Review: Green Lantern

Green Lantern is quite the mess at times, but the fantasy elements of the film, along with the, mostly, stellar special effects and 3D, make for a film worth checking out if interested. This is an origin story for the DC Comics property and all of the classic tropes will be found here.  A talented, […]

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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: An Education

An Education is one of those little treasures of a film that sneaks up on you in not only the quality of the overall film but by the incredible turn by its star Carey Mulligan. Jenny is a seventeen year old school girl in 1960’s England and is set on getting into Oxford for seemingly […]

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Review: Year of the Dog

Mike White adds director to his repertoire with this kind of heavy comedy that walks a fine line of being light hearted and fun, but is ultimately a very sad and tragic story. After having fairly good success with his writing career, White steps behind the camera for his latest script, and the results are […]

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