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Movie Review: Get On Up

August 2, 2014
Movie Review: Get On Up

Get On Up does two things magnificently well, and they’re related: It conveys the batshit craziness of both James Brown and Little Richard, which is quite a feat and aided in no small part from Chadwick Boseman as Brown and Brandon Mychal Smith as Richard. The two give performances so captivating that it’s worth...
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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: Jurassic Park 3D

April 5, 2013
Movie Review: Jurassic Park 3D

It’s Jurassic Park. I still have my toy T-Rex from 1993 — and it still roars! I know pretty much all of Jeff Goldblum’s lines by heart and am working my way through memorizing Wayne Knight’s. I, like many others, am still pissed that Muldoon gets treated the way he does. Jurassic Park was...
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Movie Review: This Is 40

December 21, 2012
Movie Review: This Is 40

It’s a sort of sequel to 2007′s Knocked Up in the sense that it focuses on the supporting characters Debbie (director Judd Apatow’s real-life wife Leslie Mann) and Pete (Paul Rudd), both turning 40 the same week and juggling a handful of personal and financial problems. Paul manages a near-bankrupt record label, signing such...
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Movie Review: Les Misérables

December 19, 2012
Movie Review: Les Misérables

I’ve read a lot of novels, and I’ve heard that Les Misérables is the best. I hadn’t read it, and I didn’t believe it. After seeing Les Misérables, I’m starting to. The film is based on the musical, but its chief accomplishment is adapting the depth and breadth of an immense work. Like the...
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Movie Review: Ted

June 29, 2012
Movie Review: Ted

Seth MacFarlene’s feature-film directing debut mines two of his favorite devices: anthropomorphism and ’80s pop culture. In Family Guy we got a talking dog; in American Dad, a talking fish (and an alien); in The Cleveland Show, a family of talking bears. Now, in Ted, we get another talking bear. It goes without saying...
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Movie Review: Snow White and the Huntsman

June 2, 2012
Movie Review: Snow White and the Huntsman

I don’t know what the point of this movie is. at times, it’s great to look at, and has some clever visuals such as dipping Charlize Theron in ivory or having her vanish in a murder of crows…or ravens, which are probably the right birds, seeing as how her name is Ravenna. She’s the...
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Movie Review: Battleship

May 19, 2012
Movie Review: Battleship

It’s a board-game movie, so I don’t think anyone has their expectations especially high, though the only other board-game movie I can think of off the top of my head is Clue, and it was fantastic. And Connect Four, but I think that’s a porno. Seriously, we all kind of knew this wasn’t going...
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Movie Review: The Lorax

March 2, 2012
Movie Review: The Lorax

The story of The Lorax has never felt right to me. Either the Once-ler is the most short-sighted whatsit in the world, next to the Lorax himself (or at least the forest creatures), or the entire tale is a buried parable on the importance of stable property rights. Given Seuss’s general lack of subtlety...
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Movie Review: Wanderlust

February 24, 2012
Movie Review: Wanderlust

I’m not sure if the world needed a movie to put those damn hippies in their place, or needed to introduce us to the culture of nude wine-making, or why the name is Wanderlust when the characters stay in one place, but no matter. Paul Rudd plays George, a 30/40-something someone (this is where...
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