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Thursday, March 24,2011

UFO snark

By Dave Taylor
Most modern comedies end up being so stupid that it's painful to watch the actors embarrass themselves on the big screen. That's why it's a pleasure to see comic team Simon Pegg and Nick Frost skewer the alien conspiracy genre in the consistently funny Paul.
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Thursday, March 17,2011

Corporate fate

By Dave Taylor
David Norris (Matt Damon) is a young go-getter New York politician who has a chance encounter with the quirky, engaging Elise Sellas (Emily Blunt), a ballerina who captures his attention immediately. Strange forces are at work and Norris is assaulted and wakes up in a warehouse, surrounded by mysterious dark-suited men in fedoras.
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Thursday, February 24,2011

'X-Men' meets '90210'

By Dave Taylor
Then the backstory really gets confusing. John is one of nine alien kids from planet Lorien who have special 'legacies' that make them extraordinarily powerful. Henri is a warrior assigned to guard John.
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Thursday, February 3,2011

Mechanical failure

By Dave Taylor
There's a predictable father-son relationship between Bishop and his 'handler' Harry (Donald Sutherland), which is reinforced by Harry complaining to Bishop about his ne'er-do-well son Steve (Ben Foster). In one particularly odd scene, Bishop offers parenting advice to Harry, even though he prides himself on being disconnected from his own emotions.
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Thursday, January 13,2011

Royal triumph

By Dave Taylor
Imagine you're second in line for the throne of England, right behind your selfish, womanizing brother, your father the King is in ill health, and you have a terrible stutter. Your father despises you for the impediment, your country is poised to enter World War II, and that older brother is determined to marry an American divorcee.
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Thursday, January 6,2011

Black humorless

By Dave Taylor
Black is mailroom clerk and general shlub Lemuel Gulliver, in love with travel section editor Darcy Silverman (Amanda Peet). After straightarrow new hire Dan (local Denver comedian T.J.
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Thursday, December 23,2010

Glorious geekdom

By Dave Taylor
The story is one of journeys traveled, risks taken and challenges overcome, as we'd hope with any epic adventure. That it primarily takes place within the digital realm of the Grid gives the production team complete freedom, and it's an amazing, compelling world.
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Thursday, December 16,2010

Dark side of ballet

By Dave Taylor
Natalie Portman plays Nina Sayers, a dancer in a Manhattan-based ballet troupe who has mastered the technical requirements of ballet but lacks the passion, sensuousness and soul to be an outstanding prima ballerina. The troupe artistic director Thomas (Vincent Cassel) announces their next performance will be Swan Lake,.
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Thursday, December 2,2010

Deathly boredom

By Dave Taylor
The film is about the challenges of the adolescent characters, including the still-unresolved, complicated romantic triangle between Harry, Hermione and Ron. As actors, theyve all grown in their craft and their performances are nuanced and thoughtful, but weak material makes for a slow film.
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Thursday, December 2,2010

High-octane hit

By Dave Taylor
Faster is a throwback to the action films of the 1970s, from the production color schemes to the film stock and camera angles utilized by cinematographer Michael Grady. If youre not familiar with classics like Shaft, The French Connection, Dirty Harry, Enter the Dragon.
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