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  • Film Review: '22 Jump Street' not a total time-waster

    Film Review: '22 Jump Street' not a total time-waster
    When the original “21 Jump Street” feature was released a year and a half ago, I wrote that, given its lame TV origins, “the movie is better than it has any right to be.” If there’s one thing more craven and pointless than resurrecting dead TV shows for the big screen, it’s totally commercially driven sequels. (Well, actually, there’s another contender: totally commercially driven remakes of films that were fine the first time around, e.g., “The Amazing Spider-Man.”)
  • DVD Review: 'The Lego Movie' deserves its acclaim

    The team of Phil Miller and Chris Lord have pulled off the coup of making two of year's most entertaining films so far — "22 Jump Street" (released last month) and "The Lego Movie" (from February). The latter is out now in various home entertainment...

    Film Review: Same plot line, very different film

    Film Review: Same plot line, very different film
    In this action movie from apocalyptic blockbuster specialist Roland Emmerich ("Independence Day," "The Day After Tomorrow," "2012"), the White House is successfully invaded by terrorists, the president is captured and no one can save the day other than...

    Film Review: 'G.I. Joe's' retaliation against us all

     Film Review: 'G.I. Joe's' retaliation against us all
    To summarize the economics behind "G.I. Joe: Retaliation": the 2009 "G.I. Joe: Rise of the Cobra" made enough moolah ($150 million domestic, $150 million elsewhere) to justify — nay, demand — a sequel. As for the aesthetics of the film, "G.I....

    Film review: Steven Soderbergh's 'Haywire' puts up a great fight

    Film review: Steven Soderbergh's 'Haywire' puts up a great fight
    Nearly half of Steven Soderbergh's films could be characterized as thrillers or crime films. Within the Soderbergh spectrum, the new “Haywire” falls a lot closer to “The Limey” in terms of tone and focus than to the “Ocean's&...