Movie Reviews

Twilight

November 26, 2009
Kristy Sturdivant

It has been impossible this past year to walk into a bookstore or video store and not hear talk or see posters about Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight series. Although the fir...

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Twilight Saga: New Moon

November 26, 2009
Kristy Sturdivant

It was tough to psych myself up to sit through the next film in The Twilight Saga, especially after the first one (TWILIGHT) was almost painful to watch. However, I took ...

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Four Christmases

November 25, 2009
Brad Sturdivant

I wouldn’t exactly say that FOUR CHRISTMASES is a deep movie with any hidden messages that you can’t find in standard Christmas movies, but one message that d...

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Fighting

November 24, 2009
Brad Sturdivant

In 1990, Jean-Claude Van Damme starred in a film called LIONHEART. In it, he played a man hard up for money who befriends a street hustler that gets him into some undergr...

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Pirate Radio

November 23, 2009
Jeremey Gingrich

The fictional town in the classic 80’s movie FOOTLOOSE, where dance is prohibited and only hep-cat Kevin Bacon can roll into town and get the young folks their groove b...

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Last Starfighter, The

November 20, 2009
Brad Sturdivant

As a kid growing up in the 80’s, I always felt I was well versed in 80’s, kids’ films. Of course, a few titles were bound to slip through the cracks and one such ti...

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Ugly Truth, The

November 19, 2009
Brad Sturdivant

Sometimes, I feel that romantic comedies are Hollywood’s way of looking at the world’s population and saying “you’re stupid”.  How else can you explain the dri...

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Bruno

November 18, 2009
Brad Sturdivant

After the success of BORAT, it was only natural that Sacha Baron Cohen would go back to the well and make another film based on one of his characters from ‘Da Ali G...

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Star Trek

November 17, 2009
Nathan Swank

This high-energy, fast-paced thrill ride immediately opens with an action packed scene setting up Kirk’s parents and how he came to be. We see Kirk as a reckless thrill...

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2012

November 16, 2009
Jeremey Gingrich

If I had to guess, I’d say THE TOWERING INFERNO was the first big budget disaster flick to draw a crowd. The director of 2012, Roland Emmerich, was only 18 when that fi...

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