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Justin Long - IWC And Tribeca Film Festival Celebrate 'For The Love Of Cinema' at Urban Zen - New York City, United States - Thursday 18th April 2013

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Justin Long Wednesday 14th November 2012 attends the premiere of 'The Performers' at the Longacre Theatre - Arrivals.

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Mickey Sumner, Billy Crudup, Justin Long, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Zosia Mamet, Gina Gershon, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Rosie Perez and Jack McBrayer - Mickey Sumner, Billy Crudup, Justin Long, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Zosia Mamet, Gina Gershon, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Rosie Perez and Jack McBrayer Tuesday 13th November 2012 Curtain Call for Mont Blanc’s 12th Annual production of The 24 Hour Plays, a benefit for Urban Arts Partnership, held at the American Airlines Theatre.

Mickey Sumner, Billy Crudup, Justin Long, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Zosia Mamet, Gina Gershon, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Rosie Perez and Jack Mcbrayer
Sam Rockwell, Fisher Stevens, Mickey Sumner, Justin Long, Billy Crudup, Jason Biggs, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Gina Gershon and Emmanuelle Chriqui
Fisher Stevens, Mickey Sumner, Seth Green and Tracie Thoms
Tracie Thoms, Sam Rockwell, Fisher Stevens, Mickey Sumner, Billy Crudup, Eddie Kaye Thomas, Zosia Mamet, Gina Gershon, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Rosie Perez and Jack Mcbrayer

Billy Crudup, Sam Rockwell and Justin Long - Billy Crudup, Sam Rockwell and Justin Long Monday 12th November 2012 attending the After Party for Mont Blanc's 12th Annual production of The 24 Hour Plays, a benefit for Urban Arts Partnership, held at B.B. King’s night club

Billy Crudup, Sam Rockwell and Justin Long

Justin Long Friday 5th October 2012 picks up a member of the public's keys from the ground and hands it back to them as he enters the Staples Center to watch The Black Keys in concert

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Justin Long Monday 1st October 2012 The Los Angeles Premiere of 'Seven Psychopaths' at the Mann Bruin Theatre - Outside Arrivals

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Guest and Justin Long Tuesday 11th September 2012 New York Premiere of 'The Master' at the Zigfield Theater

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Justin Long Tuesday 21st August 2012 'For A Good Time, Call...' premiere at Regal Union Square

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Lauren Miller, Ari Graynor, Justin Long and Travis
Lauren Miller, Ari Graynor and Justin Long

Justin Long - Jon Hodgman and Justin Long Monday 21st May 2012 The 16th Annual Webby Awards

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Justin Long, Hettienne Park, Jeff Goldblum and Zoe Lister Jones - Justin Long, Hettienne Park, Zoe Lister-Jones, Jeff Goldblum and Jerry O'Connell Wednesday 28th March 2012 Meet and greet with the new cast of the Broadway play 'Seminar', held at the Roundabout Rehearsal Studios.

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Jeff Goldblum and Justin Long
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Justin Long, Hettienne Park, Jeff Goldblum and Zoe Lister Jones

Justin Long Tuesday 21st February 2012 Justin Long filming on location in Manhattan for the movie 'A Case of You'. New York City, USA

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Justin Long and Aaron Paul - Justin Long, Aaron Paul Las Vegas, Nevada - The opening of Michael Jackson's 'The Immortal World Tour' at the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino Saturday 3rd December 2011

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Justin Long, Jason Biggs and Sarah Silverman - Justin Long, Sarah Silverman and Jason Biggs New York City, USA - After Party for Montblanc Presents The 10th Annual production of 'The 24 Hour Plays On Broadway' held at BB Kings - Arrivals. Monday 14th November 2011

Justin Long, Jason Biggs and Sarah Silverman
Justin Long, Jason Biggs and Sarah Silverman

Julian Bond and Justin Long - Julian Bond and Pamela S. Horowitz New York City, USA - Opening night of the Broadway play 'The Mountaintop' at the Bernard B Jacobs Theatre - Arrivals. Friday 14th October 2011

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Julian Bond and Justin Long

Olivia Wilde, Justin Long and Sam Rockwell - Olivia Wilde, Sam Rockwell and Justin Long New York City, USA - World Premiere of the Manhattan Theatre Club production of 'We Live Here' at the MTC Theatre, Stage 1 - Arrivals Wednesday 12th October 2011

