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reviewed The Tree of Life. June 05, 2011
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The Tree of Life
When I got out of the theaters for Terrence Malick‘s “The Tree of Life“, every viewer was asked to put their opinion on a piece of paper as to determine audience reaction. It is a film …
reviewed The Twilight Saga: New Moon. April 04, 2010
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The Twilight Saga: New Moon
   Let’s get one thing out the way; I am not this film’s target audience and I am not at all familiar with Stephanie Meyer’s books. So why the heck would I even bother to see …
reviewed Alice in Wonderland (2010 movie). March 06, 2010
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Alice in Wonderland
                     There have been many adaptations and interpretations in the silver screen of the …
reviewed Dead Snow. February 24, 2010
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Dead Snow
   Nazis and Zombies…a combination of both. It is very surprising that such a premise has been done before. The Norwegian horror-comedy thriller “DEAD SNOW” (aka. NIght of …
reviewed Murderer. January 24, 2010
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   Hong Kong cinema has been on the decline when it comes to suspense thrillers and “Murderer” is another attempt to try to hit box-office gold. The film was co-produced by Hong …
reviewed Sherlock Holmes (2009 movie). December 29, 2009
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Sherlock Holmes (2009 movie)
   Sherlock Holmes was created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and this character has clearly become a household name in the books of detective thrillers. Once again, Hollywood intends to re-imagine/revive/ …
reviewed Dead or Alive (movie). November 30, 2009
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Dead or Alive
   Drugs and Cocaine. A Hooker falling to her death. A new spin on Bulimia. A bathroom rendezvous. Sodomy. Sex. Topless Dancing. Nudity. Geysers of Blood. Ramen Noodles. A Clown. Grenades. Guns …
reviewed The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3. November 06, 2009
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The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3
   It has been maybe 10-12 years since I saw the original “The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3” and I think it would be safe to assume that a vast majority of the crowds in the multiplexes …
reviewed Inglourious Basterds. August 23, 2009
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Inglorious Poster
   Quentin Tarantino, taking inspiration from the 1978 Italian film “Inglorious Bastards“, “INGLOURIOUS BASTERDS” (now renamed “Basterds”) is the latest …
reviewed Versus. August 14, 2009
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   This is a review of Ultimate Versus.     Ever wonder what film put Ryuhei Kitamura on the map? If you said “Azumi”, you would partly be correct; he did gain critical …
reviewed An Empress and the Warriors. July 29, 2009
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An Empress and the Warriors
   2008 seems to be the year for Chinese epic dramas. "An Empress and the Warriors" was released before the "Romance of Three Kingdoms" related films by Daniel Lee (Three …
reviewed Meatball Machine. July 26, 2009
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Meatball Machine
   Before there was “Tokyo Gore Police” and “Machine Girl”, there was “MEATBALL MACHINE” (2005). Co-written and co-directed by Yudai Yamaguchi (along with …
reviewed Blood: The Last Vampire (2009 movie). July 12, 2009
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2009 Movie poster
   Vampires and Samurai action; a great combination. Such as the case with "Blood the Last Vampire", an anime film made in 2000. It garnered a cult following that several interpretations …
reviewed Knowing. July 12, 2009
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Knowing Movie Poster
   Movies that have the premise of end times are a dime-a-dozen. There have been some successes and quite a few failures. I loved “Dark City” so when I heard that director Alex …
reviewed Quarantine. March 31, 2009
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Quarantine Poster
I am not exactly fond of remakes. True, some of my favorite films like Cronenberg's "The Fly" and Carpenter's "The Thing" were major remakes which are arguably better …
reviewed Blade. February 08, 2009
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Before (almost as long as I can remember) DC comics had the monopoly on comic-inspired blockbuster films. Marvel had some movie adaptations but none of them took its source material quite seriously. …
reviewed Azumi 2. December 21, 2008
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Azumi 2
Two years after the success of the Japanese Jidai Geki swordplay action film; "AZUMI" (2003), comes its sequel, Azumi 2: Death or Love. The sequel once again features the beautiful Aya Ueto as the young …
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