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 4.0
 
Thursday, 11 August 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Mars Needs Moms (3D/2D) (2011) Normally I love Disney products, but “Mars Needs Moms,” eek.  The film goes wrong in some many ways it is hard to keep track.  The film is based on a short story, a bedtime story, by author Berkeley Breathed.  Those with children likely have a pile of his books already on the bedside table.  If not, then you really should. The film takes the imaginative illustrations and story of Breathed and stretches to film 88 minutes of screen time.  As with nearly every short story adaptation, the end film suffers greatly from the unnecessary runtime.  Short stories should be short films, not feature length. In “Mars Needs Moms” Milo, a typical kid who is reluctant to obey his mother (you know, not taking out the trash, not eating broccoli, etc.) finds that Martians have targeted his mother for their planet.  Abducted in ...
Editor's rating: 
 3.5
 
Monday, 25 July 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Be Cool (2005) “Be Cool” is a sequel to “Get Shorty,” arriving a decade after the original.  And while the initial reviews of the film at the time were only so-so, I found the sequel to be surprisingly entertaining.  In fact, I dare say I liked it better than the original. Sure, there are a lot of downers to the film, but looking at the positive side of those negatives makes the film decent.  Many might say the performances are weak, but I found Thurman’s and Travolta’s performances to be spot on with the tongue and cheek nature of the film.  That being said, coupled with my distaste for all things Vince Vaughn, his performance darn near ruined the entire film.  Sure his character was built as annoying, but Vaughn took annoying to a whole new level. The sequel trades in the movie business for ...
Editor's rating: 
 3.9
 
Thursday, 21 July 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Source Code (2011) Alright, Hollywood, say it with me, “originality.”  Now, was that so hard?  “Source Code” is Hollywood’s latest product combining every major sci-fi film premise in the past decade.  Sure, there is some entertainment value here.  But where are the stories that leave an audience stunned or thinking. “Source Code” combines the premises of “Back To The Future,” “Déjà vu,” “Unstoppable” and several other well-known films of the recent past.  I don’t mind that so much, but the filmmakers didn’t take this film anywhere new.  It just throws all the films into one. The film takes place somewhere in the present or near future, though this is speculation as no time period is set.  Jake Gyllenhaal is a captain in the Air Force and finds himself in the middle of a time experiment project.  He is being sent into the past to find ...
Editor's rating: 
 3.8
 
Monday, 20 June 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Sucker Punch (Extended Cut) (2011) I am willing to bet that like myself, the majority you were not expecting what you were delivered when you first watched this film.  The trailers seem to promise something so different than the end result.  As such, "Sucker Punch" is probably one of the worst films of the year, but at the same time retaining so much potential. Zack Snyder, famed for his directions of "300" and "Watchmen," fans were expecting a whole lot more the seasoned director.  Instead, what we get is a titillating, fanboy wet dream surround by some of the most non-cohesive and under-developed plot ideas and characters.  Snyder presents us with two different films, minimum, at the same time. First, we have Baby Doll (Emily Browning), who has been committed to a shady psychiatric institution after a disaster with her stepfather and little sister.  This became my ...
Editor's rating: 
 2.5
 
Thursday, 16 June 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Hair (1979) "Hair" is symbolic of the Vietnam war protest era, and is that era's shining star.  Without a doubt, this film will have a greater impact for those that went through the 60s and 70s.  However, for those of a later generation, you may find this film to be extremely dated. "Hair" is a 1979 film based on the 1968 Broadway musical.  The musical was later revived in 1977 and again in 2009.  Several adaptations of the musical have also appeared in other theaters around the world.  Given the era it was surprising that "Hair" actually made it onto the Broadway scene given its controversy. The film version does not reach the caliber of other musicals turned film such as "Fiddler On The Roof," "Cabaret" and "Chicago."  Still, the film offers a nice immortalizing of the era. Like all Vietnam-way era films, "Hair" is ...
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