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2011 Fall Movie Preview
The summer doldrums have passed and the glorious Southern California weather is growing slightly cooler, meaning another exciting fall movie season is upon us.
MOVIE REVIEW: The Ides of March
The opening sequence of George Clooney’s effective potboiler The Ides of March, itself a tactile example of retrained genre filmmaking, wonderfully conveys the deceptive natur
MOVIE REVIEW: Real Steel
Like many big-budget machines posing as cinema, Real Steel is a litmus test in film spectatorship.
MOVIE REVIEW: The Thing
As far as Hollywood prequels go, Matthijis van Heijningen Jr.’s update of The Thing isn’t a complete disaster, which is saying a lot considering the serpentine history of its
MOVIE REVIEW: Take Shelter
With only two feature films under his belt, American director Jeff Nichols has already proven himself a brilliant chronicler of blue-collar malaise.
MOVIE REVIEW: Weekend
Thematically compared to Richard Linklater’s Before Sunrise ever since it premiered at the 2011 South by Southwest Film Festival, Andrew Haigh’s Weekend is a film immersed in
MOVIE REVIEW: Martha Marcy May Marlene
Sean Durkin and Elizabeth Olsen, the two artistic forces behind Sundance Film Festival award winner Martha Marcy May Marlene, worked closely together to create a striking char
Top 5 Thanksgiving Movies
There’s nothing better than an appetizer of cinema before Thanksgiving dinner’s main course.
 Into the Abyss
Werner Herzog’s piercing voice is unmistakable, equal parts raspy, lyrical, frank, and cagey.
Happy Feet Two
If Happy Feet melded genres (Action, Romance, Comedy, Adventure) seamlessly without ever effecting it’s humble and sincere core, Happy Feet 2 is consistently disjointed, jumpi
Hugo
Hugo takes the relationship between spectator and memory quite seriously.
My Week with Marilyn
Realizing a movie star’s public persona stands at odds with their private life is akin to entertainment gospel, especially since the Internet has made privacy (or lack thereof
There's a reason you should show up late to watch most mainstream movies: to miss the 15 minutes of previews the chain theaters show. These are trailers you've...

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