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X-Men Origins: Wolverine – Movie Review

There are probably spoilers here, but the movie is also probably better if you read this first anyway. Somewhere, buried fantastically deep, but still visible, there is a great movie residing within t...

Punch-Drunk Love – Movie Review

I have to admit to liking most Adam Sandler movies. They aren’t great, but I get a few laughs out of them, and they certainly aren’t pretending to be anything more interesting than they are. I’m not e...

The Spirit – Movie Review

Scarlett Johansson is really hot. There was a point at which I was very seriously considering letting my review rest right there.  There isn’t anything else that’s really worthy of note ab...

Gangs Of New York – Movie Review

An artist stares longingly at a blank canvas. A parent stares lovingly at their newborn child. There is a difference between these two events, though they are extremely similar. In both cases, the min...

Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban – Movie Review

I have serious doubts about Daniel Radcliffe’s non-Potter acting future, but as my wife pointed out at the end of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, he’s already been in a scene with Alan Rickm...

The Tale Of Despereaux – Movie Review – BluRay Details Included

The Tale of Despereaux is the story of a mouse who, according to the tale, just isn’t.  A mouse.  He won’t hide.  He doesn’t shrink away from the teensiest signs of danger.  He think...

The Pirates Of The Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl – Movie Review

If you happened to contribute your dollars to the slightly under $10 million amassed by 1995’s Cutthroat Island, you don’t have to wonder what went wrong with that movie. What went wrong, that i...

Quantum of Solace – Movie Review – Bond Bails Out On Being Bond

Back when Casino Royale was in production, the chatter was that we were reinventing the Bond franchise.  We had our new Bond, we were going back to the earliest of titles, and we were going to reboot ...

Blow Dry – Movie Review – A Gem From The Vault In Honor Of Natasha Richardson

In honor of Natasha Richardson, an older review of one of her finer roles, in a grossly underappreciated film, Blow Dry. Indie-Brit (or perhaps, Indie-U.K.) is practically its own genre at this point....

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