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‘The Thing’ offers nothing new

2011’s “The Thing” is a prequel in remake clothing.
10/20/2011
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Brilliant ‘50/50’ beats the odds

At first glance, “50/50” seems the type of film many viewers might avoid.
10/20/2011
163

Welcome ‘The Ides of March’

Politics are dirty.

It’s a common sentiment, one with which we’re all, perhaps, a bit too familiar.
On the other hand, it’s the...
10/13/2011
164

‘Real Steel’ a surprising hit

The first step is convincing yourself to watch a movie about boxing robots.
10/13/2011
165

It’s all a bad ‘Dream House’

To dream, most experts agree the dreamer should be asleep.
10/06/2011
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‘Exit Through the Gift Shop’ screening Oct. 6 at ASU

Appalachian State University’s Catherine J. Smith Gallery and the Arts Management Organization (AMO) will co-host a screening of the film, “Exit through the Gift Shop.”
09/29/2011
167

‘Moneyball’ quietly walks it home

Consider the baseball movie.

With a couple exceptions, most follow the same template, which usually involves an underdog caught in a losing...
09/29/2011
168

‘Dolphin Tale’ a heartwarming splash

I’ll go ahead and say it. That dolphin movie’s pretty darn heartwarming.
09/29/2011
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‘Drive’ an art-house thriller

“Drive” isn’t your typical action movie, and thank goodness.
09/22/2011
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‘Lion King’ reigns again

“The Lion King” has always been a shining jewel in Disney’s animated crown.
09/22/2011
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Queer Film Series begins Sept. 27 at ASU

The annual Queer Film Series begins Sept. 27 at Appalachian State University with a showing of “I Am.”
09/22/2011
172

‘Contagion’: Wash your hands after viewing

Some movies have a profound impact on the film-going public.
09/15/2011
173

‘Shark Night 3-D’ has no teeth

What made last year’s “Piranha 3-D” a surprising hit was its no-holds-barred gratuity.
09/08/2011
174

‘Apollo 18’ brings boredom to space

The Apollo 18 mission was scrapped during planning. Unfortunately, the same can’t be said for the film.
09/08/2011
175

Holocaust film series continues

Starting Sept. 18, Appalachian State University’s Center for Judaic, Holocaust and Peace Studies presents a series of feature films and documentaries on the Nazi Holocaust.
09/08/2011
176

'Our Idiot Brother' a likeable comedy

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Movie trailers can be misleading.

With the magic of editing, producers can market a movie to practically...
09/01/2011
177

'Conan' the Bore-barian

It's like a blood-soaked Ben Stein reading "Calvin & Hobbes" in his trademark monotone, only less memorable.
08/25/2011
178

'The Help' helped by solid performances

Some movies have "tearjerker" written all over them - "Old Yeller," "Life is Beautiful," "Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan."
08/18/2011
179

'30 Minutes or Less' could use better timing

Despite a solid cast and genuinely amusing performances, "30 Minutes or Less" is more like the time it'll take to forget this caper-buddy-heist comedy.
08/18/2011
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Go Ape!

Ten years ago, director Tim Burton unleashed his baffling "reimagining" of the 1968 sci-fi classic, "Planet of the Apes," on humanity, creating a...
08/11/2011

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