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The Captive: Voyeuristic Pursuits (Movie Review)

Atom Egoyan’s film, The Captive, is creepy, not unlike the 2013 Denis Villeneuve thriller Prisoners. The film’s backdrop is snowy Ontario, starring Ryan Reynolds and Mireille Enos as Matthew and Tina as they barely hold onto reality for eight years after the … Continue reading

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The Voices: Wrestling With Reality (Movie Review)

The Voices proves to be a Ryan Reynolds-vehicle of startling proportions. Sure, he has done funny (The Proposal), intense (Buried), animal voices (Turbo), and violent (Smokin’ Aces), but here, he’s able to do all of the above. Reynolds’ Jerry Hickfang is a schizophrenic factory … Continue reading

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A Million Ways To Die In The West: UndaunTED McFarlane Goes West

Seth McFarlane is a highly intelligent, clever, and often hilarious comedian, creator, and artist. Sure, he’s also crude, profane, and, at times, socially unacceptable, but if you’ve seen Ted (about Mark Wahlberg’s talking teddy bear friend) or the cartoon Family Guy, you’re aware. … Continue reading

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Turbo: What’s Your Calling (Movie Review)

Dreamworks has been regularly releasing some excellent animated films lately (Kung Fu Panda, Madagascar, Rio, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, How To Train Your Dragon), providing some competition for the Walt Disney stronghold. Turbo is the latest from the Paramount studio, with the tale of … Continue reading

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