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Movie Review: The Ides Of March

Movie Review: The Ides Of March

Two actors, two faces and a two sided story. I smell an Oscar nod for Gosling…I see audience rejection of the film.

Movie Review — Restless

Movie Review — Restless

It’s October.  A time when Ghoulies, Ghosties and Long-Legged Beasties roam the earth.  But if you start seeing the ghost of a World War II Japanese kamikaze fighter pilot, you’re probably Enoch Brae, the central character of Restless.  And that’s not a bad place to be. Enoch is an odd kid.  If your name is Enoch […]

Movie Review — Real Steel

Movie Review — Real Steel

“Rock ‘em Sock ‘em Robots” get their day on the big screen in Real Steel, a movie that transcends the one-joke premise and is instead a heartwarming, fist-pumping mechanized fairy tale of a father and son coming together amid some of the baddest technology you’ll ever wish was really available.  Not to bad for a […]

Movie Review — What’s Your Number?

Movie Review — What’s Your Number?

Ally Darling is a slut.  At least that’s what all the women’s magazines tell her, and everyone knows those magazines are nothing but truth in pulp paper form.  So Ally goes on a mission to track down her ex-bf’s, in the hopes that one of ‘em will serve as her One True Love…so she won’t […]

Movie Review — Higher Ground

Movie Review — Higher Ground

CW, Kathleen, Corinne and Wendy are the typical family, maybe even better; they’re goofy with each other, mom & dad are still sexy crazy for each other, with a closeness that you just don’t see every day.  Then tragedy strikes, and the shockwaves send young Corinne to a wild life, and then to salvation with […]

Movie Review — Contagion

Movie Review — Contagion

Zombies are the big thing nowadays.  But what if the world went out with a whimper instead of a bang?  What if it went out with a cough?  It may not have the cool kids cachet of the stumbling dead, but Contagion‘s well thought out scientific underpinnings make it a compelling thriller for the brainy […]

Movie Review — The Debt

Movie Review — The Debt

Helen Mirren and Jessica Chastain play a Mossad agent that has to come to terms with her actions in The Debt, John Madden’s (Shakespeare In Love, Mrs. Brown) latest piece of low-key drama. But unlike his earlier pieces that dealt with serious decisions people make in their day-to-day lives, The Debt deals with life-or-death decisions […]

Movie Review — Colombiana

Movie Review — Colombiana

When a bad guy gets gunned down by another bad guy in the movies, it’s usually high fives all around.  But not for poor little Cataleya Restrepo, left to fend for herself after the death of her parents by a Columbian drug lord her father had just broken ties with.  The rest of Colombiana is […]

Movie Review — Fright Night

Movie Review — Fright Night

Look! Up in the sky! It’s a bird, it’s a plane it’s…something that’s distracting you from the fanged dude right next to you. Oops, too late. If you liked the original Fright Night, this new re-telling should have you jumping for joy. This is a remake that isn’t fresh and original, but it does hit […]

Movie Review — One Day

Movie Review — One Day

Emma and Dexter are graduating from college, circa 1988. She’s hellbent on making a difference in the world, and he’s up for anything the world has to offer.  Glimpsing into the lives of these two opposites on Saint Swithin’s Day (July 15th) for the next 20 years, you get love, glory, despair, and happiness, not […]

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