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Tuesday, 01 January 2008 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Bourne Ultimatum, The "The Bourne Ultimatum” brings one of the most unique movie series in recent years to a whole new level. “The Bourne Identity” introduced us to a confused Jason Bourne (Matt Damon) looking for answers to his past. “The Bourne Supremacy” took us further into Project Treadstone and the masterminds behind the assassination training program. Now, in “The Bourne Ultimatum” Jason is more confused than ever, and the CIA is not making his life any easier. The third film picks up about 10 minutes after where “Bourne Supremacy” ended. Injured in Moscow, Bourne manages to escape on a train and heads to Waterloo in England. It is there that he meets with Simon Ross (Paddy Considine), a security correspondent for a local newspaper. He has been writing a series of articles on the identity of Jason Bourne, using a source deep inside ...
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Saturday, 01 December 2007 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Wedding Date, The Your sister is getting married in another country. Your family is nutty. The best man is your ex-fiancée. Throw in a hired male gigolo as your wedding date, and you have the recipe for a quirky, yet rather enjoyable romantic comedy film. Kat Ellis (Debra Messing) lives her life alone in New York City. But when her estranged, half sister, Amy (Amy Adams) announces she is getting married in England, she is called upon to be the maid of honor. Nothing out of the ordinary there. But wait. What if the best man at your sister's wedding is your ex-fiancée, whom you are still smitten over? What to do? Well, how about hire a male hooker to be your wedding date? Dermot Mulroney plays Nick Mercer, a $6,000 male gigolo who Kat hires to make her ex-fiancée, Jeffrey, outrageously jealous. Little does Kat know, Jeffrey has no interest in resurrecting their "dumped ...
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Saturday, 01 December 2007 |  Written by Darren Gross  | 
What Dreams May Come Why is it nearly impossible to have sympathy for rich characters in movies? Perhaps there’s something about the realistic physicality of their clothing, their houses, the cars they drive and the middling concerns that they have that are easy to ignore or be unaware of in a book or a play, but become in-your-face obvious and hard to ignore on film. When characters with such privileged upper class lives get to continue their opulent charmed existences for eternity in even more glorious surroundings can an audience honestly be expected to give a damn? Doctor Chris Nielsen (Robin Williams) meets painter Annie (Annabella Sciorra) in Switzerland and they instantly click. Years later, married with two teenage kids, Marie (Jessica Brooks Grant) and Ian (Josh Paddock) the two find their lives shattered when Marie and Ian are both killed in a car accident. Chris recovers from this devastating event, but Annie remains somewhat unstable after a ...
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Saturday, 01 December 2007 |  Written by Mel Odom  | 
We Are Marshall “We Are Marshall” is an emotion-driven blockbuster that twists and turns like a runaway rollercoaster. As you get hooked into the story, propelled by the acting, the story, and the musical score, you’re going to be dragged through pain and loss and uplifted to glorious victory that is the stuff of enduring myths. In 1971, Marshall University of West Virginia suffered a tragic loss of 75 townspeople in a plane crash. Thirty-seven of them were college players; others were coaches, parents, supporters, and sports announcers. With the town depleted of athletes, family, and friends, the Marshall University football program had to start all over from scratch, bend rules, and drive themselves harder than anyone had ever been asked since the inception of the program. David Strathairn plays university president Donald Dedmon, who was a real person, but uninvolved in rebuilding of the program. As it turns out, there are as many events changed to ...
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Saturday, 01 December 2007 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Transformers "More Than Meets The Eye". Those immortal words have great meaning to millions of Transformer fans around the world. So when it was announced that Dreamworks and Michael Bay would be turning the famous 1980s cartoon into a live action film, there was natural skepticism. Even Michael Bay initially thought there was no way he was going to take on the Transformers project. Actor Shia LaBeouf, who plays Sam Witwicky, also thought that they were going to completely destroy the Transformer legacy. I will let you be the judge on whether they succeeded or not. Transformers follow the simplistic good versus evil structure. The Autobots defend the Earth and universe against the Decepticons. The war between them destroyed their home planet, and with the loss of the Allspark, the Transformers followed it to Earth. The Allspark, also known as the Cube, has the ability to instill life in technological equipment. Without this Cube, ...
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