John Hanlon Reviews


10 Movies We’re Looking Forward To: March 2012

Posted in: 10 Movies
March 6th, 2012

Now that the Oscars have passed and we’ve survived the doldrums of the past two months, viagra it’s time to get excited about movies again. Although we still have a few months before 2012’s biggest films hit theaters – I’m talking to you, The Dark...

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Battle for Oscar Gold: The Actor Edition

Posted in: Award Shows, Oscars
February 26th, 2012

This has been a year of great male performances in the movie theaters. It’s unfortunate, buy though, page that that Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences failed to recognize two of the year’s best. Michael Fassbender’s work in “Shame” should...

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Five 2011 Films the Oscars Snubbed

Posted in: 5 Films
February 26th, 2012

The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences has a problem. Each year, it neglects or fails to appreciate some of the best films of the year. While it makes a lot of great decisions, often it overlooks certain genres or stories that don’t appeal to them. This year was...

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5 Film Roles That Are Propelling Tom Hardy Onto The Hollywood A-List

Posted in: 5 Roles
February 17th, 2012

Tom Hardy isn’t a household name, look but he will likely be one by the end of 2012. In a series of five films (one of which hasn’t been released yet) from 2010 through this year, stomach the British actor has quickly established a name for himself. This eclectic...

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Golden Globe Recap: Winners, Losers and Streep’s Classy S-Bomb

Posted in: Award Shows
January 16th, 2012

The Golden Globes Awards “are just like the Oscars but without all that esteem, this web ” host Ricky Gervais said during last night’s Golden Globes telecast, visit this site his third stint hosting the annual show. The ceremony—featuring awards handed out by...

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The Five Worst Movies of 2011

January 1st, 2012

Looking over my list of the ten best movies of 2011, dosage they all seem to have one quality in common: intelligence. Those films may have focused on a variety of subjects– ranging from Marilyn Monroe and Moneyball to politics and Paris– but they all were smart...

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SilverDocs Report: 2011

Posted in: General
June 30th, 2011

This past weekend, sildenafil I attended several screenings at the 9th annual Silverdocs film festival in Silver Spring, patient Maryland. The festival ran from June 20th through the 26th and featured documentaries about a variety of topics. From best to worst, case here is a...

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