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A most enjoyable blockbuster film.

This review by the all powerful, all mighty, full of the awesome Live for Films…that’s me. Last night my Wife and I went to see X-Men Origins: Wolverine. I’m a long time comic book geek and have always enjoyed the adventures of Marvel’s favourite mutant. We both enjoyed the X-Men films. I thought the second was the best and the third the weakest, ...

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Review by: PhilEdwards

Added: 7 years ago

 

The film was consistently entertaining and the story involving.

Director J.J. Abrams (the co-creator of "Lost") has finally released his much anticipated take on the classic "Star Trek" series, which consists of an almost uncountable number of television episodes as well as numerous movies. Before reviewing STAR TREK, I think it behooves me first to admit where I fall in the fan spectrum. I've probably seen most...

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Review by: SteveRhodes

Added: 7 years ago

Be ready to groan loudly through most of the film's first scenes.

In GHOSTS OF GIRLFRIENDS PAST, Connor Mead (Matthew McConaughey) is forced to see ghosts. This reimagining of A CHRISTMAS CAROL is mainly set in a beautifully snowy season that looks for all intents and purposes like Christmas, but the film is being released in May, which feels weirdly incongruous. The Christmas connection continues, however, ...

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Review by: SteveRhodes

Added: 7 years ago

 

Both over- and underrated.

The Movie Knowing (not to be confused with the 2007 Nicolas Cage flick Next) is one of those rarities: a movie that’s both over- and underrated. Roger Ebert has called it one of the best sci-fi movies ever. It so isn’t, but the movie is also nowhere near as bad as some would have you believe. Ebert is fascinated by the film’s philosophical ...

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Review by: MiamiMovieCritic

Added: 7 years ago

The best horror film I’ve seen since Drag Me to Hell.

Deadgirl is sick. So sick that I almost feel a little ashamed in recommending it. The same thing happened when I saw (and liked) the Hostel films. People looked at me like I had some explaining to do. I maintain that these movies aren’t entirely without redeeming values. They address real social issues, and Deadgirl could be viewed as a metaphor for...

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Review by: MiamiMovieCritic

Added: 7 years ago

 

Clunky dialogue, tepid fight scenes and cartoonish CGI work.

Confession: I don’t really get Wolverine. I know a lot of fanboys say he’s their favorite Marvel character, but I don’t read comic books. And based on the evidence of the X-Men trilogy and the new spinoff movie, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, I honestly don’t see what the attraction is. But if you think Wolverine is lame (and I sure do), wait until you ...

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Review by: MiamiMovieCritic

Added: 7 years ago

Stirring and frankly quite patriotic.

"Our boys got a raw deal when they came back from Vietnam," an aging World War II veteran says in THE WAY WE GET BY, a poignant and lovingly constructed documentary by Aron Gaudet. The documentary, which works successfully on several levels, follows a group of "troop greeters" who do their volunteer work at the Bangor, Maine airport. This airport...

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Review by: SteveRhodes

Added: 8 years ago

 

Fling

Genre: Comedy

A great movie that will entertain.

Fling (2008) is also known as Lie to Me abroad and explores the alternative lifestyle of an open relationship. Samantha (Courtney Ford) and Mason (Steve Sandvoss) are both successful in their work and on the outside appear to be in a loving relationship; and they are. They laugh, go out, live together, and have a strong bond unlike many couples. A...

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Review by: DainBinder

Added: 8 years ago

The ugly truth is that Gerard Butler's fingers-across-the-blackboard performance makes THE UGLY TRUTH painful to endure.

The ugly truth is that Gerard Butler's fingers-across-the-blackboard performance makes THE UGLY TRUTH painful to endure. Butler plays Mike, a scruffy, disheveled guy with a filthy mouth who dishes out lots of scandalous and vulgar advice to women on a public access channel. If Butler was the film's star rather than its costar, the movie would be ...

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Review by: SteveRhodes

Added: 8 years ago

 

The story was bland, the acting was bland, and the filming was bland.

Bart Got a Room (2008) stars Steven J. Kaplan as Danny and is another goofy high school teen type of movie; that is about all I have for you. One thing I do for each review is watch the movie about two days before and only go back to it for little details. Doing it this way ensures the review is not written in the heat of the moment and directly ...

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Review by: DainBinder

Added: 8 years ago