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“The Twilight Saga: Eclipse” Movie Review

(Vampires and Wolves Unite) – – Bella is torn between Edward (who she has the hots for, and loves) and Jacob (her longtime friend, who she also loves). Unfortunately for Bella…another not so nice vampire, Victoria (played by Bryce Dallas Howard), is still planning revenge on Bella (for killing her mate) and will stop at nothing to get her. Victoria

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“The Incredible Burt Wonderstone” Movie Review

(Surprisingly good, very funny) – – Nothing I had seen leading up to watching the movie (the trailer, commercials, or pictures) did justice to the actual movie.  What looked like a totally stupid movie in the marketing campaign, actually turned out to be a sweet, funny, movie about real life ups and downs.  Fire the marketeers! Bullied as a kid,

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“Argo” Movie Review

(Enthralling) – – As the American Embassy is being overrun in Iran, six embassy workers managed to escape out the back door.  They find refuge in the home of the Canadian Ambassador (played by Victor Garber) where they stay for over two months. CIA covert operative, Ben Affleck  (as Tony Mendez),  is responsible for rescuing these six people.  Extracting people from

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“The Perks of Being a Wallflower” Movie Review

(Excellent Coming of Age Movie) – – Teenage drinking, drugging, and then driving makes me cringe.  Arrrghh…. Beyond that, “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” is an excellent high school coming of age movie. Coming off a traumatic time both in middle school and personally) Charlie (played by Logan Lerman) starts high school alone.   He spends most days eating

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“Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters” Movie Review

(Exciting, Funny, Gory) – – Bodies blow up, people are dismembered, heads are squished and blown off:  blood and gore (albeit not awfully graphic) flow as do the wisecracks and action.  “Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters” is definitely NOT for kids.  It is R rated for a reason (including the f-words which are used very effectively). One very clever point was the

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