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Jennifer Garner and Joel Edgerton co-star as happily married Cindy and Jim Green, who have given up the hope of having children after numerous fertility treatments fail to yield results. After an even…
Honestly, this is a bonafide summer blockbuster that totally lives up to its hype, successfully reboots an already-successful franchise and actually outdoes its not-so-distant predecessors. Under the…
Sprawling in scope and Tolkiensian in execution, Snow… takes the classic fairy tale and turns it into a grittier, darker story about the titular tomboyish princess (a miscast Kristen Stewart, who can’…
Paul Dano stars as Calvin, a once-lauded wunderkind author whose debut novel became a global sensation but who’s battled sophomore syndrome – and severe writer’s block tinged with loneliness – in the …
The town of Storybrooke, Maine is like any town. People have real jobs, do everyday things, and have pretty boring lives. But a little boy named Henry (Jared Gilmore), who is the adopted son of Regina…
We are used to outcasts gaining superpowers through freak accidents. Usually they gain powers that can be used for good... you know, fighting crime, holding bridges together, etc. But in a fun twist o…
I admit, I steered clear of Mirror Mirror entirely because what I call The Julia Roberts Factor. No, I am not a fan, and have always been baffled by the charm she has cast over mainstream audiences. A…
I can only imagine that the inventors of 3D would have been so pleased one of the more unique ways that Journey 2: The Mysterious Island uses the technology. Watch with awe and delight as Josh Hutcher…
Throughout Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, I sat there giggling at the outrageous revisionist history, thinking, "Oh, my mom would HATE this!!!" My parents are Lincoln groupies. They've been to Sprin…
Even the biggest Twi-hards can admit that Stephenie Meyer's final book in the Twilight series was a bit of a train wreck. Where the first three books (and movies) dealt with chaste, repressed teenage …
Unlike most Twilight fans, I'd consider myself Team Jacob (vs. Team Edward). And because of this, New Moon is probably my favorite of the books (like most who've read the Twilight series, I just like …
Let me get a few things out of the way before delving into my review of Twilight... Yes, I read the book and enjoyed it. Yes, I read the rest of the series of books, and New Moon was my favorite.…