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  • Seeking Justice

    Review: Seeking Justice

    Seeking Justice is a movie that, quite frankly, you will never see. That being said, it’s actually not a horrible…

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  • Carnage

    Review: Carnage

    Carnage Goes For The Jugular … And The Funny Bone Adapting theater to cinema is never an easy task. With…

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  • The Artist

    Review: The Artist

    I’m going to be honest with you. When I first saw the trailer for The Artist, I didn’t think it…

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  • Another Happy Day

    Review: Another Happy Day

    Every so often, a movie comes along that completely crushes you. It’s the type of movie that hits every mark…

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  • The Artist

    Now Playing: The Artist

    If you told me last year that I’d be proclaiming a silent B/W film the best picture of 2011, I’d…

    by MICHAEL KNUDSEN
  • Michelle Williams as Marilyn Monroe

    Marilyn Stripped Bare: ‘My Week With Marilyn
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    It’s no wonder that Marilyn Monroe is one of the most famous women of all time. She wasn’t just the…

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  • My Week With Marilyn

    Michelle Williams as Marilyn Monroe: Brilliant!

    If you’re a fan of brilliant performances then you simply cannot miss Michelle Williams turn as legendary bombshell Marilyn Monroe…

    by MICHAEL KNUDSEN
  • J. Edgar

    Now Playing: J. Edgar

    So to be totally honest, I really had no desire to see Clint Eastwood‘s new film J. Edgar, yet I…

    by MICHAEL KNUDSEN
  • Trespass

    Yay or Nay: Trespass

    When you look at the poster for Trespass, a few things stand out. First, you see the type font –…

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  • Tucker and Dale vs. Evil

    Review: Tucker & Dale vs. Evil

    In Tucker & Dale Vs. Evil, best friends Tucker and Dale and a group of college co-eds get into a…

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  • Melancholia

    Thoughts on ‘Melancholia’

    Last week I saw a screening of Danish director / screenwriter Lars von Trier‘s new film Melancholia (which debuted at…

    by MICHAEL KNUDSEN
  • Our Idiot Brother

    Should you go see ‘Our Idiot Brother’?

    In Our Idiot Brother, Paul Rudd plays Ned, who is just that: an idiot. After going to jail for dealing…

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