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'Juno' Movie Review - Ellen Page, Michael Cera Jason Reitman

Ellen Page, Michael Cera, Juno Directed by Jason Reitman and written by 2008 Academy Award-winner Diablo Cody, Juno is what most teen movies are not: non-commercial, with an “agenda” between the pages of its screenplay. In other words, Juno isn't an excuse for promoting a soundtrack, and because of its […]


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'Juno' Movie Review - Ellen Page, Michael Cera Jason Reitman



JCVD - Jean-Claude Van Damme

JCVD (2008) Dir.: Mabrouk El Mechri Scr.: Mabrouk El Mechri and Frédéric Benudis; from an idea by Frédéric Taddeï and Vincent Ravalec Cast: Jean-Claude Van Damme, François Damiens, Liliane Becker   Jean-Claude Van Damme in JCVD   Mabrouk El Mechri's JCVD is one of the best films Jean-Claude Van Damme […]


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JCVD - Jean-Claude Van Damme



'Taken' Movie Review: Liam Neeson Bloody Justice

Taken, directed by Pierre Morel and written by Luc Besson and Robert Mark Kamen, is a remarkably effective action thriller. Liam Neeson stars as Bryan Mills, an ex-CIA agent who quit his job so as to salvage his relationship with his daughter, Kim (Maggie Grace). Bryan had already sacrificed his […]


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'Taken' Movie Review: Liam Neeson Bloody Justice



'Purple Violets': Edward Burns Movie

Purple Violets (2007) Dir. / Scr.: Edward Burns. Cast: Selma Blair, Patrick Wilson, Edward Burns, Debra Messing, Dennis Farina, Donal Logue.   Writer-director Edward Burns' perfectly watchable Purple Violets is a romantic drama about relationships and, to a lesser extent, the world of fiction writing. The film's focal point is […]


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'Purple Violets': Edward Burns Movie



'Let the Right One In' Movie: Effective Horror Movie & Character Study

'Let the Right One In.' Directed by Tomas Alfredson from a screenplay by John Ajvide Lindqvist, Låt den rätte komma in / Let the Right One In is not only a satisfying horror film from beginning to end – one of the best entries in the vampire genre since Blade, […]


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'Let the Right One In' Movie: Effective Horror Movie & Character Study



'Young People Fucking' Review

Young People Fucking (2008) Dir.: Martin Gero. Scr.: Martin Gero and Aaron Abrams. Cast: Aaron Abrams, Diora Baird, Sonja Bennett, Callum Blue, Kristin Booth, Josh Cooke, Josh Dean, Ennis Esmer, Natalie Lisinska, Peter Oldring, Carly Pope     Directed by Martin Gero and written by Gero and Aaron Abrams, Young […]


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'Young People Fucking' Review



'Batman: Gotham Knight' Review

Batman: Gotham Knight is a direct-to-DVD animated film in six segments, each directed by a different East Asian filmmaker. The animation quality, both in terms of character and environment detail, exceeds that of the animation found in all the Batman: The Animated Series, Batman: Mask of the Phantasm, and all […]


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'Batman: Gotham Knight' Review



TEETH Mitchell Lichtenstein

Teeth (2007) Dir. / Scr.: Mitchell Lichtenstein. Cast: Jess Weixler, John Hensley, John Pais, Hale Appleman, Lenny von Dohlen, Vivienne Benesch, Ashley Springer     Writer-director Mitchell Lichtenstein's Teeth is a horror movie with comedic elements that deals with mutation, virginity, and the the myth of vagina dentata. Dawn O'Keefe […]


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TEETH Mitchell Lichtenstein



'Water Lilies' Movie Review: Céline Sciamma Coming-of-Age Drama

Writer-director Céline Sciamma's Naissance des pieuvres / Water Lilies is a film about teens beginning to discover who they are. It is also a film that actually stars teens – as opposed to mid-twenty-year-olds playing teens – without exploiting that fact in any way. Set in a high-school pool, from […]


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'Water Lilies' Movie Review: Céline Sciamma Coming-of-Age Drama