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Olivia Wilde, Justin Long and Sam Rockwell
Olivia Wilde, Justin Long and Sam Rockwell
Olivia Wilde, Justin Long and Sam Rockwell
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Justin Long Monday 12th September 2011 36th Annual Toronto International Film Festival - Celebrity Sightings Toronto, Canada

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Scott Speedman and Justin Long

Justin Long Monday 12th September 2011 36th Annual Toronto International Film Festival - 'Ten Year' premiere arrival at Ryerson Theatre Toronto, Canada

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Justin Long Saturday 4th December 2010 Variety's Power of Comedy presented by Sims 3 in Partnership with Bing at Club Nokia Los Angeles, California

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Justin Long, Chandler and Dwayne Johnson

Justin Long, Chandler and Dwayne Johnson

Justin Long and Chandler Thursday 11th November 2010 4th Annual Rock The Kasbah Gala In Supoprt Of Virgin Unite held at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion - Red Carpet Los Angeles, California

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Justin Long and Chandler
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Justin Long and Chandler

Alpha and Omega Trailer


Kate and Humphrey are two wolves, they're both members of the same pack but from opposite ends of the scale. Kate is an Alpha, her father is the main alpha male and his daughter behaves exactly how she should; she take her duty and commitment to the pack seriously. Humphrey, on the other hand, spends his days making jokes and playing about with his other omega friends.

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Old Dogs Review


Terrible
To call this comedy a disaster is an understatement. It's aggressively awful, and manages to push its worst gags so numbingly off the scale that we're left slack-jawed in disbelief. Amazingly, the cast members just about get out alive.

Charlie and Dan (Travolta and Williams) are old pals and partners as sports publicists. Charlie is a relentless bachelor, teasing Dan about his impulsive, brief Vegas marriage to Vicki (Preston) eight years earlier. What neither of them knows is that Vicki gave birth to Dan's twins (Ella Bleu Travolta and Rayburn), and now she needs him to watch them for two weeks. Nutty antics ensue as these cute kids upset these men's life, dragging them off for a weekend camping trip and of course slowly winning them over in the process.

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Battle For Terra Review


Very Good
Made two years before the similarly themed Avatar, this original, vividly designed sci-fi animation makes an astute commentary on current issues. And this depth of feeling more than makes up for the relatively slack pace and thin characters.

When a giant ship of humans arrives at an isolated planet, they don't really understand that the residents are living in peace with nature and others. So they launch an all-out attack on the world they have named Terra. But a feisty local named Mala (Wood) stands up to them, teaming up with crash-landed earthling Stanton (Wilson) and his robot sidekick (Cross). And earth's General Hemmer (Cox) is more than happy to indulge in annihilation top get his hands on this planet.

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Youth In Revolt Trailer


Nick Twisp is an average 16 year old boy, obsessed with the opposite sex yet he never has any luck finding a girl of his own. Whilst on holiday with his unpredictable parents Nick finds a new girl who he feels is right for him, Sheeni. Now the only thing standing in his way is the undeniable fact that, nice guys never get the girl.... there's also a another small problem Sheeni already has a boyfriend. 

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Drag Me To Hell Review


Excellent
With the Spider-Man films sitting out there like tarted-up, tawdry trophy wives, it's easy to forget how good a filmmaker Sam Raimi really is. If it weren't for the commercial strictures of the comic book movie, mandates which tend to stifle outright creativity, he might still be churning out the quality spine-tinglers. Instead, he's been lost in a sea of sparkle and spectacle, forgetting us fright fans who propped him up and suggested he might sell to a strict Tinseltown demo. Now, he's back crafting the kind of spook shows that made us all fall in love with him in the first place -- and Drag Me to Hell is quite an act of crazed contrition.

Loan Officer Christine Brown (Alison Lohman) wants the available assistant manager position in her bank. She hopes it will impress the parents of her psychology professor boyfriend Clay Dalton (Justin Long). But when a need for cutthroat tactics causes her to deny a geriatric gypsy woman (Lorna Raver) a third extension on her mortgage, there is literally hell to pay. Seems the old lady places a curse on Christine, guaranteeing that, in three days, a demon will arrive to drag her down to Satan's dominion. Hoping to avoid such a horrible fate, she seeks the aid of psychic Rham Jas (Dileep Rao). He suggests a medium (Adriana Barraza) who had a run in with the same spirit several years before. Unfortunately, it seems Christine's soul is condemned, and nothing can save her.

