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Foxcatcher: Steve Carell Disturbs In Olympic Murder Story (Review/Trailer)

Foxcatcher: Steve Carell Disturbs In Olympic Murder Story (Review/Trailer)

Boasting a tagline of “Based on a shocking true story” Foxcatcher features comic actor Steve Carell who disturbs as the millionaire benefactor of two Olympic gold medalist brothers who turns his patronage into a murder story. Audiences do not need to be aware of the background of the senseless and shocking death of Dave Schultz […]

Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb Child Friendly (Review/Trailer)

Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb Child Friendly (Review/Trailer)

Perhaps the saddest thing about Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, with its child friendly atmosphere and plot, is seeing the late Robin Williams reprise his role as President Teddy Roosevelt. This last trip to the world of a magical tablet that brings exhibits to life at night feels tired and forced. Even […]

‘Annie’ Jamie Foxx and Cameron Diaz Odd Choices in Remake (Review/Trailer)

‘Annie’ Jamie Foxx and Cameron Diaz Odd Choices in Remake (Review/Trailer)

The original Annie came out in 1982 and starred Albert Finney as Daddy Warbucks and comic legend Carol Burnett as Mrs. Hannigan, this remake has made a couple of odd choices in their replacements where Jamie Foxx is in the Warbucks role, as Will Stacks and Cameron Diaz is in the Burnett role. Granted, Finney […]

‘Wild’ Reese Witherspoon Get Ready to Fall in Love (Review/Trailer) [Update]

‘Wild’ Reese Witherspoon Get Ready to Fall in Love (Review/Trailer) [Update]

Unfortunately, here in Las Vegas, this film did not open on December 5, which was when this review was penned and published. Although the date was correctly quoted at the end of this article, it could have lead to some confusion, ergo it was decided to provide a bit of an update to the original. […]

The Babadook: Australian Horror at Its Scariest (Review and Trailer)

The Babadook: Australian Horror at Its Scariest (Review and Trailer)

Australian horror is in a niche all its own and the 2014 film The Babadook presents its scariest points in a combination of stress, terror and over imagination, maybe. Written and directed by Jennifer Kent, The Babadook is her first feature length project. It tells the tale of single mother and her son dealing with […]

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