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Tuesday, 31 May 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Billy Madison (1995) It is hard to argue that Adam Sandler has had a tremendous career.  Not everyone is a fan of the man, and likely for good reason.  However, Sandler has permeated television, music and film.  After a success on Saturday Night Live, Sandler landed his first feature role in “Billy Madison.” The film, also written by the star, has received mixed reviews from critics and fans.  Taking the film for what it is it is quite successful, however flawed it may be.  The film was not successful when measured in a monetary form.  It earned a paltry amount at the box office.  However, this is likely due to the fact that the world was not ready for Sandler yet.  Had Sandler gained more popularity in pop culture “Billy Madison” would likely have been more successful, like “Happy Gilmore.” The film has done well ...
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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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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.  ...
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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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Thursday, 31 March 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Teen Wolf (1985) “Teen Wolf” was expected to be a big hit, given that it starred “back To The Future’s” Michael J. Fox.  Unfortunately, the film failed to spark any imagination or provide audiences with a real thrill ride.  Teen Wolf is a basically a comedy spoof on the horror werewolf genre.  However, it fails to really provide us with more than a paint by numbers story. The film is a bit of a mystery though.  To garner it more attention it was released after “Back To The Future,” though having been completed before the latter.  This worked extremely well for the film.  The film is still known as a success, yet no one seems to actually remember much of the film, let alone seen it at all. “Teen Wolf” has a cult following for those stuck in that 80s genre.  Take the film for ...
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