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Film: Unstoppable

Film: Unstoppable

Unstoppable may seem all too familiar, being the second railway thriller from the partnership of director Tony Scott and star Denzel Washington in two years, but fortunately it looks to be a welcome [...]

Film: Paranormal Activity 2

Film: Paranormal Activity 2

Fans of Paranormal Activity rejoice! Paranormal Activity 2 isn't just another poorly done horror film sequel, but does it's predecessor justice. "What would have been great is a decent sequel that [...]

Film: Life As We Know it

Film: Life As We Know it

Predictable romantic comedy (with a baby thrown in for that extra cute factor)? Check. "There's no escaping the sitcom premise — mismatched couple who hate each other reluctantly forced to raise [...]

Film: The Social Network

Film: The Social Network

The Social Network (commonly called "The Facebook Movie") lives up to it's hype, offering a smart and entertaining commentary on so-called "social" networking. "The movie opens with a couple in a [...]

Film: Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

Film: Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

Oliver Stone's sequel to his 1987 Wall Street highlights the financial meltdown of 2008 - an all too relevant tale that may be grim, but is certainly never boring. “Wall Street: Money Never [...]

Film: Legend of the Guardians

Film: Legend of the Guardians

Not your typical happy-go-lucky animated kids' film, Legend of the Guardians offers some serious subject matter amidst stellar animation. "The foreboding and weighty aspect of the film stands in [...]

Film: Resident Evil: Afterlife 3D

Film: Resident Evil: Afterlife 3D

Here's your chance to see 3D in it's purest form - a film comprised of actual 3D footage, Avatar-style, not converted to "3D" afterwards as is becoming the norm. "I can say that even if it [...]

Film: Going the Distance

  How far are you willing to travel to see September's latest romantic comedy, opening Friday, September 3? Variety magazine says Going the Distance is "A bicoastal comedy with a bit of a [...]

Film: Machete

  Opening this Friday, September 3, Machete promises to deliver the most ridiculous (in a good way) action you could possibly cram into its 1 hour and 45 minute duration. "The Robert [...]

Film: The Last Exorcism

"Don't read this review. Don't read anyone else's either. Don't watch a trailer, don't read whatever articles have been written on the film... just go in blind."- Bloody-disgusting.com Or, for [...]

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