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TSR Blog: A Tale of Two Batmans: A Visual Dissection of ‘Batman’ and ‘Batman Begins’

TSR Blog: A Tale of Two Batmans: A Visual Dissection of ‘Batman’ and ‘Batman Begins’

Calhoun Kersten writes for The Scorecard Review, and he also has a blog called “Confessions of a Self Proclaimed Megalomaniac.” This TSR Blog is the first half of his article: A Tale of Two Batmans: A Visual Dissection of ‘Batman’ and ‘Batman Begins’ “I am the dark. I am the night. I am… Batman.” These few words came to mean […]

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TSR Blog: ‘The Princess and the Frog’ – The Tale of the Postmodern Princess

TSR Blog: ‘The Princess and the Frog’ – The Tale of the Postmodern Princess

Calhoun Kersten writes for The Scorecard Review, and he also has a blog called “Confessions of a Self Proclaimed Megalomaniac.” This TSR Blog is the first half of his article: “The Princess and the Frog” – The Tale of the Postmodern Princess Disney may be at the heart of many people’s childhood, myself included, but there’s no denying that the […]

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TSR Blog: ‘Insidious’ is less than insidious

TSR Blog: ‘Insidious’ is less than insidious

Calhoun Kersten writes for The Scorecard Review, and he also has a blog called “Confessions of a Self Proclaimed Megalomaniac.” This TSR Blog is the first half of his article: Insidious is less than insidious It’s hard to make a solid horror film these days. Sure, they’re cheap to produce and they’re pretty much guaranteed box office returns, but now […]

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TSR Blog: My Day as an Extra on ‘Transformers: Dark of the Moon’

TSR Blog: My Day as an Extra on ‘Transformers: Dark of the Moon’

Last Summer, I had the privilege of being cast as a paid extra in the upcoming Transformers: Dark of the Moon. It was an awesome experience. Here you’ll find a recap of the most memorable day of my 2010 (complete with a handcrafted kindergarten-level visual-aid):   How I Spent My Summer Vacation: Dark of the Moon By Aaron Ruffcorn July […]

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TSR Blog: Which Summer Superhero Movie Has the Most Oscar Power?

Thor, X-Men: First Class, Green Lantern, Captain America: The First Avenger … we have superheros coming. The other day I went to the movies (Hanna if you must know) and saw trailers for three superhero movies coming out in the next three months. But what I noticed was how many Oscar winning stars are slumming for the big bucks. Or, […]

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TSR Blog: Nick Allen Recaps Oscar Night, With Points

I can’t decide if last night’s Oscars were a disaster or not. Sure, I laughed my ass off. But at what cost? Was most of the entertainment laughing with the ceremony, or did I find it so enjoyable because it was such a mess? To settle this debate within myself, I’ve decided to compile a list of last night’s highlights, […]

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TSR Blog: Saying Goodbye with ‘Friday Night Lights’ Best Episodes

TSR Blog: Saying Goodbye with ‘Friday Night Lights’ Best Episodes

Well, it’s happened. After five fantastic years (well, season 2 was a little iffy) the lights have gone out on Dillon, Texas. Friday Night Lights, a true milestone in broadcast television, has been laid to rest. Now for fans of the show, you may be wondering, “Wait, why now?” Well, if you’re really curious, my reaction to the ending of […]

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TSR Blog: ‘Sanctum’ – If I’d Been In That Cave

TSR Blog: ‘Sanctum’ – If I’d Been In That Cave

You should NOT read this if you haven’t seen James Cameron’s: Sanctum, Produced by James Cameron, because I’m going to be giving lots of stuff away; not in hostile ranting, because I like disaster movies and I had fun with Sanctum. However, as a female with an IQ higher than a bag of bricks and the ability to not disintegrate […]

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TSR Blog: My Predictions for the 2011 Golden Globes (Film Awards Only)

It’s that time again. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association has voted, and now it’s time to clear another award show off the list as we make our way to the Oscars. Before the envelopes are opened, here are my picks for the winners of tonight’s Golden Globes. Below, I’ll provide a little commentary on the nominees. The ceremony begin at […]

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TSR Blog: Dumb Things I Will Not Miss From This Past Holiday Season

I can easily agree with Andy Williams and say, “Yes, this is indeed the most wonderful time of the year.” Not just because movie studios dump their award-hopefuls on us, but because family time is wonderfully abound during this time of year, along with a strange general wave of optimism that seems to work its way through most people … […]

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