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Fed Up Documentary about child Obesity

'Fed Up' Review

The bottom line is that Fed Up is imperative viewing for just about anyone in America who is currently eating food.

'Gravity' Review

Gravity is nothing less than a five-star 2001 space odyssey for a whole new generation of movie lovers. Take the ride.

Hugo Martin Scorsese Ben Kingsley Asa Butterfield (Review)

'Hugo' Review

Scorsese's ode to the medium he loves so dearly will still be as poignant, rich and vital so long as film itself remains so.

Blue Valentine Ryan Gosling

'Blue Valentine' Review

'Blue Valentine' is a refreshingly raw and modern meditation on the elusive nature of love, featuring awesome performances from leads Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams.

The Fighter reviews Wahlberg Bale

'The Fighter' Review

'The Fighter' is a clever and darkly funny character piece set against a classic sports drama backdrop - and the result is one of the most entertaining films of 2010.

Bruce Willis in RED movie review

'RED' Review

If you're missing the rush you get from a great, fun summer movie, bundle up, go watch 'RED' and have a blast.

Inception Review

Does the long-anticipated Christopher Nolan film 'Inception' deliver what we've been hoping for? In a word: Yes.

'UP' Review

Even within a pantheon of excellent films, Pixar's 'Up' stands out as the best one yet.

Review: United 93

Rating:5 out of 5

Short version: A gripping, realistic portrayal of the events of 9/11 centered on the passengers of United Airlines flight 93 that's hard to watch but should be seen.

Pivotal passengers in United 93Where to start with this one? A sense of anxiety would be a good place... as in the feeling I had come upon me from the very first frame of United 93, lasting all the way through to the very last frame of the film where the screen abruptly goes black.

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