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The Sessions
reviews
Jason Boyd

The Sessions Challenges Mind/Body Split

The Sessions is a movie about a poet paralyzed from the neck down by polio who hires a “sex surrogate” to take his virginity. It’s a great premise. But it does a rare thing. It goes further. It explores the split with have in society, that you can live by

CGI in Twilight - Baby
features
Jason Boyd

Bad CGI in Twilight Series A Call to Arms?

The horrible CGI in Twilight, this last one even more than others, is an insult. I have a confession. I saw Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part II the other night. Yes, this means I’ve seen all the others. Can we move on, folks? Here’s my point: How did they get away

The Man From Earth Review
reviews
Jason Boyd

The Man From Earth Review – Streaming Gems

This will be a The Man From Earth review, which might seem odd. It’s a small little movie that came out five years ago, and you’ve probably never heard of it. But, like most good little things, you can find it streaming somewhere online. I’ve been under the weather recently

Lois Lane - Man of Steel Spoiler
Jason Boyd

Lois Lane, Say It Ain’t So! (Man of Steel Spoiler)

Man of Steel spoiler ahead. Avert thine eyes! OK, so the blogoosphere and such has been sent into a frenzy over a simple band of gold sold at a movie prop auction recently, hinting at a possible Man of Steel spoiler. It’s said to be from the movie Man of

razzies
razzies
Jason Boyd

And The Razzies Go To…

While we wait for The Oscars tonight, The Razzies winners have been announced. For those out of the loop, you don’t want a Razzie. They’re a “worst of” award. Here’s the thing. I like the Razzies, because it’s a chance to have a few laughs. Hell, even Sandra Bullock accepting

the perks of being a wallflower film review
reviews
Jason Boyd

The Perks of Being a Wallflower Film Review

The Perks of Being a Wallflower film, not to be confused with the cult novel of the same name, released on DVD and Blu-ray yesterday. This review will be concerning the film alone, as I’ve sadly not read the novel yet. This movie might masquerade as a coming-of-age flick, but