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Transformers: Revenge Of The Fallen – Movie Review – Win the DVD!

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen is one of those exceedingly rare movies that will cause a great stir in the film criticism community to no purpose whatsoever.  As well meticulously belabor the mer...

Pumpkin – Movie Review

There are a lot of ways you can tell a story (especially in film) that are very dangerous. There are even some that are extremely dangerous. Basically, you are putting yourself in a situation where th...

Peter Pan – Movie Review

Whatever your thoughts upon hearing of yet another version of Peter Pan, you couldn’t have been more skeptical than I was. Did we really need another incarnation of the permanent child? But, I made a ...

The Englishman Who Went Up A Hill But Came Down A Mountain – Movie Review

There are some stories that seem incredibly simple, if you boil them down as far as they go, which are actually very complicated. “She loved him”, is pretty simple on its face, but it is, ...

The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button – Movie Review

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button is a brilliant movie for the future of film in a variety of ways that I suspect no one involved with the film will want to celebrate.  For example, I suspect that h...

Big Night – Movie Review

When I prepare to write a movie review, one of the first things I do is point my browser at IMDb.com. When I went to the site and looked up Big Night, the user comment that showed up was eerily simila...

Up – Movie Review – Pixar Continues To Soar

Long ago I mentioned that Pixar has a curious ability to make movies I find wonderful, but virtually no ability to get me excited for them.  That hasn’t changed.  Sure, now I’m just genera...

Finding Nemo – Movie Review – DVD Details Included

Pixar certainly knows a lot about animation, and that’s what people think of first when you mention the company, but what everyone ought to think of first is that they know a lot about movies. As amaz...

Dragonslayer – Movie Review

There’s a fairly clever bit of dialogue in Whit Stillman’s Barcelona where Chris Eigeman’s character wonders aloud about sub-text. It’s a wonderful, seemingly random bit of conversation that remarkabl...

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