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Life as We Know It
Move over, cupid; it’s time for the angel of death to play matchmaker in Life As We Know It, a rom-com from director Greg Berlanti and first-time screenwriters Ian Deitchman and Kristin Rusk Robinson which proves the old adage that there’s no better catalyst for love — and comic hijinks — than the sudden, tragic demise of loved ones.
Holly Berenson (Katherine Heigl) and Eric Messer (Josh Duhamel) could not be more different. He’s an aspiring television sports director and an unrepentant cad whose casual, seat-of-your pants approach to life is best symbolized in the ratty baseball hat that perpetually adorns his dome (always worn backwards — classic movie shorthand for “slob”). She’s a successful caterer with a five-year plan and a strict intolerance for disorder of any kind. He has a penis; she a vagina. We’re talking Israel and Palestine here, folks.
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Genteel folly has many faces — Miss Havisham and Blanche DuBois are two of them — yet until 30-some years ago, there wasn’t a handy shorthand for both faded grandeur and alarming decay. “Grey Gardens,” a legendary 1975 documentary about the Beales of East Hampton, N.Y., filled the gap between Norma Desmond and the Collyer brothers.
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The Book of Eli
A road warrior of a different sort, the title character played by Denzel Washington in “The Book of Eli” spends much of the story traveling by foot across an eerie landscape, a long and quick knife at the ready. The brown, dusty environs look familiar and not, dotted with abandoned cars and the occasional corpse. When Eli pauses, the camera settles near his feet, and the sky opens above him like a sheltering hand. With his green jacket and unsmiling mouth, he looks like a veteran of an unknown war, a soldier of misfortune — though, given the fog of religiosity that hangs over the movie, he might be an avenging angel.
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This isn't horror. This isn't suspense. Frozen is terror and writer/director Adam Green has taken what initially seems like a 15-minute premise and turned it into a solid 93-minute feature that is oftentimes hard to watch even though almost all of the disturbing content happens off screen.
Instead of blood-soaked visuals Green turns up the sound as if to say, "No, I won't show it to you, but you're going to have to listen." It's gut-wrenching, and as you watch the actors' concerned faces Green makes you listen for a couple beats longer than anticipated to the point you've almost gotten used to it. It's at this point you almost want the camera to pan toward the carnage. You want the feeling you felt to be paid off in some way, whether you get that pay-off or not is for you to find out as I suggest any fan of such genre fare seek this film out.
The talented actor Terry Kinney turns feature-film director to guide a regiment of equally appealing performers — Alan Alda, Matthew Broderick, Virginia Madsen, Lois Smith, Dylan Baker, Bobby Cannavale — through their respectable if pedestrian paces in the comedy-drama hybrid “Diminished Capacity.” Adapted by Sherwood Kiraly from his novel of the same title, the sleepy proceedings turn on two relatives — a Chicago newspaper editor, Cooper (Mr. Broderick), and his Missourian Uncle Rollie (Mr. Alda) — whose lives have been upended by their failing and flickering minds.
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After years in Hollywood obscurity, Kevin Spacey returns to the type of complex role that established him as one of the great actors of our time by portraying former super-lobbyist Jack Abramoff. As Spacey opens up giving himself a pep-talk in a mirror, we instantly recognize the great actor and the tone is set that this is going to be an intense ride. Even though the film couldn’t live up to what it set up for us in that great opening scene, it was still nice to see Spacey at the top of his game and give life to a character that could have faltered in the hands of a less talented actor.
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The Cooler, as icy a title as you're likely to find, is about the efforts of one man to find his luck (or, to be more precise, some form of luck other than that of the bad variety). Rarely has a more pathetic individual been captured and portrayed on the screen. Bernie Lootz (William H. Macy) is a loser's loser - the kind of guy who makes Wiley Coyote look fortunate. Bernie's luck is so bad that it confounds career losers. Worse, Bernie's luck is contagious. Put him next to someone who's on a roll, and he stops them cold. "People get next to me and their luck turns," he succinctly explains. That's the reason The Shangri-La Casino in Las Vegas wants to keep Bernie in their employ. He's their "cooler." Whenever anyone starts winning, all casino mogul Shelly Kaplow (Alec Baldwin) has to do is send in Bernie.
