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The Social Network [Oct. 16th, 2010|01:33 pm]
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kaye_spivey
 

The Social Network
- This is the movie about the guy who created Facebook. Do not miss your chance to go see it. Directed by David Fincher and starring Jesse Eisenberg as Mark Zuckerberg and Justin Timberlake as Sean Parker, this movie basically follows the lawsuits that centered around the creation of the most popular social networking site ever invented. It's worth your time to see what is out there defining your life, and your generation.
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Movie reviews of Kill Theory and Lawn Dogs. [Oct. 14th, 2010|09:24 pm]
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rockwellian_x
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(no subject) [Oct. 13th, 2010|06:56 pm]
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rockwellian_x
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Directing: B
Writing: B+
Acting: A-
Cinematography: B+


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Going the Distance Review [Aug. 29th, 2010|05:35 pm]
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airolf
Read a review of the latest Drew Barrymore romantic comedy here.
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Horror fans! [Aug. 27th, 2010|05:13 pm]
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miritsu
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Hello movie fans!  I come with two spoiler-free reviews of two horror movies, neither of which were works of genius, both of which were fun.

The 2010 version of The Crazies: miritsu.livejournal.com/25208.html

Jennifer's Body: miritsu.livejournal.com/22604.html

Enjoy.
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The Unthinkable Review [Aug. 14th, 2010|03:44 am]
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airolf
I rate The Unthinkable with three and a half stars (out of four). To find out why, read the review here.
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Inception is AWESOME! [Jul. 27th, 2010|12:46 am]
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airolf
Gushing review of Inception
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Buffalo B Reviews "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" starring Nicholas Cage (dir. John Turteltaub) [Jul. 22nd, 2010|11:37 pm]
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buffalobftv
          Disney strikes again! Years after the unmitigated success of basing a movie on theme park ride (that became a global phenomena-style trilogy and let the world see that Orlando Bloom could be cute when he's not being a nancy-boy elf and finished Johnny Depp's evolution into a pure Hollywood leading man) in The Pirates of the Caribbean, they've taken another odd piece out of the books and made something new out of it. Fantasia is arguably the most important film in the Disney catalog for being a the proverbial straw that moved movies from black and white to colour. And The Sorcerer's Apprentice is one of the iconic shorts from that film.

 
          In this interpretation of the imagined tale, Nicholas Cage plays Balthazar, one of Merlin's three Apprentices, searching through time to find the true heir to Merlin's power tasked with fighting evil sorcerer's who are disciples of Morgana Le Fey. He searches for thousands of years, until the year 2000, before a ten-year-old kid from the outer burroughs named Dave stumbles into his Manhattan antiquities shop (the Arcana Cabana) and shows himself the true heir to Merlin's power, inadvertently frees Le Fey's oldest and most powerful disciple Horvath (Alfred Molina) and in due course gets them both stuck in an urn for ten years, and gets himself a ticket to lots and lots of therapy.
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Inception (2010) [Jul. 20th, 2010|10:58 pm]
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tristanpaulus
Christopher Nolan (Memento, Insomnia, Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, The Prestige) reportedly spent ten years writing his screenplay for Inception. Watching the film, I appreciated, not for the first time, not only Nolan’s craftsmanship as a filmmaker, but the level of thought that goes into a plot like this. Some will no doubt call Inception confusing. It definitely is not a movie where you can take a trip to the restroom, and requires a commitment of close and careful attention and concentration, but I don’t see that as a bad thing. Generic shoot-em-up action thrillers where you can check your brain at the door are a dime a dozen, but Nolan has never been content with generic. He makes movies that give himself a challenge, and challenge the audience to pay attention, but the pay-off is worth the effort.

Full Review here:


http://www.bukisa.com/articles/320856_inception-2010
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