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Heaven is for Real

by Ken B.

I’d estimate that sixty to sixty-five percent of Heaven is for Real is a more or less efficient and suitable drama. The remainder is a stretched out and disjointed barrage of mediocrity, doing things such as wallowing in computer generated descriptions of visions of heaven that its real life participants didn’t have the advantage of seeing. 665 more words

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Odd Thomas

by Ken B.

Odd Thomas is a movie that dresses up well but spends 96 minutes fiddling with its tie and straightening its hair in the mirror. 752 more words

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World War Z

by Ken B.

When story after story piped out of Hollywood about the troubled big budget adaptation of the zombie novel by Max Brooks (son of Mel), critics and fans nervously wondered what kind of a calamity the final project might be. 468 more words

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Angels in the Outfield

by Ken B.

Angels in the Outfield is the equivalent of cheap takeout. It’s fine enough when consumed, even though goes in and out of you at such a rate that it in the long run had little point in being, but it exudes a pedigree nonetheless, obviously enough of one that it received a remake 43 years later (which featured Danny Glover and a young Joseph Gordon-Levitt). 594 more words

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Noah

by Ken B.

Noah is an art house-esque approach to a biblical story released in three thousand theatres. The manner of the execution is not unexpected, considering the reception of the director and co-writer, Darren Aronofsky, but still much has been made about this blockbuster’s eccentric style. 729 more words

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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

by Ken B.

A vast improvement over an underwhelming predecessor, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire works because it is darker and deeper and more thorough and engrossing. 688 more words

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One Direction: This is Us

The final part of a six-part examination on recent documentaries, which was indeed finished by the end of the month!

by Ken B.

First, let me state my opinion on the band itself, as to avoid any misunderstandings. 693 more words

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