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Thursday, July 15,2010

Hunters becoming hunted

By Dave Taylor
After evading some vicious traps and an attack from strange and unknown boar-like creatures, they realize they’re not on Earth at all and have been transported to an alien game preserve with strange creatures seeking to hunt and kill them, purely as sport.
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Thursday, July 1,2010

Delightful con artists

By Dave Taylor
The story revolves around misfit Bazil (an appealingly simple Dany Boon), who grows up in a wealthy but fatherless house — his father has been killed while trying to defuse a landmine. Bazil is somewhat of a slacker who happily wiles away the hours of his life working in a video rental shop in Paris.
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Thursday, June 17,2010

Don’t pity the A-Team

By Dave Taylor
The team fails at its mission, is framed and each A-Team member is subsequently thrown in prison. No worries. They break out through increasingly unlikely sequences of events and then have the dual task of recovering the stolen plates and clearing their names.
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Thursday, June 3,2010

High-flying fun

By Dave Taylor
The film starts with Dastan (William Foster), a beggar boy living by his wits in the bazaar in Persia, getting caught stealing. Seconds before he’s to be punished for his thievery, the King of Persia (Ronald Pickup) appears and, seeing a hero within Dastan, stops the punishment and instead has him move into the palace as an adopted son.
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Thursday, May 27,2010

Crass and fun

By Dave Taylor
The story line is something or other about a nuclear missile stolen by thuggish bad guys from a military transport in Siberia. The mastermind? The evil Dr. Dieter Von Cunth (Val Kilmer), who has nefarious plans to, bwahahaha, blow up the world! Of course, in a parody film as crass as this one, the story doesn’t matter.
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Thursday, May 13,2010

Solid-iron fun

By Dave Taylor
Meanwhile, Stark is relishing his fame along with the wealth that being a captain of industry provides — a rich frat boy having a great time of life. He engages in much flirting and witty banter with Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow), his secretary and confidante, as they prepare for Stark Expo 2010.
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Thursday, April 29,2010

Losers, yet fun

By Dave Taylor
The titular Losers are Jensen (Chris Evans), Cougar (Oscar Jaenada), Pooch (Columbus Short) and Rogue (Idris Elba), led by Clay ( Jeffrey Dean Morgan), and they have the kind of sarcastic, smart-ass dialogue that we’ve long since learned to associate with how tough guys demonstrate affection towards each other.
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Thursday, April 8,2010

Wasting time and money

By Dave Taylor
When Danae’s mortal husband Acrisius ( Jason Flemyng) learns that her child was not from him, he traps them in a coffin and hurls it into the ocean. Miraculously, they safely wash ashore and build a family with humble Greek fisherman Spyros (Pete Postlethwaite).
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Thursday, April 1,2010

Training in 3-D

By Dave Taylor
Hiccup is attracted to Astrid (America Ferrera), a tough Viking girl who, unfortunately for the gentle Hiccup, is only interested in boys who want to kill dragons. The story begins in earnest when Hiccup is thrown into dragon training class with Astrid and other town children, while he is secretly befriending an injured dragon he names “Toothless.
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Thursday, March 25,2010

Repo this film

By Dave Taylor
The two men have been friends since they were in grade school and still interact as if they’re schoolboys, roughhousing and harassing each other with an almost homoerotic familiarity. Remy’s wife Carol (Carice van Houten) is sick of his unpredictable hours, and gives him an ultimatum: change jobs or she’s outta there.
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