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Thursday, March 15,2012

Revelations kill the suspense

By Roger Moore
That’s really all that’s necessary — a girl, suddenly alone in a dark house in the middle of nowhere. Dad (Adam Trese) was there. But he went upstairs to check out a noise and disappeared. Uncle Peter (Eric Sheffer Stevens) took off with the only car. There’s no power, no phone, no “Can you hear me now?” bars.
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Thursday, March 1,2012

Sucky socialists

By Roger Moore
Only they’re not funny. The take of him doing this scene in the film isn’t amusing either. And Rudd is easily the most experienced member of the Apatow Frat Pack in this cast. If he can’t find the humor in this comedy about uptight New Yorkers who drop out on a Georgia commune, what chance do his castmates have?.
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Thursday, February 9,2012

Why teenagers shouldn’t get superpowers

By Roger Moore
Teenagers acquire superpowers and, being teenagers, videotape themselves as they learn what they can do in Chronicle, an entertaining comic book movie without the comic book.
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Thursday, November 17,2011

A pail of awful

By Roger Moore
Forget Jack and Jill and the fact that Adam Sandler plays them both and not particularly well in his new “twins” comedy. Al Pacino is almost reason enough to see it, all by his bigger-than-life self.
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Thursday, November 3,2011

Sexy puss

By Roger Moore
DreamWork´s cunning casting of the silky Spaniard Antonio Banderas as a swashbuckling Puss in Boots pays off, brilliantly, in Puss in Boots, a star vehicle for the nursery rhyme kitty cat from the Shrek movies.
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Thursday, September 29,2011

Acting skills gone missing

By Roger Moore
Twilight alumnus Taylor Lautner makes his debut as a leading man in a film tailor-made for him. Abduction puts Lautner in motion and never goes wrong as long as he remains in motion.
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Thursday, August 18,2011

When death misses

By Roger Moore
There was a scene, lo those many (OK, 11) years ago, in the original Final Destination. One of the characters who inadvertently “cheated death” and ruined “death’s grand design” had holed up in a cabin, which then had to be made accident-proof.
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Thursday, August 4,2011

Smurfed up

By Roger Moore
The good news about the big-screen 3-D version of The Smurfs is that it’s not the insipid — and some say “socialist” — Smurfs you remember from 1980s TV. Yes, they’re still tiny and blue. They still use “smurf ” as a verb, adverb, swear word, etc.
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Thursday, July 21,2011

Where's the honey?

By Roger Moore
Winnie the Pooh, Disney’s latest film revival of A.A. Milne’s “willy, nilly, silly old bear,” is longer on charm than it is on laughs. Or length. But it’s a treat for children making their first trek to the multiplex and for parents and grandparents with fond memories of the Hundred Acre Wood.
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Thursday, July 14,2011

Night at the zoo

By Roger Moore
In Zookeeper, James and his stunt-doubles take a pounding — pratfalls, bicycle spills, porcupine pokes. It’s a kid-friendly romantic comedy, a Night at the Museum at the zoo. With slapstick and sincerity, James buys into the idea that he’s a friend to animals, big and small, and that a guy with his limited prospects and his lineman-gone-to-seed physique has a shot — several shots — at a beauty like Leslie Bibb. And he sells that idea to us, too.
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