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A Million Ways to Die in the West – Review

A Million Ways to Die in the West – Review

Director: Seth MacFarlane - Starring: Seth MacFarlane, Charlize Theron, Amanda Seyfried, Liam Neeson, Giovanni Ribisi, Sarah Silverman, Neil Patrick Harris, Wes Studi, Christopher Hagen... Read On

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Prometheus

Prometheus – Review

It's approaching the end of the twenty first century and two scientists, Elizabeth (Noomi Rapace) and Charlie (Logan Marshall-Green) believe that similar pre-historic cave paintings by unrelated ... Read On

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Snow White and the Huntsman

Snow White and the Huntsman – Review

The widowed king - and father of Snow White (Kristen Stewart) - hasn't been able to love anyone else since the death of his queen. But when he finds a beautiful damsel, Ravenna (Charlize Theron)... Read On

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Young Adult

Young Adult – Review

Mavis (Charlize Theron) writes romantic fiction for young women - at least she's meant to; her series of books has been canceled and she's having trouble coming up with the final volume. She's... Read On

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The Road

The Road – Review

At some unspecified point in the future, mankind has come through some unspecified apocalypse. Landscapes are barren. The sky is white. The weather is bitterly cold. Survivors are scarce and most... Read On

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Hancock

Hancock – Review

Scene 1: Alcoholic super-hero Hancock (Smith) leaves a trail of devastation everywhere he goes, so instead of people loving him and thanking him for saving the city from crime, they hate him for a... Read On

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In the Valley of Elah

In the Valley of Elah – Review

Lifelong military man Hank (Jones) is expecting his son Mike to be returning from a tour of duty in Iraq, but the call he gets from the army base is not the one he was hoping for: Mike has gone AWOL... Read On

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North Country – Review

When Josey (Theron) runs away from her violent husband, she needs to get a decent job to support her kids. Moving back home to her parents' place, she bumps into an old friend, Glory (McDormand), w... Read On

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