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‘Ghost Rider’ sequel crashes and burns

Nicolas Cage phones in the crazy like a Miss Cleo hotline.
02/23/2012
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‘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
143

‘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
144

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
145

ASU sustainability film series continues

The sustainability film series at Appalachian State University enters the third year with films that focus on environmental and economic issues and social justice.
02/09/2012
146

Classic German films at ASU

During spring semester 2012, Appalachian State University’s Center for Judaic, Holocaust and Peace Studies will present a series of feature films...
02/09/2012
147

‘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
148

‘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
149

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
150

‘Contraband’ could be thrown overboard

Like its namesake, it seems as if “Contraband” was quietly smuggled into theaters.
01/19/2012
151

ASU sustainability film series begins Jan. 24

The sustainability film series at Appalachian State University enters the third year with films that focus on environmental and economic issues and social justice.
01/19/2012
152

'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
153

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
154

‘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
155

‘Tintin’ a new, old-fashioned adventure

“The Adventures of Tintin” seems like a return to classic form for Spielberg.
12/25/2011
156

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
157

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
158

‘The Sitter’ slouches

A paint-by-numbers screenplay leads to rampant predictability in the new Jonah Hill comedy, “The Sitter.”
12/15/2011
159

‘Hugo’ is spectacular storytelling

Martin Scorsese’s “Hugo” is proof that magic exists.
12/08/2011
160

Fun 'Muppets' big on smiles

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

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