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Thursday, 23 February 2012 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Martha Marcy May Marlene (2011) “Martha Marcy May Marlene” is an oddly intimate and disturbing look at the life of young, beautiful woman who becomes lost in a religious cult somewhere in the Catskills.  It is intriguing, but drifts around quite a bit throughout the runtime. I will warn you now.  If you have no interest in independent films or films that don’t come right out with a predictable plot, then this is not the film for you.  “MMMM” is as downright independent and deep-thought provoking as a film gets.  And unfortunately, many of the viewers out there won’t understand it one bit.  In all honesty, I don’t think I fully understood the film.  However, I applaud the film for its refreshing cast and originality. Elizabeth Olsen makes here big debut in this Durkin film.  And I must say, that without a doubt, she is the key ...
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Tuesday, 14 February 2012 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Lady And The Tramp (Diamond Edition) (1955) There really is no need for an introduction to Disney’s classic “Lady And The Tramp.”  Sure, it perhaps often overlooked when considering the trove of Disney treasures.  However, this film remains one of my all-time favorites.   The film has everything needed to be successful.  There is a simple but yet complex story.  There is song.  There is romance.  There is adventure.  Simply put, there is fun.  Fun has always been a Disney specialty.   I could provide a whole history on the making of “Lady And The Tramp,” its influence on cinema, etc.  However, I’m sure most looking for this title are simply interested in the quality of the Blu-ray release.  Well, dear readers, it is a pleasure to inform you of the spectacular quality of this release in all aspects.   As we have come to expect, Disney has not let us down with ...
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Monday, 23 January 2012 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Real Steel (2011) It is becoming more and more rare that I end up agreeing with the mass public about the status of a recent film.  Perhaps I am becoming obsolete in terms of what is deemed a good movie nowadays. Or maybe I am just too jaded.  Either way, I will continue on here with my thoughts on “Real Steel.” Somehow this film is rated by many critics and the general population as one of the best movies of 2011.  I’m sorry.  I just don’t see it.  Not even remotely.  It is beyond contrived with acting the teeters on acting.  It is just that simple.  Anyone who can’t see at least a dozen previously released films rolled up in this one obviously hasn’t seen very many films. “Real Steel” is more than just predictable, contrived, derivative.  This film is the first film that was ...
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Monday, 19 December 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Dolphin Tale (3D/2D) (2011) Brace yourself.  There is virtually nothing about “Dolphin Tale” that is original.  Combine “Homeward Bound” with “Free Willy” and you have “Dolphin Tale.”  I can’t decide whether it is the actors, the directing, the screenplay or the characters that cause the biggest problems.  Or maybe it is all of the above.  Yeah, that’s it. “Dolphin Tale” is one of the slowest moving films for the first hour.  In that hour, and throughout the film, you are saturated with excruciatingly long pauses and useless sequences.  It won’t take you more than 10 minutes of the film before you want to toss the lead kid off a cliff.  I’m not exaggerating.  Chalk it up to a combination of the direction and the actor and the screenwriting, but the kid just stares at people in every sequence.  Routinely it is a simple yes or ...
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Tuesday, 13 December 2011 |  Written by Noah Fleming  | 
Fright Night (3D/2D) (2011) So, if you are like me, you probably can tell how this film is going to turn out just based on the title, “Fright Night 3D.”  Luckily, I was pleasantly surprised, well somewhat. This film’s biggest problem is that it is a straight rip off of a number of films but most notably three.  “Fright Night” is nothing more than “Disturbia” meets “Twilight” meets “Cirque du Freak.”  The former two explain the premise of this film better than I ever could.  Essentially, suburban community, new neighbor, suspicious activity, murders, vampire neighbor, showdown.  That’s it. A boy faces the challenge of killing his vampire neighbor before he turns everyone in the community into a vampire.  Of course, no one believes him because, it’s a vampire he’s talking about.  A fake Las Vegas magician becomes his ally and informant.  His girlfriend plays the strong ...
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