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‘Bad Guy’ meditates on evil, mixed results

Title: “Bad Guy” Director: Ki-duk Kim Release date: Feb. 11, 2005 Genre: Drama Country: South Korea Rating: 3/5 Some people are just born evil. As for the wordless sociopath at...

‘Captain America’ tackles the modern world

Film: “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” Release Date: April 4, 2014 Directors: Anthony and Joe Russo Starring: Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Samuel L. Jackson Rating: 5/5 The world that...

“Moloch Tropical” doesn’t reach its ambitions

TV movies rightfully get a bad wrap. The Lifetime television network alone deserves a separate section at the Razzie awards. But, disproving the notion...

‘The Day the Sky Exploded’ is just boring

Before Italian science fiction lost its collective mind with madcap creations like “Super Argo and the Faceless Giants” and “King of Kong Island,” there...

‘Rise of an Empire’ fails and falls

Film: “300: Rise of an Empire” Release Date: March 7, 2014 Director: NoamMurro Starring: Sullivan Stapleton, Eva Green Rating: 2 The original “300” film was a...

‘Non-Stop’ is an entertaining, yet clichéd, thrill ride

Title: “Non-Stop” Release Date: Feb. 28, 2014 Director: Jaume Collet-Serra Starring: Liam Neeson, Julianne Moore Rating: 3   “Non-Stop” takes on a genre that audiences haven't seen in a long...

‘Bio Zombie’ is delirious fun

“Bio Zombie” is “Resident Evil” through the eyes of “Shaun of the dead,” with enough goofy gimmicks to keep viewers entertained, at least for...

‘The Monuments Men’ squanders monumental talent

Film: “The Monuments Men” Release Date: Feb. 7, 2014 Director: George Clooney Starring: George Clooney, Matt Damon Rating: 2 / 5 This film, based on a true story, tells...

‘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...

‘That Awkward Moment’ isn’t awkward or funny

Imagine a Woody Allen movie. Now, take away everything that makes a Woody Allen movie good and you’d get something a better than “That...

February Movie Preview

Check out the synopsis for movies coming out in February including: The Lego Movie, The Monuments Men, One Chance, Winter's Tale, About Last Night, Vampire Academy, Endless Love, Robocop, Pompeii, 3 Days to Kill, The Wind Rises, Welcome to Yesterday, Son of God, and Non-Stop.

‘Her’: A provocative technological love story

Can a human fall in love with a computer? One that progressively learns with each word spoken with it, and can calculate or search for anything in a nanosecond? Is technology jumping forward fast enough to the point that people can create machines and software that can feel sorrow and joy? What are the ethical implications of that?

Top 5 foreign films the fanatic watched this year

Do American movies seem stale to you? Are there moments when you want nothing more than to read subtitles? It’s a big, cinematic world out there filled to the brim with non-American films. With 2013’s “Nairobi Half Life,” and “Fanie Fourie’s Lobola,” Kenya and South Africa’s movie industries are on the rise. South Korea is still experiencing a renaissance. Thailand’s industry is growing along with China’s. Argentina and Colombia are coming into some serious economic growth thanks in part to films like 2012’s “Elefante Blanco” and “La Sirga.” But until those movies make it onto DVD, here are five foreign flicks to sate your appetite.

January movie preview

Check out the synopsis for movies coming out in December including: Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones, Lone Survivor, Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, Ride Along, Devil’s Due, The Nut Job, I, Frankenstein, Labor Day, and That Awkward Moment.

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.

‘Kung Fu Dunk’ comes on and slams

It’s the last five minutes of the second half. Your team is down by three. There’s no stopping your ruthless opponents. You take the shot from the free-throw line. You miss. All hope is lost. The game is done.

‘Catching Fire’ sets fire to doubts

“The Hunger Games” left some readers of the “Hunger Games” trilogy wondering how a book-to-movie adaptation could be so bad. But with the second movie of the trilogy, “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” moviemakers blow away fans with a plot that leaves almost nothing from the book out.

