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Thursday, March 17,2011

Aliens love Los Angeles

By Cary Darling
Aaron Eckhart is Michael Nantz, a staff sergeant stationed in Southern California who's just days shy from early retirement after a particularly grueling overseas assignment in which several of his men were killed. But, wouldn't you just know it, he can't put his uniform away just yet because that strange meteor shower over L.
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Tuesday, February 23,2010

'Fish Tank' deserves awards its winning

By Cary Darling
Mia is a girl on her way to a serious date with trouble. In the very first few minutes she's on the screen in "Fish Tank," writer/director Andrea Arnold's frank and powerful glimpse of a dead-end British teenage life, she's screaming on the phone to a friend, head-butts another girl because she doesn't like the way she's dancing, and gets into a tussle with her struggling, drunken, emotionally unavailable single mom. "The Waltons" it's not.
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Tuesday, February 2,2010

'Frozen' taps into fear of heights

By Cary Darling
In some circles, "Frozen" is being compared to last year's surprise hit "Paranormal Activity." Both are low-budget, lo-fi, indie frightfests in which actors you've never heard of are placed in claustrophobic jeopardy.
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Tuesday, December 1,2009

'The Strip' nothing great, but still engaging

By Cary Darling
The more obvious comedic elements in "The Strip" are forced and predictable. Where "The Strip," the first feature project from director/writer Jameel Khan, redeems itself is in the more bittersweet moments that make the film more appealing than it otherwise might be.
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Monday, November 23,2009

'Red Cliff' more than just style

By Cary Darling
No doubt, many viewers are going to be comparing Red Cliff — director John Woo's sword-and-silk spectacular based on an epic battle that took place in southern China in 208 A.D. — to 300, Zack Snyder's high-tech reimagining of the infamous tussle at Thermoplyae in ancient Greece.
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Tuesday, October 27,2009

Payoff never comes in 'The Canyon'

By Cary Darling
When newlyweds in movies insist on taking their honeymoon in wild, isolated places, bad things always happen. But maybe Nick (Eion Bailey) and Lori (Yvonne Strahovski) have never been to a multiplex because they do exactly that in The Canyon, in which their trek into a remote part of the Grand Canyon with an unlicensed guide turns into a survival nightmare.
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