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The Next Three Days
An Americanized remake of Pour Elle, The Next Three Days chronicles one man's increasingly desperate attempts to liberate his wife from prison for a crime she says she didn't commit. John Brennan (Russell Crowe) is not some ex-Navy seal or badass cop; he's an English lit professor at a community college in Pittsburgh, hardly anyone's idea of a tough guy or jailbreak expert.
His wife Lara (Elizabeth Banks) has been convicted and incarcerated for the brutal murder of her boss. But with her legal options at an end, it now appears that she will spend the rest of her life in prison. John, who has been raising their young son alone, has other plans. He's hellbent on busting her out of jail. Problem is that he hasn't the foggiest idea of how to do it.
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Apartment stager Anna Brady (Amy Adams) is so frustrated that her longtime cardiologist boyfriend Jeremy (Adam Scott) still hasn't popped the question that she falls for an old Irish legend that claims if a woman proposes to a man during a leap year (on February 29th) then he must accept. Anna secretly follows Jeremy to Ireland where he's attending a conference, but subsequently learns that the luck of the Irish is not all good.
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When a movie tries to be intentionally campy, it follows a difficult road. Most films that attempt this fail because the artifice of the situation drains the humor from it. Genuine camp is the child of earnestness and ineptitude, and is only found in features that the director intends to be taken seriously. That's not to say it can't be manufactured as a means of parody, but such an act requires a deftness of touch that, at least in this case, escapes director Jared Hess. After a promising beginning, Nacho Libre goes off the rails with its over-the-top satire and intentional campiness failing to generate many laughs. The film starts out funny, but it doesn't take long for it to become tedious.
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Poker is one of those games that, unless you're a die-hard, is a lot more fun to play than to watch. Nevertheless, because on-line poker sites have become so popular in recent years, there has been a upsurge in TV poker shows. The unfortunate byproduct of this "poker revolution" is that Hollywood has decided to get into the mix and, in true big studio fashion, filmmakers have nailed down the formula (which is loosely based on the long-standing one for the sports movie) and don't deviate from the template. Deal is the kind of mess that results from this slavish lack of creativity. The film has more of a checklist of clichés than an actual script and, when it comes to the cast, director Gil Cates Jr. is scraping the bottom of the barrel. There's no compelling reason to see Deal. Everything it offers is familiar to the extent where even though it's not a remake, it feels like one.
It's a genuine pleasure to come across a motion picture like The Last Samurai - a rousing tale that combines high adventure with emotional effectiveness. This movie works because it never loses sight of the characters no matter how epic the scope becomes. With its grand, sweeping battle sequences, lush cinematography, and gripping storyline, The Last Samurai already has a spot reserved on my end-of-the-year Top 10 list. In one category or another, it is also likely to catch the Academy's interest this winter.
Director Edward Zwick may be one of the most underrated filmmakers currently working within the Hollywood system. Over the course of a roughly two-decade career, he has helmed a masterpiece (Glory) and two near-masterpieces (Courage Under Fire and this one), as well as several lesser but still compelling movies. Zwick has also been a big name in television, sharing responsibility with his producing partner, Marshall Herskovitz, for the critically-acclaimed series "thirtysomething" and "Once and Again." That kind of resume alone makes one optimistic about any project with which Zwick has involvement.
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Pay It Forward
Pay It Forward couldn't have more obvious aspirations if the filmmakers announced them. Featuring a top-notch cast; an adept script that meshes tragedy, light comedy, romance, and melodrama; and the kind of overall optimism that is a perfect tonic for the ever-burgeoning national cynicism, Pay It Forward strikes many of the same chords played by Oscar contenders from It's a Wonderful Life to Forrest Gump. Call it the anti-American Beauty. Movies made with the full intention of shining during the autumn Academy Awards selection season often come across as graceless, lumbering creatures - disjointed messes that fall victim to their own pomposity and presumptuousness. Not so with Pay It Forward, which successfully avoids most of the obvious traps, resulting a final product that is both affecting and effective.
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Towards the end of Double Jeopardy, one individual threatens another, "I'm gonna have you arrested for stupidity." I wish someone had made a similar pronouncement to director Bruce Beresford and writers David Weisberg & Douglas Cook. In most cases, I'm willing to give a film a fair amount of latitude (especially a mystery/thriller, which, by its nature, is likely to have a convoluted plot) provided that three criteria are met. First, the characters must be interesting. Secondly, the story must maintain a minimum level of credibility. Finally, and most importantly, the screenplay must not insult my intelligence. Double Jeopardy manages to fail in two of these three areas. The only point it meets is the "interesting character" one, and that's in large part because Ashley Judd is a good enough actress to be able to bring something to an on-screen personality that isn't in the script.