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Battle For Terra Review


Weak
In this day and age, you simply cannot produce unsophisticated animation like the kind on display in the campy Battle for Terra and hope to compete.

Pixar's industry pioneers push the envelope with each new cartoon, while their closest rivals at DreamWorks Animation have narrowed the quality gap. Even Xbox and Playstation video games boast superior visual sequences to those found in Terra, which chokes on its competition's digitally animated dust.

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He's Just Not That Into You Review


Bad
Women are pathetic -- at least, that's the message being preached by a recent rash of horribly misguided motion pictures. In Sex and the City, they're depicted as materialistic sluts who use their fading feminine wiles to weasel all manner of money-based goodies out of their gullible meat puppets. In Mamma Mia!, we experience fading beauty bedeviled by off-key singing and gloppy green-screen romanticism. But both of those films are feminist manifestos when compared to the gender equity awfulness of He's Just Not That Into You. Any film "loosely" based on a baffling self-help tome is already asking for trouble, but once gyno-nation gets a whiff of this effort's "ladies are losers" lament, the fashionable gloves are bound to come off.

Our story centers around Gigi (Ginnifer Goodwin), a copywriter for a spices catalog. Unlucky in love, she seeks advice from her equally ineffectual coworkers Janine (Jennifer Connelly) and Beth (Jennifer Aniston). The former is in a sexless marriage with her music industry rep hubby Ben (Bradley Cooper) who happens to be bedding a wannabe singer named Anna (Scarlett Johansson). The latter can't get her live-in partner of seven years, Neil (Ben Affleck), to commit to some form of nuptials. While Janine and Beth pursue their own guidance from gal pal ad editor Mary (Drew Barrymore), Gigi develops a platonic bond with wise guy bar manager Alex (Justin Long). He's a fount of information on how guys treat girls, and with his help, our heroine hopes to find Mr. Right... or at the very least, avoid Mr. Right Now.

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Strange Wilderness Review


Weak
Take the second-tier crew from both Adam Sandler's posse (Allen Covert, Peter Dante) and Judd Apatow's regulars (Jonah Hill, Justin Long) and throw them together in a comedic spin on a Wild Kingdom type set and what do you get? A few chuckles rolled in with a lot of gross-out humor.

Steve Zahn headlines the directorial debut of Joe Dirt screenwriter Fred Wolf, playing Peter Gaulke, the stoner son of a famous Crocodile Hunter-like dad whose show Strange Wilderness was once a mega-hit. After dad died and Peter took over, things went downhill, with Peter turning in episodes punctuated by absurd narration and questionable nature... unless you count girls flashing their breasts in the shrubs behind the office building "nature." Peter defends the segment, of course, claiming them to be "natives."

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Live Free Or Die Hard Review


Extraordinary
He's back. The fly in the ointment. The monkey in the wrench. The pain in the... well, since Len Wiseman's Live Free or Die Hard is the franchise's first installment saddled with an audience-friendly PG-13 rating, we'll have to dance around that last quote. But that's about the only thing toned down as Bruce Willis resurrects his iconic blue-collar cop character John McClane for a timely, terrifying, and terrifically entertaining popcorn flick.

Chances are I enjoyed this new Die Hard, the fourth in the series, more than you will. Full disclosure time: The original Die Hard is my favorite film. Not my favorite Bruce Willis film. Not my favorite action film. My favorite film, period. And Willis' invulnerable but impossibly human John McClane is, to me, the quintessential movie hero -- a street-smart civil servant with a knack for disrupting the best-laid plans of vicious malcontents.

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The Break-Up (2006) Review


Weak
In most romantic comedies, some find themselves pining for the two leads to finally put their differences aside and reunite, slow dancing while an overused R&B tune plays in the background and the comic relief best friend tells a last joke. It's a genre that's been done to death, of course, but perfectly enjoyable when all the elements are in alignment. When the elements aren't there, however, the result is fairly ugly. The Break-Up -- a solid argument against real-life couples being allowed to play opposite each other in purportedly romantic films -- spends about five minutes setting up Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston as a couple and then proceeds to fill the rest of its running time with all the reasons why they really should break up; and well before it's over you'll be wishing they'd just call it quits.

