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Rise of the Planet of the Apes - The Review

THIS is how you reboot a franchise Tim Burton!

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30 Minutes Or Less Could Actually Benefit From Being About That Length, Unfortunately

I have been looking forward to 30 Minutes Or Less, the second movie from Zombieland director Ruben Fleischer, basically since it was announced. Fleischer and Jesse Eisenberg had teamed up for a cool and inventive action-comedy that received near-universal acclaim in 2009, and now they were doing it again for a buddy comedy about a pizza delivery guy who is forced to rob a bank. Oh, and Aziz Ansari, Danny McBride and Nick Swardson were rounding out the cast.  It sounded like it was going to be another fun flick from the former commercial and music video director.

So why didn’t I like it as much as I wanted to?

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"Stake Land" - The Review

"Stake Land" pumps new blood into the vampire genre.

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GonzoGeek vs. Comic-Con 2011

It's finally here. The biggest geek weekend of the year, San Diego Comic-Con International, starts tonight.  We've got a four-man crew out in California to deliver as much coverage as we can manage over the next five days. The only thing standing in our way is the 100,000 other fans lining up to get in each panel. Stay tuned for posts throughout the weekend. You can also follow Bruce, John and Matt on Twitter. Stephe hasn't taken the social media leap yet, but you'll hear from him thi...

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X-Men:  First Class - the review

Taking a look at the new X-Men movie.

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‘Hamill’ Is Only Inspirational If You’re A Deaf Kid Who Dreams Of Becoming An Asshole

“Hamill” tells the story of UFC fighter Matt Hamill's struggles with hearing impairment, focusing heavily on his first two years of college.  It is a boring, ham-handed attempt at making “Deaf Rocky” and ultimately presents the thesis that everyone in the world is an asshole, and being deaf shouldn’t stop you from joining the party.

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Hesher Isn't Perfect, But I Kind Of Feel Like That's The Point

Sometimes you hear the short pitch for a movie and you're sold right away. For example, "Simon Pegg and Nick Frost find out aliens are real," or "Jeff Bridges in a Coen Brothers movie."  Well here's the elevator pitch for Hesher: "Joseph Gordon-Leavitt is a burnout metalhead who inserts himself into a bullied teen's life."

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Thor - the review

Our resident Thor-phile reviews the Thunder God's cinematic arrival.

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Bridesmaids Doesn't Have To Be The Hangover, It's Already Funny

During my foray into the Great White Weird of Austin back in March for the interactive half of South by Southwest, I had an opportunity to catch a midnight preview of Bridesmaids. By "opportunity" I meant I stood outside of the theater for about an hour until they let me pay $10 to get in, so yeah, I'm a pretty big deal.  I watched Paul Feig get out of a CAR, you guys.

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11 For 2011 - Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

The first in an 11 part series, wherein our fearless writer tries to fill in some significant gaps in his cinematic resume.

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