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Elizabeth: The Golden Age

I watched this film with my wife and she said she could not empathize with a character that had everything and complained so much, that she only wanted to hang on to her control, that being the reason love had to be sacrificed. Others have agreed.... Read more
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Things We Lost in the Fire

It is hard to replace a perfect husband and father. Or is it?  “Things We Lost in the Fire” is the English-language debut film for Oscar-nominated Danish director Susanne Bier (“After the Wedding”).... Read more
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Body of Lies

The name in the title says it all; lies are abundant in the film. Director Ridley Scott adapts of the novel, Body of Lies for the big screen staring Leonardo DiCaprio and Russell Crowe.  The premise is simple.... Read more
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Quarantine

Director John Erick Dowdle is once again joined by his brother Drew who co-pen’s the screenplay for this film after their twice as disturbing horror film The Poughkeepsie Tapes (2007), further adding onto their newfound love of the shock and horror genre.  This time around the brothers Dowdle inc... Read more
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Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist

Director Peter Sollet, better known for his award winning film Raising Victor Vargas, offers up somewhat of a chemistry-less film about two teenagers whose lives revolve around music and their journey to find love.  Michael Cera and Kat Dennings play the obviously mismatched couple whose majority... Read more
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Flash of Genius

Flash of Genius by definition is an inventive act which had to have come into the mind of an inventor in a "flash of genius" and not as a result of tinkering.  This was the standard by which all patents were approved for over a decade.... Read more
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Blindness

When an epidemic of blindness has stricken an entire city, everything begins to crumble.... Read more
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Ghost Town

Most famous for his role in the British version of The Office, Randy Gervais gets his lead film debut with Ghost Town, a comedy about dead people who are still left on Earth with unfinished business.  After and routine procedure goes wrong, Bertram Pincus (Gervais) is brought back to life and gai... Read more
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Righteous Kill

It’s been a while since we’ve seen both Robert De Niro and Al Pacino share the big screen (1995 with Heat to be precise) but Righteous Kill brings the two together as fellow cops looking to catch a serial killer.  Turk and Rooster (Niro and Pacino) have been partners and practically best friends.... Read more
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Burn After Reading

Burn After Reading, the follow up to the Oscar Award winning Coen Brothers film No Country For Old Men, is a surprisingly horrible film with no depth, no plot, and no satisfaction.... Read more
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