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MOVIE REVIEW: Point Blank
Rigorous to the point of delirium, Point Blank bum-rushes the viewer with seizure-inducing movement from the first frame, recycling variations of similar footraces through the
MOVIE REVIEW: Senna
As one of the premiere Formula One racecar drivers in the late 1980s and early 1990s, Senna took plenty of risks both on and off the track, becoming a controversial figure in
MOVIE REVIEW: Don't Be Afraid of the Dark
Despite countless signs of imminent danger, the moronic adult characters in Troy Nixey's remake of Don't Be Afraid of the Dark never heed this classic Horror film wa
MOVIE REVIEW: Our Idiot Brother
Our Idiot Brother admires Ned’s nomadic sensibility and sunny obliviousness, turning his character traits into essential keys to understanding director Jesse Peretz’s skewerin
MOVIE REVIEW: Higher Ground
Vera Farmiga is one of America’s finest actors, transcending the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, and George Clooney in scene-stealing supporting roles.
MOVIE REVIEW: Bellflower
Is Evan Glodell’s Bellflower a genre bending game-changer or a thoughtlessly juvenile examination of traumatized love?
MOVIE REVIEW: Warrior
“If you don’t move you die.” Prominently written on the chalkboard of a prolific Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) trainer’s office, this quote captures a specific bluntness permeating
MOVIE REVIEW: Attack the Block
Joe Cornish’s Attack the Block offers immeasurable genre pleasure by following a group of violent young ruffians from the South End of London battle an invading extraterrestri
MOVIE REVIEW: Contagion
Disease, information, and trauma spread seamlessly in Steven Soderbergh’s Contagion, evoking a very nightmarish Internet-age disaster scenario that purposefully withholds all
MOVIE REVIEW: Drive
Brimming with equal flashes of style and character, Drive echoes the cold detachment and professionalism of 1980s crime sagas no longer popular or profitable this day and age.
MOVIE REVIEW: Brighton Rock
Rowan Joffe’s overstuffed gangster film Brighton Rock is the most frustrating kind of debut: obvious, self-indulgent, and presumptive.
MOVIE REVIEW: Sarah’s Key
Sarah's Key is a very moving adaptation of the best-seller by Tatiana De Rosnay. The film has the tough task of covering four generations, and not being four hours long.
Movie Review: Crazy, Stupid, Love
The film didn't feature Beyonce’s song "Crazy in Love," or two beautiful ballads from the early '70s, Van Morrison’s "Crazy Love" or Poco’s song
MOVIE REVIEW: A Little Help
The sign of a good film is when a common movie scene is done convincingly. There are a handful of scenes like that in this.
MOVIE REVIEW: Cowboys and Aliens
Aside from the concept of aliens invading in 1875, instead of modern day times (or the future), a lot of this is derivative of other westerns and alien invasion pictures you’v

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