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When you’re pushed… giving an “F” is as easy as breathing.

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Though set around the turn of the 20th Century, There Will Be Blood is, in its pitting of capitalism against revivalism, conspicuously more about the state of the union at the turn of the 21st.

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Cloverfield Review

The human mind has the capability of creating terrifying things. It is a well understood fact that imagination is much more powerful than…

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27 Dresses is a bona fide chick flick of the highest order.

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Well, the first highly anticipated film of 2008 is out, and everyone wants to know whether it lives up to the hype. The answer… sort of.

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How could you not possibly love the fact that J.J. Abrams wanted to make America’s very own monster movie?

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Margot at the Wedding may be light on plot but it is a truthful character study, and because of this, the film is irresistibly winning.

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If Starting Out in the Evening were much shorter, it would be more easily forgivable.

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The Bucket List is a classic example of how a film can take a fine premise, and not only not live up to its full potential, but sink into the pits of mediocrity.

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For those who don’t know anything about the Veggie Tales, this is a computer-generated kids show with Christian overtones. However, unlike many Christian videos, it’s not as heavy-handed on the religious themes.

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The Orphanage doesn’t just ascend, it soars. One can only hope that Guillermo Del Toro has started a yearly tradition of a gothic horror film from Spain being released in the U.S.

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Nathan Deen

Atonement

Movie Reviews By Nate Deen on January 12, 2008 | Comments (5)

…stumbles a bit out of the gates but will leave audiences in awe of it’s beauty and more than satisfied and maybe a little teary-eyed by the indelible conclusion.

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Is it any surprise that this film wasn’t screened for any critic, anywhere in the free world? It’s not that you’d expect anything decent to come from Uwe Boll, but even I was unprepared for the level of suckage this movie produced.

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Small towns are the nicest places when you’re in a good mood and the worst jungles when you feel trapped in depression.

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The filmmakers seem to be trying to leave it up to us whether the film is meant to be taken symbolically or not, but if we were to take it that way it wouldn’t make any sense.

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The title sets up some expectations of what is to come. That being said, there is blood, but there’s also much, much more.

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Director Todd Haynes certainly has a vision with his new film I’m Not There but that vision doesn’t translate well onto the screen.

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The Bucket List is a wonderful film, though it would fit pretty well in the tearjerker category, even more for men than women.

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Opening in the English countryside during the build-up to WWII, the film shows no sign of any expense having been spared in its pursuit of visual opulence.

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