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Written by Hannah Beaver     February 18, 2012     0   1   0   0   0
Spy vs. spy... For the girl! Two gun happy, cowboy CIA agents are grounded, and as they have nothing better to do with their time, they decide to find true love. Unfortunately for them, they have both fallen for the same girl! It's every spy for himself in the 'gentleman's' game of love.
 
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Written by jonathan hall     June 20, 2011     0   1   0   0   0
"In brightest day, in blackest night, no evil shall escape my sight..." A motto to live by, and in the case of the summer blockbuster Green Lantern something that the producers and directors endeavored to bring to the big screen. They did not spare any expense, and gave the impression that they went over every detail of the movie with a fine tined comb to make sure everything was "perfect".
 
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Written by jonathan hall     April 23, 2011     0   1   0   0   0
So a what makes a good horror story? The plot, the blood, or how about the insanity of twists and turns? Well, with Scream 4 all of the rules for a horror movie are out the window once again. Wes Craven takes his Scream franchise in a completely new way that will both surprise and entertain.
 
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Written by jonathan hall     January 25, 2011     0   2   0   0   0
BZZZ The Hornet is back in black. From the radio, to the big screen the Green Hornet is tearing up the mean streets of LA, and bringing moviegoers to tears from laughing so hard.
 
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Written by jonathan hall     September 09, 2010     0   1   0   0   0
This is a “What the f*#^ moment” and boy does this phrase sum up Machete.  Whether it is because of the blood, hot girls or amazing action scenes I was constantly thinking to myself, “No way, that didn’t just happen...awesome!” Robert Rodriguez lives up to, and maybe even surpasses, all expectations with his newest movie Machete. This movie is packed with a great collection of stars and stunts that made me sit up and take notice for more than a few different reasons. However, like Grindhouse and Planet Terror, this movie is not for the faint of heart. It is a gruesome, bloody piece of cinema that both shocks and entertains.
 
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Written by jonathan hall     August 30, 2010     0   1   0   0   0
Do you like action, explosions and the quintessential heist movie? If So, you will love Takers. This movie was dark, intense version of the Italian Job . It had a similar plot, with enough twists and turns to be quite original in the storyline. Add to that a cast of actors that are perfect to play deep and menacing, and there is a recipe for a great drama/thriller.
 
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Written by jonathan hall     August 15, 2010     0   1   0   0   0
  "The greatest action stars together for one time only" That's right, the big names in action come together to kick ass and take names. Sylvester Stallone, Jason Statham and Jet Li lead the cast of pro's in one of the greatest fight movies that I have seen this summer, and I have seen a few. Add to that action, and more than a few plot storylines and there is the making of a summer blockbuster right there. Especially when this movie lives up to the expectations and promises of the trailers and promotional information.  
 
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Written by jonathan hall     June 12, 2010     0   1   0   0   0
Give them a minute, they are good. Give them 2 hours and they will rock your world. That is how I felt watching this movie. Every scene had enough action and suspense to keep me on the edge of my seat for the entire time I was in the theater. This movie was full of action, adventure, surprisingly humor, a lover tryst,  and of course more than a few twists and turns.
 
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Written by jonathan hall     June 06, 2010     0   1   0   0   0
Beauties, blood and bitching fight scenes...what else does a movie need? Well two out of three aren’t bad to have in Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. And don’t worry, all that is missing is the blood (in excess), I mean it IS a Disney movie after all.
 
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Written by Eric Layman     August 14, 2008     0   1   0   0   0
I have a bad feeling about this.
 
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Written by Steve Schardein     August 12, 2008     0   1   0   0   0
It's a spoof to be certain, but of what?  War films?  The ails of the movie industry?  Or both?
 
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Written by Crystal Tilton     August 06, 2008     0   1   0   0   0
Hard action meets stoner comedy. That is how my friend described “Pineapple Express” as we were walking out of the theater, and he could not have put it more perfectly.Seth Rogen plays Dale Denton, a process server on the run from a drug lord and the police after witnessing a murder. James Franco plays Saul Silver, Dale’s weed dealer, who also has to run because he is the only one who sells the type of marijuana Dale left at the crime scene. What is so great about this pairing is that Seth Rogen actually plays (I use this term pretty loosely, though) the straight man. Don’t get me wrong, he’s still very funny, but James Franco completely steals the show. Both main characters are high throughout the whole movie, which makes for most of it being very repeatable one-liners.One of the best things about this movie is the action. Most people would not expect good fight scenes from a movie this hilarious, but I was pleasantly surprised at the quality of them. The action was both funny and brutal, kind of like “First Blood” meets “Half Baked.”I’ll leave you with the fact that I am basically a hermit and...
 
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Written by Steve Schardein     July 31, 2008     0   1   0   0   0
Ann Brashares’ book series returns to the big screen in a romantic comedy about four girls carving their individual paths through their college years. Carmen, Bridget, Tibby, and Lena have been friends since childhood, and ever since finding a curious pair of jeans that just happened to fit all of them, they’ve been kept united by their pact—to wear them through their everyday activities, and then to ship them off to the next person in the rotation along with a note describing what benefit they brought them while worn.
 
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Written by Crystal Tilton     July 25, 2008     0   1   0   0   0
First off, I have to say that this is one of the funniest movies I have ever seen! I literally laughed from beginning to end of this film!Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly star as Brennan Huff and Dale Doback, two 40-year-old men brought together by the marriage of Brennan’s mom and Dale’s dad. Since both still live at home (and act like 10-year-olds), they do not adapt well to their new living arrangements. Forced to share a room, they immediately begin pulling pranks and trying to make the other’s life as miserable as possible.When Dale meets Brennan’s obnoxiously smug brother, Derek, they find a common enemy to rally against and become best friends, doing everything together from going on job interviews to planning their own production company. After certain events cause them to grow up and act like adults, the movie ends in a blaze of operatic glory. Make sure to stay a while after the credits start to see the epic battle scene!Reilly and Ferrell, as well as the supporting cast, have amazing comedic energy and timing, which leaves no room for dull moments or lulls in laughter. So many of the scenes are wrong in all...
 
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Written by Nathaniel Stevens     July 17, 2008     0   1   0   0   0
Joker to Rachel Dawes, "Well, hello beautiful... you've got some fight in you, I like that." That sentence pretty much explains The Dark Knight. It is the Empire Strikes Back of the Batman films. It compliments and extends Batman Begins beautifully. It also begins to build on less about Batman as person, which what the first film focused on, and starts with Batman's purpose in Gotham. Is he a criminal? Is he a cop? Where does he stand with the law? It's all answered in this film. The mob in Gotham has started to run scared. The deals they usually do in the evening hours have to be pushed to the daylight because Batman is always on patrol during the evening. Doing illegal activities is basically getting risky for everyone. Add this problem with the new district attorney for Gotham, Harvey Dent, who wants criminals taken in just as much as Batman, and the poor mob has nothing to turn to... except one man. Having robbed the group of criminals/thugs in one bank, the Joker proposes that the mob let him kill Batman, which they reluctantly oblige because they are desperate at this point. Clearly crazy and...
 
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