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Friday
Aug202010

Intense trailer: Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan

Wow. I don't think there is anyone who can capture the fragility of sanity quite like Darren Aronofsky. Like The Wrestler and Requiem for a Dream, Black Swan pits a character against her own ambition. Will she break? Mila Kunis also stars. Since the end of That 70s Show, she's been trying many different roles, from Forgetting Sarah Marshall to Extract to The Book of Eli. This looks to be another great choice. Watch the trailer below. I can't wait for this movie!

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Saturday
Apr102010

DATE NIGHT is ludicrous, but Fey and Carell make it work

Rating:  Great

Let me propose a scenario. Lets say you want to go out for a nice dinner in the city. You enter the restaurant and the host is a total a-hole. Now you're at the bar. A server keeps calling out the name 'Tripplehorn' and no one answers. Do you: A.) Say you are the Tripplehorns and take the seat; or B.) Do nothing and risk having a lame night. If you chose 'A,' Date Night is the movie for you.

Date Night follows Phil and Claire Foster, a stressed married couple (played by Tina Fey and Steve Carell). We feel for the Fosters. They love each other, but the stress of raising children and working full-time is wearing on them. Worse, their good friends Haley and Brad Sullivan (Kirsten Wiig and Mark Ruffalo) are getting a divorce. Why? Well, they are plain bored of one another. They feel more like roommates than a couple, explains Haley.

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Saturday
Jan162010

THE BOOK OF ELI proves Denzel can still kick ass

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I did not expect much from The Book of Eli. I mean, Denzel Washington’s star is much dimmer than his Training Days and I’ve seen enough post-apocalyptic movies to fill a catalog of world ending scenarios. But the Hughes brothers surprised me. Eli is an ordinary take on a “war ends the world” scenario with extra-ordinary goals. It has more to say than your average action flick and I enjoyed it.

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Friday
Sep042009

Extract is sweet but unfulfilling (Review)

Mike Judge's Extract (R, 91 min.) is hard to dislike. It's full of entertaining and funny characters. Unfortunately, none have any depth. Like the food extract assembly line in the movie, each character has an assigned role, rigidly carries it out, and hands the plot off to whoever's next. Extract provides a funny and sweet taste of its characters, but ultimately left me unfulfilled and craving a comedy with more substance. 

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