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Following several release delays, Mulholland Falls has finally reached theaters. Usually, when a distributor keeps putting off a film's opening, it's a sign that there's something wrong with the production, and, about halfway through Mulholland Falls' one-hundred seven minute running length, we figure out what that "something" is: the plot, to put it charitably, is shaky. This is a great looking film with a fine cast, but, when all is said and done, the storyline doesn't cut it. It's convoluted, contrived, and, worst of all, has a disappointing payoff.
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The Crying Game, the creation of Irish director/writer Neil Jordan, loosely fits into the category of a "thriller", although to saddle it with such a label is perhaps to do it a great injustice, since this immediately causes images of the Die Hard series to spring to mind, and it would be hard to imagine two movies more dissimilar than Die Hard and The Crying Game.
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Great White Hype
Not since Robert Altman's The Player has a film been this relentless in its satirical attack. The Great White Hype takes the boxing industry and rips it open, displaying the rotting, putrid innards for all to see. There are times when this movie is so vicious that it ceases to be funny. While The Great White Hype has its share of comical, occasionally-hilarious moments, don't expect a non-stop laughfest on par with This Is Spinal Tap.
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In the Line of Fire
In 1963, Frank Horrigan was among the "best and brightest" of the Secret Service, the personal choice of President Kennedy. On November 22 in Dallas, an afternoon that Horrigan will never forget, he became one of the few living agents to lose a president. Now, decades later and only months before a presidential election (perhaps 1992 or 1996 - we're never told exactly), Mitch Leary (John Malkovich) is stalking the President. Believing there to be an intangible bond between himself and Horrigan (he says they were both betrayed by a government they had once loved), Leary makes contact with the Secret Service agent to discuss his intentions. Following his conversation with the potential killer, Horrigan acts quickly to get himself posted to protection duty. This time, he has no intention of failing and believes that, given the opportunity, he will take the bullet. But Leary has everything on his side -- time, opportunity, and a group of pig-headed behind-the-scenes men at the White House who refuse to alter the President's itinerary no matter how grave the apparent danger is. And, as the election draws closer, Horrigan's chances of averting a second tragedy seem progressively less likely.
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George and the Dragon
Gallant knight, Sir George (James Purefoy) returns from the Crusades, eager to settle down on a small plot of land and rear cattle. In exchange for this meagre reward, George promises King Edgar (Simon Callow) he will rescue Princess Luna (Piper Perabo) from the clutches of the world’s last, fire-breathing dragon.
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The Last House on the Left
A pair of teenage girls are brutally raped and terrorized by a vicious gang of psychopaths, who subsequently find their cruelty returned tenfold when they seek sanctuary in the home of one of the victim's parents in this contemporary reworking of Wes Craven's controversial 1972 shocker. Shortly after arriving at her family's secluded lake house, Mari Collingwood (Sara Paxton) and her best friend are abducted by a sadistic prison escapee and his violent crew. Left for dead and nearly in shock after suffering unspeakable abuse at the hands of her captors, Mari realizes that her only hope for survival is to find her way back home.
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My Daughter's Secret
When the bad-news boyfriend (Steve Byers) of 17-year-old Justine (Nina Dobrev) robs the store where her mother, Denise (Jennifer Grant), works, Justine is torn between telling the truth and sending her boyfriend to prison, or keeping the secret from her mother, which soon starts to tear her apart. (christine-conradt) Single mother Denise (Jennifer Grant) struggles with her 17-year-old daughter Justines (Nina Dobrev) behavior. After a robbery of the jewelry store where Denise works, she notices that Justines behavior has taken a turn for the worse. But what Denise doesnt know is that her daughter is harboring a dark secret -- one that will put both mother and daughter in grave danger. (SalvsNena)
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Flirting with Forty
Jackie Laurens (Heather Locklear) is a recently divorced, 40-year-old and mother of two pre-teen kids who takes a vacation alone to Hawaii where, against her better judgment, she meets and hooks up with a hunky, much younger resident surf instructor named Kyle Hamilton (Robert Buckley). But what began as a one-night stand turns into love as when her vacation is done, she flies to Hawaii every chance she gets to meet with her latest love interest, which soon gets disapproval from her ex-husband, her teenage kids, and even her close friends. As time and the pressure from everyone around her to break it off with Kyle pushes Jackie to her breaking point, it will only take her beau Kyle to teach her how to cope before life passes her by.
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The Blue Man aka Eternal Evil
A dissatisfied Montreal director of TV commercials is taught to astrally project himself by a mysterious woman. But soon he finds that he does it against his will when he sleeps, and while he does it, he commits savage acts against those in his life.
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