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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows — Part 1 (Blu-ray Review)   20 Apr, 2011

This is the darkest, most adult installment in the franchise.More>>

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Limitless (Blu-ray Review)   15 Jul, 2011

'Limitless' is entertaining enough to keep your attention, but holds back its unconventional concept a bit by using some conventional thriller elements that don’t always pay off. Fortunately, Cooper’s usual on-screen panache is engaging enough to hold everything together, aided by the distinct...More>>

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Peep World (Blu-ray Review)   12 Jul, 2011

'Peep World' explores what happens when a writer’s tell-all book hits the bestseller list at the expense of his imperfect siblings, who cry foul when they’re portrayed as seriously flawed individuals. And the worst part: It’s all true. (Street Date 7/19/11)More>>

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Lincoln Lawyer, The (Blu-ray Review)   8 Jul, 2011

'The Lincoln Lawyer' is a compelling if uncomplicated legal drama about the games lawyers and cops play to get the result they want, which more often than not involves backdoor dealings, deceptions and a pretty decent payday. (Street Date 7/12/11)More>>

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Adjustment Bureau, The (Blu-ray Review)   17 Jun, 2011

First-time director George Nolfi’s charming 'The Adjustment Bureau' takes a deeper look at how much influence seemingly insignificant moments can have on our future, using a love story with a hard sci-fi hook to present a philosophy seminar on the nature of fate versus free will. (Street Date...More>>

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Battle: Los Angeles (Blu-ray Review)   10 Jun, 2011

If you like watching others play video games rather than playing yourself, then 'Battle: Los Angeles' is for you. (Street Date 6/14/11)More>>

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True Grit (2010) (Blu-ray Review)   3 Jun, 2011

Marked by great performances, bristling dialogue, dark humor and a sparkling display of gravitas, the Coen Brothers’ 'True Grit' is probably the best Western film to come along since 'Unforgiven.' (Street Date 6/7/11)More>>

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Rabbit Hole (Blu-ray Review)   18 Apr, 2011

'Rabbit Hole' is a strong ensemble work with an especially good role for Nicole Kidman. (Street Date 4/19/11)More>>

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Little Fockers (Blu-ray Review)   14 Apr, 2011

While the comedic bits do lean heavily on bodily functions, this still is an enjoyable comedy.More>>

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Mesrine — Part 1: Killer Instinct, Part 2: Public Enemy #1 (Blu-ray Review)   11 Apr, 2011

it is no everyday achievement to fashion a movie of uncommon length that has very few lulls or at least no lulls of consequence. A lot of this is due to Cesar winner Vencent Cassel’s constant charisma.More>>

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