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Doc Hollywood

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Doc Hollywood
Benjamin Stone is a young doctor driving to L.A where he was offered a new job as a plastic surgeon in Beverly Hills. He gets off the highway to avoid a traffic jam, but gets lost and ends up crashing into a fence in the small town of Grady. He is sentenced to 32 hrs of community service at the local hospital. All he wants is to serve the sentence and get moving, but gradually the locals become attached to the new doctor, and he falls for the pretty ambulance driver, Lou. Will he leave?

Doc Hollywood

Churchill: The Hollywood Years

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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.

Churchill: The Hollywood Years

XIII

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XIII
One would expect XIII: The Conspiracy to be hindered by the fact that it was both made for television and is derived from video game material. In truth, itís not that bad.

XIII

Like Mother, Like Daughter

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Like Mother, Like Daughter
When a successful business woman finds out her college-aged daughter has gone missing, she elicits help from her friend and daughters college professor, unaware that she is seeking assistance from the very man who has harmed her.

Like Mother, Like Daughter

Meet the Spartans

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Meet the Spartans
Hollywood has churned out a slew of spoofs within the last year alone, including Epic Movie, Balls of Fury, The Comebacks, and Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story. Now, less than a month into 2008, we have Meet the Spartans -- a spoof of a movie, 300, that only opened last March. One wonders if studios aren't already developing spoofs of their forthcoming summer movies for release the following winter.

Meet the Spartans

The Hunt

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The Hunt
Bow hunting enthusiast Jack Hamberg, his eight-year old stepson Clint and former news cameraman Atticus Monroe are on a mission to make a deer hunting video. All that is needed to complete the video is a kill. Jack and Atticus reluctantly decide to trespass onto a nearby property where there may be more abundant prey. Once inside the restricted area, they come upon some frightening realizations. The hunters have become the hunted. Only one comes out alive with the tapes that captured the horrific events that transpired on The Hunt.

The Hunt

Ultraviolet

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Ultraviolet
Kudos to Sony for not holding advance screenings of Ultraviolet. This is the kind of crap you want to keep away from critics. Masochist that I am, I went to see this on my own dime, and regret every cent spent to gain admission to the theater. This is another one of those pointless action superhero movies that unfolds like a video game in which the viewer is unable to participate. On more than one occasion, I have written that there's nothing more frustrating than watching someone else play a video game. Now I have found an exception to the rule - watching someone cheat while playing a video game. Because that's what the makers of Ultraviolet do: cheat.

Ultraviolet

Doom

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Doom
(Insert appropriate remarks about how Doom is the perfect name for this motion picture.)

Although I am not averse to wasting a few hours playing computer games, I have never tried my hand at Doom. Judging by sales figures and testimonials, playing the game has to be an infinitely preferable experience to watching this pathetic excuse for a movie. Otherwise, not only would Doom never have become a phenomenon, but it would have lain gathering dust on store shelves. Doom (the movie) is a dreadful, hackneyed piece of cinema - a D-grade mess that's more a rip-off of Alien than an attempt to tell a compelling story. It's unfathomable how many times Hollywood has struck out in attempts to convert popular video/computer games into movies. This is the kind of misfire that reinforces negative stereotypes.

Doom

Jimmy Hollywood

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Jimmy Hollywood
Barry Levinson had an idea, and a pretty good one at that: take an actor, have him assume the role of a vigilante, and, as public adulation of his assumed personae escalates, blur the line between being a vigilante and acting the part. Unfortunately, the idea is all that Levinson had, because the final result -- Jimmy Hollywood -- is a somnolent mess.

Jimmy Hollywood

Killer Pad

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Killer Pad
When three friends find a sweet deal on a mansion in Hollywood Hills, they think they have struck party gold. But their dreams of sexy Hollywood ladies are quickly thwarted when they realize their dream pad is also a direct portal to Hell.

Killer Pad

Cannibal

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Cannibal
In 2002 German police arrested Armin Meiwes for posting an Internet message looking for a male who would allow Meiwes to eat him. To their horror authorities found a video tape showing that in 2001 Meiwes had found a willing victim in Bernd Brandes. Though the video showed the graphic killing of Brandes the German courts were faced with a quandary since Brandes had agreed to allow Meiwes to eat him. The subsequent trial and media attention brought up many questions ranging from freedom of speech on the Internet to debates about consensual homicide. In 2005 German filmmaker Marian Dora made a highly stylized dramatization of the case CANNIBAL.

Cannibal

Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot

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Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot
By-the-book macho Los Angeles supercop Joe Bamowski played by Stallone gets his high-pressure life on the edge complicated by his overprotective visiting elderly mother (Getty). The obscenely preposterous bad sitcom plot has him partnering up with her to investigate a smarmy crime lord (Rees). Along the way his mom teaches him to open up to the woman he loves (Jobeth Williams), another cop who happens to be his superior.

Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot

Tomb Raider

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Tomb Raider
It's not Casablanca, or even Die Hard, for that matter. But then no one expected it to be. What Tomb Raider can claim is that it's the best computer game-turned-motion picture to date. A backhanded compliment? To be sure, but at least the experience of sitting in a theater watching this movie doesn't create a longing for the interactivity of actually playing the game. Unlike nearly every other Hollywood product based on a computer/video game, Tomb Raider seems more like the summer blockbuster that it strives to be than a 90-minute big-screen commercial. (Then again, when it comes to product placement, you can't get any more obvious.)

Tomb Raider

Landspeed

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Landspeed
The times Hollywood has got any movie having anything to do with cars right are so few and far between that you barely need the fingers of your second hand to count them.

Landspeed

Mother and Child

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Mother and Child
A drama centered around three women A 50-year-old woman, the daughter she gave up for adoption 35 years ago, and an African American woman looking to adopt a child of her own.

Mother and Child