Accomplishing the quite difficult task of neutering the normally volcanic presence that is Vaughn and further dampening Aniston's already meek comedic abilities, The Break-Up takes some quite considerable assets and squanders them completely. Vaughn and Aniston play Gary and Brooke, a couple who meet-cute at a Cubs game, are shacked up together in a nice downtown condo before the end of the credits, and are relentlessly bickering and splitting up just a few minutes later. Vaughn plays Gary as a more muted and oafish version of his standard motormouth self -- not a pleasant creation -- which leads one to believe that the film will eventually allow him to use his charm to win back the uptight and angry but still in-love Brooke. The critic's oath precludes this writer from giving away the admittedly surprising (though not necessarily in a good way) ending, but what can be said is that little in this film goes as expected.

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Happy Campers Review


Good
It may be a bit of an acquired taste, but Happy Campers (from Heathers writer Daniel Waters), but the film definitely deserved a better fate than being dumped on home video. Nonetheless it's worth a spin if you happen to come across it: It's the usual hijinks at Camp Bleeding Dove, with horny counselors running amok when camp leader (Peter Stormare) is incapacitated and a hurricane strikes the grounds. Dominique Swain steals the show as a Jan Brady-like innocent who wants to entertain her young charges and keep them pristine, but also pines for Wichita (Brad Renfro) all the same. The film gets a little muddy as the movie gets weirder, suffering from the same problems that made Wet Hot American Summer a curious oddity instead of a cult classic. Characters make abrupt personality shifts, and the in-joke just goes a bit too far. Funny? Yes. Another Heathers? Not quite.

Accepted Review


Weak
On paper, there's little doubt that the idea of combining Animal House and Camp Nowhere sounded like a good idea. Both films are entertaining, though the former obviously much more than the latter. Not too surprisingly, Accepted takes the scant mundane parts of Animal House and pastes them on the Camp Nowhere plot, and then decides to throw in a little Van Wilder for old time's sake. If you saw any of these films, expect an uneasy feeling of recycling.

Bartleby (Justin Long) is a clever high school student, but not specifically good at working. He can trick people and has an unnatural ability with words, but he can't get into a college to save his life. Several of his fellow friends and classmates are finding the same problem. After a failed plan to trick his parents, Bartleby decides that the only way to quell his parents' worries is to get an acceptance letter from a fake college. So, on a whim, he and a pack of ravenously creative friends set up a website, buy a space, remodel it, and make it look about as college-like as possible. It works for Bartleby's parents, but soon, hundreds of students are at the gates of the school, ready to learn.

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The Break-Up Review


Weak
In most romantic comedies, some find themselves pining for the two leads to finally put their differences aside and reunite, slow dancing while an overused R&B tune plays in the background and the comic relief best friend tells a last joke. It's a genre that's been done to death, of course, but perfectly enjoyable when all the elements are in alignment. When the elements aren't there, however, the result is fairly ugly. The Break-Up -- a solid argument against real-life couples being allowed to play opposite each other in purportedly romantic films -- spends about five minutes setting up Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston as a couple and then proceeds to fill the rest of its running time with all the reasons why they really should break up; and well before it's over you'll be wishing they'd just call it quits.

Accomplishing the quite difficult task of neutering the normally volcanic presence that is Vaughn and further dampening Aniston's already meek comedic abilities, The Break-Up takes some quite considerable assets and squanders them completely. Vaughn and Aniston play Gary and Brooke, a couple who meet-cute at a Cubs game, are shacked up together in a nice downtown condo before the end of the credits, and are relentlessly bickering and splitting up just a few minutes later. Vaughn plays Gary as a more muted and oafish version of his standard motormouth self -- not a pleasant creation -- which leads one to believe that the film will eventually allow him to use his charm to win back the uptight and angry but still in-love Brooke. The critic's oath precludes this writer from giving away the admittedly surprising (though not necessarily in a good way) ending, but what can be said is that little in this film goes as expected.

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Waiting Review


Weak
Those who have worked in food service know the challenges and difficulties the trade involves. They also know, as patrons, how to conduct themselves at a restaurant. More likely than not, they have observed a few incidences in which an employee at a restaurant -- quite possibly themselves -- has sought revenge on an especially difficult customer by tampering with the food in nasty, nauseating, stomach-churning ways, and they don't want something similar to happen to them.

I've never worked in food service myself. After watching Waiting, I thank my lucky stars for that. It does not appear to be an overly gratifying profession. Strenuous hours. Difficult bosses. Whining customers. Demanding environment. I have, however, been a difficult customer in the past. Waiting has woken me up to the reality of my nature, and the possible consequences I could receive. It goes without saying that my days as an obstinate customer are over.

