Bolt

Posted: January 20, 2009 at 12:15 pm   /   Local, Movie Reviews

  Disney Animation’s latest venture into the computer animation foray is a run of the mill, but decent adventure that doesn’t have the depth or story to really suck you in. Bolt is an actor, Bolt is also a dog, and he is star of the biggest action show on television today. The reason Bolt […]

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We will get to watch the Watchmen on time!

Posted: January 16, 2009 at 7:39 am   /   Local, Movie News

No delays, no cuts, but Warner probably dropped a good chunk of change. Details here. Facebook Comments

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Snow Angels

Posted: January 15, 2009 at 8:34 am   /   Local, Movie Reviews

A sad and tragic story doesn’t take away from this expertly crafted and wonderfully acted film, though doesn’t leave you all warm and fuzzy in the end; which is ok. Annie (Kate Beckinsale) is a single mom working as a waitress at the local Chinese restaurant, Glenn (Sam Rockwell) is Annie’s separated husband who is […]

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09 Film Preview: January – April (The Pre-Summer Season)

Posted: January 13, 2009 at 8:07 am   /   Film, Local

Here is a collection of films I am looking forward to seeing over the next few months. There are some potential big movies this early season, including an early front runner for the picture of the year. Either way, lets check it out, and hit the pics for a link to the trailer if available. […]

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Revolutionary Road

Posted: January 12, 2009 at 1:35 pm   /   Local, Movie Reviews

Sam Mendes’ latest is his darkest film yet, but it really gets you to think about ones own life as you can easily see both sides of the argument laid out by the terrific performances by Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio. April and Frank hit it off right from the start at a party. Frank […]

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The Reader

Posted: January 12, 2009 at 11:04 am   /   Local, Movie Reviews

Stephen Daldry’s latest is a well acted, well paced, and a surprisingly twisted and turning plot that engages you from start to finish.Michael Berg is a young boy living in Germany almost fifteen years after the end of WWII. While riding the tram home one day he finds himself getting sick and gets off and […]

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Frost/Nixon

Posted: January 9, 2009 at 9:58 am   /   Local, Movie Reviews

Ron Howards latest is a nice little film about history that does a fine job of humanizing Nixon while still holding him accountable, and is full of a number good performances. Richard M. Nixon (Frank Langella) is the only president to ever resign from office, and in doing so a nation was cheated and robbed […]

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The Spirit

Posted: January 8, 2009 at 10:06 am   /   Local, Movie Reviews

Frank Miller steps behind the camera solo and creates a visually beautiful, but wholly absurd and over the top film, that if you know what it is going for heading into the picture, is an entertaining piece.The Spirit (Gabriel Macht) loves his city and he has sworn to protect it from the evil of the […]

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Doubt

Posted: January 5, 2009 at 9:26 pm   /   Local, Movie Reviews

The film adaptation of this award winning play is superbly acted, beautifully shot, and while maybe a bit long winded from time to time, it remains constantly engaging and keeps you guessing and talking after the film is over.Sister James (Amy Adams) is the newest sister and teacher at the local Bronx church school which […]

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Let the Right One In

Posted: January 5, 2009 at 8:11 pm   /   Local, Movie Reviews

This Romanian vampire thriller is full of suspense, a fantastic story, and a couple of outstanding performances from its pair of child actors.Oskar is a picked on twelve year old boy who spends his days after school fantasizing about his chance to finally stand up to these boys and hopefully even hurt them in the […]

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