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“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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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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The People vs. George Lucas – Film Review

It’s fanboys vs. the billionaire in The People vs. George Lucas, directed by Alexandre O. Phillippe. What starts out as reverent opus to the creator of Star Wars by fans, quickly turns ugly and stays that way. The film, which … Continue reading

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