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Year of the Dog

Peggy (Molly Shannon) is reduced to an empty husk of a person after her dog, Pencil, dies after an accidental poisoning. This event becomes a catalyst that drives her to appreciate all animals on a deeper level.... Read more
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300

When I saw the first trailer for 300 I knew that I had to see this movie. Very rarely do I strive to go to an actual theater to watch a movie as I spend most of my work day with headphones on watching DVD after DVD; but this one stood out.... Read more
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300

SYNOPSIS: Based on the graphic novel by Frank Miller, this is a dramatic and somewhat fantasized telling of one of the greatest battles in history.... Read more
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Zodiac

SYNOPSIS: I was pretty skeptical when I first heard about this one. David Fincher is one of my favorite directors but I couldn’t figure out how even he would be able to successfully chronicle the Zodiac killer events and make an entertaining movie. The subject matter is great and all.... Read more
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Black Snake Moan

SYNOPSIS: Lazarus (Samuel L. Jackson), a religious former blues player, discovers a battered, half-naked woman on the road near his rural Tennessee home and takes her in.... Read more
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Breach

Based on a true story, this film explores the F.B.I. investigation of Robert Hanssen (Chris Cooper), a top intelligence agent who secretly sold classified government information to foreign powers. His decade-spanning treason caused incalculable damage to U.S.... Read more
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Alpha Dog

When a group of gangster wannabe kids (who come from the wealth of L.A suburbia) abduct the brother of one of their debtors to use as leverage for payment, they get more troubles than any of them expected.... Read more
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Babel

SYNOPSIS: A shot rings out in the Moroccan countryside as two boys, practicing with their father’s rifle, unintentionally fire on a passenger bus.... Read more
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Accepted

The dork nerd wants to impress the hot chick that is with the asshole preppie guy (usually named Chad or Brad).... Read more
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X-Men: The Last Stand

When’s the last time a popular movie series released three films that were all good?  Okay, Indiana Jones and Nuke ‘em High, but lately?  My mind is still recoiling in horror from the last two Matrix films, and because of that I didn’t think that trilogies could actually work these days.  As it t... Read more
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