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reviewed Casablanca (movie). November 05, 2011
Casablanca
What's the film about?   Its hard to say what this film is about.  Its a war movie, its a romantic movie, its a period drama.  Yet its none of these and at the same time all of …
reviewed House on Haunted Hill (1959 film). October 25, 2011
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House on Haunted Hill (1959)
**** out of ****     I had no idea that the concepts of Camp had originated from so far back in cinematic time, but "House on Haunted Hill" proves, furthermore, that such things existed …
reviewed Citizen Kane. October 17, 2011
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Citizen Kane
Citizen Kane      "Rosebud..."       "Welles's accidental semi-autobiographical film stops trying to tell a good story, but tells a story …
reviewed Scream 3. October 09, 2011
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Scream 3
** out of ****     Plenty of effort went into making "Scream 3". Wes Craven would be my first choice - or at least one of them - when it comes to the slasher genre and who I like working …
reviewed Scream 2. October 09, 2011
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Scream 2
*** out of ****     "Scream 2" is all whimsy, all wit, and all entertainment. I don't find it quite as funny, scary, or unforgettable as the film that it is a follow-up to, but it …
reviewed Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. September 17, 2011
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Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
**** out of ****     We remember a lot of good things in life; that, as I believe, is given. We remember because we want to, and because these are the moments that ultimately save …
reviewed Lawrence of Arabia. August 17, 2011
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DVD front
**** out of ****     I believe that "Lawrence of Arabia"; like "Citizen Kane", "The Godfather", and "Psycho", is a film that you never quite see the first time. Most people will be …
reviewed (500) Days of Summer. August 15, 2011
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(500) Days of Summer
Don't be fooled by the opening narration. (500) Days of Summer is very much a love story. Just not the kind we're used to seeing.      Come to think of it, the title's …
reviewed Iron Man 2. August 15, 2011
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Iron Man 2
Plenty of action. Plenty of drama, partying, flirting. But it lacked the heart of the first film (pardon the pun) and felt more choppy and predictable. There was one very satisfying relational moment, …
reviewed Dead Letter Office. July 18, 2011
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Dead Letter Office
I'm sure I had this idea once - a story fragment that flickered across my brain about the letters that fall between the cracks, the ones that never reach their destination. I'm glad I didn't …
reviewed Zelig (1983 movie). July 09, 2011
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I have never seen quite anything like it. When Woody Allen's 1983 film "Zelig" was released it was dubbed a "mockumentary". "Zelig" stars Woody Allen as a curious little …
reviewed Zookeeper. July 09, 2011
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Zookeeper
Star Rating:         Is this supposed to be a joke? Zookeeper is so unbelievably stupid that it may not have been intended as a serious movie, but rather as a prank concocted …
reviewed Zookeeper. July 08, 2011
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Zookeeper
      By Joan Alperin Schwartz      When five different people get screenwriting credit for one film, you know something went terribly wrong.   And that's …
reviewed The Decline of the American Empire. July 05, 2011
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The Decline of the American Empire
THE DECLINE OF THE AMERICAN EMPIRE   Written and Directed by Denys Arcand   Starring Dominique Michel, Dorothee Berryman, Louise Portal, Pierre Curzi and Remy Girard       …
reviewed Avatar (2009 film). July 04, 2011
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Avatar
Okay, first of all, I'd like to say that when I watched this, I didn't have high expectations for it and even with that mindset, I still felt quite cheated when Avatar was over. What really amazes …
reviewed Inception. July 04, 2011
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Inception teaser poster
For months, just like everyone else on Earth, I've been hearing and seeing the buzz surrounding Christopher Nolan's newest film, Inception. However, due to time constraints caused by college and …
reviewed Assault on Precinct 13 (1976 movie). June 24, 2011
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Carpenter's second feature is a lean, urban reworking of Hawks' Rio Bravo. The B-movie maestro has always produced impressive results on shoestring budgets, but this $100K production delivers …
reviewed North by Northwest. June 23, 2011
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North by Northwest
**** out of ****     Alfred Hitchcock makes some really fine movies; movies that reach, impact, and give the viewer new ways to look at movies. Most would think "Psycho" when they …
reviewed The Godfather: Part II. June 23, 2011
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***1/2 out of ****       I think what makes Francis Ford Coppola's "Godfather" films so intriguing is the fact that the mobsters portrayed within the film's story are not …
reviewed The Godfather. June 23, 2011
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The Godfather
**** out of ****     The most overrated word is most definitely "overrated". Recently, I've heard the word been used in the most peculiar of situations; one of them being to describe …
reviewed Rabbit Hole. June 20, 2011
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Rabbit Hole
Say what you will about EWTN and the late Mother Angelica, but one of the most poignant and moving episodes of 'Mother Angelica Live' was when a male guest came to talk about his faith and the …
reviewed Inception. June 18, 2011
Inception teaser poster
At present, both the demand for and expectations of Christopher Nolan's big-budget conceptual genre offerings are equally high, and he still hasn't failed to deliver. Nolan possesses a rare talent …
reviewed Days of Heaven. June 16, 2011
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Days of Heaven
DAYS OF HEAVEN   Written and Directed by Terrence Malick   Starring Richard Gere, Brooke Adams, Linda Manz and Sam Shepard       Linda: I’m telling you, …
reviewed Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. June 15, 2011
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Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
After 16 years of slamming Hollywood studios for never getting our video game movies right, we finally have one that gets it exactly right. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World is a video game movie, even though …
reviewed Howard the Duck. June 11, 2011
Howard the Duck
There are some movies which you see and honestly believe were made by people who were either high in marijuana haze or expected their audiences to be. The Wizard of Oz comes to mind. The 1980's equivalent …
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