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Movie Review: Noah (2014)

Giant rock creatures? A bevy of clich├ęs? Another awful performance from Emma Watson? So this is what a biblical epic looks like in the new millennium. It’s also what Darren Aronofsky looks like with a big budget. Neither is very encouraging. Well, except for the rock monsters, of course. Aronofsky’s Noah is a non-traditional take…

Movie Review: 12 Years a Slave (2013)

One man’s harrowing journey through a personalized hell has been the focus of each of Steve McQueen’s three features, but never has the metaphor been so effectively explored by the filmmaker as it is in his deeply moving fact-based drama 12 Years a Slave. McQueen’s penchant for precisely pointed perspective is applied again here, but…

Movie Review: The Internship (2013)

Making people laugh today must be the most difficult task in the world, much like a conservative winning a Nobel Peace Prize or a baseball player pulling off an unassisted triple play. Just look at some the recent comedies that have tried and failed: “Identity Thief,” “The Incredible Burt Wonderstone” and “The Hangover Part 3.”…

Movie Review: In Time (2011)

I often feel like I don’t have enough time in the day to get everything done (I could always use a few more hours for movie watching!), but such complaining pales in comparison to the plight of the citizens of Andrew Niccol’s sci-fi parable In Time. For them, time is their lifeblood and not having…

Movie Trailer: Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked (2011)

The high-pitched singing sensations Alvin and the Chipmunks, and The Chipettes are back to fill our ears with squeaky versions of today’s popular songs in Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked (I’m not sure that is such a good thing, but nonetheless it’s going to happen). This time, after Alvin screws around on a well-needed vacation…

Movie Trailer: The Darkest Hour (2011)

The second half of 2011 is seeing a resurgence of the alien invasion flick with “Attack the Block” and “Cowboys & Aliens” recently being released. Today Summit Entertainment presents to the web the trailer for the latest invasion movie, The Darkest Hour. And trust me when I tell you this one ain’t no joke. Breaking…

Movie Trailer: In Time (2011)

Here is an interesting concept — what if people don’t age until they hit year 25 and then lose or gain time off of their lives depending on the goods they consume and the jobs they work? That’s how the world is in 20th Century Fox’s new science fiction thriller In Time. Yet, just like…

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