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Review: The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

As Bella whimsically recites the beautifully visual words of Robert Frost’s poem “Fire and Ice” in the first few minutes of Eclipse ‘s opening scenes, one cannot help but notice a not-so-subtle parallel between the meaning of the poem and the...

Review: The Back-Up Plan

Whose bright idea was it to base a feature length film on the basic premise that Jennifer Lopez can’t find a man in New York to be the father of her baby? For simple, ridiculous reason such as this, The Back-Up Plan is an incoherent, cheesy new entry to the...

Review: She’s Out Of My League

Move over Michael Cera! Following in the footsteps of Cera and Christopher Mintz-Plasse in the role of bumbling, lovable nerd, Canadian born Jay Baruchel is making waves on the silver screen. His latest comedy, She’s Out of My League is Baruchel’s first...

Review: The Messenger

If we were to compare two of the essential Iraq War/War on Terror films of 2009, two films would come to mind; The Oscar winning Hurt Locker and The Messenger. After being able to experience both in theatres, it is my deepest opinion that The Messenger was by miles...

Review: Leap Year

Have you even been one of those guys who has insisted on having his girlfriend come along to one of those testosterone driven action flicks only to finally agree to go see one “chick flick” with her? Well if Leap Year is the movie you finally agreed to go...