Oct 282012
 

Robot and Frank

Frank Langella plays a retired jewel thief in the near future who is given the gift of a robot to help him around the house and keep him in line. However, instead of being a mere appliance it becomes a friend and partner to Frank, and proves to be as good a cook and cleaner as it is a thief. Is Robot & Frank a sweet and endearing tale of friendship or just another American indie with road trips and a guitar strumming filled soundtrack? Find out after the jump.

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Oct 262012
 

bachelorette

When the first of a close-knit group of high school friends is set to get married, the others from the group fly in to be part of the wedding party. However, these girls aren’t exactly the sweetest loving of friends and they bring their own agendas, issues and hang-ups from the past, to what turns out to be a far from smooth lead-up to the big day. Review of Bachelorette after the jump.

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Oct 242012
 

the master phoenix

Paul Thomas Anderson is quite possibly the greatest living director working today. After five [long] years since his last film (which many believe to be his best) There Will Be Blood, Anderson returns with The Master starring Joaquin Phoenix and Phillip Seymour Hoffman. The anticipation and high expectations surrounding this film have been greater than that for most blockbusters. Many people (myself included) have been excited for this film since the moment the premise was announced. With that said, is The Master a great and monumental entry into the world of cinema, or is it just another film you’ll forget the minute the credits roll? Find out after the jump.

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Oct 232012
 

Dredd

Remember when Sylvester Stallone played Judge Dredd, the incredibly popular comic book anti-hero who along with judge was also jury and executioner? Well me neither! This time round, Karl Urban has taken the roll of Judge Dredd; but does he kick enough ass to make for an awesome comic book action flick? Find out after the jump.

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Oct 192012
 

End-of-Watch

Police Officers Brian (Jake Gyllenhaal) and Mike (Michael Peña) are partners who patrol one of the most crime-ridden areas of LA. They are regularly faced with life-threatening situations, and often discharge their weapons. But when they stumble upon Mexican drug cartel business, the situation quickly escalates, and the streets become an extremely deadly and dangerous place. Review of police action-drama End of Watch after the jump.

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