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81

‘Five-Year Engagement’ a funny, but uneven affair

“The Five-Year Engagement” is more spontaneously fun than most weddings, but without the open bar.
05/03/2012
82

‘Lucky One’ rather unfortunate

There’s nothing lucky about it.

“The Lucky One,” the latest big-screen adaptation of a bestselling Nicholas Sparks novel, was destined...
04/26/2012
83

‘Cabin in the Woods’ houses fun meta-horror

'Cabin' is a bizarre, often hilarious take on horror movie conventions that screams of originality.
04/19/2012
84

‘Titanic’ sails splendidly in 3-D

I’ll always associate James Cameron with “Terminator 2: Judgment Day.”
04/12/2012
85

Don’t feel the ‘Wrath’

Stop-motion monsters, robotic owls and beefy, blue-eyed heroes of yore.

It’s cheesy as feta, but 1981’s “Clash of the Titans” is...
04/05/2012
86

'Hunger Games' caters to fans

For those who haven’t read Collins’ trilogy, “The Hunger Games” is a smartly shot, well-acted action-thriller. For those who’ve read and adore the series, the film is an emotionally charged, well-acted tour de force.
03/27/2012
87

Laughing in the ‘Street’

I see a lot of different movies, but a lot of the same trailers.

When Columbia Pictures started pimping its take on the classic 1980s cop...
03/22/2012
88

‘John Carter’ delivers pulp sci-fi fun

When I think Mars, I think Arnold Schwarzenegger wreaking havoc on the red planet in 1990’s “Total Recall.”
03/15/2012
89

‘The Artist’ paints movie magic

“The Artist” – steeped in technique and style from a bygone era – is a timeless work of art.
03/07/2012
90

‘Project X’ a party for some ages

When I think “Project X,” I think of the 1987 film starring Matthew Broderick and a bunch of chimpanzees running flight simulations.
03/07/2012
91

‘Act of Valor’ soars with action, struggles with story

Let’s put it this way: I’d much rather have a Navy SEAL acting in a movie than an actor – let’s say Nicolas Cage – executing a covert rescue op.
03/01/2012
92

‘Ghost Rider’ sequel crashes and burns

Nicolas Cage phones in the crazy like a Miss Cleo hotline.
02/23/2012
93

‘Episode I’ still underwhelming

The Force is weak with this one.

It was in 1999, and it still is in 2012’s 3-D trappings.

“Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom...
02/16/2012
94

‘Chronicle’ breaks ‘found-footage’ mold

When it comes to most “found-footage” films, you can find more compelling footage on a public access channel.
02/09/2012
95

Superb ‘Descendants’ delivers pathos in paradise

“The Descendants” is a film worthy of its inheritance – in this case, a fistful of Oscar nominations.
02/09/2012
96

‘The Grey’ a chilling, thoughtful thriller

'The Grey' is a taut, white-knuckle thriller that balances survival adventure with an unexpected, plentiful helping of existentialism.
01/31/2012
97

‘Extremely Loud’ is incredibly maudlin

Is it still “too soon?”

The events of 9/11 are forever engrained in our collective memory, whether we witnessed them in person, on...
01/26/2012
98

Road to Oscars has been paved

The American Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences has revealed its list of nominees for the 84th annual Academy Awards.
01/25/2012
99

‘Contraband’ could be thrown overboard

Like its namesake, it seems as if “Contraband” was quietly smuggled into theaters.
01/19/2012
100

'Devil Inside' can go to hell

It seems Hollywood is possessed.

It’s worrisome enough that some malevolent force keeps greenlighting redundant excorcism movies, but throw...
01/12/2012

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