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COLUMNS : MOVIE REVIEW  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
The Greatest Movie Ever Sold (08/31/2011)
By David Robinson -- Now available on DVD, “The Greatest Movie Ever Sold” is written and directed by and stars Morgan Spurlock. If that name doesn’t ring a bell, you didn’t see “Super Size Me,” (2004) Spurlock’s best-kno ... 

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The Help (08/28/2011)
By David Robinson --

I confess that I am one of the few people in America who has yet to read Kathryn Stockett’s best-selling novel, “The Help.” That ignorance put me in the distinct minority among the audience for the ... 

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Exporting Raymond (08/24/2011)
By David Robinson -- I don’t often get the chance to review a documentary film for the general consumption because, well, there aren’t that many out there in the local rental outlets. So when I found “Exporting Raymond”  ... 

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Limitless (08/14/2011)
By David Robinson -- Now available on DVD, “Limitless” categorizes itself as a “scifi thriller,” but that doesn’t quite describe it. There’s fantasy, all right, and a thrill or two. However, the emphasis is more on psycho ... 

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Crazy, Stupid, Love (08/10/2011)
By David Robinson -- “Crazy, Stupid, Love” wandered onto local screens last weekend, all but lost among the Summer Blockbusters and kids’ films (or is that redundant?). This cleverly-scripted romantic comedy has fun with ... 

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Barney’s Version (07/27/2011)
By David Robinson -- Now available on DVD, “Barney’s Version” presents a critical quandary. It boasts one of last year’s best performances: Paul Giamatti won a Golden Globe for his work here and deservedly so. He’s aske ... 

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Source Code (07/24/2011)
By David Robinson -- Film critics have almost unanimously compared “Source Code” with “Groundhog Day,” an apt—if not especially clever—analogy. Take away Bill Murray and the laughter and substitute Jake Gyllenhaal and lo ... 

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Beethoven’s Ninth ‘Choral’ Symphony (07/20/2011)
By David Robinson -- In 1824, the first performance in Vienna of Beethoven’s magnificent Ninth (“Choral”) Symphony, capped off his career. All but deaf and, thus, unable to conduct the orchestra, the composer stood on  ... 

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 (07/20/2011)
Though I doubt that my recommendation will sway anybody to see (or skip?) “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2,” there may be two or three fence-sitters out there who are still thinking about ... 

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Rango (07/13/2011)
By David Robinson -- If you’re a fan — preferably an older fan — of Western movies, then “Rango” is made for you, pardner. Advertised as a kids’ movie and rated “PG,” this movie — now available on DVD — is decidedly aime ... 

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