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Movie Reviews Archive
Captain America: The First Avenger tells a fantastic story of an underdog standing up to a bully… with a badass vibranium shield.
Horrible Bosses has arrived at a time when the economy can make people feel like they’re locked into their jobs and serves as a humorous, commiserating companion.
While not living up to its full potential, Green Lantern is still a fun superhero adventure
Super 8 is a nostalgic trip through time, mixing J.J. Abrams’ brilliant storytelling with the feel of a Spielberg classic.
The best of the X-franchise features some great performances and stays true to the core message of the comics
The Wolfpack is back, but they should have quit while they were ahead.
Thor is an action-packed blockbuster that provides a fun and faithful experience.
Source Code is a mystery as fast-paced as the train it takes place on, with unexpected turns lining the track ahead.
Battle: Los Angeles is not the horrible abomination other critics are making it out to be, but it’s certainly nothing new or special either.
Limitless has a great “what if?” premise and follows through to deliver an exciting thrill-ride.
Aside from a few flaws, The Adjustment Bureau tackles the continuing question of fate vs. free will in a creative and exciting way.
Unknown is a well-crafted mystery with just the right amount of action mixed in. I doubt you’ll figure this one out before it’s revealed.
I Am Number Four bears a striking resemblance to something you might see on the CW, and that’s just fine if you’re into that sort of thing.
More drama than comedy, The Dilemma will play with your sympathies and get you thinking about how you might act in a similar situation.
The Fighter is a better, more realistic underdog story than Rocky.
Forget about the fact that it’s a ballet movie and prepare for a psychological thrill ride. This is Natalie Portman’s finest work.
TRON: Legacy is a well-choreographed action movie that showcases impressive visuals and technology. I don’t know what more people were expecting.