Month: September 2012

Pitch Perfect (2012)

Pitch Perfect is a musical beginning with a performance of Rihanna’s “Don’t Stop the Music.” I figured that would somehow be able to be cleverly worked into a way to dismiss the film. “Yeah, you...

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Trouble with the Curve

When it comes to sports movies, it seems Hollywood prefers baseball and boxing over the others.  Boxing, because it is brutal one-on-one combat that is the essence of moviemaking.  But baseball is a bit more of a mystery. ...

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The Possession-Review

Newly divorced Stephanie (Kyra Sedgwick) and Clyde (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) are trying to start their separate lives over while raising their two children. When Clyde gets the girls for the weekend, they stop at a garage sale for...

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Swordfish (2001)

The first scene in Swordfish contains a monologue given by John Travolta in which Hollywood is criticized for making lackluster and unbelievable movies. We apparently can’t believe in the movies because they have to end...

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Red Eye (2005)

In the very first scene, one where nothing important happens, we already know we’re watching a thriller. If you never saw the trailer or poster for Red Eye, this scene would help you. The score is what tips us off;...

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