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Hitchcock Review

June 10, 2013
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Hitchcock Review

  This is a biographical movie about one of the most known and revered names in suspense and horror. Anthony Hopkins plays the Alfred Hitchcock, and Helen Mirren plays his wife, Alma Reville.  It starts after the premiere of North by Northwest, and it chronicles the personal and professional trials as he struggles to do what he wants to do as a director. It starts as one of his...

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My Super Late Review of The Hobbit

March 29, 2013
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My Super Late Review of The Hobbit

I read books. I’m not going to lie, but I have never read The Hobbit. I own the book but I’ve never actually sat down and read it. So when the movie entered theaters I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. What I did do was to experience it in 3D. So with snack and drink in hand, 3D glasses firmly in place I entered the theater prepared to...

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Zero Dark 30 Review

January 5, 2013
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Zero Dark 30 Review

  Everyone already knows how Zero Dark Thirty ends. Just in case you don’t it’s not a big spoiler the film ends with the killing of Osama bin Laden in his Pakistani compound by SEAL Team 6. But it’s how it begins with the hauntingly effective use of voices of the 9-11 victims and then a pummeling abuse of a prisoner at a clandestine CIA "black site" — that...

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Samuel L Jackson joins cast of the RoboCop remake

June 7, 2012
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Samuel L Jackson joins cast of the RoboCop remake

It looks like the reboot of Robocop is attempting to be more badass because the word came down that Samuel L Jackson has signed on to join the cast of the Robocop film. Maybe, the addition of Jackson will make the original Robocop star Peter Weller stopped his whining and hatred about all things related to the reboot and actually make him a least a little bit enthusiastic about...

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Review of The Hunger Games

March 16, 2012
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  I really hate to be a director who has to take on a project that requires converting a popular book into a movie form. Gary Ross is a brave man because the weight of the success or failure of The Hunger Games film which is based upon the altar of popular book series rests squarely upon his shoulder. Looking back on the film very there are a few...

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Film Review: A Thousand Words

March 10, 2012
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Eddie Murphy's career has been in the toilet for a few years now and just when you think he'd finally climb his way back out of the bowl he puts out a stinker and tries to flush away once more. In A Thousand Words Eddie Murphy continues his career slide and manages to make his other bombs like Meet Dave and Norbert look nearly award-winning. It's just the latest...

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Will Ferrell To Make Step Brothers 2

March 3, 2012
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Last May Will Ferrell said that he, John C Reilly and writer-director Adam McKay were considering doing a sequel to Step Brothers and now it looks like that film will become a reality because Ferrell has announced they are starting to write the script and filming should begin this fall. On a side note to all you Will Ferrell fans, the actor also confirms that even though he wants...

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Review: Wanderlust

February 23, 2012
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George (PAUL RUDD) and Linda (JENNIFER ANISTON) in ?Wanderlust?, the raucous new comedy from director David Wain and producer Judd Apatow about a harried couple who leave the pressures of the big city and join a freewheeling community where the only rule is to be yourself.

"Wanderlust" is the latest comedy from David Wain about an out of work New York couple who find refuge in an unconventional commune while on their journey toward self-discovery. It's quite obvious from the get-go that this is a film that happily shoots for middlebrow mediocrity and commercial appeal relying heavily on gross out gags such as penis visuals (mostly thanks to a continually naked Joe Lo Truglio, playing...

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The Muppets Movie Review

November 23, 2011
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  It’s time to play the music. It’s time to light the lights because after 12 long years The Muppets have returned to the big screen. This 12 year hiatus in which The Muppets had fallen to the wayside, virtually forgotten by an entire generation that are more likely to recognize Pixar characters than a muppet. In my opinion that may be a good thing because this movie reintroduces...

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