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Albert DeSantis watches a lot of movies and TV and has been since childhood. More recently, he has written movie reviews for View Magazine in Hamilton for a few years (This may have warped his mind). The two best flicks ever are The Empire Strikes Back and Aliens. Both are sequels. Go Cats!
12ish More Days of Movies - Albert DeSantis serves up another generous helping in his increasingly inaccurately named 12ish Days series of movie reviews. Published December 20, 2010 in Reviews
12ish Days of Movies - Albert DeSantis watches bad movies so you don't have to. Sometimes he also watches good movies. This selection of reviews contains plenty of both. Published December 08, 2010 in Reviews
Three Elm Street Nightmares - What sets this series apart from standard slasher flicks are the fantastical elements and trippy dream-visuals, bending the rules of what is "real". I wouldn't call them instant classics, but its distinctive flavour is probably why Freddy became a pop cul Published May 03, 2010 in Reviews
Clash of the Titans (1981 Original) - Clash of the Titans has a bit of a rustic charm, and the often-creepy stop-motion does look impressive even if it is past its prime. Published April 05, 2010 in Reviews
Best Picture Nominees I Haven't Seen Yet Part 2 of 2: An Education And Precious - An Education inverts the romance/coming of age story, while Precious straddles the line between gritty realism and cliche. Published March 15, 2010 in Reviews
Best Picture Nominees I Haven't Seen Yet, Part 1 Of 2: A Serious Man and The Blind Side - One of these films is very dark and very weird, but also unique. The other has Sandra Bullock in it. Take your pick which one is better. Published March 15, 2010 in Reviews
Slap Shot is a Bona-fide Classic - Slap Shot is a funny way to get reacquainted with the game of hockey and Paul Newman in his prime. Despite the film's age there's a real sense of timelessness to it, regardless of when it's set. Published February 20, 2010 in Reviews
The Late Shift: Worth a Second Look - With the hullabaloo about the late night NBC Leno/Conan shuffle there is a feeling of déjà vu. Late night TV fans will probably remember this whole thing happened before in the early 1990s when Johnny Carson stepped down from the "The Tonight Show". Published February 20, 2010 in Reviews
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