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Movie Review: Men in Black III

May 29, 2012
Movie Review: Men in Black III

The good guys, dressed in black, are back. Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith return fifteen years after the original Men in Black and a decade after the lackluster sequel. Number three even manages to be closer in quality to its original than its direct predecessor, by finding fresh and inventive ways of revitalizing...
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What to Expect When You’re Expecting Review-Erin’s Take

May 18, 2012
What to Expect When You’re Expecting Review-Erin’s Take

What to Expect When You Are Expecting is the story (or stories) of five woman who have no real connection to one another, outside of an extra “x”  chromosome (and an affinity towards reality TV). The sole reason that they are all in this movie is because each are on a journey for the same...
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Movie Review: Dark Shadows

May 11, 2012
Movie Review: Dark Shadows

  Tim Burton’s attempts to homage, revamp, and satirize his latest remake Dark Shadows are ambitious, but fruitless.  As he tries to entertain, wow, scare, and captivate the audience, he takes what could have been a tongue-in-cheek revival of the cult classic and instead makes a film that lacks cohesiveness with no clear tone or...
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Movie Review: Chimpanzee

April 20, 2012
Movie Review: Chimpanzee

There is no denying that Chimpanzee is a joy to watch. Clocking in at just over an hour, it is engaging, stunningly beautiful, and even made me temporarily want one (well, a baby that doesn’t have superhuman strength yet, at least). It is only about what the title implies and contains a surprising absence of...
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Movie Review: ‘The Secret World of Arrietty’

February 17, 2012
Movie Review: ‘The Secret World of Arrietty’

Sometimes a movie is unafraid to just move at its own pace. In a generation of films that consistently insist on wowing the moviegoer for every frame with booms, bangs and pops, The Secret World of Arrietty is tastefully understated and unafraid of it’s own delicate pace.  That is not to say that the film...
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Movie Review: “Man on a Ledge”

January 27, 2012
Movie Review: “Man on a Ledge”

Maybe I was overly optimistic, but Harold Lloyd’s classic “Safety Last!” was the first association I found myself thinking of as I waited for the unfortunately limp Man on a Ledge to begin. In the infamous sequence from the silent film, Lloyd scales a building (and hangs from a clock) which provides shock, humor,...
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Movie Review: The Adventures of Tintin

December 23, 2011
Movie Review: The Adventures of Tintin

Every little boy seems drawn to adventure. Swashbuckling. Damsels in distress. Treasure. Dragons or other mythical beasts. Pirates. The wilderness. The jungle. The sea. Just a few choice key words can evoke the imagery of a gaggle of boys riding their bikes on a secret quest filled with mystery and imaginary guns fired with...
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Movie Review: Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows

December 16, 2011
Movie Review: Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows

Sherlock Holmes, action hero is at it again. The year is 1895 and turn of the century London is murky, rainy and CGI’d as ever. Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows picks up where the first film left off. Not much has changed since the conclusion of part one. Sherlock’s always faithful partner-in-fighting-crime, Watson (Jude...
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Movie Review: Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone

December 2, 2011
Movie Review: Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone

While it’s possible you’ve never heard of Fishbone, chances are at least one of your favorite bands have. This African American band that formed in a South Central L.A. junior high school in 1979 could easily be classified as punk, funk, ska or a number of other things. The band lacks the ease of...
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Movie Review: The Descendants

November 23, 2011
Movie Review: The Descendants

  The Descendants, directed by Alexander Payne, is equal parts touching, thoughtful and honest. It contains as many moments of subtle truthfulness as high drama and never goes too long without a genuinely funny moment. All of this could as equally be said for George Clooney and his career. The pairing, in fact, of...
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