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Sunday
Oct302011

Cinema Soldier is on the hunt for new writers

Do you love movies so much that you’ll go to the theater alone to see them? Do you regularly look up and share new info about directors, projects, writers, or actors you’re interested in? Do you like sharing your opinions online? Is your Netflix queue endless? Do you love the smell of popcorn in the morning? If so, join us. We’re looking for a few writers to take our coverage to the next level.

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Friday
Jul102009

Review - Bruno ***

Like Borat before it, Bruno is filled with some very funny confrontational humor. Those who liked the extended nude chase/wrestling and Rodeo scene in Borat will like this movie. It’s full of gay sex, celebrity baby, and Hitler jokes.  It’s much more shocking, but not as fun as Borat.

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Wednesday
Jul012009

Review - Public Enemies ***1/2

Watching “Public Enemies” taught me that John Dillinger (Johnny Depp) likes baseball, movies, fast cars, and Billie Frechette (Marion Cotillard), but not as much as he loves robbing banks. Unfortunately, I never learned anything more about him. Public Enemies is a good movie, but wholly unconcerned with its characters.

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Monday
Jun292009

Review - The Proposal ***1/2

As a concept, “The Proposal” is a textbook Hollywood romantic comedy. I started off hating it, slowly began to like it, then we had a falling out. Fortunately, we made up in the end.

The story is pretty simple. Margaret Tate (Sandra Bullock) is an overbearing boss who’s about to be deported back to Canada. To keep her job, she blackmails her overworked assistant, Andrew Paxton (Ryan Reynolds), into marrying her on the sly. If their fraudulent relationship is uncovered by the U.S. government, it could mean $250,000 and five years in jail for Andrew. To prove they’re a true couple, Margaret must travel with Andrew to meet his family, who lives in Alaska. On paper, it’s actually a lot like the plot to 2007’s “I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry.”

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