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Freitag, November 21, 2014 | by: Mat DeKinder

Stephen Hawking is about as remarkable as human beings get. Not only is he one of the most brilliant scientists who has ever lived, but he has done his greatest work while battling a dreaded and debilitating disease. Diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s disease) in the 1960s, Hawking has outlived... [More]

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Freitag, November 21, 2014 | by: Mat DeKinder

When it comes down to it, “The Hunger Games” movies don’t have any business being as good as they are. The first movie could get by on pluck and originality, featuring a future world where children hunt each other in the ultimate of reality-show deprivation. The second film &ldquo... [More]

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Samstag, November 15, 2014 | by: Mat DeKinder

The most interesting thing about the movie “Rosewater” is it was written and directed by Jon Stewart. The comedian and satirist took a sabbatical from “The Daily Show” to do his first work behind the camera as the film’s writer/director. Stewart defies expectations he... [More]

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Sonntag, November 9, 2014 | by: Mat DeKinder

Really great science fiction often has more to say about our current location in time and space than it does about any of the fantastical worlds it transports us to. “Interstellar” is really great science fiction. It tugs at our heartstrings while exploring our humanity, and at the same... [More]

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Sonntag, November 2, 2014 | by: Mat DeKinder

“Nightcrawler” is one of those movies that get under your skin. It is so effective at drawing you into its seedy world of crime journalism the first thing I wanted to do after seeing this movie was take a shower. But before we get into all the things this tremendous movie does well, we ... [More]

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Sonntag, November 2, 2014 | by: Mat DeKinder

As thrillers go, “Before I Go to Sleep” isn’t particularly riveting, surprising or suspenseful. The biggest shock it delivers is Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman actually agreed to be in this movie. Kidman plays Christine, your typical “woman caught in a web of lies and deceit&... [More]