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One Minute Review: Forrest Gump (1994) [4.5]

FORREST GUMP // Chances are most people recognize the phrases “run, Forrest, run” or “life is like a box of chocolates” even if the film that they come from is a mystery to them. 551 more words

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One Minute Review: Under The Skin (2014) [4.0]

UNDER THE SKIN // Over the years, it has become apparent that Scarlett Johansson will not be giving up her independent acting roots anytime soon. She has become a household name with her role as Black Widow in “The Avengers” but she continues to produce small titles which is actually where she got her start, with films like “Lost In Translation”, “A Love Song For Bobby Long”, and now the slowly paced science fiction Indie, “Under The Skin”. 386 more words

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One Minute Review: Enemy (2014) [4.0]

ENEMY // The doppleganger storyline has never been more intense or more confusing than in director Denis Villeneuve’s latest film, “Enemy”. In “Prisoners”, Villeneuve directed Jake Gyllenhaal to one of the best performances of his career, so it was only natural for these two to pair up again. 270 more words

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One Minute Review: How To Train Your Dragon 2 (2014) [4.0]

HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2 // “How To Train Your Dragon 2” is a sequel with gravitas.  There is a weight to the characters and their situations that builds off the first film almost perfectly. 529 more words

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One Minute Review: Joe (2014) [5.0]

JOE // David Gordon Green returns to form with his latest drama, “Joe”, about an ex-con who finds himself in the tough position between a young, innocent boy and his twisted, abusive father. 240 more words

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One Minute Review: Walk Of Shame (2014) [2.5]

WALK OF SHAME // Urban dictionary defines a “walk of shame” as “the walk home after a one night stand”. Further extrapolated, “one usually wears either the clothes they went out in (i.e. 488 more words

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One Minute Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) [4.5]

THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL // One will often hear that when their favorite artists come to town, everyone wants them to play the hits. Director Wes Anderson is content with playing the hits, delivering yet another truly unique comedy in “The Grand Budapest Hotel”. 342 more words

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