Category Archives: Mainstream Film

“50/50” and “Restless”

Two current films that deal with life threatening illness approach the topic with unique and successful results. Both “50/50,” based on the true story of a man who faces split odds in a cancer fight, and “Restless” which tells the … Continue reading

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30 Minutes or Less – Film review

 The summer of the “R” rated comedy continues this week with the release of 30 Minutes or Less, a film from director Ruben Fleischer (Zombieland). Stocked with quality comedy faces including Danny McBride, Nick Swardson and Parks and Recreation’s Aziz … Continue reading

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The Change Up – Film Review

It would be easy to write off the new film “The Change Up,” as a “Freaky Friday” for adults, or an R-rated take on the classic body switch comedy, but in fact it is a strand in the rise of … Continue reading

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Crazy, Stupid, Love – Film Review

The Office’s Steve Carell continues his quest to find life after his iconic Michael Scott character’s departure, in the film Crazy, Stupid Love. Portraying a man whose life is turned upside down when his wife (Julianne Moore), asks for a … Continue reading

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2

Talk about a challenge. Delivering a film, the eighth in a series, to a rabid fan-base of a beloved series of books, during a summer filled with alien robots, superheroes and other distractions. Director David Yates does just that in … Continue reading

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