Movie Mayhem


Gravity Review

It has been four years since James Cameron released his ground breaking epic film“Avatar to great acclaim and success at the box office.

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Prisoners

Have you ever gone to the movies and noticed that you are the only one in the theater under the age of 50?

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You're Next Review

“You’re Next” from director Adam Wingard (V/H/S, A Horrible Way to Die), is an average home-invasion/murder-a-nice-family horror flick on the surface.

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Riddick Review

David Twohy’s “Riddick” is an attempt at reviving the Riddick franchise that received some modest acclaim from the film “Pitch Black” and the video game “The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay”. The film does a good job of bringing the brooding antihero back into the spotlight, but not in any way that will pull in new fans to the Riddick universe.

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Cornetto Trilogy Review

Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, and Edgar Wright have made going to the movies fun again. Shaun of the Dead, the first of the Cornetto trilogy, succeeded in successfully handling a horror/comedy zombie flick while simultaneously paying homage to an array of horror classics.

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Summer Movies

Best movie of the Summer: The best movie you could have treated yourself to this summer was J.J. Abrams’ “Star Trek: Into Darkness.” This sequel to 2010’s blockbuster delivers in every way.

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Host Review

Stephenie Meyer really needs to find a new wheel house. Is it really “Twilight” all over again? Not quite, thankfully. “The Host,” directed by Andrew Niccol, is the newest film based off a book by best-selling author Stephenie Meyer.

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Great actors, great imagery not enough to save 'The Croods'

In today’s cinema, animated feature films are a staple in a movie goer’s choice of what to see. There have been so many fantastic animated films throughout the years, but there is one thing that all of those films have in common: They all provide subtitle humor and not just physical humor to keep little ones occupied for an hour and a half. “The Croods,” DreamWorks’ newest animated feature film, directed by Kirk De Micco and Chris Sanders, is the story of a family of cavemen who are trying to survive in a world of dangerous creatures and terrifying landscapes.

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