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One Minute Review: Primer (2003) [4.0]

PRIMER // “Primer” is a dense, low budget, science fiction film that sets out to explore the bare bones of time travel and the relationship between friends in discovering the ability to travel through time. 211 more words

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One Minute Review: 47 Ronin (2013) [3.0]

47 RONIN // Too often does Hollywood take the path of overindulgence, expanding so much on one simple idea to the point where you hardly recognize the original story. 328 more words

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One Minute Review: The Great Beauty (2013) [4.0]

THE GREAT BEAUTY (LA GRANDE BELLEZZA) // Having won the Golden Globe and Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Feature, “The Great Beauty” or “La Grande Bellezza” was one of the only foreign film anyone was talking about this Oscar season. 229 more words

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One Minute Review: Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom (2013) [3.5]

MANDELA: LONG WALK TO FREEDOM // Timing is everything. And in the case of “Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom” and its release date occurring very close to the actual passing of Nelson Mandela is simply a coincidence and an example of perfect timing as far as biopics go. 332 more words

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One Minute Review: Saving Mr. Banks (2013) [3.0]

SAVING MR. BANKS // “Saving Mr. Banks” is a film about Walt Disney made by Walt Disney Pictures, so anyone looking for a rich and dynamic look at the man’s life and especially his involvement with getting the rights to “Mary Poppins” from author P.L. 623 more words

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One Minute Review: Bad Words (2014) [4.0]

BAD WORDS // Believe it or not, first time director and star of “Bad Words”, Jason Bateman, was not the first choice to play the leading role in the film. 581 more words

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One Minute Review: Need For Speed (2014) [3.5]

NEED FOR SPEED // Basically 2014′s answer to the first “The Fast and the Furious” film, following the same underground street racing lifestyle, along with high level emotions coinciding with very little substantial dialogue, “Need For Speed” runs a little hot, at over two hours long. 205 more words

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