Posts Tagged ‘ Hollywood ’

The Avengers Return

The Avengers Return

Just as the summer blockbuster season reaches its climax, with the eagerly anticipated release of Guardians of the Galaxy, Seavey and Perry return to the world of podcasting for an exploration of the latest crop of science-fiction and action-adventure flicks. We also examine the strengths and weaknesses of open borders advocate/grindhouse director Robert Rodriguez’s...
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Minority Report

  Summer is the season of big budget, blockbuster Hollywood releases. In the latest edition of Seavey/Perry, we explore some of the more ostentatious displays of film pyrotechnics. Enjoy. 
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Seth MacFarlane: Pro and Con

  The summer movie season is upon us, but in addition to the usual action-packed blockbusters which never fail to disappoint, there are a host of comedies that attempt to tickle the average moviegoer’s funny bone. One such film is Seth MacFarlane’s A Million Ways to Die in the West, which has a rather...
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Godzilla Attacks…Again!

  The latest installment of Seavey/Perry explores Hollywood’s attempt to reinvigorate one of our favorite dystopian film franchises dealing with the societal fallout from nuclear fusion. That’s right, it’s Mothra’s arch-nemesis Godzilla!   Tell us what you think about the latest iteration on a classic cinematic monster, including whether or not you agree with Japanese...
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Seavey and Perry on ScoJo

The latest installment of Seavey/Perry examines Hollywood’s latest superhero, who, it must be said, is a vast improvement upon her predecessors. We’re looking at you, Jennifer Garner.
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The Emperor of Twee (Seavey/Perry on Wes Anderson)

  The latest installment of the entertainment podcast sweeping the nation has arrived! Our apologies for any audio difficulties you might encounter, and a promise to rectify that bug in the future. Until then, enjoy my thoughts on Pete Seeger’s passing-and cultural influence, both negative and positive-as well as Wes Anderson’s latest (unsuccessful) attempt...
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The DREAM Factory

The DREAM Factory

This film sounds so delightfully atrocious that we’re moderately interested in seeing just how bad the final product is, should it come to fruition. Much like La Misma Luna, the protagonist of this feature is a beleaguered yet ambitious DREAMer. Who better to tug on the heart strings of credulous cineastes as Congress attempts...
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Not Even A Fig Leaf

Not Even A Fig Leaf

  Update: A list of the Republican senators who abandoned their constituents. Watch the Senate debate live! The chart above-compiled by the Federation for American Immigration Reform-illustrates how the Gang of Eight bill rewards criminality-at least, if the crimes are being perpetrated by a favored political constituency. In this case, illegal aliens. Tonight the Senate...
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Hating Breitbart

Hating Breitbart

It’s been over a year since we lost Andrew Breitbart, although it seems much longer, and his departure is just as piercing today, as we confront an administration unencumbered by the rule of law, overseen by a politically neutered Congress, and whose actions are facilitated by a press whose slavish devotion to the left’s...
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Legacy of Love

Legacy of Love

Most of you are aware of the horrific murder which took the life of independent actor and filmmaker, as well as loving wife and mother, Adrienne Shelly over six years ago. We’ve chronicled the struggle her widower Andrew Ostroy has waged in order to bring to account the negligent employers who allowed criminal alien...
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