Review: The King’s Speech

The King’s Speech is a fantastic retelling of King George VI over coming his speech impediment and his rise to the throne that is funny, sharp, and interesting every step of the way. Prince Albert was always a well respected leader and Duke in England and among the family but the rise of the wireless […]

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Review: The King's Speech

The King’s Speech is a fantastic retelling of King George VI over coming his speech impediment and his rise to the throne that is funny, sharp, and interesting every step of the way. Prince Albert was always a well respected leader and Duke in England and among the family but the rise of the wireless […]

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Review: True Grit

The latest from the Coen Bros., True Grit, is their least odd and most straightforward film to date but there is still plenty of weirdness, laughs, and amazing performances that we expect from these guys in this great film. The film is not a remake of the 1969 John Wayne film of the same name […]

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Review: Little Fockers

Little Fockers greatly improves over the abysmal second act of this trilogy, but while I was consistently chuckling along the way, the film lacks any innovation with little we haven’t seen before in the genre; or series. Greg and Pam Focker have had a set of twins and they are close to celebrating their latest […]

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Review: TRON: Legacy

TRON: Legacy returns the 80’s property to the screen with incredible visuals, a magnificent score, fantastic 3-D, inventive action, and an attempt at sci-fi world building that is ambitious and interesting but falls a bit short of being entirely clear or fascinating. Picking up 20 or so years after the original film, Flynn had gone […]

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