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  • EUR Film Review (by Kam Williams): ‘Lucky Bastard’

    Feb 10, 14 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    Fan Wins Date with Porn Star in Found-Footage Horror Flick *Dave (Jay Paulson) thought he’d died and gone to heaven when he learned that he’d won the monthly “Lucky Bastard” contest run by the adult entertainment website. He was informed by the site’s owner, Mike (Don McManus), that his name had been picked from all […]

  • EUR Film Review by Kam Williams: ‘Life of a King’

    Jan 19, 14 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    Ex-Con Opens Chess Club for At-Risk Kids in Ghetto-Based Biopic *In “Life of a King,” Eugene Brown (Cuba Gooding, Jr.) was so worried about returning to his neighborhood in inner-city Washington, DC after serving 17 years for bank robbery that he shared his concern with his cellmate Searcy (Dennis Haysbert). The wise, old elder responded […]

  • EUR Film Review (by Kam Williams): ‘American Hustle’

    Dec 28, 13 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    Retro Dramedy Revisits Abscam Scandal during Gaudy Disco Era *In the late Seventies, a half-dozen Congressmen along with a United States Senator were caught on camera taking bribes from FBI agents posing as wealthy Arab sheiks. The elaborate sting in which the disgraced politicians became ensnared was code named Abscam, a contraction of Arab Scam. […]

  • EUR Film Review: ‘The Best Man Holiday’

    Nov 17, 13 by Larry Buford Leave a comment

    “Life is like a box of chocolates – you never know what you’re gonna get” so says the wise man Forrest Gump. That would be an appropriate description of Writer/Director Malcolm D. Lee’s “The Best Man Holiday,” the sequel to 1999’s “The Best Man.” The reunion of cast members from the 1999 film – Taye […]

  • EUR Film Review: ‘The Counselor’

    Oct 27, 13 by EurPublisher 1 Comment

    *It’s easy to see why this crime thriller got greenlit by Hollywood. First of all, The Counselor written by Pulitzer Prize-winner Cormac McCarthy whose relatively-riveting “No Country for Old Men” won four Academy Awards, including Best Picture. Secondly, Oscar-nominated director Ridley Scott (Gladiator, Black Hawk Down and Thelma & Louise) was brought aboard, as well […]

  • ’12 Years A Slave’: An EUR Film Review (by Larry Buford)

    Oct 15, 13 by Larry Buford Leave a comment

    *After viewing the pre-opening screening of the much-anticipated movie “12 Years A Slave,” I must say first and foremost, the cinematography, directing, and acting was superb! The lighting and sound effects were so well balanced and clear that I was not inclined to wish (as I often do) I were at home watching the DVD […]