Theatrical

Ratatouille

It would seem the farther Pixar goes with their films the better the animation becomes.... Read more
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Live Free or Die Hard

Live Free or Die Hard is how action movies used to be made.  There is no way Justin Long could possibly replace Sam Jackson as a sidekick or Timothy Olyphant ever make a very good bad guy.... Read more
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Evan Almighty

Evan Almighty seems to succeed where other faith based films have tried in the past decade and it does it without pressing the issues.... Read more
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1408

1408 is a unique film which may not be the most exciting, or the scariest, but it never falls into the realm of the cliché. In the genre of horror or thriller, that alone should earn this movie some praise.... Read more
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Nancy Drew

Having been somewhat of a prisoner to my 9 year olds fascination with Nancy Drew and the recent release of the Nancy Drew Mysteries DVD sets I have been in dire need of an updated Nancy Drew. There’s only so much fifties style talk and fashion that one father can stand.... Read more
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Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer

When a strange force begins to create anomalies on Earth, readying the planet for destruction, the lives of the Fantastic Four are thrown into turmoil, again.  I don’t know what it was that I really disliked about the first film but I do know now that this film has been made it will go down in my... Read more
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Hostel: Part II

Geezus, I don’t even know where to start this one. I was dragged kicking and screaming, much like the victims in these films, to see this flick. What exactly categorizes a film as a “snuff film”? Well I’ve deemed this piece of crap “torture porn”.... Read more
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Ocean's Thirteen

When one of their own is betrayed in a business venture and consequently suffers a heart attack, Ocean (George Clooney) and company embark on a revenge plot to cause the newest casino on the strip to lose a fortune on its opening night.... Read more
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Day Watch

ay Watch is the second installment of Timur Bekmambetov’s trilogy based off of the books of Sergei Lukyanenko. Day Watch picks up where Night Watch left off with the story of the light ones versus the dark ones, or basically, good versus evil.... Read more
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28 Weeks Later

So you don’t go into this movie confused on the title like I did, let me run down the synopsis really quick.  Even after seeing the movie, I am still not fully sure of the time-frame in relation to the first movie.  It starts off in the middle of a storyline involving what appears to be a man, hi... Read more
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