Parents Are the Problem in Enough Said

By Christian Hamaker on September 27, 2013

An enjoyable, if sometimes frustrating, viewing experience.

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The World’s End: We can finally laugh at ground zero of the apocalypse.

By Andrew Collins on August 23, 2013

Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are back for a journey through small-town England to the bitter end…or amber.

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2 Guns and Lots of Swag

By Andrew Collins on August 9, 2013

Mark and Denzel take on the world with a pair of pistols. . . and a hearty dose of swagger.

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Blanchett Wondrous in Woody’s Humdrum Blue Jasmine

By Christian Hamaker on August 2, 2013

The movie leaves us thinking about the broken-down, “babbling” Jasmine—and not much else. For some that will be enough, but others will long for a film full of fleshed out characters rather than a showcase highlighting one performance.

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Ruby Sparks and True Freedom

By Kendrick Kuo on July 29, 2013

Can we be free?

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The Lone Ranger: Pirates of the Old West

By Andrew Collins on July 3, 2013

Jack Sparrow on a horse. Trains go boom. Is vigilantism justified?

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Despicable Me 2: The Sanctifying Power of Adoption

By Guest Contributor on July 3, 2013

Steve Carell will make you want to be a parent.

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You’re Not Good Enough, You’re Not Smart Enough, and Some People Don’t Like You: The Refreshing Realism of Monsters University

By Alexis Neal on June 21, 2013

Dreams die. Get over it.

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The Kings of Summer, Masters of Themselves

By Kendrick Kuo on June 7, 2013

Review of The Kings of Summer, Directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts Whatever happened to those coming-of-age films that mixed a naive innocence with humor and a touching story? Nostalgia? The Kings of Summer offers an antidote. Three adolescent teenagers decide to…

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The General: A Train Full of Laughs

By Paul Miller on May 1, 2013

Review of The General, Directed by Buster Keaton In our effort to blog our way through the American Film Institute’s Top 100 Films, I picked out one of the few movies on the list I had not only not seen,…

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