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  • ‘Kung Fu Panda 2’ Review

    ‘Kung Fu Panda 2’ Review

    While not as epic and awesome as its predecessor, ‘Kung Fu Panda 2’ is still a pretty good sequel from DreamWorks Animation. Find out what works, what doesn’t, and if it’s worth the 3D ticket price.

    (25) by Kofi Outlaw
  • ‘Thor’ Review

    ‘Thor’ Review

    While not perfect, ‘Thor’ is most definitely a worthy addition to the pantheon of superhero movies.

    (234) by Vic Holtreman
  • ‘Scream 4’ Review

    ‘Scream 4’ Review

    Is ‘Scream 4’ a worthy return for Ghostface and director Wes Craven? Or will the fourth installment in the meta-horror franchise make you want to scream for your money back?

    (28) by Ben Kendrick
  • ‘Your Highness’ Review

    ‘Your Highness’ Review

    If for you a combination of a medieval setting, plenty of sex jokes, dirty language & topless women makes for a funny movie, then ‘Your Highness’ is for you (that’s not necessarily a criticism).

    (39) by Vic Holtreman
  • ‘Source Code’ Review

    ‘Source Code’ Review

    Is ‘Source Code,’ the sophomore feature-film from ‘Moon’ director Duncan Jones a worthy follow-up – or ninety-three minutes you’d never want to relive? Read our review to find out.

    (36) by Ben Kendrick
  • ‘Limitless’ Review

    ‘Limitless’ Review

    ‘Limitless’ has an intriguing concept – and while it’s not explored as deeply as it could have been, the film still delivers a satisfying ride.

    (38) by Vic Holtreman
  • ‘Battle: Los Angeles’ Review

    ‘Battle: Los Angeles’ Review

    It has shortcomings, but ‘Battle: Los Angeles’ tries hard at being a serious alien invasion movie. Intense battle scenes & an old fashioned portrayal of the military might win audiences over.

    (322) by Vic Holtreman
  • ‘Drive Angry 3D’ Review

    ‘Drive Angry 3D’ Review

    ‘Drive Angry 3D’ is for a very narrow movie-going niche audience. An audience that has nostalgia for hard-R ’70s exploitation flicks – or those too young to have seen those and yearn for a balls to the wall, take no prisoners B-movie.

    (68) by Vic Holtreman
  • ‘Unknown’ Review

    ‘Unknown’ Review

    Liam Neeson returns to the international thriller genre with a fractured memory for director Jaume Collet-Serra – but is ‘Unknown’ a film worth remembering?

    (43) by Ben Kendrick
  • ‘The Mechanic’ Review

    ‘The Mechanic’ Review

    ‘The Mechanic’ is your basic action movie – earning its R-rating via sex, nudity and violence. Everything you could ask for, other than an engaging story or characters that will keep you interested throughout the entire film.

    (60) by Vic Holtreman
  • ‘TRON: Legacy’ Review

    ‘TRON: Legacy’ Review

    ‘TRON: Legacy’ is all about the eye candy, and not much else. For the full effect try to get to an IMAX screening of the film, or at the very least, see it in 3D.

    (172) by Vic Holtreman
  • ‘The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader’ Review

    ‘The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader’ Review

    ‘Voyage of the Dawn Treader’ is on par with the two previous Narnia films. If you’re a fan of the books, you’ll probably enjoy it.

    (32) by Vic Holtreman
  • Black Swan Review

    Black Swan Review

    Darren Aronofsky’s ‘Black Swan’ is a technical masterpiece featuring some great performances – unfortunately a cliched story and uneven patchwork of styles keep it from being great.

    (201) by Kofi Outlaw
  • ‘Faster’ Review

    ‘Faster’ Review

    Dwayne Johnson finally back as a badass, a classic, hot rod Chevy SS with a Hurst 5-speed, a big honking revolver – all brought together in a revenge flick… What’s not to like?

    (38) by Vic Holtreman
  • ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1’ Review

    ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1’ Review

    For Harry Potter fans, ‘Deathly: Hallows: Part 1’ will be an enjoyable beginning of the end, but casual movie goers may walk away unfulfilled by the experience of only seeing half a story.

    (145) by Kofi Outlaw
  • Megamind Review

    Megamind Review

    With some cool superhero action, ‘Megamind’ is mildly amusing for the most part, but it feels like it could have been much better.

    (20) by Vic Holtreman
  • Due Date Review

    Due Date Review

    Director Todd Phillips’ ‘Due Date’ is an outrageous comedy that capitalizes on the oddball pairing of Robert Downey Jr. and Zach Galifianakis. But is it too much of a good thing?

    (9) by Ben Kendrick
  • ‘Jackass 3D’ Review

    ‘Jackass 3D’ Review

    Fans of the ‘Jackass’ TV series and past movies can expect to receive their full money’s worth with this latest, 3D, addition to the franchise.

    (59) by Roth Cornet
  • ‘Tamara Drewe’ Review

    ‘Tamara Drewe’ Review

    Stephen Frears’ ‘Tamara Drewe’ stars Gemma Arterton and a wonderful supporting cast in an ensemble film that straddles the line between tragedy and comedy.

    (8) by Mike Eisenberg
  • ‘Legend of the Guardians’ Review

    ‘Legend of the Guardians’ Review

    While ‘Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole’ has a story that manages to be both overly familiar and convoluted, it is visually stunning – gorgeous in color and texture, and effective in its use of 3D.

    (57) by Vic Holtreman
  • ‘Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps’ Review

    ‘Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps’ Review

    The infamous Gordon Gekko returns to the big screen after 23 years – but are Michael Douglas and Shia LeBeouf enough to make a new ‘Wall Street’ movie worth the wait?

    (28) by Vic Holtreman
  • ‘The American’ Review

    ‘The American’ Review

    ‘The American’ is an assassin film that is much more art than action. You should set your expectations accordingly.

    (40) by Kofi Outlaw
  • The Last Exorcism Review

    The Last Exorcism Review

    For the most part, ‘The Last Exorcism’ is an unconventional and fairly satisfying horror film.

    (54) by Vic Holtreman
  • Centurion Review

    Centurion Review

    If you aren’t asking for anything more than a tightly-paced sword and sandal action film with plenty of grit and violence, then ‘Centurion’ is for you.

    (68) by Niall Browne
  • Scott Pilgrim vs the World Review

    Scott Pilgrim vs the World Review

    If you’re under 30 you’ll probably like ‘Scott Pilgrim vs the World’ – if you’re over 40 you might think ‘like, whatever.’

    (80) by Vic Holtreman