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Movie Review: The Dark Knight

Believe the hype -- this is the Citizen Kane of comic book movies. Read More »

Movie Review: 27 Dresses

Some people incorrectly assume there are no quality "chick flick" films; there certainly are, but this is not one of them. Read More »

Classic Cinema Corner: Amadeus

This Best Picture winner presents a compelling murder mystery against the world of classical music. Read More »

Movie Review: Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

The fourth installment in this fabled franchise is extremely silly and overwhelmingly ridiculous. It also happens to be immensely fun to watch. Read More »

Movie Review: Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay

As a whole, the film is not as hysterical as the first movie, but it still has many funny moments. Read More »

Seven Terrific Films That Are Truly Poor Adaptations

Sometimes drastic differences between the novel and the film versions should not be viewed as negative. Read More »

Movie Review: The Rules of Attraction

Despite some problematic attributes, this Bret Easton Ellis adaptation manages to provide a sufficient measure of entertainment. Read More »

An Analysis of the Arguments Presented in Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed

An examination of the theories and ideas presented in Ben Stein's controversial new documentary about Intelligent Design. Read More »

Classic Cinema Corner: Touch of Evil

This latter-years Orson Welles masterpiece further proves the master filmmaker never lost his flair for celluloid brilliance. Read More »

Movie Review: Iron Man

The summer movie season begins with an outstanding entry in the growing superhero genre. Read More »