Movie Reviews

Mr. Right

February 15, 2010
Brad Sturdivant

When I sat down to watch this independent, ensemble, British, romance film about six homosexual men living in London, I really had no idea what to expect.  This isn’t ...

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Valentine’s Day

February 15, 2010
Kristy Sturdivant

It’s no surprise that most American’s find Valentine’s Day to be a commercialized and capitalistic holiday that caters to new relationships and has abso...

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The Soloist

February 12, 2010
Brad Sturdivant

THE SOLOIST is an odd film in that it constantly borders on being a little too preachy and a little too boring.  With two of the better actors working today and a great ...

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Walk the Line (Blu-ray)

February 11, 2010
Brad Sturdivant

I’m a huge fan of music bios.  I find the life of a musician to be fascinating, especially when that musician manages to combine fame and fortune with an immense talen...

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The Last King Of Scotland (Blu-ray)

February 11, 2010
Nathan Swank

I do enjoy watching historic events that I know nothing about told through film.  It’s so much easier than when I was in ninth grade history class using every ounce of...

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The Time Traveler’s Wife (Blu-ray)

February 10, 2010
Brad Sturdivant

There are two opposing and competing elements of THE TIME TRAVELER’S WIFE; the love story between Henry and Clare (Eric Bana and Rachel McAdams) and Henry’s u...

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Julie & Julia (Blu-ray)

February 9, 2010
Kristy Sturdivant

Watching other people cook on television is either something you like, or just can’t understand.  Before the Rachel Ray made the Food Network famous, Julia Child w...

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From Paris With Love

February 9, 2010
Nathan Swank

Wow!  I can tell it’s the new year for movies.  Just after studios finished cramming all their Oscar contending films, they fill the theaters with their worthless fil...

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To Live and Die In L.A. (Blu-ray)

February 8, 2010
Brad Sturdivant

It didn’t take long to realize that something was seriously off with William Friedkin’s TO LIVE AND DIE IN L.A.  After the quick, somewhat worthless, initial “acti...

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Dear John

February 8, 2010
Jeremey Gingrich

Nicholas Sparks’ novels adapted for the screen make for good romantic fare with no shortage of tear-jerking situations, the jerkiest of which being 2004’s THE NOTEBOO...

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