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Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps
Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, the sequel to the 1987 classic Wall Street, opens just weeks after the 9/11 attacks when disgraced former business icon Gordon Gekko (once again played by Oscar winner Michael Douglas) is released from prison after an eight-year stretch. He is alone, a relic of a bygone era with only an outdated mobile phone, a book manuscript he's written and whatever else he had on him when incarcerated to start his life over with. He is at rock bottom, but if there's one thing Gekko is it's a beast with keen survival instincts.
Flash forward to autumn 2008 when the worldwide financial markets are in free fall, stimulus packages and federal bailouts of Wall Street firms are all the rage, and America's elected its first black President. It's in this tumultuous environment that we meet idealistic young trader Jacob Moore (Shia LaBeouf) as his firm teeters on the brink of ruin and so does his shattered mentor and father figure, Louis Zabel (Frank Langella). When a rival of Zabel's, hot shot Bretton James (Josh Brolin), buys out Zabel's once-prestigious firm for a fraction of its worth, a tragedy ensues that motivates Jacob to seek revenge against Bretton.
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Where the Wild Things Are
In so many ways, Max is a modern child. His father is gone. His older sister has outgrown him. His mother, who works late to support the household, is dating a stranger. His teachers are slowly introducing him to the realities of an adult life, offering lessons on tsunamis and supernovas. He has no friends with whom to share his frustrations or figure out his feelings, some combination of betrayal or anger or loneliness. Yet his imagination is strong and provides him with a shelter from the storms of his everyday existence. But when, one evening, his emotions boil over and he runs from his home in a rage, he crosses some imaginary boarder into the realm of the Wild Things.
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The Vampire's Assistant
With the likes of Twilight and True Blood proving that vampires are big business at the moment, it's no surprise to see an adaptation of Darren Shan's hugely popular Cirque du Freak novels reaching the big screen.
Loosely based on the first three of the now 12-book series, the story revolves around Darren (Chris Massoglia), a 16-year-old living in an unremarkable suburb and leading an unremarkable life. He's the kind of kid that gets good grades, never cuts class, and always listens to his parents, which is a source of great frustration for his more rebellious best friend Steve (Josh Hutcherson).
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The Haunting in Connecticut
The latest horror film "based on a true story" -- the facts of which are documented here -- The Haunting in Connecticut follows the Campbell family, who move into a Victorian house in upstate Connecticut in order to be closer to where their teenage son receives his cancer treatments.
Matt (played by Kyle Gallner, known to fanboys as Bart "Flash" Allen in Smallville) is slowly dying from the disease. His mom Sara (Virginia Madsen) and recovering alcoholic dad Peter (Martin Donovan) can barely accept this grim reality as they struggle to make ends meet amidst mounting medical bills. Trouble begins almost as soon as the Campbells move into their new home.
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Megafault, just released by The Asylum Home Entertainment on DVD, is another in the long, long line of these films. The hallmarks are all here. First, get an actor whose career is fading to headline. Here, we get Brittany Murphy (8 Mile) - and she's joined by Eriq La Salle (of the recently-canceled ER series) and Bruce Davison (the original Willard) to boot. Second, have said actor (or actress in this case) battle a cheesy CG-menace, preferably the title of the movie. And yes, Megafault offers a megafault: a flimsy CG earthquake that leaves lots of fake-looking destruction in its wake. Add a standard screenplay built upon clichéd dialogue and a too-familiar plot with just a dash of overly-dramatic synth score, and you've got yourself a forgettable SyFy Channel Saturday night movie.
If the highlights of your DVD collection include "Porky's" and "American Pie," then "Hooking Up" is just the kind of cinematic sexplay you're looking for. Starring Corey Feldman as a coked-out 25-year-old who abuses his starry-eyed high-school girlfriend Caroline (Alison Whitney), Brian O'Halloran ("Clerks") as a principal blind to his surroundings, and Bronson Pinchot as new teacher trying to fend off the sexual advances of the principal's 15-year-old daughter, "Hooking Up" isn't so much of a plot as it is a week in the life of a number of hormone-stuffed sex-obsessed teenagers.
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Now that you're eagerly counting down the seconds before being able to finally check out the final installment in the Rocky franchise, why not start building up hype for Sylvester Stallone's second trip down memory lane -- Rambo 4: Pearl of the Cobra. (Can I just say now that the title is so friggin' stuck in the 80s, I absolutely love it!) I'm not sure how they do it or who they're sleeping with, but the folks over at Latino Review managed to get their hands on the latest draft (dated 11/06/06) of Rambo 4, and have been nice enough to post their review of it.
