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Documentary Review: ‘Life Itself’

July 4, 2014
Documentary Review: ‘Life Itself’

Ebert would have loved this: It does not gloss over major events that tarnish his star – his alcoholism, his pettiness, even his face. This is not simply a chronicle of the critic’s final few months, rather it’s an overview of his life, aptly so, I suppose, as it’s adapted, in part, from Ebert’s...
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Movie Review: Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return

May 11, 2014
Movie Review: Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return

Legends of Oz doesn’t inspire much in a cogent metaphor or witty comparison. For anyone who remembers, and you probably shouldn’t because that’s the idea, this is the cinematic equivalent of the animated series Undergrads: The animation is drab, the humor aspires to only a few chuckles, and the characters are defined by tics....
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Movie Review: Brick Mansions

April 26, 2014
Movie Review: Brick Mansions

For a movie that makes mention, nearly every five minutes or so, that this is Detroit, it seems odd that they would offer almost no evidence beyond cars. The Metropolitan? No, you silly bastards, the paper of Detroit is the Free Press. We drink Vernor’s and wholly expect to get shot exiting to both...
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Movie Review: Non-Stop

March 1, 2014
Movie Review: Non-Stop

Liam Neeson is Bill Marks, a U.S. Federal air marshal with the obligatory checkered past and a delightful host of vices. Midway through a trans-Atlantic flight he receives a text message from an untraceable number that claims in 20 minutes someone on the plane will die…unless a $150 million is deposited into a special...
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Movie Review: 3 Days to Kill

February 22, 2014
Movie Review: 3 Days to Kill

3 Days to Kill makes a point of flashing Luc Besson’s name across the screen, even though he’s not the director. That distinction goes to McG, whose name really feels like it should inspire some kind of good joke, but if it’s out there, I haven’t heard it. Just like the Luc Besson connection...
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Movie Review: That Awkward Moment

February 1, 2014
Movie Review: That Awkward Moment

Zac Effron is Jason, a 20-or-so  book-cover designer living in New York with his best friend and co-worker Daniel (The Spectacular Now‘s Miles Teller) and other best friend Mikey (Michael B. Jordan). Mikey discovers his wife canoodling with the lawyer who will eventually handle their divorce, and so he and Dan and Jason make...
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Movie Review: ‘Lone Survivor’

January 11, 2014
Movie Review: ‘Lone Survivor’

Lone Survivor is a movie that does itself a few large disservices: Its title reveals too much; its trailer is much too long and plays like quick spot on an On Demand showcase; and it tugs and shoves and pulls in so many directions, that it ends up seeming unsure of both its strengths...
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Movie Review: The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

December 25, 2013
Movie Review: The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

I wasn’t holding out much hope for this one. Like anyone with a brain and a distinct fear of transforming from an adventurous roustabout into an office drone, I have a deep appreciation for the work of James Thurber (not to mention Danny Kaye, who starred in the original adaptation), and when the trailer...
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Movie Review: Homefront

November 23, 2013
Movie Review: Homefront

Among Jason Statham movies, Homefront is right above the middle: It does what you’d expect, but it does it a bit better than what’s been done before. Statham is Statham, so he’s the secretive outsider with his own code of ethics, and everyone around him is obsessed with violating that code. It’s not much...
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Movie Review: Ender’s Game

November 2, 2013
Movie Review: Ender’s Game

Before seeing the film, I had a study group session, and one of my buddies in our group mentioned that he had read several of the book’s in Orson Scott Card’s Ender’s Game series. He said the theme was empathy, and, outside of that and the hubbub surrounding Card’s controversial comments on same-sex marriage,...
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