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Thank you Ruby Dee


Ruby Dee was an American actress, poet, playwright, screenwriter, journalist and activist.

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Sony developing Sonic The Hedgehog Movie

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Sony is developing the first feature length CG/live-action Sonic The Hedgehog Movie, according to an announcement made this week by Sony Pictures Entertainment. (After the jump, see a fan made live action Sonic short film)

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The Greatest Movie off all time turns 20!

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Like I said a year ago, SPEED, is the greatest movie of all time. This year the groundbreaking time clock thriller turns 20! I was seven years old when my Dad took me to see the epicness (not a word) this film offered.

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Hi haters, we’re back off hiatus!

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First and foremost, to all of our fans.

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4k: The question and the Answer? 4k and beyond.


To 4k or not to 4k; that is the question. It is easy to get caught up in the excitement around us, even when we have no involvement – celebrity gossip stalks us at the supermarket and turmoil plagues the news, all driven by our morbid fascination with the lives of the wealthy. Whether or not these people’s decisions merit attention, the public makes it a personal mission to study them. True, infatuation with fame and fortune is not always wrong, but the semiotics from the media giants who constantly remind us that if we are not one of these people, we are not important. Thus, in twenty-first century America, the average citizen’s reality is shaped by social construction, with cinema as one of the foremost staging grounds.

[1]“Criminals, drug lords, and violent men are shown as lik...

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