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‘Side Effects’ may include suspense, enjoyment

Steven Soderbergh’s new thriller is a disturbingly easy pill to swallow.
02/14/2013
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‘Warm Bodies’ a fun zom-rom-com

Fresh spin on genre tells story from zombie's point of view
02/07/2013
63

'Silver Linings Playbook' is golden

Emotionally charged and exceptionally entertaining, it’s the silver lining in a genre that’s sadly grown stale.
01/30/2013
64

Reel Sustainability

“Going green” has become a vague and lucrative catchall phrase for the practice of sustainable living.
But Appalachian State University’s...
01/24/2013
65

‘Last Stand’ rises to the occasion

Schwarzenegger returns to form in all-too-welcome throwback to action movies of yesteryear
01/24/2013
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‘Mama’ delivers spooky scares

Creepy kids? Check. Computer-generated monster? Check. Jessica Chastain as a Goth bassist? OK.
01/24/2013
67

‘Gangster Squad’ all style, no substance

Director Ruben Fleischer aims high in this violent tale of cops gone rogue to take down an untouchable mob boss, but the results are a surefire miss
01/17/2013
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‘Texas Chainsaw 3-D’ is dumb fun

The latest installment adds a bit of WD-40 to the equipment
01/09/2013
69

MovieTimes: The Best of 2012

2012 has come and gone, and, alas, no John Cusack to drive us through the Mayan apocalypse in a limousine.
01/03/2013
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Tarantino goes west in ‘Django Unchained’

Unflinching, unabashed and incredibly stylish, “Django” is pure Tarantino, combining sharp dialogue, colorful characters and dark humor for a wickedly fun time at the movies.
01/03/2013
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Comedy-drama ‘This Is 40’ offers slice of life

New Apatow film stands well on its own, a slice of life from a director who, like his characters, are growing better with age
12/26/2012
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N.C. Film Office reports $376M in spending in 2012

North Carolina witnesses another year of record-breaking film numbers in 2012
12/26/2012
73

‘The Hobbit’ an unexpected trilogy

Sort of stretched, like butter scraped over too much bread
12/20/2012
74

‘Killing Them Softly’ a hard-hitter

It’s one of the most intense – and enjoyable – mob films this decade, which, for its seemingly simple premise, speaks volumes.
12/13/2012
75

Final ‘Twilight’ most watchable of series

“The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2” is easily the most enjoyable picture in the series, but, let’s be honest – that’s not...
12/06/2012
76

The Mesmerizing ‘Life of Pi’

Certain films ask their audience to suspend disbelief.

In “Life of Pi,” director Ang Lee (“Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon”) leaves...
11/29/2012
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‘Lincoln’ a thoughtful, well-acted epic

'Lincoln' is an expertly crafted sum of its parts, and, in director Steven Spielberg, we couldn’t ask for a better builder
11/20/2012
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Backcountry Film Fest skis into Boone

High Country Nordic Association screens two films Nov. 16
11/15/2012
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‘Skyfall’ rises to the occasion

Out of all of his targets, James Bond has never exactly aimed for continuity.

All the same, he never misses a shot.

The Bond films are...
11/15/2012
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‘Wreck-It-Ralph’ smashingly fun

In 'Wreck-It-Ralph,' audiences are treated to a fresh take on an increasingly popular pastime – a story about video games told from the games’ perspective.
11/08/2012

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