Happy New Year from Rivenmaster (2012)

2012 Robots

2011 has been a banner year for Rivenmaster’s Place.  We were afforded some extraordinary interviews and introduced some of the best young talent in the world, some for the very first time. In addition you, our subscribers and readers, have catapulted this site to record breaking monthly numbers.

While we are still a long way to our goal for daily readers, we are very happy to announce that we are now enjoying over Ten Thousand visitors and readers a month.

Please know how very much we appreciate all of our wonderful subscribers and readers

I would like to wish a Happy New Year to all the wonderful young talented musicians, actors, dancers, vocalists, and stage performers who have graced this site by way of feature articles or movie reviews these past three years.

Here’s wishing you the very best of success in 2012!

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Real Steel Has Reel Appeal


From the beginning of this film you know it’s going to be one that is not only filled with excitement and great special effects but one that has a back-story that will also touch your heart.

Young Max Kenton played by charming 12 year old Dakota Goyo not only supports his co superstar Hugh Jackman, but at times steals the show.

If you have not yet seen this late Summer Box Office thrill ride, you still have time to view it in its entire large screen splendor at many local theaters.

This Smash-um, Bash-um, Rock-um-Sock-um Sci-fi story is not only well produced, but directed in such a way that it masterfully relates its story of relationships, hurts, joys, and the struggle to hold on to your dreams without losing the most meaningful things in your life.


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Hugh Jackman plays Charlie Kenton, a down on his luck ex-boxer who lost his championship boxing career by being replaced by large futuristic fighting robots.  With his life in the state of turmoil due to the loss of his wife, family, and job, he now scrounges parts to create a robot that can compete in the arena and hopefully bring back his respected status among his peers.  Of course this isn’t working out so well, and to make things worse, his ex-wife passes away leaving him his twelve year old son whom he has no time for.  The very thought of becoming a full time Father is the last thing on his list of things to do.

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