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Future Shock - By Betty Jo Tucker
  He waits for a call regarding his life. His home a burned church. His mind full of strife.   His job is to prove, mathematically so, a theory about the sum of zero.   Outside is... MORE >>
 
Exuberantly Bloody - By Frank Wilkins
It’s time to get on the Wingard/Barrett bandwagon. If you missed last year’s You’re Next, a twisty-turny little revisit to the home-invasion slasher genre, then that’s a good place for you to start. This director/writer team has been on quite a roll with segments in V/H/S,... MORE >>
 
The Bath Water with the Baby - By Donald Levit
“Trilogy” is loosely tossed around when sales inspire a prequel and sequel or Roman-numeraled or coloned-subtitle addition after the same bankable title. But the term does not apply to The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby: Them followed by Him alongside Her. These... MORE >>
 
Our Old Men - By Donald Levit
“Ravishing Paris of quiet back streets and familiar locales” is not all that cinematically present or ravishing. My Old Lady, Israel Horovitz’ film directorial début, is an adaptation of his 2002 stage play that essentially takes place in the interiors of an apartment and... MORE >>
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Soundtrack Review: The Thing ****
By Richard Jack Smith
One of the best years for film music was 1982. There were so many highlights, including Blade Runner, Conan the Barbarian, The Dark Crystal, Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid and First Blood. Yet, Ennio Morricone’s The Thing sends signals from... MORE >>
 
Critics Preview Fall Film Schedule
By Betty Jo Tucker
Renowned film critics Nell Minow, A.J. Hakari and Mack Bates drop by Movie Addict Headquarters on September 9th to discuss the movie release schedule for Fall of 2014. Their goal? To help moviegoers pick which offerings from over 80 films opening between September and the end... MORE >>


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Flight is mostly not what viewers expect or what promo posters imply. Opening minutes aside, it is not your usual carrier-in-distress thriller, and Denzel Washington’s Captain William “Whip” Whitaker is not the publicity... MORE >>
 
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