‘Shoah’ is definitely an uncompromising epic

In the lonely interior of Poland, far away from any big city or town, is the small village of Chelmno nad Nerem. From 1941 to 1945 it was here that between 152,000 and 340,000 Jews were exterminated. Of the victims kept there, only two survived.

‘Dark World’ is a massive improvement

Now that’s more like it! The first “Thor” film stumbled and presented a story hobbled by unlikable characters and an uninteresting plot. Now, the filmmakers have mostly learned their lessons and released a film finally worthy of the God of Thunder.

‘The Clone Returns Home’: Sci-fi with a twist

In the world of “The Clone Returns Home” cloning a body is possible, but what about the spirit? “Even if you extract the memories and destroy the original body, the original soul will still remain,” says Professor Teshigawara (Toru Shinagawa, “Dark Water”) in a scene from the film.

“Ender’s Game” a faithful translation

“Ender’s Game” as a film is difficult to discuss for fans of the original novel. It falls under the same conundrum that the film adaptation of “Watchmen” fell under, in that the story is more or less directly translated into film, with little to no surprises for fans of the book. For those who never read “Ender’s Game,” this is great, as it provides an easily digestible version of a fantastic, deconstructive story. But will fans of the book feel the same way?

November movie preview

Check out the synopsis for movies coming out in November including: Dallas Buyers Club, Ender’s Game, Last Vegas, Big Sur, Diana, 12 Years a Slave, Free Birds, Man of Tai Chi, About Time, Thor: The Dark World, The Starving Games, The Book Thief, The Wolf of Wall Street, The Best Man Holiday, Charlie Countryman, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Delivery Man, Nebraska, Black Nativity, Frozen, Homefront, Philomena, Oldboy, Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.

Jackass becomes heartfelt with ‘Bad Grandpa’

Jackass and heartwarming — the world thought it wasn’t possible, but in “Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa,” Jackass pulls on the viewers’ heartstrings and proves they are more than just a stunt gang.

Cumberbatch barely saves ‘The Fifth Estate’

Julian Assange and his war on journalistic secrecy will always be remembered. His story doesn’t need to be dramatically retold, as it was a recent landmark event in the world of journalism. Director Bill Condon’s take on the story of WikiLeaks, “The Fifth Estate,” isn’t a very graceful interpretation.

48 Hour Film Challenge: Viewing the results

On the weekend of Oct. 4, over 20 teams — among them UAA’s Film Club and a group of UAA alumni — gathered to write and produce a five-minute short film in a paltry two days. A week later, on the night of the 11th, teams, critics and intrigued audiences gathered at the Bear Tooth Theatre Pub to see the fruits of their labors.

Right and wrong in film ‘Runner, Runner’

Everyone dreams of living a life of richness and being able to get whatever one wants. In the film “Runner, Runner,” billionaire Ivan Block (Ben Affleck, “Argo”) gives Richie Furst (Justin Timberlake, “Trouble with the Curve”) the opportunity to live the dream life. But what is Furst willing to risk for it?

‘Insidious: Chapter 2’ Delivers

“I'll show you,” a young Josh Lambert (Garrett Ryan, “The Young and the Restless) says in a doomful tone in the beginning of “Insidious: Chapter 2,” inviting the viewer to witness the coming horrors.

‘The Family’: Black comedy with heart

Mob boss Giovanni Manzoni (Robert DeNiro, “Silver Linings Playbook”) is on the run from a dangerous gangster who he snitched on prior to the events of the film. He and his family, with the help of Witness Relocation agent Stansfield (Tommy Lee Jones, “Lincoln”), retreat to the village of Normandy, France, and assume new identities.

‘Riddick’ is a mixed return to form

It seems like the producers of the “Chronicles of Riddick” franchise just can’t seem to figure out what to do with it. It started with the low-budget cult film “Pitch Black,” which leaned toward horror and tension.

“Mortal Instruments” must be seen to be believed

By the end of this film, the entire audience in the theater felt a bond like no other. There were nerds, jocks, dates, fans of...