Time of Eve: The Movie is definitely one of the most intellectual, thought-provoking, yet ultimately heartwarming feature-length films I've seen in quite a while. Oh, but have I mentioned it's an anime? LE GASP!
Cheshire Cat Studios' Obscure Movie Month: 2011 Edition draws to a close with CineMax's review of Bruce Lee Fight Back from the Grave - one of the most shameless and offensive films in the history of cinema. Not in the way you'd think, though.
In his newest review, CineMax elaborates on why the latest Pirates of the Caribbean film is nothing more than a rushed unimaginative cash-in, as well as (not so kindly) asks the film studios to give this senile and depleted cash-cow of a franchise its well-deserved rest.
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