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Like the coming of the apocalypse, there were many signs that Strange Wilderness would be a terrible film.

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I’m getting really tired of remakes of Japanese horror movies. Fortunately, The Eye comes from Hong Kong.

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Director Jeff Nichols’ first film shows quite a lot of promise…

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“People will want to see this.”

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Is this one of the great performances of any actor in cinematic history? That might just be a topic worth discussion.

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From the first ten minutes, you can tell something is off. There’s a hint of banality in the air.

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This could easily have been called Epic Movie: Number Two. And when I say Number Two, I really mean this movie is number two.

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Finally, an R-rated action flick that fucking rocks.

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Steve Coogan stars as a high school drama teacher that just doesn’t get “it”…

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From the directors of ‘Half Nelson’ comes a slowly paced drama about a Dominican baseball player coming to America.

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Director Brett Simon and a talented cast deliver a vision of a John Hughes-style noir flick that is smart, sexy and thoroughly entertaining.

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Director Larry Bishop brings the fun with his modern day Grindhouse biker flick.

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Be prepared to be charmed… for at least the first 10 minutes.

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Alex Gibney’s amazing documentary has me upset… It makes me feel uncultured.

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Nanette Burstein’s enchanting documentary about growing up in the midwest shines through as one of the best of Sundance 2008.

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Michael Haneke’s shot-for-shot remake starts with intensity and rolls on toward stupidity like a breakless freight train.

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Brian Cox stars as a man who decides to escape from his life-long prison sentence to see his dying daughter one last time.

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“One fast-moving, roller coaster of a movie.”

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From the writer of Fight Club comes a dark comedy about sexual addiction that is a joy to behold.

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published: 12.19.2014
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