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I'm starting to think 88 Minutes was designed as some sort of gauntlet for Al Pacino's talent. It seems like someone actually sat down and said, "Hey, let's give Al this really weak script, send him o…
When The Devil's Advocate first came to video in the late nineties, my co-workers at a tiny independent video store literally fought over who got to keep the screener. Yes, a VHS screener that periodi…
Here you have a respectable cast, including big shots like Robert DeNiro, Sigourney Weaver, and Cillian Murphy, and an intriguing premise about scientists trying to prove (or most likely dis-prove) th…
Clint Eastwood has a broken heart. Actually quite literally... his heart is giving out, which makes it hard to chase the bad guys through city streets. Even though Clint was already in his 70s when he…
As the closing credits rolled on director Ron Howard’s follow-up/prequel to The Da Vinci Code, my movie-going pal leaned over to me, pointed at the screen and said, “Know what its new title should be?…
In the opening scene of A History of Violence, the Stall family is awakened by the screams of young Sarah. Tom (Viggo Mortensen) reaches her first, and as he scoops her up, she explains that she saw a…
Hayden Christensen plays Clay, a super-rich young man with a domineering and over-protective mother (Lena Olin). Clay has inherited his father's riches, his business, and one might guess, his bad gene…
On paper, this reads like a movie I’d absolutely love: Keira Knightley and James McAvoy in an epic WWII-era romance directed by Joe Wright, who brought the oft-filmed old chestnut Pride & Prejudic…
If you've ever fantasized about living with Colin Firth and then fallen into a state of depression after realizing that it's never going to happen, Apartment Zero is the movie for you. Watching young …
Do not be suckered by the star power behind Proof. Just because Hollywood's smart kids are in a movie about math, doesn't mean it's going to be any fun to watch. Any way you slice it, Proof is a poopy…
In the tradition of Pacific Heights and Single White Female, The 4th Floor plays upon the universal fear of being unsafe in one's own home, of having neighbors so creepy that your sanctuary becomes a …
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