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Batman Begins Movie Review: A Great Beginning for the Dark Knight
Batman Begins is one classic Batman.
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Movie Review: A Dark, Adolescent Potter Film
Darker, a little more mature, and a little less magical, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire deals primarily with rejection and hormones as Harry and his friends struggle through the transition from childhood to young adulthood.
Watchmen: Deconstructing the Film in Reference to the Graphic Novel
The film Watchmen is no doubt a love letter to those who have been waiting for the graphic novel’s cinematic rendition for the last two decades.
Corpse Bride Movie Review: A Charming Grave Fairy Tale
Behind its eerie theme, Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride is fun, genial, expressive and charming. This semi-musical stop-motion animation celluloid baby is set at death’s door and salutes the liberating power of true love and sacrifice.
Iron Man Movie Review: The Stark of Iron Myth-making
Finding great escapist twists on an exhausted genre, Iron Man is one of a handful of exceptional superhero movies to date.
King Kong Movie Review: A Beastly Adventure
Jackson’s King Kong proves to be an enduring part of film history and legacy all over the world. If LOTR is a magical classic in complete greatness, King Kong is a monstrous adventure flick with mainstream feel.
Sky High Movie Review: Soaring High School Heroes and Sidekicks
If you think Hogwarts is the only secret school for extraordinary kids, well there’s also the heroic children’s world of Sky High.
All About Steve Movie Review: All About the Odds of Trying Too Hard
All About Steve is all about that screwball comedy offer starring an A-list star trying to carry the movie’s second-rate slapstick gags and awkward schmaltz.
Ocean’s Thirteen Movie Review: The Odds of Getting Guilty Pleasure
Watching the inventive and spontaneous bunch of professional men pulling off an impossible heist for the third time, Ocean’s Thirteen is a guilty pleasure to watch.
Ong-bak Movie Review: No Doubles, No Strings, No CGIs
Ong-bak presents the art of Muay Thai in a contemporary setting. Yet, it is very much inspired by the people’s carried on traditions and culture and their ancient fighting spirit.
Law Abiding Citizen Movie Review: The Law Abiding Popcorn Flick
It’s a phony social commentary that has an intriguing premise and a compromised execution.
The Bucket List Movie Review: Filling the Bucket
The Bucket List generates both humor and drama about two terminally ill men who heads off outdoors to go for a trip around the world and explore a wish list of to-do’s before they die.
The Pacifier Movie Review: A Pacifying Time at the Theater
After a long, stressful and tiring day from work, watching The Pacifier is a great way to relax and be entertained.
Brothers Grimm Movie Review: A Grim for Brothers Grimm
Brothers Grimm is shallow, bland and disappointing. There have been a few sparks of promise, but the muddled plot messes up its very intensity.
The Exorcism of Emily Rose Movie Review: A Courtroom Psychological Horror
Provocative and absorbing but without any pronouncements, it is a thinking person’s demon possession film.
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Movie Review
The story centers on a tightly knit group of the four girls Lena (Alexis Bledel), Bridget (Blake Lively), Carmen (America Ferrera) and Tibby (Amber Tamblyn).
Transporter 2 Movie Review: An Escapist Ride
Jason Statham delivers an effective role with his silent charisma as Frank Martin. This makes up his taciturn personality of being a man whose emotions seem so well under control all the time.
The Best Las Vegas Clubs for Couples
As couples may prefer to have a more passionate time, party with friends, or enjoy the Las Vegas scenery whether indoors or outdoors, there are are many clubs to explore around Vegas for the guests’ varying preferences.
I Love You, Beth Cooper Movie Review: Flip-flopping with the Farce and the Funny
I Love You, Beth Cooper is average stuff… that is to compare what you see in the unimaginative trailer and what this teen movie rehash actually delivers for its worn out theme and story.
Into the Blue Movie Review: Soaking Deep into the Blue
But it runs out of air with its contrived plot and the interest for it sinks aimlessly into the deep-waters of the Bahamas. The treasure isn’t priced well. And it’s long soaked and buried deep into the blue…
Best Microbrews in Las Vegas
Microbrews in Vegas are all over the hotels, casinos and just about any of the prime spots where commercial establishments stand tall. And a number of microbreweries around invite the locals and tourists alike for a dose of fun, food and drinks.
Advantages of Filming in HD and Releasing Movies in Digital Cinemas
With the further advancement of digital technology, producers and filmmakers can now provide more technically competent productions even with decent finances.
The Hurt Locker Gets the 2010 Oscar Nod for Best Picture
The announcement of the 2010 Oscar Best Picture was full of surprises as this considerably small film defeated the biggest contender for the award which was no less than the world’s highest grossing film of all time since its release, Avatar.
Best Movie Theaters in Dallas, Texas
Dallas is a home for movie patrons seeking diverse film selections. Whether seeking for a mainstream flick or an independent film favorite, the movie theaters in Dallas offer distinctive treats.
Lucky You Movie Review: A Poker Life
Lucky You is a romantic drama set in the gambling world of Las Vegas where Huck Cheever (Eric Bana) lives his life around the green felt poker tables while also confronting his personal conflicts including his problematic relationship with his father.
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