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The nod to a career of one of Hollywood's greatest screen stars
It’s the mid-1800s on the Oregon Trail, and three families hired a mountain man to guide them through mountains (I’ve stopped hiring mountain men since seeing Deliverance).
In this film version of the latest in the Marvel series of superheroes, Thor, the god of thunder, is sent from the mystical realm of Asgard (which looks really cool, like a Ye
Benjamin Heisenberg's The Robber, a muted character study about Austria's most prolific bank robber, resides somewhere on the fringes of the heist genre, both in te
The movie follows around Tim Harrison, who’s a jack-of-all-trades in this Ohio town (medic, sheriff, martial arts expert, and animal wrangler).
This is the true story of the turf wars between the Italians and Danny Greene, a former union boss that, after smacking around Bob Gunton, goes down the wrong path.
Another stumble in a series of intoxication-related troubles
This movie is Oceans 11 on steroids. It did have a few cool stunts and the best exploding toilet scene since Lethal Weapon 2.
It’s funny without trying to hard to be and it has a few touching moments, too.
This is a nice love letter to the game of chess
The first 40 minutes of this is campy fun. There’s a lot of humor in it that works. There are a few scary scenes, and it plays as a nice homage to horror flicks.
And all the fun facts surrounding William and Kate's nuptials
With no money and no place to live, Jacob (played by Robert Pattinson) hops a circus train and decides shoveling poop and dealing with a sadistically mean circus owner is the
Indian director Rohan Sippy was making a movie that was part Jackie Brown, Goodfellas, Trainspotting, Usual Suspects -- with a techno Bollywood vibe pulsating throughout.
Documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock starts this movie out telling us it will be about product placement in films and that to make this movie, it would all be funded by vario

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