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DVD Film Review: Muppets Most Wanted

Muppets Most Wanted knows it is a sequel; the opening sequence is a musical number parodying sequels. Muppets Most Wanted is also a story in its own right. 293 more words

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DVD Film Review: The Lego Movie

It’s an original computer animation, at least—The Lego Movie has animated Lego blocks on screen.
Lego blocks have a stilted appearance, but kids will love seeing their beloved toys come to life in the form of a zany concoction. 435 more words

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DVD Film Review: Non-Stop

Liam Neeson does comedy and drama—yet Non-Stop is his sixth leading man role in the action genre since 2008.
All the same, Non-Stop is less action packed, and more thriller intense, and does not overcome the film’s bemusing lack of action. 332 more words

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DVD Film Review: The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Contrived, predictable, but believable and well-made—The Amazing Spider-Man 2 also has an underrated corporate employee as the most sympathetic character in the sequel to… 442 more words

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DVD Film Review: The Right Stuff

The Right Stuff (1983) is a mesmerizing film. Beautiful, panoramic, lyrical, poetic, and fascinating.
The most likeable character is actually based on a real person, Chuck Yeager (played by Sam Shepard). 314 more words

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DVD Film Review: All is Lost

Not exactly a marketable idea—All is Lost is about one man alone at sea—but it is an enthralling movie all the same. 263 more words

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