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Friday, 13 July 2012 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Under The Tuscan Sun (2003) Say what you will about rom-coms, but “Under The Tuscan Sun” has an aurora about it that makes it rather enjoyable.  The film is adapted from a best-selling book (ever notice how the only books you ever hear of are always “best-selling”).  There are a couple of twists in the characters, but other than that, “Under The Tuscan Sun” is not much more than standard romantic plot lines. The film follows Frances (Lane) after her divorce.  She accepts a friend’s trip to Tuscany in order to move on with her life.  While she is there she impulsively buys a villa that is in desperate need of renovations.  Still, anything in Tuscany is absolutely beautiful. Frances finds herself discovering what life has to offer through dramatic and comedic moments, usually involving the three workers at her villa.  Frances is open to finding love ...
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Monday, 02 July 2012 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Mirror Mirror (2012) Everything in Hollywood comes in twos.  That used to be true.  Now its, everything in Hollywood comes in threes.  The latest batch is centered on fairy tales.  In this particular case, the fairy tale of Snow White. At roughly the same time we have the television show “Once Upon A Time,” then Universal’s “Snow White & The Huntsman,” and finally Fox’s “Mirror Mirror.”  Unfortunately for us today, “Mirror Mirror” happens to be the dud of the batch. The film is easily explained as one-note.  Everything is bland.  The characters have no depth.  The writing tries to be comedic but ends up being nothing more than a lame stand up comedy routine.  The film’s story is almost a background to the legend of Snow White except for the characters are not quite the same.  For example, the seven dwarves don’t have the right ...
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Monday, 25 June 2012 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Wrath Of The Titans (3D/2D) (2012) “Wrath Of The Titans” is the sequel to 2010’s bust “Clash Of The Titans.”  I am going to admit right off the bat that I actually enjoyed the first film more than the second.  Sure, the first film was plagued by every filmmaking nuance in the book, but the sequel just doesn’t fill itself out enough for me to thoroughly enjoy it. My biggest issue with the sequel, more so than the original, is the liberties taken with Greek mythology.  Now, this is true of every film about Greek mythology so I can’t throw all the blame on this film.  However, it is a pet peeve of mine.  While “Wrath Of The Titans” is not horrible there still is the fact that Andromeda was Perseus’ wife, not IO.  Gods don’t die from being hit with each other’s powers, unlike here where ...
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Friday, 01 June 2012 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (3D/2D Combo) (2012) I don’t know exactly why, but it seems lately the films I enjoy most get the worst critic ratings and sometimes worst fan ratings as well.  This is a case of both.  “Journey 2: The Mysterious Island” was actually a lot of good fun.  Even without kids I enjoyed the sequel more than the first I dare say. The sequel has faults, sure, most ever sequel does.  However, the adventure seems more unified this time around.  There is a change of cast members, basically just Josh Hutcherson is the only remaining original cast member.  Dwayne Johnson joins the party as does Luis Guzman, Vanessa Hudgens and Michael Caine. What does the sequel lack?  Well, particularly, it is the lack of explanations.  The disappearance of Josh’s uncle as well as their Icelandic tour guide from the first film.  Not even a mention.  Also, ...
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Tuesday, 29 May 2012 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
John Carter (3D/2D Combo) (2012) I know there is a big history to the Jon Carter saga.  However, I did not follow the writings and therefore will not begin to speculate on the consistencies or lack thereof between the two.  For it is, John Carter is a decent film.  Somehow I do not understand the reasons behind the uproar that this film caused during its theatrical release. “John Carter” is not a perfect film by any means.  However, it certainly is not as horrible to require a studio head to resign over its theatrical failure.  The film is actually a fun ride.  Sure the beginning starts a bit slow but it pickups as the film runs on.  I know that is not a recipe for success but it doesn’t doom it to the pits. John Carter is a man of Earth during the civil war.  He is ...
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