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American Sniper a grim film about country and family

Credited as being the most lethal sniper the United States has ever seen, former Navy Seal Chris Kyle was said to have e...

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Selma is a powerful and important film

Movie theaters every year get hit with noteworthy films around this time of year, known to the film industry as “Oscar...

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The Hobbit: Battle of Five Armies does not impress

In “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies,” director Peter Jackson’s epic vision of J.R.R. Tolkien’s Middle ...

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Review: Boyhood

Richard Linklater is without a doubt one of the most interesting directors currently working in the industry. One look a...

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Review: Birdman

There is a lot to admire about the work put into “Birdman.” The cast members all deliver stellar performances, the m...

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Review: Big Hero 6

To be honest, I felt a little out of place as I entered the cinema to catch an early Saturday matinee showing of Disney...

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Review: Interstellar

Christopher Nolan is one of the most ambitious minds in the filmmaking business, and perhaps one of the only directors t...

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Review: Fury

Many viewers might be tempted to compare “Fury” to other films in the war genre, but to do so would do the film a di...

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Review: The Judge

Thanks to the massive success of the Iron Man and Sherlock Holmes franchises, Robert Downey Jr. has proven to be one of ...

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Review: The Boxtrolls

“Heroes come in all shapes and sizes … even in rectangles.” This is the tagline for “The Boxtrolls,” and, ...