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The Exp3ndables 2
The Exp3ndables 2
The Exp3ndables 2

We feel the same way about The Expendables 2 as we did about the first The Expendables film. It’s an okay way to spend 102 minutes but, if there was just a little less bloodshed and a bit more character development, we’d like i...

 
 
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ParaNorman
ParaNorman
ParaNorman

We had super high hopes for this 3-D stop motion animated flick. The trailer for ParaNorman made good use of the Donovan tune “Season of the Witch,” a groovy number that fits with the film’s storyline. That song should have bee...

 
 
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In the opening scene of Red Hook Summer, Spike Lee’s latest “joint,” 13-year-old Flik Royale (Jules Brown) travels from Atlanta to Red Hook, Brooklyn to live with his preacher grandfather, Da Good Bishop Enoch Rouse (Clarke Pet...

 
 
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The Bourne Legacy
The Bourne Legacy
The Bourne Legacy

Despite some good acting and some undeniably great action, The Bourne Legacy sputters slightly at its start and never really gets on track.

 
 
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Hope Springs
Hope Springs
Hope Springs

While "Hope Springs" features two veteran acts at their best, it has so many awkward moments, it’s hard to imagine anyone – no matter the age – wouldn’t be at least a little uncomfortable with some of the scenes.

 
 
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The Campaign
The Campaign
The Campaign

A good comedy doesn’t have to have a complex plot. The Campaign, the new comedy starring Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis, could have used some streamlining. While the two actors have good chemistry as political rivals, the s...

 
 
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Spider-Man not so amazing

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July 5, 2012
 



The plot takes so much time to get rolling, when Peter finally emerges as the crime-fighting superhero, it’s too little, too late.

 
 
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While the film has its deliberately funny moments, it isn’t nearly as much as fun as it could be, especially considering the number of cheesy tunes that it includes.

 
 
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Bernie was a pleasant surprise and one of the bright spots in the first half of the year--well worth seeking out.

 
 
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British director Rupert Sanders’ film is visually stunning as it uses computer-generated graphics to depict the wicked ways of an evil queen, but it’s got little else going for it.