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Let's not talk about The Dark Knight – for it has no bearing on Inception beyond its directorial association; instead, let's hop in the way-back machine to one of director Christopher Nolan's earliest films, Memento. With it, Nolan showed audiences the power of a compellingly structured narrative: in Memento's case, the disorientation of amnesia and how to translate this befuddlement to the audience.
Memento is, of all of Nolan's work, the film most structurally similar to Inception; it's a cyclical narrative that aims very directly to evoke that feeling of being lost – lost amongst the lingo of fantastical terms and impossible physics, lost in a story that is layered and folded upon itself four times over. Indeed, Hollywood's obsession with 3D has extended to the storytelling process, and with Inception, it also reminds us that story and characterization still rule in the land of a thousand digital vistas.
Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem
A little town in the hills of Colorado will become the battleground between two of the deadliest extra-terrestrial lifeforms - the Alien and the Predator. When a Predator scout ship crash-lands in the hills outside the town, Alien facehuggers are released in the crash, and an even more evil creature - a hybrid Alien/Predator - is also released. A man & his son hunting in the forests near the crash site soon become the first victims of the facehuggers, and when a Predator receives data about the crash on his home planet, he comes to Earth. One at a time, the inhabitants of the town become targets of the Aliens and the Predator, including the local sheriff, a young female soldier recently returned from Iraq, and several teens. Though the National Guard is called in, they are unable to stop the deadly creatures, and a plan is set in motion to destroy the town with a nuclear device... Written by Derek O'Cain
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Hellboy II: The Golden Army
There are moments in “Hellboy 2: The Golden Army,” Guillermo del Toro’s profligate sequel to “Hellboy,” capable of delighting even the most jaded, comic-book-weary summer-blockbuster conscript. (That would be me.) Lately we have seen plenty of big, asphalt-smashing street battles between hero and nemesis — Tim Roth and Edward Norton, hopped up on military growth hormones, hurling cars across Harlem in “The Incredible Hulk”; Charlize Theron and Will Smith enacting some kind of meteorological superhero S & M in “Hancock” — but nothing quite like the scene in which Ron Perlman’s Hellboy, a baby in one hand and an oversize gun in the other, mixes it up with a giant, angry plant.
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The chief pleasure to be derived from watching Cold Souls is that it's a journey into the unexpected. To one degree or another, even the best screenplays tend to follow projectable trajectories, even when the specifics are obfuscated. Cold Souls travels so far off the beaten trail that it's difficult to discern where it might be going. Granted, the final destination is more conventional than one might expect from such an offbeat motion picture, but this is one of those movies where the journey counts more than the arrival. There aren't many analogs available; it bears a passing resemblance to the twisted conceptions of Charlie Kauffman, but even that is an imperfect comparison.
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With Cassandra's Dream, we may finally be seeing confirmation of what many have suspected for years: that Woody Allen's period of greatness as a filmmaker is over. A few years ago, Match Point provided hope that we might be observing a re-invention of the director - that he was turning away from neurotic comedies to more weighty material. Match Point revisited Crimes and Misdemeanors, and did so in spectacular fashion. Now, in the wake of the complete failure of the would-be comedy Scoop, we have Cassandra's Dream, a movie that returns to the essence of Match Point like a dog to its vomit.
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Two Family House
Note to readers: this review contains spoilers. While I do not believe the revelation of certain plot points will in any way compromise the viewing experience, those who wish to see Two Family House without having previous knowledge of key elements would do well to bail out now and return after they have seen the film.
Apparently, when gangsters die, they don't simply disappear, they show up in low-budget independent films. Or at least that's the impression one might get from watching Raymond De Felitta's personal period piece about defying social conventions to pursue love and a dream - because it seems like half of the cast is made up of familiar faces from TV's The Sopranos. There's Michael Rispoli (the late, great Jackie Aprile in The Sopranos) as Buddy, Vinny Pastore (the late, great Big Pussy) as Angelo, and Kathrine Narducci (the still-living Charmaine Bucco) as Estelle. The storyline and characters couldn't be further from the world of The Sopranos, but fans of the TV series will feel like they already know the players.
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In 1954 Queens, New York, three brothers -- Mac (John Turturro), Vico (Michael Badalucco), and Bruno (Carl Capotorto) -- after having a few bad experiences working for others, decide to band together and create their own construction business. Their first major project, building four houses, requires such devotion and painstaking effort that it pushes their close relationship to the breaking point.
Hilary and Jackie
The story of celebrated cellist Jacqueline du Pré is too good not to have been made into a movie. However, the most gratifying thing about director Anand Tucker's Hilary and Jackie is that it not only does it tell the tale, but does it so a uniquely compelling fashion. This is as rich and powerful a film as has been released in 1998. Every subject that it touches on, from the love/rivalry relationship of sisters to the line between genius and madness to the price of celebrity, is handled flawlessly. Add the best female performance of the year, a glorious soundtrack, and effective cinematography, and Hilary and Jackie stands as a towering achievement for Tucker.
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World of the Dead: The Zombie Diaries
Zombies can’t keep diaries, but if they did they’d be pretty repetitive, something Kevin Gates and Michael Bartlett’s ambitious sequel to their 2006 DV horror could also be accused of.
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One Man's Treasure
I learned about this film while perusing the schedule for byutv.org for Sunday, April 3, 2011.
I’ve never seen this movie, I don’t know that I ever will. But, while not commenting on the review itself, I completely agree with the title of a user review that was posted about this film on www.imdb.com: “Poorly disguised movie about religion”.
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The Princess Diaries
Mia Thermopolis (Anne Hathaway) is a fifteen-year-old tenth grade private school student who lives with her mother Helen Thermopolis (Caroline Goodall) and her cat, Fat Louie, in a renovated San Francisco firehouse. Her father, Philippe Renaldi (who had divorced her mother years ago but still kept in touch with Mia) died two months earlier in a car crash. Although Mia is an average student, she is very unpopular, but has two good friends: Lilly Moscovitz (Heather Matarazzo) and Lilly's brother Michael Moscovitz (Robert Schwartzman).
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The film follows five railway workers – John, Paul, Mick, Gerry and Len – in a Yorkshire depot affected by the privatisation of British Rail in 1995. The men are informed by their supervisor that they are now working for a company called East Midlands Infrastructure, and are competing with rival track companies.
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An Indian kickboxer defeats a Pakistani kickboxer in an international tournament. But the event ends in a tragedy due to the Pakistani players intemperance. Will the peace process, initiated by the two countries lose its momentum, specially when the Indian hero's brother is determined to avenge his family, and country during a second international bout that is being held in Lahore this time?
Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Cableman Roy Neary is one of several people who experience a close encounter of the first kind, witnessing UFOs flying through the night sky. He is subsequently haunted by a mountainlike image in his head and becomes obsessed with discovering what it represents, putting severe strain on his marriage. Meanwhile, government agents around the world have a close encounter of the second kind, discovering physical evidence of otherworldly visitors in the form of military vehicles that went missing decades ago suddenly appearing in the middle of nowhere. Roy and the agents both follow the clues they have been given to reach a site where they will have a close encounter of the third kind contact.
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A group of teens, stranded in the woods after a car accident, entertain themselves by telling classic horror stories. What follows is a series of eerie tales that include monsters, psychopaths, and ghosts, and that remind you that things arent always what they seem. With Swedish subtitles!
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Life as a House
When a man is diagnosed with terminal cancer, he takes custody of his misanthropic teenage son, for whom quality time means getting high, engaging in small-time prostitution, and avoiding his father.
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