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Interstellar : Do Not Rage (PG-13)

“Do not go gentle into that good night,” says the old scientist. “Rage, rage against the dying of the light.” These lines, repeated throughout Christopher Nolan’s film Interstellar, are used to signal a fight for survival. Humanity is on the verge of starvation; abuse has broken the earth and blight has… Read Review

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Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas (PG)

Having spent the last several days reading reviews of Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas, and now sitting down to write my own take, I am reminded of the 2000 presidential election in which both Bush and Gore hired teams of lawyers to sue one another over the results before the votes were even cast. Saving Christmas… Read Review

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Ace in the Hole (Not Rated)

When Chuck Tatum rolls into Albuquerque, his busted car is being towed to a mechanic, but he is nonetheless behind the wheel, casually reading a newspaper.  A bemused, smug expression Tatum wears suggests he is enjoying the ride. I could get used to this. Something is broken, but that brokenness has made his life a… Read Review

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Undefended: Greatest Cameos Of All Time

This week, greatest cameos.   Joshua Gibbs 1. Steve Martin in The Muppet Movie: “Would you like to smell the bottle cap? 2. Dustin Diamond in Made: “Did you just let… Screech in the club?” 3. David Bowie in Zoolander: “If nobody has any objections, I believe I might be of… Read Article

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Nightcrawler: It’s A Free, Free, Free, Free Country (R)

Early in Nightcrawler, Lou Bloom sits with his back against a palm tree, staring at a white sand beach under the California sun. Behind him, a bicycler dismounts and chains up his bike. Bloom smiles. The scene cuts to Bloom pawning the same bike. In any other film, such a scene would stretch our credulity… Read Review

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