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COLUMNS : MOVIE REVIEW  (ARCHIVES)Back to Current
The Dilemma (05/01/2011)
The Dilemma Available this coming week on DVD, “The Dilemma” is at heart a “bromance,” the currently fashionable tag for what used to be termed a “buddy flick.” It begins with two business partners  ... 

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Hop (04/27/2011)
By David Robinson -- I waited until the day before Easter to see “Hop,” thinking to avoid the masses of children for whom this movie is designed. (It’s rated “PG” for “some mild rude humor,” which seems redundant to me,  ... 

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The King’s Speech (04/20/2011)
By David Robinson --

After its theatrical release late last year, you might have had to look around a little to find “The King’s Speech,” starring Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush, and Helena Bonham Carter. As events have pr ... 

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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (04/17/2011)
By David Robinson --

Now available on DVD, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1” hardly needs my help or that of any reviewer to succeed in the video market. At this writing, it has already earned over $300 mi ... 

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Black Swan (04/13/2011)
By David Robinson -- Now available on DVD, “Black Swan” stars Natalie Portman in a (literally) to die for role that won her this year’s Best Female Actor Academy Award. Portman reportedly trained for nearly a year to act ... 

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Source Code (04/06/2011)
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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The Tourist (04/03/2011)
By David Robinson --

Now available on DVD, “The Tourist,” starring Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp, starts off like Hitchcock, and it maintains that feel throughout. The pace, however, is glacial, unlike the works of  ... 

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The Lincoln Lawyer (03/30/2011)
By David Robinson -- “The Lincoln Lawyer” stars Matthew McConaughey in the title role; however, his fans should be warned that he almost never takes his shirt off, and then in low light. He is, after all, supposed to be d ... 

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Hereafter (03/27/2011)
By David Robinson -- At 80 yrs. old, Clint Eastwood doesn’t need the money, so he can afford to take chances with the movies he decides to make. “Hereafter,” now available on DVD, has a bankable star in Matt Damon and an ... 

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Rango (03/23/2011)
By David Robinson --

If you’re a fan—preferably an old fan—of Western movies, then “Rango” is made for you, pardner. Advertised as a kids movie and rated “PG,” this is decidedly aimed at adults, in terms of both tone a ... 

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