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reviewed The Social Network. February 03, 2011
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The Social Network
Words are weapons in THE SOCIAL NETWORK. For the most part, words are used vivaciously to accuse and to criticize Mark Zuckerberg's decisions on the road to becoming the billionaire he is today. After …
reviewed The King's Speech. February 01, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
The King's Speech
**** out of ****     There are few stories without an enemy; and few films without a flaw. Yes, history has proved me somewhat wrong and there are indeed MANY great, flawless films, …
reviewed Salt (movie). February 01, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
SALT (2010)
** out of ****     "Salt" is the kind of film that I only pondered because (1.) spy films can be pretty fun to watch, and (2.) the critical reception was mixed (Roger Ebert wrote a …
posted a Quick Tip about The King's Speech. January 31, 2011
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The King's Speech
A couple of my friends and I went into The King's Speech expecting a serious, dry historical melodrama, but we came out of the theatre inspired and laughing.      The film tells …
reviewed The King's Speech. January 31, 2011
The King's Speech
"The King's Speech" is the true story of George VI (Colin Firth), who was King of the United Kingdom starting in 1936. The title refers to a radio speech which George made in 1939 to announce …
reviewed Another Year. January 31, 2011
Another Year
"Another Year" opens with an incredibly depressed woman (Imelda Staunton, who starred in "Vera Drake") undergoing a doctor-mandated therapy session in order to obtain sleeping pills. …
reviewed The Social Network. January 31, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
The Social Network
Upon first hearing about The Social Network my first thought was the same as just about everyone else's.  "Who in the hell wants to watch a movie about the creation of FACEBOOK?" But …
reviewed The King's Speech. January 31, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
The King's Speech
There is a pivotal moment in the King's Speech that just speaks volumes about what the movie is about and what it means.  It's a scene where Bertie (also known as a King George VI)I--a man …
reviewed The King's Speech. January 30, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
The King's Speech
It was a little slow at the beginning but the movie picks up lots of momentum towards the end. The true story of a royalty's speech impediment. Had he been just another prince, then it's no big …
reviewed Green Zone. January 30, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
Green Zone
Pros: The real soliders that participated     Cons: concept?     The Bottom Line:   "The size of your heart determines who wins.   Modern day …
reviewed The King's Speech. January 22, 2011
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The King's Speech
Well if this isn't Oscar bait I don't know what is. A movie about the British monarchs that comes out in December. The only thing that is holding it back from pure gold is that it is actually …
reviewed The King's Speech. January 22, 2011
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The King's Speech
   Speech impediments are a horrible thing to deal with, I’d imagine. And I’d imagine they are far, far worse if you’re the titular leader of 1/4 of the world. That’s …
posted a Quick Tip about The King's Speech. January 22, 2011
The King's Speech
Really lovely movie with outstanding performances by Colin Firth as King George VI (aka Bertie), who suffered from a stammer, and Geoffrey Rush as his speech therapist. I found it an enjoyable blend of …
reviewed The King's Speech. January 22, 2011
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The King's Speech
   What an extraordinary piece of filmmaking. Tom Hooper took the interesting story of King George VI of Britain (Colin Firth) struggle for regaining trust in his own voice. Knowledgeable of …
reviewed RED. January 21, 2011
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RED
It started off "cowboy" style and hilarious to a certain degree. It's not what my idea of Bruce Willis is. It's kinda fun watching this movie, from the beginning to the end. From Kansas …
reviewed Another Year. January 15, 2011
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Another Year
ANOTHER YEAR   Written and Directed by Mike Leigh   Starring Jim Broadbent, Ruth Sheen and Lesley Manville       Gerri: Change is hard, isn’t it?   …
posted a Quick Tip about Salt (movie). January 09, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
SALT (2010)
Loads of action and good actors making it a really entertaining movie...but the ending....yuck i didnt like it
posted a Quick Tip about Salt (movie). January 09, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
SALT (2010)
Loads of action and good actors making it a really entertaining movie...but the ending....yuck i didnt like it
reviewed The King's Speech. January 05, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
The King's Speech
Don't miss this movie just because its not gotten a wide release.  Here in Raleigh, NC, it isn't playing at any of the multi-screen multiplexes, which actually gives you a great excuse to …
reviewed RED. January 04, 2011
RED
You know how I said in my Psycho review that making horror films is a lost art? Well, I say the same thing about action films. I think a definite thing that has to do with the downfall of action is the …
posted a Quick Tip about The Social Network. January 04, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
The Social Network
The guy may be a success but after this movie, I like him even less! For whatever reasons, this movie just doesn't appeal to me!
posted a Quick Tip about Salt (movie). January 03, 2011
SALT (2010)
Better than I had expected. At the least, I had not been bored and was actually well entertained. It's quick paced, lots of action and keeps one wondering as to what is really happening although when …
reviewed The King's Speech. January 03, 2011
posted in Movie Hype
The King's Speech
Stories about friendship and courage. They are a guaranteed crowd-pleaser whose stories have been told in various different ways. It is just something that people need to be told from time to time that …
posted a Quick Tip about The King's Speech. January 02, 2011
The King's Speech
This is a brilliant film on many levels. Cinematically, you can see that the director clearly spent a fair amount of time deliberately structuring shots thematically, and, if anything, that may be the …
reviewed The King's Speech. January 01, 2011
The King's Speech
I can enjoy fine movies with minimalist acting. Where the actors spend a lot of time saying nothing, but looking very serious, or hurt, or angry or whatever. The kind of the thing that lots of young American …
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