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‘Identity Thief’ a bumpy romp in comedy

“You see those numbers? That’s her height. I’m going after Bilbo.” Luckily, this trailer teaser wasn’t the funniest line of dialogue in “Identity Thief.”

‘Eagle Eye’ takes cheesy plot in a new direction

There are plenty of films being made these days with the theme of the government as "big brother." Yet "Eagle Eye" is able to twist this theme in a completely new bend that appeals to younger generations for perhaps the first time. Unlike the majority of recent political films that have failed at the box office, "Eagle Eye" appeals to the younger crowd and their wallets by including current hip actors, fresh appealing dialogue, and radical camera moves that have become increasingly popular.

‘How to Train Your Dragon 2’ is fantasy at its finest

Film: Director: Starring: Release date: Rating: "How to Train Your Dragon 2" Dean DeBlois Jay Baruchel Cate Blanchett Gerard Butler June 13, 2014 5/5 stars The first “How to Train Your Dragon” film was something of a...

‘Contagion’ infected with multiple plots

The odds are good that within the last hour, you’ve touched several objects - a table, stapler, mouse, keyboard, pencil or pen. You’ve also probably touched your face several times as well. Who touched those public objects before you did? Were they ill?

‘Lakeview Terrace’ is slow and strangely disturbing

A good movie will grab the audience's attention within the first ten minutes, promising great adventures or complicated plots. "Lakeview Terrace" is not one of them. This movie is slow to start, slow to develop, and takes a torturously long time to get to the end.

Album Reviews: ‘Your Anchor’ and ‘At Mount Zoomer’

Lackthereof have more albums than they have ever played shows. This isn't a product of poor managing but really because Lackthereof is a project that Danny Seim does out of his basement. His first six albums were handed out on CD-Rs to friends and family.

‘Prince Caspian’ a solid sequel that doesn’t quite bring back the magic

Magic, mythology and talking animals still populate the story, but "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian" is, at heart, a fundamentally different tale than its predecessor.

Dreamworks puts together strong cast for weak movie

3D movies are the wave of the future. Everyone in Hollywood is talking about them: the advances in technology, the endless movie possibilities, and the potential for great cash rewards for the powers that be. Unfortunately, there has yet to be any film using this technology that has really captured the hearts and imaginations of the movie-going public.

Upbeat musical packs a plus-sized punch of fun

Fans of musicals will not be disappointed with "Hairspray." This is a delightful romp with a soundtrack that will linger long after the movie is over.

‘Sleuth’ seeks out success with movie remake

Originally based on a play by Anthony Shaffer ("The Wicker Man," "Sommersby"), "Sleuth" has the potential to come off a bit too staged, just like any other play adaptation. However, in 1972, director Joseph L. Mankiewicz ("Cleopatra," "Guys and Dolls") was able to make it zing as it was meant to, and it became a great success.

The Expendables 2 delivers classic action movie punch

Simon West’s “The Expendables 2” is every bit of the macho, ass kicking movie one can expect from a flick featuring some of the...

Movie Review: “Resurrection ‘F’” is a love letter to “DBZ” fans

“Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection 'F'” is a movie for the “Dragon Ball” fans that have been around since the beginning, and it's not for...

‘Once’ is a bittersweet lullaby

Tales of star-crossed lovers have graced movie screens since the beginning of cinema. Some are fine with being sappy, others strive for realism, but...

Classics never fade

This week's TNL movie review takes a look back at the 2002 hit movie musical "Chicago," based on the even bigger hit Broadway show, starring well-known Hollywood names like Renee Zellweger, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Richard Gere.

Film Review: “Age of Ultron” carries a lot of baggage

WARNING: SPOILERS FOR ALL PREVIOUS MARVEL MOVIES BELOW It has been two years since the Chitauri invasion of New York. S.H.I.E.L.D. has been all but...

‘Die Hard’ needs to die out

It shouldn’t be physically possible to make an even worse “Die Hard” movie after the fourth one came out. Apparently, it is.

‘Now You See Me’: Will you believe in magic?

Filmmaking in and of itself is an illusion. With a strong story and effects, a film effectively fools the audience and draws them in...

Hollywood white savior strikes again

Hollywood is racist. It always has been, but what is racism? Let’s define some terms. Prejudice is the thought, discrimination is the action and racism is the system. There are systems all throughout society that benefit one race over another. In this system, white people are far more privileged than people of color.

“Chernobyl Diaries” starts strong, ends poorly

“Chernobyl Diaries” had potential to be a great (and possibly even original) horror movie, but it leaves viewers asking for more at the end,...

‘Balls of Fury’ loses its bounce

The subject of sports spoofs has been done to death, but apparently Hollywood hasn't gotten the message yet. This time, "Balls of Fury" attempts to lampoon the world of competitive pingpong, but it fails miserably.

Classic with a twist

Upon seeing the trailer for “Mirror Mirror” (a Snow White parody) many people shrugged it off with disdain, mentally comparing it to 2007’s “Enchanted,” however, you may be pleased to know, it is significantly better and lacks any terrible musical fluff.

‘R.I.P.D.’ is a fun, if uninspired, good time

“When there’s no more room in hell, the dead shall walk the earth.” That is the premise of horror film after horror film, sometimes with...

‘Days of Future Past’ is the best of both worlds

Film: &nbsp Director: Release date: Rating: "X-Men: Days of Future Past" Bryan Singer May 23, 2014 4/5 stars The “X-Men” film franchise has seen its ups and downs in the almost-14 years it's been...

A most intense ‘Flight’

Denzel Washington (“Safe House”) is Whip Whitaker, a pilot for a commercial airline who saves his plane full of passengers from crashing. When investigations into the plane malfunctions begin, something troubling is uncovered.

Film Review: “Fury Road” pleasantly surprises

Reboots are tricky things to do. Right off the bat, audience expectations are low. Some might accuse executives of reaching for low-hanging fruit. Fans...

‘Hot Fuzz’ hilarious sendup of cop flicks

Fans of the sleeper hit "Shaun of the Dead" will not be disappointed by "Hot Fuzz." The second pairing of the writing, directing and acting talents of Edgar Wright ("Shaun of the Dead," "A Fistful of Fingers") and Simon Pegg ("Shaun of the Dead," "Mission: Impossible III") is worth the watch.

The New Star Wars Film Awakens your Nostalgia

When I was kid I had an uncle who was obsessed with Star Wars. He collected all the action figures, which one day would...

‘McLintock’ a treat for classic John Wayne lover

John Wayne just never gets old, figuratively speaking of course. In the comedic western “McLintock,” John Wayne (“Rooster Cogburn”) and Maureen O’Hara (“The Parent Trap”) are a duo of perfection.