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Danny Collins shows off Al Pacino at his best in years

I find it funny how the same sorts of themes repeat themselves in so many movies. There seems to be something about the industry that lends itself to examinations of ...
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Deli Man is a delicious and poignant look at a classic part of America

Ah, the smell of tradition! There are a lot cultures with traditional food that's hearty and not really that healthy. But there's also something to those people cobbling together great ...
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Home is wherever you can be the most comfortable in your own skin

Sometimes the universe has an uncanny sense of irony. I cannot think of a better match than the new DreamWorks Animation film Home for me to review this week. You ...
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Unbroken breaks out on Blu-ray

Unbroken is the true story of Louis Zamperini, Olympian and survivor of a plane crash during World War II. After surviving for 47 days adrift at sea he's then caught ...
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The Gunman is like Taken but without any fun or a charismatic lead

Let me clarify for a moment. Sean Penn is not without charisma. But his character in this movie? A different story. Anyway ... The movie Taken did something astounding; with no exaggeration, it created ...
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Kevin Hart fails to bring the funny to The Wedding Ringer

I was not particularly impressed Kevin Hart’s latest movie The Wedding Ringer. Don’t get me wrong, there were funny moments but in between I was kind of bored. The premise ...
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Power Rangers returns with new thrills, excitement and more ethnic diversity!

If there was ever a venerable children’s franchise that refused to die, Power Rangers may just be the one. What started in 1993 has now spawned a two decade long ...
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The Walking Dead: Is there too much going on?

  How much is too much? Based on common sense and experience, it's not unreasonable to believe we have a pretty good grasp of what "too much" means. Between you, me and ...
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Dan Fogelman talks movies, art, audience expectations and ‘Danny Collins’

I recently had a chance to speak to Dan Fogelman, the writer and director of the new film Danny Collins, which stars Al Pacino, Bobby Cannavale, Christopher Plummer, Annette Bening, and Jennifer Garner. We spoke ...
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Head on up Schitt’s Creek, no paddle required

What's an upstart network -- or a rebranded version of an old network -- to do to attract new viewers to the channel? With hundreds of options out there, what's ...
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The Flintstones meet the WWE in a Stone Age Smackdown

Not too long ago, Warner Brothers Animation teamed up the classic Scooby-Doo characters with animated versions of WWE stars in Scooby-Doo! WrestleMania Mystery. The pairing must have been successful as ...
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Cinderella weaves its magic and brings a fairy tale to life

Unless you've lived under a rock or have lived a very sheltered life, you probably know that Walt Disney became the king of animated films when he first released Snow ...
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