It is said there's nothing new under the sun, but watching Annapolis created a powerful sense of déjà vu the likes of which I rarely experience while watching a movie. Not only did I know everything that was going to happen from start to finish, but I recognized individual scenes and even lines of cheesy dialogue. This isn't as much a movie as it is a recipe for a cinematic casserole in which the ingredients are clichés and rip-offs. To give the filmmakers credit, however, they managed to find a way to wed An Officer and a Gentleman with Rocky - not what one would consider to be a "natural" match.
Arriving in theaters two weeks late but otherwise unscathed is Antoine Fuqua's Training Day, the story of an idealistic young cop who gets a hard lesson about life in the streets from a veteran. Shining with the star power of Denzel Washington (playing the most morally ambiguous role of a fruitful career) and Ethan Hawke, Training Day crackles with energy. It's two hours long, but seems a lot shorter. However, as good as most of the movie is, it could have been better had the ending evidenced more careful scripting and less of a reliance upon contrivances.
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Leaving Las Vegas
Around the time that Mike Figgis began production of Leaving Las Vegas, John O'Brien, the author of the book upon which the film is based, shot himself in the head. This story, according to O'Brien's father, is his son's suicide note. And what an epitaph it is...
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Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hills
Someone once said this about the United States' justice system: "If ten guilty men must go free to prevent one innocent man from falsely going to prison, so be it." This philosophy explains why, at least in theory, every accused criminal is presumed innocent until proven otherwise. At some point, however, our approach to justice in this country became warped. So, if the system is broken, is it possible to get a fair trial? This is a crucial question, and, if we accept the evidence presented in Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky's Paradise Lost, the sobering answer may be "no", at least in certain high-profile cases.
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Robin Hood is one of the first animated films produced by the Walt Disney Company after Walt Disney's death in 1967. For the film, the studio's animators took the Disney tradition of adding human-like animal sidekicks to established tales (Cinderella, Pinnochio) a step further by making Robin Hood's legendary characters creatures themselves. Robin Hood (Brian Bedford) is a wily fox; Maid Marian (Monica Evans) is a beautiful vixen
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Joe (Palminteri) is a small-time con-man and dice-hustler who works with a group of men with similar interests. They shave cards and dice, doing small time cons at card games and union picnics. He's in a long-term relationship with Janice (Lahti) and has a son with Down's syndrome, Joe Jr. (Guiry).
Joe finds out that his son must leave his residential care facility due to age. Joe Jr. has difficulty controlling his anger. He uses profanity and gets into fights. Thus, the residential facility is hesitant to recommend him to the group home for adults and Joe must take his son home, at least for a few weeks. Joe has been looking to make a bigger score, and he begins to hope that such a score could enable him to get his son into the group home. Sure that he could not care for his son, he
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Eva Tudor met in his 16 th birthday and loved it all my life. But their relationship influenced permanent mysterious disappearance of a young man. During one of these disappearances Eva married Baron Von Oswald Seele. But when Tudor back again, the feelings between him and Eve break out with renewed vigor. They hold together nezabyvamoe summer. Eva became pregnant, her marriage is destroyed. Tudor disappears again, but in Europe the war begins ...
Maata meren alla (Ground Under Water)
Ida is a woman who was adopted to Finland from Africa as a child. Ida is an unemployed seamstress approaching her thirties and still lives at home with her activist mother Kati. Kati wants to fix her daughters life and offers her a job at her work. Encouraged by her new friend Ville, Ida, however, sets out for Berlin in order to find a job and to prove to her mother that she can manage on her own. Meanwhile, Kati has been told that she is seriously ill, but she does not want to mention it to Ida in fear of standing in the way of her daughters struggle for independence. Ida wants to have a life of her own, but what will she have left at the end of the day?
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When Mystery, Alaskas amateur hockey team accepts a challenge to play against the New York Rangers, the entire population must put their petty differences aside and pull together as their small town becomes the center of a nationally televised event.
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