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Jeepers Creepers Review


Excellent
What's with Hollywood and road trips? Lately it seems like everything evolves from adventures while traveling across highways and small towns. To the credit of the filmmakers who think of these common ideas, most of the time, at least for the time being, these ideas work well.

This year alone, we have seen plenty of eventful stuff occur on the road. From the comedy Jay and Silent Bob to the thriller Joy Ride, it's been anything but your ordinary drive across the nation. This time out, fear takes the road trip in the surprisingly effective monster movie Jeepers Creepers.

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Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy Review


Weak

There is a sub-genre of comedy that Saturday Night Live alumni seem to specialize in which I've decided to dub the "wouldn't it be funny if" movie. The defining characteristics are as follows:

1) Begin with flimsy, 25-words-or-less premise. (Wouldn't it be funny if Will Ferrell wore a bad wig and a bushy mustache to play a phony-baloney male chauvinist news anchor in the 1970s?)

2) Expand on this premise and explore its comic possibilities only to the extent of creating an endless supply of sophomoric sex jokes. (Wouldn't it be funny if Christina Applegate played the country's first female news anchor, who threatens Ferrell's insecure manhood?)

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Jeepers Creepers Review


Terrible

One of the hallmarks of typical horror movies is that the characters are invariably stupid. No matter how much you holler at the screen, they still open that closet door, they still run the wrong way down that dark hallway and they never get away when given a perfectly good opportunity to do so. Most of the time they're so stupid you find yourself actually hoping they'll get killed just to put them out of your misery.

"Jeepers Creepers" is just such a horror movie -- made all the worse by the fact that writer-director Victor Salva ("Powder") actually tries to justify the idiotic actions of his primary pinheads.

When 20-ish brother and sister (Justin Long and Gina Philips) see a dark figure dumping bloody bodies down a remote roadside culvert while on their way home from college, they spend an entire scene convincing themselves that the right thing to do would be to go back and crawl in the culvert to see if anyone is alive in there. One suggests they just call the police. The other replies, "There's no pay phone for miles!" then adds, "What if it was you?"

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Justin Long

Date of birth

2nd June, 1978

Occupation

Actor

Sex

Male

Height

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Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip - Redfoo Featurette Trailer

Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip - Redfoo Featurette Trailer

Redfoo talks about some of the ups and downs of working with three mischievous characters,...

Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip Trailer

Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip Trailer

Having literally gone from rags to riches, Alvin, Simon and Theodore didn't think their lives...

Alvin And The Chipmunks: The Road Chip Trailer

Alvin And The Chipmunks: The Road Chip Trailer

Alvin, Simon and Theodore are preparing to embark on more mischievous adventures; venturing out on...

Beyond Clueless Movie Review

Beyond Clueless Movie Review

With clips from more than 200 teen movies made in the decade after 1995's Clueless,...

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Tusk Trailer

Tusk Trailer

Wallace Bryton (Justin Long) has a job that most could only dream of. He spends...

Veronica Mars Trailer

Veronica Mars Trailer

Veronica Mars spent her teenage years as a private eye alongside her detective father. Despite...

Walking With Dinosaurs: The 3D Movie Movie Review

Walking With Dinosaurs: The 3D Movie Movie Review

The filmmakers make a serious mistake by aiming this educational epic at very young children,...

Movie 43 Movie Review

Movie 43 Movie Review

A collection of random shorts that focus mainly on idiotic male behaviour, this portmanteau comedy...

Movie 43 Trailer

Movie 43 Trailer

If you were hoping for a romantic comedy with a harmless storyline, romance and inoffensive...

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For a Good Time, Call... Movie Review

For a Good Time, Call... Movie Review

Colourful direction and sparky performances help make this friendship comedy watchable, although it never seems...

10 Years Trailer

10 Years Trailer

'10 Years' is the story of group of former high school friends that reunite ten...

Alvin And The Chipmunks: Chipwrecked Movie Review

Alvin And The Chipmunks: Chipwrecked Movie Review

It's impossible to be critical of a movie like this, since it's not trying to...

The Conspirator Movie Review

The Conspirator Movie Review

Robert Redford revisits the Lincoln assassination with this earnest historical drama. Being a relatively obscure...

Going the Distance Movie Review

Going the Distance Movie Review

It might not be particularly original, but this rom-com at least takes a fresh approach...

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