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The Toys are Back in Town: Toy Story 3, DVD Review

Toy Story 3

Toy Story 3 was released on DVD this week and to nobody’s surprise it’s selling like crazy. Not only is Toy Story 3 the highest grossing film of 2010, but it’s the highest grossing animated film of all time and 5th highest grossing film overall. The Toy Story franchise is huge, there’s so much merchandising [...]

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Making it in the Reel World: An Interview with Filmmaker Colin Bannon, from Lake George

Colin Bannon

Colin Bannon, former Lake George High School student, grew up making films on an old, clunky VHS camcorder. With support from his friends and family, he turned his childhood hobby into a very promising career. After graduating high school, Bannon went on to attend Syracuse film school, where he honed his filmmaking talents by creating [...]

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The Social Network: Film Review

The Social Network

Facebook is a twenty-five billion dollar company. The website has over five-hundred million users in more than two-hundred countries. Mark Zuckerberg and co-founder Eduardo Saverin have become the world’s youngest billionaires because of it. David Fincher’s The Social Network tells their story. This film is great for a number of reasons. There’s countless praise for [...]

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Decades of Three Dimensional Technology: A Look Back at 1953′s Fort Ti

Fort Ti, the film

Since the release of Avatar in December of last year, 3D technology has taken America and the rest of the world by storm. It seems every other week a new movie is coming out with the “3D” label tacked onto it. The newest developments are coming in the way of 3D television. NBC, ABC, FOX, [...]

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The Best Film Nobody Has Ever Heard of: A Film Review of Mr. Nobody

Mr. Nobody

In the year 2092, a time when scientific advances have allowed for the rejuvenation of telomeres effectively making humans live forever, the last and oldest living mortal, Nemo Nobody (Jared Leto), is on his deathbed. He spends his few last days attempting to piece his past together with both a very strange looking psychiatrist and [...]

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Love Conquers Paul, DVD Review: Filmed on Location in Glens Falls

Love Conquers Paul

Love Conquers Paul is not your typical romantic comedy. Yes, there is romance and also comedy, and even a little bit of drama, yet the film doesn’t follow the stock Hollywood romantic comedy plotline. Written and directed by Glens Falls native Colin Bannon, [amazonify]B002VRNJU8::text::::Love Conquers Paul[/amazonify] tells the story of Paul (played by Brendan Bradley), [...]

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Murder and Foul Play Take the Stage in a New Film Being Shot in Lake Placid

From the film, Dancehall, Lake Placid

In 1963, a group of divers swimming below the cliffs of Pulpit Rock discovered the almost perfectly preserved body of a woman thought to have disappeared nearly 30 years earlier. The woman in question was Mabel Douglass, the first dean and founder of the New Jersey College for Women (part of Rutgers). An illness in [...]

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Hot Tub Time Machine: Film Review

hot-tub-time-machine

If a hot tub time machine did exist, I would use it to go back in time and rent a better movie. Better yet, I’d go back in time and advise Craig Robinson and Rob Corddry to stay away from making this film; the actors are just too funny to be in such a lackluster [...]

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Ink, Review: A Refreshing and Innovative Indie Film

Ink, A Film by Jamin Winans

Two-thousand and nine brought us many great films in various genres: Avatar, The Hurt Locker, Precious, Up in the Air, and Moon are just some of those. However, a little gem of an independent film went severely overlooked and, in my opinion, was the year’s best. The movie in question is the genre-bending independent masterpiece [...]

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