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 4.4
 
Tuesday, 05 April 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Tron: Legacy (3D/2D) (2010) Note: This review is based on the disc contained in the 5-disc “Tron: Legacy”/“Tron” Blu-ray package. I don’t know about you but I was fairly nervous when the studio announced that a sequel to “Tron” would be released in 2010.  I pretty much knew what to expect when it came to the visuals.  The studio would pull out all the stops and create a digital grid worthy of a 2010 sequel.  However, what would the story be like?  Would the characters be complete?  How would the first and second movie tie together?  Would there be a tie?  Would this be yet another crash and burn sequel?  The questions are endless.  However, when I sat down and viewed “Tron: Legacy” in 3D most of those worries disappeared. Disney has managed to pull off a sequel 30 years after the original that nicely ties ...
Editor's rating: 
 3.9
 
Tuesday, 05 April 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Tron (1982) Note: This review is based on the disc contained in the 5-disc “Tron: Legacy”/“Tron” Blu-ray package. Categorizing “Tron” is actually tougher than you might think.  The film is nostalgic on the one hand and terribly inconsistent on the other.  The CG is horrendous today and yet amazing for its time.  The acting is engaging but the script is underwhelming.  “Tron” is nonsensical yet filled to the brim with deeper issues.  However you view the film, it is fairly undeniable that “Tron” is a true representation of the early 1980s. The box labels this film as a “Tron: The Original Classic.”  Classic may be taking it a bit too far.  However, I am sure there are those out there that would whole-heartedly disagree.  But here is why I would argue against the classic stance.  For someone that watches the film for the first ...
Editor's rating: 
 4.1
 
Monday, 04 April 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Black Swan (2010) “Black Swan” comes from the mind of Darren Aronofsky and embodies the spirit of his past works as well as giving nods to other filmmakers of the genre, such as David Lynch.  The film is sure to spark controversy among audiences.  However, for those that are interested in this type of work are sure to love this film.  Others may find it a bit fruitless. This is not one of those films that you can casually sit down and watch.  It cannot be viewed without thought or intent.  “Black Swan” demands your full attention, and for once some actual brainpower.  I know, brainpower for a film.  “Black Swan” is filled with deeper meanings and twists that make you contemplate on the story and images.  For many that are not used to a intricate film, it may take a few viewings to ...
Editor's rating: 
 2.8
 
Monday, 04 April 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Material Girls (2006) To my surprise, “Material Girls” was actually released in theaters.  I thought for sure that the film was direct-to-video.  After giving it a watch it should have stayed on the shelf.  It seems that filmmakers were simply intent on capitalizing on the sweetness of the Duff sisters rather than provide us with any substantial content. I am taking this film for what it is, and even then it falls deep into the abyss of terrible films.  Hilary Duff’s “Beauty & The Briefcase” was at least cute and right on target for its demographic.  However, the insults created by “Material Girls” are astounding.  Seriously, watch the film and then think to yourself, the studio actually thought this is a type of film that I would like to watch.  It is insulting. Bringing the Duff sisters together for a film is a great idea.  ...
Editor's rating: 
 3.5
 
Thursday, 31 March 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde (2003) I have no problem admitting that I actually loved “Legally Blonde.”  But I have a slightly harder time admitting that actually like the sequel.  It is a typical sequel than many tear to shreds mind you, but I still found it quite enjoyable.  It doesn’t rank anywhere near the original film, but it still possesses a few qualities that may satisfy some viewers. “Legally Blonde 2” brings Elle Woods (Reese Witherspoon” back to the screen.  Have graduated law school at the end of the first film she is now a big attorney in Boston.  Meanwhile, her fiancée, Luke Wilson, is teaching at Harvard Law School.  While planning her wedding she realizes that she needs to find the mother of her dog, Bruiser.  Okay, so somehow a detective is able to find out the whereabouts of one little dog’s mother.  I have ...
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