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Marc Horowitz Posted: Sep 06, 2006 0 comments
Universal
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Dave Chappelle is a funny man, and his Block Party has some good la
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Marc Horowitz Posted: Jul 05, 2006 0 comments
Paramount
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Event Horizon is a suspenseful and entertaining interstellar-hor
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Ken Korman Posted: Mar 05, 2009 0 comments
Miramax/Buena Vista
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The end-of-the-world movie has evolved
Mike Mettler Posted: Apr 05, 2011 0 comments

“It’s a timeless record with so much detail,” says surround-sound remix guru Richard Chycki about Rush’s 1981 masterpiece, Moving Pictures. “I’m glad you’ve clued into all of the nuances.” Chycki is referring to what I said to him last week about the PCM 5.1 and DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 mixes he did for MP’s 30th anniversary reissue. Today marks the release of the CD+DVD version, something certainly worth getting if you’re not equipped for Blu-ray — but the much preferred Holy Grail CD+BD version won’t be out until May 3.

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Sol Louis Siegel Posted: Jan 14, 2006 0 comments
The Wages of Fear The Criterion Collection
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Rad Bennett Posted: Feb 25, 2009 0 comments
Sony
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When a group of teens goes blitzing around lower Manh

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Sol Louis Siegel Posted: Sep 06, 2006 0 comments

Director Louis Malle made his feature debut in 1958 at age 24 with Elevator to the Gallows (The Criterion Collection; Movie •••½, Picture/Sound •••½, Extras •••½), a coolly controlled tale of a murder plot gone awry.

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Marc Horowitz Posted: Mar 12, 2007 0 comments
Universal
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A baby hasn't been born on Earth
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Mel Neuhaus Posted: Dec 12, 2007 0 comments

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Josef Krebs Posted: Oct 11, 2009 0 comments
Call me crazy, but I couldn't help seeing Coraline as an indictment of capitalism. I'm referring to the part of capitalism that, with its eye-popping advertising, promises everything you thought would make you happy but actually offers a mostly gray, overworked existence in which you're a slave to the computer, you have no time for your family, and your soul is not your own.
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Rad Bennett Posted: Jul 15, 2011 0 comments

The first animated movie by Pirates of the Caribbean auteur Gore Verbinski, Rango isn’t your average cartoon. Above all else, it’s a western, having so many references, tributes, and in-jokes about the old American frontier that you expect Frankie Laine to come in on the soundtrack, singing his theme song from Tim Conway’s 1967 sitcom of the same name.

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Brandon Grafius Posted: Feb 03, 2006 0 comments

If something scared an audience the first time, it should work again, right? And the third, fourth, and fifth times, yes? Well, House of Wax (Warner; Movie •½, Picture/Sound ••••, Extras ••) steals its title from a Vincent Price vehicle, but it's little more than an amateurish excuse to slice and dice attractive teens.

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Marc Horowitz Posted: May 04, 2011 0 comments

File this one under Wasted Potential. The Green Hornet does have plenty of visual style, courtesy of director Michel Gondry. It also has the likable Seth Rogen as the title character, the awesome Christoph Waltz (Oscar winner for Inglourious Basterds) as the bad guy, and Cameron Diaz as the brainy eye candy.

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Rad Bennett Posted: Nov 09, 2006 0 comments
HBO
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Once again, HBO goes where other networks dare not, with a series that

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