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Wednesday, 23 March 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Yogi Bear (3D/2D) (2010) Yogi Bear was never one of my Saturday morning cartoons.  However, it does seem to have a big fan base.  That base was not big enough for it to be one of the first cartoon-film adaptations, but nevertheless it has finally come to the big screen.  Or rather, should I say that the film has come to the small screen. “Yogi Bear” lacks any of the ingenious that one would think of when it comes to a multi-million dollar box office creation.  Instead, this film seems more like it was meant for direct-to-video status.  The plot is all too formulaic and there isn’t anything individually or altogether that really screams motion picture.  This is an 80-minute adaptation of a 30-minute TV spot. The film is riddled with lengthy segments that could have easily been excised.  However, the filmmakers somehow had to get ...
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Thursday, 17 March 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Switch, The (2010) Clichéd, flawed and predictable all rolled into one.  Yet, the film is still somehow engaging.  Well at least during parts.  However, you must decide upfront if you are really in the mood for another one of the cookie-cutter romantic comedies. While I found parts of this film interesting, it is hard to move past the characters’ motivations, or lack there of.  However, what will be will be and you must take the film for what it is; a silly, brainless romance. Kassie (Jennifer Aniston) is a 40-something woman living in New York with no prospect of a boyfriend.  Taking the creation of life into her own hands she decides to get impregnated by a donor.  Her BFF, Wally (Jason Bateman) is against the idea, naturally, because at first it is simply about how much he doesn’t want to be in the “friend ...
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Friday, 11 March 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
127 Hours (2010) “127 Hours,” as you probably known by now was heralded as one of 2010’s best, but underrated films.  James Franco was given the star credit of the film, and as far as I am concerned deserved the Oscar for Best Actor over Colin Firth.  But period films will always win. The film is a inspirational and yet frightening tale of survival.  There is only one question that you will ask yourself during this film.  Would I have the guts to do that?  Aron Ralston is an outdoors adventurer that moonlights as an engineer, something that unfortunately doesn’t really come in handy in his predicament, though he tries. In 2003 Ralston journeyed through the canyons in Utah, telling no one of his destination.  Despite meeting two beautiful women he finds himself trapped.  Misjudging the stability of a boulder, Ralston tumbles down a crevice ...
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Friday, 11 March 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Love & Other Drugs (2010) I’m not quite sure what to make of “Love & Other Drugs.”  This film will be remembered, if really remembered at all, for three things: Love, Drugs and Anne Hathaway’s body.  Let me clarify.  The “love” is the sappy, tragic romance of the film.  The “drugs” is the recapping of the pharmaceutical reps and Viagra.  The “Anne Hathaway’s Body,” well let’s just say she literally spends more time completely nude in the film than dressed. So there you have it in a nutshell.  Jake Gyllenhaal portrays Jamie, a drug representative that is trying to push his way in doctors’ offices.  He is uncertain what to make of his life.  Though intelligent he starts the film off by working at a stereo electronics store.  His other characteristic is typical, and that is he plays the one of the charmer.  He sweet-talks his ...
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Tuesday, 01 March 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Bambi (1942) When we hear of Bambi we immediately think “Disney, Thumper, Forest Fire and Tragic Loss Of A Mother.”  In a manner of speaking, those few words sum up the most obvious praises for the film, “Bambi.”  But the film is so much more. “Bambi” is Disney’s fifth, or fourth if you don’t count “The Reluctant Dragon” cinematic feature, debuting in 1942.  Much like “Fantasia,” “Bambi” finds powerful moments in score-driven sequences as well as silence. Hand-drawn animation is at its best in this feature.  New animation camera work also adds to the powerful images of this release.  The story, which is based on an Austrian author’s work, is simple, but powerful.  Bambi is the prince of the forest, having been birthed by the wisest deer in all the forest. In the spring we watch as Bambi finds his legs and makes new friends, ...
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