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Editor's rating: 
 4.1
 
Friday, 01 February 2008 |  Written by Mel Odom  | 
Elizabeth “Elizabeth” is a return to the pomp and splendor Hollywood used to present decades ago. It’s also the first movie in what is probably going to be a trilogy. The second movie, featuring Cate Blanchett again in the title role of Queen Elizabeth, is “Elizabeth: the Golden Age”. It came out in October of 2007 and will be hitting DVDs in February 2008, so in a month fans of the movies can pick them both up on HD DVD format. I recently read a biography of Queen Elizabeth. I was familiar with most of the country’s economic, political, and religious activities. Elizabeth was an amazing woman who ascended to the throne at a time that would have destroyed most men. The fact that she was a woman and overcame religious conflict makes her successes even more amazing and unparalleled. The movie deals ...
Editor's rating: 
 4.7
 
Friday, 01 February 2008 |  Written by Brian Boles  | 
Hot Fuzz With possibly one of the greatest cop duos in cinematic history, Hot Fuzz is much more than your average slapstick comedy and will have you laughing from beginning to end, and later. While this film is made by the same guys that brought you Shaun of the Dead, do not expect another spoof, because even though it does still include a variety of allusions to other cop films and many film clichés, this is an extremely well written original script. It begins with a fast paced montage of top cop Nicholas Angel (Simon Pegg) and his qualifications as a London police officer, everything from his outstanding arrest record down to his cycling skills. Sure enough his hard work pays off and he is promoted to Sergeant, but comes to learn it’s because he’s making everyone else look bad. He’s being transferred ...
Editor's rating: 
 2.6
 
Friday, 01 February 2008 |  Written by El Bicho  | 
Arctic Tale “Arctic Tale” is a nature documentary telling the story of Nanu the polar bear and Seela the walrus. When the movie opens, Nanu, her mother, and her unnamed twin brother emerge from the cave where the cubs were born. They frolic in the snow, but it’s not all fun and games for the young bears as their mother teaches them to be wary of adult male polar bears. Seela’s first life lesson is one of survival as well. She has to learn how to how to pull herself up onto an ice floe or she could drown. Seela’s mother has an easier time with child rearing as another female walrus, dubbed “Auntie,” helps out. Early in the movie, a polar bear swims after Seela and her mother, but Auntie, being more agile in the water, is able to keep the bear ...
Editor's rating: 
 3.2
 
Tuesday, 01 January 2008 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Blades of Glory It was only a matter of time before someone in the movie industry succeeded in making a male-oriented, mockery film about figure skating. While a giant marketing success, this film proved to fall short of being a truly memorable comedy film. The film is not much more than 90 minutes of Olympic figure skater cameos, semi-slapstick humor, and sexual innuendo. According to Ben Stiller himself, who produced this film, it has always been his life long dream to create a figure skating movie about two guys who must team up. It took him most of his career to gain enough stature with the studios to push the idea for "Blades of Glory" through. "Blades of Glory" is really nothing more than a modern day farce on skating, with several aspects stolen directly from "The Cutting Edge", a film from back in 1992. Jimmy ...
Editor's rating: 
 3.0
 
Tuesday, 01 January 2008 |  Written by Mel Odom  | 
Hurricane, The “The Hurricane” is one of those films that are loved by true movie watchers and not just people who go to the theater to kill an hour and a half or two hours. It has deep, textured storytelling, character building, and plenty of room for an actor as gifted as Denzel Washington to do some of his best work. Too many movies are simply rushed through. “The Hurricane” gathers intensity slowly, the delivers in an overwhelming rush just like its namesake. It helps that the movie has its roots in real life. Reuben “Hurricane” Carter is still alive today and doing his best at seventy years old to help wrongly convicted prisoners get out of prison and get on with their lives. Lesra Martin, the young man whose life was so drastically altered by his encounter with Carter’s book, “The Sixteenth ...
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