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Monday, 18 April 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 1 (2010) By this point, a decade after the initial film’s release, we have come to understand how successful and how undeniable the Harry Potter saga has come to be in our culture.  No other film franchise has been able to reach the level of success that Harry Potter has had.  Other studios have tried with films such as “Percy Jackson.”  Even the “Twilight” series has failed to capture the audience that Harry Potter has. From the very first film, through the last to be sure, the cast of these films has brought us to the edge of our seats.  Using our imaginations while reading the books was terrific, but it is great to see them acted out for us.  It is like reading Shakespeare and then watching the Shakespearian play.  At the same time it is also true from the first film ...
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Monday, 18 April 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Incredibles, The (2004) For a long time now I have been waiting for the release of “The Incredibles” on Blu-ray.  It is without a doubt my favorite of the Disney/Pixar films, right next to “Finding Nemo.”  I do have a bias toward this film given my work on the film.  However, that aside, the film is one of Pixar’s strongest all-around productions. Brad Bird’s “The Incredibles” gives the audience something to enjoy regardless of your age.  It has adventure for the kids and family dynamics for the adults.  Thos two elements come together perfectly to make this a true animated classic. First, the characters in the film are well constructed.  Each character has a distinct presence on screen and a true purpose.  The characters are driven by a terrific script and great voice acting.  Each subplot is given just the right amount of attention and ...
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Monday, 11 April 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Chronicles Of Narnia: The Voyage Of The Dawn Treader (2010) Growing up, the CS Lewis Narnia novels were among my favorites.  I was quite pleased with the first and second Narnia films, the first more than the second.  However, when it comes to the third, the film has lost its since of adventure and fantasy.  But the bigger problem with “Voyage Of The Dawn Treader” is the additions made to the film versus the book. With the “Harry Potter” series it is all about what to leave out of the film versus the book.  With this third Narnia film it is the opposite.  The writers have added many elements to try and make the film for adventurous, but they weren’t needed. At the end of the second film we learn that Susan And Peter have grown up and learned all they can from the land and won’t be returning again.  They make ...
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Monday, 11 April 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Fiddler On The Roof (40th Anniversary Edition) (1971) Argue with me if you would like, but as far as I am concerned there is not refuting that this is a classic film title.  It symbolizes all that musical adaptations could be and everything that was great about Hollywood before its dive into pop-genre junk.  The film also inspired a short-lived revival of musical adaptations. Musical adaptations reigned supreme in the 60s until numerous flops for all the major studios resulted in their demise.  MGM gave it another go when “Fiddler On The Roof” garnered success as the longest-running Broadway play at the time.  The success of “Fiddler On The Roof” brought forth a new musical era with other productions such as “Cabaret.” By today’s standards, “Fiddler On The Roof” would be seen as much too long and boring and drawn out.  Well, news for those young audiences members, this film ...
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Monday, 11 April 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Little Fockers (2010) Oh dearie my.  Have we really reached the point in which a moderately successful first film and less than appealing second film gets the green light for a third (and hopefully final) disastrous film.  Seriously.  What were the studio, writers, director, and actors thinking with this one.  There is absolutely nothing here folks. I can tell you, looking you dead in the eyes, that I did not laugh once during this film.  I didn’t even come close.  I couldn’t even crack a smile.  I sat writhing in pain in my seat.  I tried to figure if there was any way to get through the film on double speed.  Unfortunately, not.  And it wasn’t for a lack of trying.  I warn you now, stay far away from this title.  You will lose more than just 98 minutes of your life, you will ...
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