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A short review, no spoiler: it's an lovely movie not only for women. Perfectly casted actors you just believe their lovely created characters playing a story you just can enjoy.
Moving ever further away from the high-lit reputability of Pride and Prejudice and Atonement, director Joe Wright seems hellbent on proving he's a high-powered action stylist in Hanna. This sort of reverse-image, quasi-intellectual cousin to Luc Besson's The Professional stars the exceptional Saoirse Ronan as the daughter of a CIA op, raised to be the perfect soldier spy, who's unexpectedly forced to cope with a world she doesn't know and a lethal female adversary from her father's past. At once enticing and a bit dubious, this arty thriller looks to ride its sterling cast and unusual kicks to decent midrange box office.
The Hit List
The Hit List has a particularly exciting, enjoyably fascinating fantasy at its heart, tugging at the desirable idea of eliminating your enemies in real life (be careful what you wish for). As with all good thrillers, the fantasy eventually shifts into terror, as the humorous notion fades into a nightmare involving cold-blooded, violent death. The idea is brilliant, and much of the plot progression is masterful, but the overall execution is flawed. It's almost as if the writers grasped a story that was too great for their own good, unable to tackle it the way more experienced filmmakers might have. Perhaps a few more minds needed to be involved in the various editing phases.
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Pride is one of those generic inspirational sports movies that has been cobbled together from spare parts left to rust on Hollywood's shelf of clichés and stereotypes. Take a little '70s racism, add the guidance of a strong coach, throw in minor subplots about the players, and stir. Yet , despite the stale odor of the broth, lack of originality isn't Pride's stumbling point - it's that the familiar story is not well presented. The manipulation is clumsy and obvious and none of the characters attains a semblance of three-dimensionality. Even a solid performance by Terrence Howard can't keep Coach Jim Ellis from seeming like a shadow of the many more interesting men in whose footsteps he treads.
Cellular is a nearly perfectly executed "high concept" thriller, that, like Speed and Phone Booth, uses a gimmicky setup but is paced so relentlessly that you don't have time to dwell upon the obvious implausibility of the situation. (It should be noted that Larry Cohen was involved in writing both Cellular and Phone Booth.) When you step in to a theater to see David R. Ellis' movie, you either agree to buy into the premise or not. In the latter case, you should look for another film. In the former, you're in for an entertaining ride.
The Brothers Grimm
Wilhelm and Jacob Grimm (Damon, Ledger) are witch hunters who find superstitious and gullible townsfolk to pay them to exorcise their witches, usually created by the brothers using cheap effects. When the brothers—they've yet to get the capital B in this point in their careers--are busted for their con-jobs, they're forced to find the young girls of a village who have mysteriously disappeared, forcing them to take on a supernatural threat for which they're quite unprepared.
After six years and a gritty foray into the mind of Hunter S. Thompson, director Terry Gilliam returns to the fantasy and fairy tales that are so much better suited for his child-like sense of wonder. Like The Adventures of Baron Munchausen, he takes a different approach to the storytelling brothers' classic tales, going behind the curtains of myth to create an action-adventure unlike anything we've seen from Gilliam previously.
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Deep Impact has been buried. Godzilla's size didn't matter as much as TriStar hoped it would. Six Days, Seven Nights took about that long to come and go. Now it's time for Bruce Willis to kick asteroid. Recalling the amazing box-office assault of 1996's Independence Day, which was also released over the July 4 weekend, Touchstone Pictures is understandably optimistic about the performance of their big summer gun, the latest from Midas producer Jerry Bruckheimer (Crimson Tide, Con Air). And why not? Since almost everything else released this season withered up in the June heat, the field is clear.
Next Stop, Wonderland
When I first saw Next Stop, Wonderland at a packed screening in the Egyptian Theater during this year's Sundance Film Festival, I was not impressed, and couldn't understand why Miramax Films would ante up $6 million for what is fundamentally a re-tread of last year's somnambulant 'Til There Was You. Now, seven months and numerous plaudits later, I decided to give Next Stop, Wonderland another chance in advance of its North American theatrical release. And, much to my surprise, I discovered that I didn't dislike it nearly as much as I did on my first viewing. Oh, there are some problems, but, overall, the experience is mildly entertaining.
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When the Government finally decide to use their top secret mind control technology on each and every one of us, there will be only one way to fight back: the wearing of silly hats. THAT’S how the people will rise and win the day. Not by developing counter-technology of our own, not by storming the halls of authority and reclaiming power, and certainly not by waiting until the next election and hoping to vote in some folks who are a bit more reasonable. Hats are the answer.
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A young boy joins a group of renegade dwarves on an unpredictable journey through time in this humorous fantasy. Monty Python animator Terry Gilliam mostly achieves a tricky balancing act in his second feature as sole director, creating a dark, irreverent comedy disguised as a family adventure. Particularly amusing are the boy's encounters with various historical figures, including an entertainment-starved Napoleon (Ian Holm), a powerful Agamemnon (Sean Connery), and a surprisingly stuffy Robin Hood, embodied by Gilliam's Python cohort John Cleese.
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If I Had Known I Was a Genius
Michael (Markus Redmond) is an African American boy with a genius I.Q. His family refuses to encourage him and tries to bring him down, and his mother (Whoopi Goldberg) nicknames him "Ugly". Michael enrolls in a high school drama class and finds encouragement from an eccentric teacher.
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Churchill: The Hollywood Years
This is a comedy involving a group of the American filmmakers who decided to make a movie about Winston Churchilles life but missed with the casting. They find out that an actor to play the key role is a robust, unattractive cigar smoker they draw in an American G.I. as he seemed to be a better-looking actor to play the part of Churchill. A new interpretation the makers developed depicts a handsome Churchill falling in love with Princess Elizabeth, who is herself involved in the war as an undercover agent.
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This year is the 108th anniversary of the Korean high School WaSanGo (Volcano High). Principal hides himself with Secret Manuscript which every WaSanGo student wants to take from principal...
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In Love and War
Reporter Ernest Hemingway is an ambulance driver in Italy during World War I. While bravely risking his life in the line of duty, he is injured and ends up in the hospital, where he falls in love with his nurse, Agnes von Kurowsky.
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In the Army Now
Two misguided youths join the reserves to make some money for their entrepreneurial dreams. No sooner than they finish basic training are they called up to do their part to save the free world.
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When an accident obliterates the British royal family and most of its branches, a desperate geneological search discovers the next king Ralph, a sleazy American lounge singer. Can Ralph measure up to the job, even with the help of loyal aristocrat Willingham?
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