For Your Renting Pleasure

Week after week I apparently find ways to theme my rentals without realizing it beforehand.  Scratch that, I totally did it on purpose, and you know it’s true cuz I said totally.  A couple of weeks ago I went with creature features, and this week’s selection of The Nines and Being John Malkovich has me […]

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Review: The Green Hornet

Michel Gondry with Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s script has crafted a funny and action packed comic book/buddy picture that, while a bit long, is a fun start to 2011. Britt Reid is an heir to a media empire that has always been a playboy running amuck around town.  No responsibility and an endless stream […]

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Review: Knight and Day

Knight and Day finds Tom Cruise in a familiar role, super spy, but to keep things fresh he adds the always fun Cameron Diaz to a solid and funny script that while cheats a few too many time provides a great character for Cruise too embody and for us to enjoy. Things open in an […]

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Review: Shrek Forever After

The latest Shrek film greatly improves upon the abysmal third film and while it feels a tad to greatest hits and unoriginal it is solid fun and works when it isn’t trying to use pop songs for humor. Shrek is a bit tired of family life and the routine and while he loves his family […]

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Review: My Sister’s Keeper

Nick Cassavetes latest adaptation is done well but strangely lacks any earned emotional punch and comes across as just expecting your emotion from the subject matter instead of working for it. Kate has leukemia and she isn’t winning the fight. Her sister Anna has been a great medical asset for her through the years, constantly […]

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