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Thursday, June 23,2011

Getting lazy about slackers

By Roger Moore
'I just couldn't take this awareness of my mortality,' he says. (Hey, it's better than 'The dog ate my homework.') Highmore plays George as a bit on the perky side for a boy supposedly so depressed he can barely get through the day.
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Thursday, February 17,2011

The Bard via gnomes

By Roger Moore
What is the meaning of all this constipation? The hotheaded Tybalt (Jason Statham, perfect) is the one who stirs things up the most. He cheats in the lawnmower races and treats everything as a blood sport. Except there is no blood. When gnomes die, theyre shattered.
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Thursday, November 4,2010

Perry gets serious

By Roger Moore
Perry reset this choreopoem seven archetypal women, dancers, delivering monologues in an inner city apartment building, setting up a community of relatives, neighbors, acquaintances and employees.
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Thursday, September 30,2010

Not this again

By Roger Moore
Marni (Bell) was mercilessly bullied in high school, which was the last thing a kid with acne, braces, glasses and a really bad haircut needed. Her chief tormentor was J.J., the hotheaded cheerleader played with a cruel verve by Odette Yustman. J.J. was the girl who turned Marnis initials, MOO, into a final humiliation.
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Thursday, September 23,2010

Awful everything

By Roger Moore
Alice ( Jovovich) is still stalking the evil Umbrella Corp., the folks who created the virus that made her super-strong and everybody else the Living Dead. Wesker (Shawn Roberts) is an Umbrella executive who never takes off his sunglasses; hes seen Val Kilmer in Top Gun.
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Thursday, September 16,2010

Affleck actually delivers

By Roger Moore
Thus, an unlikely, far-fetched “relationship” begins — the still-traumatized Claire, who has no clue that this charming working-class Joe she met in a laundromat had once held a gun on her, and the good-hearted bank robber who has this great big lie hanging over his hopes for the woman of his dreams.
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Thursday, September 16,2010

Comedy, with flashes of Hughes

By Roger Moore
What Olive needs is “an identifier,” Rhiannon declares. But what Olive settles on throws her whole world for a loop. She invents a boyfriend and a night of hot sex. In the Twitter and text universe of high school, word travels faster than ever. As the school’s resident holy roller Marianne (Amanda Bynes) fumes, Olive’s a “trollop.
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Thursday, May 27,2010

Better under the bridge

By Roger Moore
The fellow who can fix that is Rumpelstiltskin, a lawyerly wizard with a contract and a long-held grudge against the ogre. He trades Shrek the chance to live one day “like it used to be” in exchange for one day earlier in his life. Rumpelstiltskin (Walt Dohrn) makes sure that earlier day was the date of Shrek’s birth.
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Monday, March 1,2010

Polanski's 'Ghost Writer' not his best

By Roger Moore
Little things can take you out of Roman Polanski's intriguing political thriller "The Ghost Writer." Things such as the way the actors mouth swear words but somehow end up uttering mild oaths to earn a PG-13 rating. Odd accents and alien locations give away that Polanski's mostly-American set film plainly wasn't filmed here.
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Wednesday, February 24,2010

'The Crazies' has some scares, but not enough

By Roger Moore
The two stupidest words in the history of horror movies? "Wait here!" Fortunately, there aren't a lot of "Wait here" moments in "The Crazies," a lean little thriller that doesn't mess around. Adapted from George A. Romero's 1973 zombie movie without zombies, this new "Crazies" brings horror home to the heartland as a small Iowa town copes with an outbreak of homicidal maniacs and the shoot-first military sent there to contain the contagion.
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