Singin’ In The Rain – Digital Code #PhellasGiveAway Winner

We wanted to congratulate the winner of the 70th anniversary of Singin’ in the Rain on 4K Digital Code. Stay tuned for more giveaways coming soon!

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“A silent film star falls for a chorus girl just as he and his delusionally jealous screen partner are trying to make the difficult transition to talking pictures in 1920s Hollywood.”

Singin’ In The Rain – Digital Code #PhellasGiveAway 5/10

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We’re giving away the 70th anniversary of Singin’ in the Rain on 4K Digital Code. Check out the video to find out how you can win and don’t forget to use #PhellasGiveAway . We’ll be back on May 10th to announce the winner.

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“A silent film star falls for a chorus girl just as he and his delusionally jealous screen partner are trying to make the difficult transition to talking pictures in 1920s Hollywood.”

Review – Rushmore (1998)

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by Armando Vanegas

If you’ve ever been a 10-year-old who felt they outgrew Disney or that you were more mature than most kids around you, then Rushmore is the perfect movie for you. I grew up watching it on Comedy Central for years and it was at a perfect time in my life when my parents were getting divorced and I was starting middle school. I didn’t really have many people to lean on so Wes Anderson’s distinctive style spoke to me for many reasons. I felt Rushmore was a good version of a ‘90s teen movie filtered through a very reserved but adult lens. It feels like a prototypical high school movie but its unusual tone sets it apart from other movies like it. A lot of this is what has kept me coming back to it over the years and shows why Wes Anderson is still the best to ever do it.

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Review – No Time To Die (2022)

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Daniel Craig returns to play 007 one last time in the latest Bond film No Time to Die. Directed by Cary Jodi Fukunaga, the film stars Rami Malek as the nefarious villain Safin. Your two favorite secret agents Logan and Henry discuss their thoughts on the final Craig Bond film. Let us know what you thought about the film and the era of Daniel Craig as Bond in the comment section below.

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“James Bond has left active service. His peace is short-lived when Felix Leiter, an old friend from the CIA, turns up asking for help, leading Bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.”

Review – Spectre (2015)

Next up on our Daniel Craig Bond movie review series is Spectre. The film was directed once again by Sam Mendes, who returned to direct following his massive success with Skyfall. This time around, Bond must infiltrate the evil organization called Spectre, and put and end to it once and all. Christoph Waltz stars as the villain Blofeld, while Lea Seydoux stars as Dr. Madeline Swann. Check out our review of the film and let us know your thoughts on the film in the comment section below.

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“A cryptic message from James Bond’s past sends him on a trail to uncover the existence of a sinister organization named SPECTRE. With a new threat dawning, Bond learns the terrible truth about the author of all his pain in his most recent missions.”

Review – Skyfall (2012)

The names’ Bond, James Bond. We’ve been reviewing the Daniel Craig era of Bond films and return to talk about the 23rd film in the franchise, Skyfall. Directed by Sam Mendes, Skyfall is an action-packed adventure with a great story and memorable villain, played by Javier Bardem. Watch our review of Skyfall now and let us know your thoughts on the film.

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“James Bond’s loyalty to M is tested when her past comes back to haunt her. When MI6 comes under attack, 007 must track down and destroy the threat, no matter how personal the cost.”

Review – Casino Royale (2006)

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We’re taking it back to 2006 when Daniel Craig took over as 007 in our review of the 21st James Bond film Casino Royale.

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“After earning 00 status and a license to kill, secret agent James Bond sets out on his first mission as 007. Bond must defeat a private banker funding terrorists in a high-stakes game of poker at Casino Royale, Montenegro.”

Review – Rushmore (1998)

by Armando Vanegas

With Bottle Rocket being a critical hit, it only made sense for another studio like Touchstone Pictures to come calling and give Wes Anderson the skills to become the filmmaker that he is today. Due to its larger budget and higher profile, it’s no doubt that Rushmore is truly a Wes Anderson movie. I remember it being the movie that introduced me to Wes Anderson. Because of his unique style, no movie was like it at the time to me. Not to mention that it stood out from many other high school movies of its time such as Can’t Hardly Wait or American Pie. He knows how to use his style to create an immersive world that’s so meticulously detailed that he’s able to flesh out the characters and the story in a more convenient and subtle way than other filmmakers would probably do. Watching it now was somewhat unexpected. While I don’t think I can tout it as the masterpiece I once did, it was still an entertaining movie.

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