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It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia - Season Six

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It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia - Season Six
The series follows "The Gang", a group of five depraved underachievers: twin siblings Dennis and Deandra "Sweet Dee" Reynolds, their friends Charlie Kelly and Mac, and Frank Reynolds, Dennis and Dee's adoptive father, who runs Paddy's Pub, a run-down bar in South Philadelphia. They are dishonest, egotistical, lazy, manipulative and vengeful. Episodes usually find them hatching elaborate schemes, conspiring against one another and others for personal gain, vengeance, or simply for the entertainment of watching each other's downfall. Their tactics often rely on inflicting emotional and sometimes physical and psychological pain on individuals both deserving and undeserving. They regularly use blackmail and manipulate one another and others outside of the group.

It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia - Season Six

Lock Up

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Lock Up
Frank Leone is nearing the end of his prison term for a relatively minor crime. Just before he is paroled, however, Warden Drumgoole takes charge. Drumgoole was assigned to a hell-hole prison after his administration was publicly humiliated by Leone, and has now arrived on the scene to ensure that Leone never sees the light of day.

Lock Up

One Last Thing

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One Last Thing
Perhaps I am unduly harsh on motion pictures that waste a promising premise. One Last Thing is a case in point - the underlying concept is rich with possibilities, yet director Alex Steyermark (Prey for Rock 'n Roll) and writer Barry Stringfellow opt to take the easy way out. There's cloying melodrama, an uplifting final scene, and little in the way of real drama in between. There are things to like about the film. In particular, the acting is solid across-the-board, but the weak script would feel more at home in a made-for-cable movie than in something produced for the big screen.

One Last Thing

Not Since You

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Not Since You
A romantic drama about a tight-knit group of college friends who graduated from NYU the year of 911 and reunite years later for a weekend wedding in Georgia. Unresolved conflicts and love affairs spark again.

Not Since You

The Virginity Hit

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The Virginity Hit
The idea of a bunch of high school teens trying to get laid was a surprisingly refreshing convention when American Pie reused it back in 1999. The film updated the classic teen sex comedy formula and offered a delicate balance of raunchy and sweet, caring not only about our male leads, but their female lovers whose needs were just as important (if not more so) as the men.

Now, more than 10 years later, things have most certainly changed. The teen sex comedy feels drained once more worn out and often just filled with mindless sex, nudity, drug use and crass behavior. Some of it is funny, but most films fail to deliver anything of note. The only filmmaking team that really seems to find success in the genre is the Apatow gang, but even they've branched off from the genre, focusing less on films like Superbad and The 40-Year-Old Virgin, and sinking deeper into more mature films. Director Greg Mottola (who also directed Superbad) had some fascinating and poignant observations in Adventureland, but that film failed to garner much interest.

The Virginity Hit

A Plumm Summer

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A Plumm Summer
An amiable retro feel permeates "A Plumm Summer," and it's not just because this family film is set 40 years in the past. Montana-set, reality-inspired pic feels like an homage to a bygone era of moviemaking: It takes its time to build character and story, there's hardly a CG effect in sight, and there's nothing high-concept about it. Latter fact reps a significant though not insurmountable marketing hurdle. Expect, at least in the short term, continued fest appearances, where pic has been an audience favorite. DVD prospects, thanks to a recognizable cast, look sunny.

A Plumm Summer

XXX: State of the Union

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XXX: State of the Union
Where's the Kryptonite?

What many movie producers fail to realize is that one of the keys to making a superhero interesting is to give him an Achilles heel - Kryptonite, so to speak. And one of the big problems with XXX: State of the Union is that the protagonist is essentially invincible. He has no weaknesses. During those rare moments when he finds himself in a tight scrape, we have no doubt he will come out blasting. This isn't Indiana Jones, with his numerous too-human failings. This is The Terminator, only without the snappy one-liners and the weird accent. How can there possibly be suspense when the outcome is never in doubt?

XXX: State of the Union

Young and Seductive

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Young and Seductive
A pretty sex researcher is writing a book about sexual liaisons arranged online, but some of her lovely interviewees are turning up strangled to death.

