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The Edge of Love

January 19, 2010
Brad Sturdivant

My unabashed love for Keira Knightley aside, I find that she has a remarkable way about her when it comes to playing a woman in love.  She portrays her love-stricken cha...

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The Book of Eli

January 18, 2010
Jeremey Gingrich

Denzel Washington brings depth to any character he plays, evidenced by his two Oscar statuettes. However, due to the weight he brings to the roles he’s received Oscar a...

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The Room

January 15, 2010
Jeremey Gingrich

This is the worst movie ever made. Some comedians and Hollywood personalities have stated they love the movie THE ROOM, written, directed, produced and starring the freak...

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Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus

January 14, 2010
Jeremey Gingrich

Prior to his passing, Heath Ledger favored more independent features with bold characters even though he had a natural appeal to big budget, formulaic films. From his cho...

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An Education

January 12, 2010
Nathan Swank

AN EDUCATION is based off the memoir by Lynn Barber and the screenplay was written by Nick Hornby, who also wrote the novels, HIGH FIDELITY and ABOUT A BOY (one of my fav...

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The Hurt Locker (Blu-ray)

January 12, 2010
Brad Sturdivant

Many action films have drafted a bomb-diffusing scenario in which our hero has to cut a wire and save the day.  These situations can be humorous, sad, intense or any oth...

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Youth in Revolt

January 11, 2010
Jeremey Gingrich

Michael Cera is just an immensely likable kid. I say “kid” knowing full well he’s 22 years old now, capable of drinking, smoking and voting, but considering his you...

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Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs

January 8, 2010
Brad Sturdivant

In the first two minutes of CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS I found myself getting goose bumps and laughing out loud. For a movie I had little to no interest in watchin...

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Food Inc.

January 6, 2010
Nathan Swank

“There are no seasons in the American supermarket. Now there are tomatoes all year round, grown halfway around the world, picked when it was green, and ripened with eth...

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The Bucket List

January 5, 2010
Kristy Sturdivant

Movies about terminally ill patients are tough to make and tough to watch.  There is usually a point in the film where the viewer gets attached to the dying character an...

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