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Urban Legend

Another Neil H. Moritz movie from the late 90s and another horror movie with Pacey…errr…Joshua Jackson.  I remember actually liking this movie at the time so I was looking forward to revisiting it. ... Read more
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21

Card-playing movies are few and far between but I look forward to them as much as heist movies.  Throw on top of it the fact that it is based on a true story of card-counting in Vegas and I’m sold. ... Read more
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Persepolis

300, Sin City…Persepolis?  In the long string of recent adaptations of graphic novels, this is certainly not a movie that comes to mind…but should it? ... Read more
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The Tattooist

A tattooist travels the world learning different designs that are used for healing purposes and in turn offers them to people.  But when he takes it one step further and takes a tool used for tattooing his life takes an odd change.... Read more
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The Boondocks

The Boondocks, a television series appearing on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim, holds nothing back as it satirizes American culture.... Read more
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The Other Boleyn Girl

I don’t’ know if it’s because I have been watching Showtime’s The Tudors or if it’s just the actual movie but I wasn’t entertained at all.  The movie started out ok when it was actually focusing on the “other” Boleyn; Mary but then it became just another story about Anne. ... Read more
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The Three Stooges

The Stooges began as a Vaudeville Act in 1925 working under Ted Healy as Ted Healy and his Stooges.... Read more
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Cleaner

Tom Carver is an ex-cop that now makes a living cleaning up crime scenes after the police are done. So when he takes a job to clean up after a homicide he doesn’t think anything of it.... Read more
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A Raisin In The Sun

A Raisin In The Sun is a phenomenal feat in itself. Being the first Broadway play written by a black woman (Lorraine Hansberry) as well as being the first play directed by a black director (Lloyd Richards) on Broadway.... Read more
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First Knight

I’m pretty sure I forgot about this movie as have a lot of people so I’m not sure why Sony decided to dredge this one up for the BD treatment.  With that said, it is a pretty entertaining movie, even with the dry and redundant Richard Gere. ... Read more
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