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reviewed The World's End (2013 film). August 24, 2013
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'The World's End'
                              How many horror-sci-fi movies has it …
reviewed Seven Psychopaths. March 11, 2013
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'Seven Psychopaths'
Written and directed by Martin McDonagh (who was responsible for the equally clever In Bruges), I’d like to think that “Seven Psychopaths” is something that had been cooked up by the …
reviewed American Reunion (2012 film). April 08, 2012
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American Reunion
One of the most difficult film genres for me to review would have to be comedies. Because a) much of it relies on someone’s sense of humor b) how many times I laughed c) is there a point to all …
reviewed The Innkeepers. February 13, 2012
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The Innkeepers
I like independent horror. It is a welcome treat and provides a freshness that Hollywood horror had often ignored. I lucked out when I managed to view Ti West’s latest limited movie release on demand. …
reviewed 50/50. November 14, 2011
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Movies that go into subjects that have a bleak premise such as dealing with a terminal disease are often easily dismissed as something that can be depressing and it is absolutely so easy to go into its …
reviewed The Rum Diary (2011 film). October 29, 2011
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The Rum Diary
I am at a slight disadvantage here since I have never read the autobiographical book by Hunter S. Thompson, so I cannot really declare just how faithful it is to its source material (or what inspired …
reviewed The Butcher, the Chef, and the Swordsman. March 20, 2011
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The Butcher, the Chef, and the Swordsman
Truthfully, I was going to see “Limitless” last night until I saw that a Chinese film was currently playing at a theater nearby as a limited engagement. So I decided to go see the film “The …
reviewed Mars Needs Moms. March 13, 2011
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Mars Needs Moms
Being dragged to the movies can sometimes become difficult, oftentimes I don’t mind but sometimes when there’s nothing else I really want to see, I just go with the flow. Truthfully it was …
reviewed The Green Hornet (2011 film). January 14, 2011
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The Green Hornet (2011 movie)
“The Green Hornet” is an idea that debuted as a radio program in the 1930‘s, then it went on to movie serials, a comic book in the 40's, a TV series (in the 60's …
reviewed Megamind 3D. November 06, 2010
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MEGAMIND (3D Animated Movie)
Dreamworks Animation Studios. Many folks see this division of Dreamworks as the poor man’s Pixar. Well, in some ways I do agree but even David can best Goliath at certain times. Let us not forget …
reviewed MacGruber. October 14, 2010
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MacGruber (2010)
I am at some disadvantage here. I am not exactly a huge fan of the Saturday Night Live comedy show; but I have to admit I did like some of their ideas such as “Wayne‘s World” to name …
reviewed Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. August 15, 2010
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Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
We’ve all had nightmares about our girlfriend’s ex-boyfriends; some make us feel insecure, some make us feel proud while some…well, makes us forget about the whole thing. But hopefully, …
reviewed Dinner for Schmucks. July 31, 2010
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Dinner for Schmucks
schmuck- a stupid or contemptible person; oaf      Let’s be honest, all of us have played the role of ‘schmuck’ at one time or another. I have played a ‘schmuck’ …
reviewed The Bounty Hunter (2010). July 26, 2010
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The Bounty Hunter
How can one review a movie when one already knows that the movie is going to be bad? Well, I always go in with no expectations and I usually allow a movie to instill my emotions. Such is the case when …
reviewed Toy Story 3. June 25, 2010
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Toy Story 3
The original “Toy Story” revolutionized the way CGI-animation was seen in the U.S. in 1995. The film defined the words “computer generated graphics” with its stellar animation …
reviewed Repo Men (2010 movie). March 20, 2010
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REPO MEN (2010)
Title seem familiar? That’s because director Miguel Sapochnik’s “REPO MEN” is based on the novel "Repossession Mambo". It is unrelated yet may be seen as a movie closely …
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 Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs (mo.... January 08, 2010
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Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs (movie)
   I’ve often said that American animation studios have always stuck to the usual formulas that I feel that they offer little to no surprises to the experienced movie watcher. They do …
reviewed GROPER TRAIN: SEARCH FOR THE BLACK PEARL. December 28, 2009
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Warning: This review is about a movie with mature content.       I’ve often said that most acclaimed Japanese directors made their ’breaks’ into the film industry …
reviewed Kung Fu Hustle. December 06, 2009
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Kung Fu Hustle
      The beginning of the year 2004 wasn’t such a good year for Hong Kong cinema seeing as the highest-grossing film only took in $ 25 million dollars. That is until …
reviewed ZEBRAMAN. November 22, 2009
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   Takashi Miike--the acclaimed director of such nail-biting horror films such as “Audition” and “Gozu”, such gritty yakuza-themed films such as “Dead or Alive” …
reviewed Which Fictional Character Would You L.... November 19, 2009
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   I originally intended this to be a simple list, but I figured since there are limitations to size in a list (I talk a lot) and I can‘t upload trailers/videos in lists, I may as well …
reviewed Zombieland. October 03, 2009
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Zombieland (2009)
     Zombies have become such a great delicacy in the horror genre; they have become almost as malleable and adaptive as the vampire when it comes to genre mixing. We’ve seen them …
reviewed The Glamorous Life of Sachiko Hanai. August 04, 2009
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The Glamorous Life of Sachiko Hanai
             The GLAMOROUS LIFE of SACHIKO HANAI is a piece of Japanese ‘pink’ cinema directed by Meike Mitsuru (Bitter Sweet). Its original …
reviewed FUNKY FOREST: First Contact. July 05, 2009
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   Japanese films have always been able to blend brilliance with oddball flair, art, commerce, screwball comedy and uninhibited anarchic craziness. Never before has one movie made me say “What …
reviewed Tokyo Zombie. April 09, 2009
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Zombies have contributed to film enjoyment almost as much as vampires and werewolves--witches and monsters in the horror genre. Hell, they've even a good run in comedic satirical misadventures in "Shaun …
reviewed Henry Poole is Here. February 05, 2009
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We have seen quite a few films that serve up certain opinions about Faith, Hope and Redemption. Quite frankly, these type of films have the very dangerous potential to be exceedingly melodramatic, with …
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