Julia Child

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Kevin Carr breaks down the week’s releases, looking at G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, Julie & Julia, and A Perfect Getaway.

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By the end of the movie you’ll probably find yourself hungry, and not just for that delicious looking bruschetta from earlier in the film. The movie itself fails to satisfy or feel complete in any way, and will probably leave you craving something more substantial. They learn to cook. They cook. The end.

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It’s almost the weekend! Wanna get laid? Want your girlfriend/wife/lifemate/roommate you hook up with occasionally after karaoke night to cook delicious crap you can’t pronounce for like, a month? Take her to see this movie. And know a little backstory.

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Julie & Julia has been cooking up some serious drama in the foodie world. One part movie based on a blog, two parts snark, and the zest of good ol’ fashioned dissin’. 500 degrees for 18-22 minutes. Recipe for disaster? You tell us.

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