Tag Archives: Michael Siebenaler

Project X Zone

Project X Zone combines popular fighting game franchises from Capcom, SEGA, and Namco Bandai into an Nintendo 3DS exclusive game with frantic action, unique character dialogue and special interactions. Project X Zone, an action, strategy-RPG game, features hundreds of characters from over … Continue reading

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Black Widow

NOTE: no spoilers here “I’ve lived a lot of lives… But I’m done running from my past.” Set in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Scarlet Johansson makes her eighth appearance as Black Widow (aka Natasha Romanoff) to kick off Phase Four … Continue reading

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The Nanny Dairies

Husband/wife Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini (American Splendor) direct and write The Nanny Diaries, an adaptation of the 2002 book written by Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus. The movie’s tagline – “a comedy about life at the top, as … Continue reading

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South Park: The Stick of Truth

In the PlayStation 3 game South Park: The Stick of Truth, players explore the small Colorado town, engage in turned-based fighting, and encounter endless characters. Almost every conceivable element from the animated television series has been transferred over to this … Continue reading

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The Emperor’s New Groove

Disney’s animated film The Emperor’s New Groove exemplifies the perfect holiday movie formula with lots of entertaining antics and important life lessons that appeal to adults and children. David Spade (TV’s Just Shoot Me, Tommy Boy) provides the voice for … Continue reading

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Knowing

“What happens when the numbers run out?” Nicolas Cage stars in yet another action thriller, Knowing, as John Koestler, a top college professor and recent widower with a son, Caleb, played by Chandler Canterbury. Once a 50-year-old time capsule is … Continue reading

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Bedazzled

Loosely based on the 1967 British movie of the same name, Bedazzled has some funny moments then resorts to melodramatic life lessons near the end.  Brendan Fraser (George of the Jungle, The Mummy) stars as a socially inept customer service … Continue reading

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The One

Director James Wong (Final Destination) helms this action filled movie starring Jet Li in multiple roles.  Li gets his most prominent role yet as Yulaw, a master criminal who tries to conquer the world in a unique way. Li’s multiple … Continue reading

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Faith Counts’ Fifth Annual “Film Your Faith” Video Contest

FaithCounts.com, the fastest-growing multi-faith online platform, began its fifth annual “Film Your Faith” video contest on June 8, 2020, with prizes for the best 2-minute-or-less film that showcases the positive power of faith. The deadline for entries will be September … Continue reading

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Highlander: Endgame

The fourth installment of the Highlander movies, Highlander: Endgame sounds like the end of the series that began with 1986 The Highlander film starring Christopher Lambert and Sean Connery.  Based on the characters, this action fantasy movie brings closure to … Continue reading

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