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Movie Review: The Conjuring

July 20, 2013
Movie Review: The Conjuring

Lorraine and Ed Warren are probably the most well known paranormal investigators of all time. Their cases have inspired several films, including The Amityville Horror  (1979) and A Haunting in Connecticut (2009). Now comes The Conjuring, a film adaptation of their experiences at a farmhouse in Rhode Island in the early seventies. The Perron...
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Movie Review: The Lone Ranger

July 4, 2013
Movie Review: The Lone Ranger

Late in the movie there’s a scene where a child is playing with a toy train set. As the little model ’rounds the corner, the boy pushes the accelerator, and the toy derails, crashing onto the floor.  The railroad owner, who’s lodging the boy, gives him a light talking-to, “Slow it down at the...
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Movie Review: The Bling Ring

June 21, 2013
Movie Review: The Bling Ring

In 2011 a crack burglar unit was sentenced to prison by a Los Angeles court fofor a series of crimes they most certainly committed. This group of mostly girls had burglarized the homes of nearly a dozen high-profile celebrities, making off with nearly $3 million in clothes and jewelry. Today, a film based on...
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TV’s 5 Most Stylish Dads: Steal Their Fashion for Your Man

June 20, 2013
TV’s 5 Most Stylish Dads: Steal Their Fashion for Your Man

Stumped on gifts to give the man in your life? Inject some style into the father figure in your life by taking a cue from some of the most fashionable dads on television. Here are five of our favorite trendsetting guys, who can all be found on shows provided by GetDirectTV.org. Phil Dunphy, ‘Modern...
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Movie Review: This Is the End

June 13, 2013
Movie Review: This Is the End

I’ve had, for some time, the suspicion that the current comedy troop of Rogen, Hill, Cera, and Franco would eventually get to the point where, instead of a script, they would just sit around and talk. Now we have This Is the End, and if this isn’t the logical conclusion of the gang’s comedy,...
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Movie Review: Before Midnight

May 24, 2013
Movie Review: Before Midnight

For a film that relies almost exclusively on dialogue (the rapport of Delpy and Hawke cannot be left aside), I’m stumbling to explain it. Hawke and Delpy play Jesse and Celine, two people who met 18 years ago, by chance, on a train from Budapest. They clicked and spent a day together, but other...
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Movie Review: The Great Gatsby

May 11, 2013
Movie Review: The Great Gatsby

I don’t know if it’s the strength of Fitzgerald’s novel or Luhrman’s good understanding of it, but this is a far better adaptation than I was expecting. In case you weren’t in an American high school, The Great Gatsby follows Nick Carraway (played here by Tobey Maguire), a bond trader moved to New York...
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Pint-Sized Characters Who Pack a Punch

May 2, 2013
Pint-Sized Characters Who Pack a Punch

  Most people think of action stars as some kind of larger-than-life testosterone-powered male: Bruce Willis, Jason Statham and Arnold Schwarzenegger all come immediately to mind. But I like it when movies break stereotypes and give us an action star in a much different package. Children can be used for something other than creeping...
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Movie Review: Pain & Gain

April 26, 2013
Movie Review: Pain & Gain

I’m not sure whether the appropriate genre for Pain & Gain is either comedy or thriller, but I am sure that it’s a story that the cosmos made specifically for Michael Bay. There’s bulked-up dudes, strippers, midgets, stereotypical gay guys, Miami, explosions, slow-motion, and cocaine and the ’90s. Mark Wahlberg is Daniel Lugo, a...
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Movie Review: The Place Beyond the Pines

April 5, 2013
Movie Review: The Place Beyond the Pines

The opening, a long tracking shot that follows motor stuntman “Handsome” Luke Glanton (Ryan Gosling), as he makes his way through the carnival, lighting cigarettes, pushing through the crowd, enterting the appointed tent, fastening his helmet, and buzzing in the cage with two others, is one of the best — and will likely remain...
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