Movies

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Girls have fun in Mad Money

Not only is "Mad Money" expected with excitement since it is a comeback film for Mrs. Tom Cruise, but its cast and box-office hit potential make it appealing. The tale, based on a script by Glen Gers, is a c...
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Go watch Juno

In a last minute move, Juno will join the best movies of the year list because of how teenage pregnancy is shown in a smart, comedic, but still dramatic way. Many have said the film is quirky and they couldn't ...
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Beowulf revamped

The elaborate animation of Beowulf can make-up for the alterations made to the classic novel. Although the effects lag behind in some ways, the voice-overs and settings are on cue and amaze the viewer. Beowu...
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City of Men trailer released

Miramax has released the official trailer for the upcoming drama, City of Men. The film is the sequel to the Academy Award-Nominated film, City of God and opens on January 18, 2008. In City of Men, produc...
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Top 10 Movies 2007

With so many films to pick from it was hard to decide which films were the best of the best in 2007. After thinking it through and reviewing all the films that came out this year, the task became easier. There were the summer hits, like Live Free or Die Hard, and the love stories, like Lars and the Real Girl. However, these flicks had something for everyone and made it big with the critics ... and at the ticket booth. [...]
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Seinfeld, where have you bee-n?

On October 28, L.A. enjoyed the black and yellow-themed premiere of DreamWorks Animation's latest flick, Bee Movie. With a star-studded cast of Jerry Seinfeld, Renee Zellweger and Mathew Broderick, and animatio...
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Cracker: A New Terror

Fresh off the BBC America comes "Cracker: A New Terror," starring the incredibly talented Robbie Coltrane. Coltrane, of Harry Potter fame, plays Dr. Edward "Fitz" Fitzgerald, an incredibly b...
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The ultimate Bourne

For fans looking for a satisfying ending to the adventures of Jason Bourne, they will find it in The Bourne Ultimatum. The final installment in the Bourne trilogy immerses its audience in riveting action sce...
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Simpsons Movie: Not all that, but close.

Joke-filled at every second, the Simpsons movie lived up to fans' expectations of wanting a laugh, but the flick was not necessarily an unforgettable experience. Overall the movie's story line and use of every ...
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Simpsons movie promo turns you yellow

You can just feel that yellow-hot heat coming around the corner, right down Evergreen Terrace. The Simpsons Movie is fast-approaching, and you'd better be ready for an all-out onslaught of unbearably cheesy ...
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Harry Potter gets serious

"Harry Potter and The Order of The Phoenix" is bad, in a good way "Phoenix" is darker and much more mature compared to the other, more innocent movies in the series. Harry (Daniel Radcliffe) ret...
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I Am Legend trailer

The last man on earth is not alone. Warner Brothers Pictures recently released the trailer for "I am Legend," staring Will Smith. "My name is Robert Neville. I am a survivor living in New York City. ...
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Stomp the Yard (DVD/Blu-Ray)

DJ, a street dancer from L.A., enrolls in the historically black Truth University in Atlanta, Georgia in order to bypass juvenile hall. At Truth, the troubled 19-year-old joins a struggling fraternity, which...
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Closer

"Closer," set in London, is the treacherous tale of four strangers and their lives, loves and debaucherous urges. The four main characters who meet at different times--Julia Roberts, Jude Law, Natalie Portma...
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Freedom Writers

Hilary Swank stars in "Freedom Writers," a fairly run of the mill inspirational-teacher-inspires-inner-city-kids movie, now available on DVD. The film is based on the true story of Erin Gruwell (Swank), an ...