Young and Seductive

Bad Teacher

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Bad Teacher
Bad Teacher takes a delicious premise and leaves a sour aftertaste. Despite the promise of something nasty and cutting, the film turns out to be as edgy as a dull razor with limp "raunchy" comedy and an unwillingness to push envelopes. The concept titillates - an oversexed, drug-abusing, foul-mouthed, doesn't-give-a-shit woman put in charge of a classroom - but the result is drab, obvious, and disappointing. Despite the existence of Bad Santa as an obvious template, Bad Teacher doesn't want to be dark (or at least not too dark); it wants to be naughty enough to get an R-rated but not so naughty that it will shock viewers. The product is akin to a mediocre '80s sex comedy (with minimal nudity) and "daring" is a descriptor only the most naïve and puritanical would employ.

Bad Teacher

Megan Is Missing

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Megan Is Missing
Megan Stewart, 14, and her best friend Amy Herman, 13, though opposites in personality, are best friends. Megan carries the front of being the most popular girl in school, but this masks a lifestyle of hard partying, drugs, alcohol and indiscriminate sex. Amy, unpopular and socially awkward, clings to her relationship with Megan as a lifeline to social acceptance. Together, these two young girls forge a deep friendship based on their mutual needs. The two girls regularly communicate by web chat cameras or cell phone, and even meet boys online. As Megan seeks friends who are different from her usual posse of hanger-ons, she is introduced by a friend online to a 17 year-old boy named Josh in a chat room. Megan and Josh bond quickly, leaving Amy feeling a bit left out. One day, Megan goes to meet Josh in person, and she is never seen again. Amy launches into a concentrated effort to find her friend...

Megan Is Missing

Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines

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Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines
It is a dark time for the resistance and Skynet is on the verge of going online, the events of the last movie has changed nothing and John must now battle a new Terminator called the T-X. As before, the resistance was able to send another T-800 as a protector for John, and its still a question of which one will reach him first...

Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines

Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events

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Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
There's a little Roald Dahl in Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, and that leads one to wonder what a twisted director like Danny DeVito (Dahl's Matilda) or Tim Burton (Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory) could have made out of this film. It's not that Brad Silberling's approach is bad, but it lacks a certain zing - the quality that would have elevated Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events from the level of passable Hollywood entertainment to inspired. This film will probably grip children more than adults, and, while there is enough material in the movie to keep the over-18 crowd interested, this is not the best family motion picture currently playing in multiplexes.

Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events

Fistful of Dollars

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Fistful of Dollars
A drifter, later to be known as The Man With No Name (Clint Eastwood), is born in director Sergio Leones Spaghetti Western, A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS. The stranger arrives in a small Mexican village that is over run by two competing gangs who control the guns and the liquor. The only legit business that seems to prosper is the old coffin maker. The anonymous drifter decides to make money by working both sides of the gang as a hired killer, adding more fuel to the hatred feud between the two families.

Fistful of Dollars

Jackass 3.5

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Jackass 3.5
Check out the brand spanking new JACKASS 3.5 movie poster, and its only here at FOX411.com.This time, the JACKASS movie franchise is moving online, with the first episode of what will be weekly installments going live on the Joost.com on April 1st.Thats right - April Fools Day.The never-before-seen film, directed by Jeff Tremaine, was made specifically for the web, and it features over 85 minutes of all-new content, including never-before-seen stunts, pranks and general gross-ness from merry pranksters Johnny Knoxville, Bam Margera, Steve-O and the gang.

Jackass 3.5

Notorious Bettie Page

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Notorious Bettie Page
The Notorious Bettie Page is one good looking movie about one good looking dame. It tells of the career of '50s pin-up queen Bettie Page (Gretchen Mol), who was the object of countless masturbatory fantasies in the pre-Playboy era. Despite being a straightforward bio-pic, The Notorious Bettie Page is more than just a tasty morsel of eye candy. The film takes a little time to explore the political landscape of the time, and features an Oscar-worthy lead performance.

Notorious Bettie Page