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2 star movies

'The Upper Footage' Review

If there is any truth at the core of the film, then The Upper Footage is also a bold attempt at using media and marketing as a tool for pursuing justice where the legal system has failed.

Free Birds Movie Review

'Free Birds' Review

Free Birds feels like the result of a meeting among studio executives, who just threw together every idea they could imagine.

'Escape Plan' Review

Taken as a straightforward action movie, Escape Plan is something that never should've been more than a direct-to-DVD feature.

Justin Timberlake and Ben Affleck in 'Runner Runner' (Review)

'Runner Runner' Review

Runner Runner falls short of delivering anything fresh or unique and merely retraces story arcs and character tropes that audiences will have seen multiple times before.

Paula Patton and Djimon Hounsou in Baggage Claim

'Baggage Claim' Review

Moviegoers whose guilty pleasures are fluffy rom-coms might find enough to like about Baggage Claim, if only because it's mostly a harmless fantasy and isn't offensively backwards-thinking.

Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs in 'Jobs' (Review)

'Jobs' Review

Jobs falls short of being anything more than an ordinary movie experience that chronicles the life of an extraordinary man.

Dusty Crophopper in Planes (Review)

'Planes' Review

Planes is passable direct-to-video animated entertainment for kids - featuring action sequences that are more cinematic in their style.

The Smurfs 2 (Review)

'The Smurfs 2' Review

The Smurfs 2 really was tailor-made just for audience members who approved of the entertainment provided by its predecessor (no more, no less).

Tonto and John Reid in 'The Lone Ranger' (Review)

'The Lone Ranger' Review

A flawed but often entertaining summer blockbuster experience, The Lone Ranger falls short as a sum of its promising individual parts.

After Earth Jaden Smith Review

'After Earth' Review

After Earth is too limited and muted to fully-incorporate the larger world and concepts it presents, resulting in a pretty standard character story that only offers brief moments of excitement.

'The Host' starring Saoirse Ronan as Wanda (Review)

'The Host' Review

The central Soul setup, along with solid cinematography and competent performances, should be enough to kick-off a full Host film trilogy - and maybe even win over a few Stephenie Meyer skeptics.

Channing Tatum and Dwayne Johnson in 'G.I. Joe Retaliation'

'G.I. Joe: Retaliation' Review

Even with better characters, a more talented cast of action stars, and a more grounded and faithful approach to the mythos, G.I. Joe: Retaliation is still an overall disappointing film.

Alice Englert in 'Beautiful Creatures' (Review)

'Beautiful Creatures' Review

Despite routine references to crazy powers and an epic light versus dark struggle, Beautiful Creatures is a bland film experience that is surprisingly devoid of actual movie magic.

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