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The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
Here in the unenchanted world of ordinary moviegoing, it has been about two and a half years since “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe,” the first installment in Walt Disney and Walden Media’s mighty “Chronicles of Narnia” franchise. In wartime England, where the Pevensie children live when they’re not consorting with talking lions and battling witches, a year or so has gone by. But in Narnia itself, to which the four plucky Pevensies return in “Prince Caspian,” the second movie in the series, centuries have passed, and everything has changed. The grand hall where Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy were made monarchs of the realm has fallen into ruin, and the friendly woodland creatures with their homey British accents and computer-animated fur seem to have vanished from the scene.
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The knives had been out and sharpened long before M. Night Shyamalan’s latest movie, “The Happening,” opened on Friday. A fine craftsman with aspirations to the canon, this would-be auteur has, in the last few years, experienced a sensational fall from critical and commercial grace, partly through his own doing — by making bad movies and then, even after those movies failed, by continuing to feed his ego publicly — and partly through the entertainment media that, once they smell weakness, will always bite the hand they once slathered in drool.
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Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa
I didn't think much of Madagascar, which had an unfocused story, no internal logic, and only a few laughs, scattered mostly among the minor characters. It relied too much on pop-culture references, too, a common problem these days in animation. So I'm glad to report that the sequel, Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa, is an improvement. The story has a clear protagonist (instead of the lion and zebra battling for screen time), it's a bit more straightforward, and the movie references are all but gone. It's still primarily the supporting cast that's funny, not the leads -- but hey, if Dreamworks were capable of doing everything right it would have to change its name to Pixar.
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The typical Garry Marshall film (Pretty Woman, Raising Helen) can be classified by a few words: contrived, insipid, and predictable. Georgia Rule, while not the worst work Marshall has done, is a limp misfire. There are moments during the course of the movie when it looks like it might be headed in an interesting direction, but those hopes go up in smoke during the last act as everything aligns itself for the tearful, feel-good ending. The central problem with the movie isn't that it deals with several hot-button topics, but that it addresses them with a shocking lack of emotional honesty.
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Bottle Rocket starts and finishes strong, but, somewhere in the middle, it loses its focus and its way. Concentrating on a trio of incredibly inept criminals, there are times when this film seems like Reservoir Dogs as directed by Kevin Smith (Clerks). Unfortunately, while the two bookending capers are hip and funny, the rest of the film is a mixture of elements that clash as often as they mesh. The love story is cute, but the typical male bonding scenes come across as flat, unconvincing, and, worst of all, boring.
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Hunt for Justice
The heroic struggle of Canadian Louise Arbour, Chief War Crimes Prosecutor at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia, as she battles world politics and fierce opposition to indict Slobodan Milosevic for crimes against humanity.
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Minty: The Assassin
MINTY is a youthful, raven haired, punk rock, feminist, female super heroine, that gets her super powers from eating chocolate (which is a good source of antioxidants). One day Mintys agent, BIG BOSS, an older and honorable gentlemen, is taken hostage by DOCTOR BRAIN BENDER, the evil neuro-scientist. Minty then fights her way up various perverse floors of Doctor Brain Benders paranormal building to rescue Big Boss. Several unusual villains stand in her way CAPTAIN CAPABILITY, a freak of nature SENSATIONAL NINJA, an effeminate assassin RAT MONSTER, a depressed mutant BRUCE ZEE, a psycho martial artist MOLLY LEVIATHAN, a sensual super vixen ZEN COWBOY, a blindfolded gunslinger and DOUBLE DELICIOUS, an intellectual lesbian vampire. Throughout this wild odyssey, Minty educates her adversaries on the fascinating world of natural science and then uses her beauty, her brains, and pure brutality to demonstrate the biological theory of the survival of the fittest.
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Dr. Dempsey, an American scientist who has become a skeptic after a disastrous wrong call, isnt exactly enthusiastic to be sent by his well-funded employer to Scotland to (dis)prove the existence of the Loch Ness monster, but has no choice. He finds the locals stubborn, primitive and all but hospitable, not in the least because the Nessie legend is the only tourist attraction, but still gets romantically attracted by his independent inn-keeper Laura, and both her kid and his enthusiastic local assistant end up making him face a small family of Nessie-dinosaurs, but is this to be made public?
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Middle of Nowhere
An irresponsible mother blows her eldest daughters college fund on her youngest daughters modeling campaign.
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