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'Limitless' a fun pill to swallow

One pill makes you larger, and one pill makes you small.
03/24/2011
162

'Paul' a love letter to sci-fi

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are all about turning genres on their heads.
03/24/2011
163

'Red Riding Hood' should just stay home

In "Red Riding Hood," the Big Bad Wolf doesn't bite - the movie does.
03/17/2011
164

'Battle: LA' high on action, war movie clichés

"Battle: Los Angeles" is like watching someone else play a video game.
03/17/2011
165

Saddle up for 'Rango'

What do Hunter S. Thompson, talking lizards, gun-toting rattlesnakes and existentialist character studies have in common?
03/10/2011
166

'Drive Angry' an absurdly fun ride

frank@mountaintimes.com

I'll just say it: Nicolas Cage has done good.

"Drive Angry" is absurdly fun, a throwback to B-movies of...
03/03/2011
167

'I Am Number Four' a shoddy, dull mess

You can't spell "number" without "numb," the general feeling - or lack thereof - in "I Am Number Four," the foul offspring of teen angst and shoddily written science fiction.
02/24/2011
168

Enjoy the 'Unknown'

When did Liam Neeson become synonymous with "badass?"
02/24/2011
169

'Gnomeo & Juliet' high on smiles

There was probably a time when directors thought a modern-day interpretation of William Shakespeare's plays was fresher than an untamed shrew.
02/17/2011
170

Don't 'Just Go With It'

Adam Sandler asks you to "Just Go With It," but from now on, we're going to need some incentive.
02/17/2011
171

Bad 'Roommate'

"The Roommate," a so-called psychological thriller, does not thrill, nor does it, uh, psychose. It"s a bland anomaly that promises racy coed mayhem, but delivers PG-rated boredom, better suited for a made-for-TV exclusive.
02/10/2011
172

'Sanctum' barely holds water

For an underwater 3-D adventure, 'Sanctum' is absurdly dry and flat.
02/10/2011
173

'The Rite' done wrong

"The Rite" is a forgettable entry in an overplayed genre that's never come close to topping 1973's landmark horror film, "The Exorcist."
02/03/2011
174

'The Mechanic' too mechanical

Cool-headed, ruggedly suave and unabashedly British, Jason Statham is the B-movie action hero of our time, never deviating from that path and pretty much playing the same role again and again, but in mildly different situations.
02/03/2011
175

'No Strings' beats rom-com formula

frank@mountaintimes.com

Trailers can be deceiving.

"No Strings Attached" is case in point, as its overplayed trailer ceaselessly touted...
01/27/2011
176

Long live 'The King's Speech'

Splendid performances, a heartwarming story and expert presentation make "The King's Speech" one to be remembered.
01/27/2011
177

'The Dilemma' can't make up its mind

frank@mountaintimes.com

The dilemma with "The Dilemma" is identity.

Packed with comedy, melodrama, slapstick and violence, director...
01/20/2011
178

'Green Hornet' immersive fun

With superhero movies a dime a dozen, it was only a matter of time till studios delved into the days of radio drama.
01/20/2011
179

'Country Strong' is country weak

frank@mountaintimes.com

Let's just get this out there. "Country Strong" sounds like a fragrance from Travis Tritt.

It stinks, but the...
01/13/2011
180

'Black Swan' an intense flight

'Black Swan' is a harrowing psychological drama that should earn its star, Natalie Portman, a well-deserved Oscar nod.
01/05/2011

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