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Noble review

Noble” tells the true story of Christina Noble who overcomes the harsh difficulties of her childhood in Ireland to discover her destiny on the streets of Saigon. 629 more words

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Beyond the Mask review

Beyond the Mask” is a handsome production. As a period piece set in 1775, the costumes and sets are spot on. Great work by Production Designer Nicholas Burns, as he cuts no corners and it is easy for the viewers to become transported in time back to the late 18th century. 559 more words

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When the Game Stands Tall review

If you like football movies, you’ll find plenty to like in “When the Game Stands Tall.” But this is more than a football movie, and “When the Game Stands Tall” is quite different than most football films you may have seen. 547 more words

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The Good Book review

As a lifelong student of film, I love the idea of telling a story visually. I believe the more you can tell a story through the visuals the better the movie will be. 537 more words

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Edge of Tomorrow review

Take a little “Groundhog Day,” throw in some “Predator,” add a dash of “Alien,” and even sprinkle some “Wizard of Oz” (“Courage”) and you have… 449 more words

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Blended review

“Blended” is the latest romantic comedy from Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore. And as expected, this is a formulaic romantic comedy with Sandler playing a Sad Sack misfit and Barrymore playing his “nemesis.” There are no surprises and everything goes completely as planned – filled with lots of laughs and fun and games – just as fans of Adam Sandler like it. 457 more words

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Moms' Night Out review

“Moms’ Night Out” is a fun movie, filled with lots of laughs and a lot of heart. Well-paced and well-acted, with smart dialogue and enough twists and turns to keep you on your toes: yeah, I really liked this movie. 337 more words

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