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‘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
102

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
103

‘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
104

‘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
105

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
106

‘Contraband’ could be thrown overboard

Like its namesake, it seems as if “Contraband” was quietly smuggled into theaters.
01/19/2012
107

'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
108

Choose to accept this ‘Mission’

From the director of ‘Ratatouille’ comes an action packed thrill ride in which the world hangs on the brink of nuclear annihilation.
01/05/2012
109

‘War Horse’ an uneven gallop

“War Horse” is a technically brilliant film, beautifully shot and masterfully framed. Concerning the narrative, however, director Steven Spielberg has gotten a little too technical with a calculated gallop through audiences’ hearts.
12/29/2011
110

‘Tintin’ a new, old-fashioned adventure

“The Adventures of Tintin” seems like a return to classic form for Spielberg.
12/25/2011
111

Christmas Movies Less Ordinary

There are Christmas movies, and then there are Christmas movies you don’t always remember being Christmas movies.
12/25/2011
112

New ‘Holmes’ not so clever

Bigger and louder have their time and place – a Spinal Tap concert, a monster truck extravaganza, Fox News. The world of Arthur Conan Doyle’s “Sherlock Holmes?” Not so much.
12/22/2011
113

‘The Sitter’ slouches

A paint-by-numbers screenplay leads to rampant predictability in the new Jonah Hill comedy, “The Sitter.”
12/15/2011
114

‘Hugo’ is spectacular storytelling

Martin Scorsese’s “Hugo” is proof that magic exists.
12/08/2011
115

Fun 'Muppets' big on smiles

Smiling at the movie theater is a fairly common thing.
12/01/2011
116

New ‘Twilight’ offers fan service, nothing more

Ever get cornered by someone with a wedding album?
11/23/2011
117

These ‘Immortals’ won’t live forever

The heavy-handed theme in the new sword-and-sandals epic, “Immortals,” is that the deeds of a man can make him live forever. Ironically, the film is instantly forgettable.
11/17/2011
118

‘Tower Heist’ a serviceable comedy

The new caper comedy, “Tower Heist,” is like a tray of movie theater nachos – an appealing concept, but hardly fulfilling.
11/10/2011
119

New ‘Harold & Kumar’ shamelessly hilarious

As if Danny Trejo in a garish Christmas sweater isn’t enough, how about that Christmas sweater in 3-D?
11/10/2011
120

‘Puss in Boots’ amusing, well animated

Apart from being expertly animated, well-voiced and generally entertaining, DreamWorks’ “Puss in Boots” stands apart from most kids’ fare.
11/03/2011

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