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Patrik 1,5 - An Official Selection in the 2008 AFI Fest

Patrik 1,5 - An Official Selection in the 2008 AFI Fest In the Swedish dramatic comedy Patrick 1,5 a small grammatical error turns the life of a newlywed couple upside down - for the better

Deadgirl Film Review - An Official Selection of 2008 AFI Fest

Deadgirl Film Review - An Official Selection of 2008 AFI Fest See the title? Yep. It is exactly as advertised. No surprises here. And, dare I say it, possibly worth checking out

Hunger Film Review - A Wonderful Transition for Artist Steve McQueen

Hunger Film Review - A Wonderful Transition for Artist Steve McQueen Steve McQueen, one of Britain's most distinguished artists, pens his first feature film to mark his directorial debut

Zack and Miri Make a Porno Movie Review – A Good Ol’ Raunchy Love Story

Zack and Miri Make a Porno Movie Review – A Good Ol’ Raunchy Love Story What started out as a business proposition evolves into an endearing love story between two lifelong friends in this raunchy romantic comedy

Zack and Miri Make a Porno Movie Review - An Original story, a handful of laughs, yet very forgettable

Zack and Miri Make a Porno Movie Review - An Original story, a handful of laughs, yet very forgettable Aside from the poor ending, and holes in the plot, "Zack and Miri Make a Porno" is not one of those movies where you will feel as if you did not get your monies worth

Body of Lies Los Angeles Premier Review - Trust No One

Body of Lies Los Angeles Premier Review -  Trust No One "Body of Lies" Hits the Mark

Cinema City International Film Festival Review - A Savior of Short Films

Cinema City International Film Festival Review - A Savior of Short Films Cinema City International Film Festival - One of 25 best film festivals

Lovecraft: Fear of the Unknown Film Review - 2008 Shriekfest Documentary

Lovecraft: Fear of the Unknown Film Review - 2008 Shriekfest Documentary ShriekFest 2008 presents a documentary on one of mordern horror's first and unexpectedly influencial voices: Lovecraft: Fear of The Unknown

Over Her Dead Body Movie Review

Over Her Dead Body Movie Review Making romantic ghost story movies is a bit tricky calling for charming performances, a light touch, and an inspired imagination all of which are missing from the disappointingly bland and boring romantic comedy

Eagle Eye Review - Big Sister is Watching

Eagle Eye Review - Big Sister is Watching Big Sister is Watching You - Eagle Eye

Burn After Reading Movie Review

Burn After Reading Movie Review Oceans pals George Clooney and Brad Pitt are horsing around again, and often seem to be having a better time making movies than the audience could possibly have watching them

21 Review

21 Review What may be tense or exciting for the person playing the game isn't nearly as diverting for the audience sitting in the theater watching a bunch of cards being dealt

Wanted Review

Wanted Review Wanted taps into an age-old narrative fantasy of empowerment – from Jesus to Harry Potter, some average Joe suddenly discovers special powers he has to learn to control

No Country For Old Men Review

No Country For Old Men Review The film is sprawled in 1980 over various parts of South Texas. Out hunting one day, Llweyln Moss comes across a drug deal gone horribly wrong

The Dark Knight Movie Review

The Dark Knight Movie Review Even though the media provides information of all kinds, right or wrong, the media was correct about The Dark Knight, it is a movie that will provoke thought and entertain you long having left the theater

Celebrity Talk with Robert Cary - Director of Save Me

Celebrity Talk with Robert Cary - Director of Save Me Filmmaker Robert Cary talks about his latest film Save Me, opening this month in New York and Los Angeles

Ghost Town Review - A Whole Other World

Ghost Town Review - A Whole Other World Ghost Town - a whole other world is out there

Save Me Film Review - A Bittersweet Love Story of How God Brought Two Men Together

Save Me Film Review - A Bittersweet Love Story of How God Brought Two Men Together Two men ironically find love and God when they enter a small New Mexico Ministry designed to free them of their "brokenness of homosexuality" in Robert Cary's latest film Save Me

Death, Taxes... and Chocolate! Film Review - The Dark Chocolate Comedy Wins Big At The 2008 NYIIFVF

Death, Taxes... and Chocolate! Film Review - The Dark Chocolate Comedy Wins Big At The 2008 NYIIFVF If you could choose how and when to go, wouldn't you choose death by chocolate

Straight Men and the Men Who Love Them Too Video Review

Straight Men and the Men Who Love Them Too Video Review OUTFEST 2008 has come and gone, but they Gay Themed flicks just keep on coming in Hollywood Independents Shorts Collection Straight Men and the Men Who Love Them Too

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