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Tuesday, 05 May 2009 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Ferris Bueller's Day Off (Bueller...Bueller...Edition) (1986) "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" is the quintessential example of a film classic.  It is by far the best of the John Hughes films.  Every child of the 80s remembers this film clearly.  It has more memorable lines than any other film I can think of.  Bueller truly stands the test of time.  It is cheesy, but oh so beautiful. The film follows Ferris Bueller (Matthew Broderick), a high-school student that is smart but lazy.  He is suffering from senioritis big time.  The film opens with him faking an illness so that he can take a ninth sick day.  His parents buy his act, but his sister, Jeanie (Jennifer Grey) doesn't buy it and will set out later in the day to catch him in the act. Jeffrey Jones plays our favorite school principal Edward R. Rooney.  He is also out to catch ...
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Wednesday, 22 April 2009 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Hotel For Dogs "Hotel For Dogs" got some hype when it was released, but it ultimately fell flat.  The film has some cute moments, but there is not much more beyond that.  Personally, I am torn, as I love dogs and had high hopes for the film.  So, it depends on what you are watching this film for.  For me it lies in the middle of the grading range. Two siblings, Andi (Emma Roberts) and Bruce (Jake T. Austin) are foster children.  We don't know what happened to their parents, but seemingly they died.  The pair is 16 and 11 years old, respectively.  Bernie is their child services representative, and is trying like crazy to find them a permanent home.  I can see where this is leading already. Andi and Bruce (not the names that I would have chosen for this children's characters, but hey, ...
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Friday, 17 April 2009 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Mean Girls (2004) I hate to admit it, but Lindsay Lohan is not a terrible actress.  Throughout the years her films have been adequate.  They are not classics by any means, but they are entertaining.  All the paparazzi aside, Lohan comes across as a wholesome girl on screen.  Even back to the days of "The Parent Trap," Lohan had great on screen presence.  "Mean Girls" is no exception. "Mean Girls" is a typical teenage girly film.  But it has its place in comedic films.  Even guys can find something about this film.  The film is an over-exaggeration of high-school life.  It is entertaining to say the least. "Mean Girls" is about Cady Heron, a teenage girl who was born in Africa.  Upon receiving a tenure position, her parents move her back to the United States, where everything is foreign to her.  She is attending a ...
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Wednesday, 08 April 2009 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Yes Man (2008) "Yes Man" is Jim Carrey's latest venture.  If you are anything like me, you saw the trailer for this film and just about near peed your pants.  Audiences seemed to buy it as it is still in some theaters and has grossed almost $100 million.  However, if you really take a look at the film, it is not as crack up as it was meant to be. I had high expectations going into this film.  With Jim Carrey's past repertoire including "Ace Ventura" and "The mask," who wouldn't have great expectations?  Sadly, we are left feeling empty and cheated.  This is unfortunately, one of those films where the trailer contains every one of the hilarious moments of the film, leaving the rest of the dull. Jim Carrey stars as Carl Allen, a man who has been hurt in the past and has ...
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Tuesday, 10 March 2009 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Role Models (Unrated) (2008) "Role Models" debuted in theaters in late 2008, grossing nearly $70 million.  That is not too shabby for such a weak comedy.  The film has its moments, but in the end it is the same old comedy time and time again.  The only saving grace to the film is the chemistry between the two lead actors.  Seann William Scott and Paul Rudd play nicely off of each other, despite the weak script. The film is centered on two men, Danny (Paul Rudd) and Wheeler (Seann Willian Scott).  The duo work for Minotaur drinking company, a caffeinated drink much like Red Bull.  The team goes from school to school giving seminars on the drink, a basic promotion.  Somehow they are able to do this for years without running out of schools to visit.  Just the amount of schools they go to in ...
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