Review: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

There’s been a lot of grumbling and arguing about whether or not The Hobbit should have been one movie instead of the three it is now but if the next two movies are as exciting and fun as this one, we are in for another great fantasy trilogy from Peter Jackson.

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Review: “Total Recall”

Arnie’s autobiography is a comprehensive look at his fascinating life, but the amusing anecdotes are few and far between.

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Review: Red Dawn

The new Red Dawn finally came out over the holiday weekend after three years on the shelf after the MGM bankruptcy. Is it worth watching or should it have been left on the shelf?

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Review: Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning

The fourth entry in the Universal Soldier franchise shakes things up by turning the series hero, Luc Devereux, into an insane leader of renegade UniSols, being pursued by Scott Adkins, on a mission of revenge.

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Review: Wreck It Ralph

Wreck it Ralph does not quite live up to it’s classic video game overload promised by the trailers but it is still an incredibly fun movie with spectacular visuals and a great voice cast.

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Review: Taken 2

Taken exploded onto the action scene four years ago and cemented Liam Neeson as an ass kicking action hero. Now he’s back for Taken 2 but it unfortunately doesn’t live up to the original.

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Review: Looper

If you love smart, exciting time travel movies, Looper is a must watch, despite a couple of nitpicks with the pace and plot.

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Roundhouse Review: The Dark Knight Rises

Arguably the most anticipated movie of the year, The Dark Knight Rises is the epic conclusion of Christopher Nolan’s brilliant Dark Knight Trilogy, which hit an impossibly high note with The Dark Knight four years ago. Did The Dark Knight Rises live up to the insanely high expectations?

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Review: Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

The secret life of Abraham Lincoln as a vampire hunter is revealed in the latest movie from Wanted director Timur Bekmambatov but it probably should have stayed secret, or at least in the pages of the original book.

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Review: Men in Black 3

The MIB return after 10 years as Agent J time travels back to 1969 to prevent K from being killed by a vicious alien hitman and to stop an alien invasion in the present.

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