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reviewed Sea Level. February 05
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Sea Level
Well we all know that Finding Nemo set the standard by which all other underwater CG films are compared and to date, few (if any) have managed to get the formula right.  Beginning with DreamWorks’ …
reviewed Ninja Cheerleaders. February 04
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Ninja Cheerleaders
This movie was awful. I was hoping it would be so much better than it was. With a name like "Ninja Cheerleaders" I was thinking it would be a homerun. Also to add to my heartache and dismay, …
reviewed High Lane. February 04
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High Lane
“High Lane” is a French horror movie made in 2009 about five people who go hiking/mountain climbing in the mountains of Croatia. I am not certain if the movie was indeed shot and filmed in …
reviewed Code Red. February 04
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Code Red
These days, who doesn’t like even an acceptable zombie picture?  You get yourself a pack of the Undead.  You put ‘em on any countryside.  You turn ‘em loose, and you tell …
reviewed The Prey. February 04
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The Prey
The French know how to make a good thriller.  I’ve had the good fortune of seeing dozens of them over the years, and what always impresses me about their particular take on the genre is there’s …
reviewed The Adventurer: The Curse of the Mida.... February 03
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The Adventurer: The Curse of the Midas Box
As the technologies required to make a major motion picture slowly start to become more affordable, studios have greater access to the kinds of production requirements needed to compete with the big boys.  …
reviewed Disney's Planes. February 02
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Disney's Planes
In the event that you wonder how in the world the Pixar Cars franchise morphed into the Disney Planes universe (of which this film is the first of a proposed trilogy), let’s take a look at the interesting …
reviewed Unidentified. February 01
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Look, I’m going to be perfectly honest with you: I am one of those rare knuckleheads who still actually finds something worth enjoying in practically every found footage film that gets released …
reviewed Banshee Chapter. January 31
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Banshee Chapter
You know, long gone are the days when a horror film just wanted to be a good horror film.  These days – with the widespread availability of digital equipment – any Tom, Dick, or Harry …
reviewed Dark Touch. January 31
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Dark Touch
Not willing to let a good thing simply just be, some writers and directors strive for greater relevance.  For them it isn’t good enough to craft a film about, say, spousal abuse; rather, they …
reviewed The Invoking. January 31
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The Invoking
One of the incredible downsides to getting your feature known by utilizing the usual sources for independent films (i.e. online film outlets, film festivals, and other internet trappings) is that you’re …
reviewed Antisocial. January 29
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Sometimes, as a reviewer, I tend to get caught up in trying to tell you something to either tweak your interest in a particular project or (the opposite) encourage you not to waste your time.  ANTISOCIAL …
reviewed Jock the Hero Dog. January 26
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Jock the Hero Dog
At the end of 2007 Duncan MacNeillie, together with a small team of animators, relocated from Nelspruit to Johannesburg to start production on what would become Jock the Hero Dog.  It took a team …
reviewed All is Lost. January 26
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All is Lost
All is Lost is a film about one man and his fight for survival in the Indian Ocean.  This film has no dialogue, but the performance of Robert Redford proves that good acting does not need …
reviewed The Bling Ring. January 25
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The Bling Ring
"The Bling Ring" is an odd, funny, somewhat artsy film from Sofia Coppolla based on a fascinating Vanity Fair article by Nancy Jo Sales titled "The Suspects Wore Louboutins."  …
reviewed The Impossible. January 25
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'The Impossible' Starring Naomi Watts & Ewan McGregor
Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor star as parents who take their three sons to Thailand on vacation where they become victims of the deadly tsunami of 2004.      Every minute of this true …
reviewed Angry Birds Toons, Season 1, Vol. 1. January 24
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Angry Birds Toons, Season 1, Vol. 1
Angry birds toons, Season 1, Vol. 1      Angry Birds and those mischievous Piggies from the uber-popular apps and video games now have their own cartoon, ANGRY BIRDS! The first cartoons …
reviewed Argento's Dracula. January 24
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Argento's Dracula
How revelatory must a film truly be to include the director’s name above the picture’s title?  I suppose the answer will always be, “That depends on the director.”  For …
reviewed Epic. January 23
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Blue Sky Studios rarely receives the type of hype that surrounds Pixar/ Disney or DreamWorks yet if you think about it; these guys were around from the beginning.  Their first big CG feature film …
reviewed Captain Phillips. January 23
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Captain Phillips
Captain Rich Phillips (Tom Hanks) was taking his American cargo ship on a routine voyage off the coast of Africa, when a small band of armed Somali pirates boarded the ship. While most of the crew stayed …
reviewed Garibaldi's Lovers. January 21
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Garibaldi's Lovers
No matter how hard one looks, it’s growing increasingly difficult to find greater character comedies these days.  It would seem – so far as America’s Hollywood is concerned – …
reviewed Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy. January 21
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Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy
I’m ashamed to admit this – mostly because I’m such a huge fan of horror films in general – but I don’t recall seeing the first NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET in theatres.  …
reviewed Vikingdom. January 20
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Take note, gentle warriors: highbrow critics have always been quick (and first) to dismiss the validity of the fantasy film.  Why?  Well, there are possibly scores of reasons that range from …
reviewed Concrete Blondes. January 14
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Concrete Blondes
Screwball comedies have been around for decades. There are many good ones, and, it stands to reason, that there are as many (if not more) bad ones. I'm not particular fond of them; I don't dislike them, …
reviewed The Voyages of Young Doctor Dolittle. January 10
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The Voyages of Young Doctor Dolittle
You would certainly be forgiven if November of 2011’s direct-to-dvd release of Hugh Lofting’s classic tale of human/ animal communication failed to register on your CG feature film radar.  …
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