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Hellboy II: The Golden Army

Hellboy II: the Golden Army reunites fans with our heroes in The Bureau for Paranormal Research and Defense (BPRD); Hellboy, Liz, Abe Sapien, and to a lesser degree, Tom Manning. Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane adds his voice to a new character as well. This time Hellboy and Co.... Read more
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Journey to the Center of the Earth

Brendan Fraser and Josh Hutcherson play Uncle and Nephew in this 3D version of the Jules Verne titled film, very loosely based on Verne’s book. During a week long visit Fraser and Hutcherson find themselves following clues that lead them on an adventure neither one of them had expected.... Read more
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Meet Dave

Meet Dave, an alien spaceship disguised as a human; Eddie Murphy to be exact. The tiny beings inside him are on a mission to Earth in order to search for an orb that was knocked out of orbit.  Lead by the Captain, Dave must find a way to save their planet from destruction.... Read more
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The Wackness

Although the buddy buddy, coming-of-age film, The Wackness won the 2008 Sundance Audience Award, I didn’t know what to make of the title or the fact that it starred Academy Award winner Sir Ben Kingsley with Mary-Kate Olsen and Method Man.... Read more
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Wanted

A nervous and pathetic office worker monologues about his seemingly worthless life of acceptance when he is suddenly pulled into a world of hired killers.  While the film was fun and action packed there were just to many similarities to other films that ruined the experience for me.... Read more
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Wall-E

The Year is 2700 and Wall-E (Waste Allocation Load Lifter -- Earth-Class), the last of his kind, continues his tireless work compacting and stacking bundles of trash. Unlike the other robots designed for such work Wall-E has dreams and ambitions.... Read more
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The Love Guru

Mike Myers returns in his same comical role, this time as the love Guru, Pitka, who attempts to fix the relationship between star hockey player Darren Roanoke (Romany Malco) and his wife, Prudence.  In an attempt to break the Bullard curse and win the Stanley Cup, Toronto Maple Leafs owner, Jane ... Read more
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Get Smart

Get Smart is a breath of fresh air in a genre of film that has been overrun by directors that feel the need to dumb down their films with body humor, sexuality, and vulgarity.... Read more
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The Incredible Hulk

Bruce Banner, still wandering, looks for a way to free himself of The Hulk. Like the television show, which the film borrows heavily from, Banner is always shy of finding a definitive answer to his condition but must battle his way through local trouble as well as trouble from his past.... Read more
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The Happening

On a relatively normal day there is a happening. People are killing themselves for no reason, at least not a reason we can comprehend.  The Happening marks a return of sorts for director M.... Read more
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