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Tuesday, 01 April 2008 |  Written by Mel Odom  | 
Evan Almighty The overall premise behind “Evan Almighty” isn’t that almighty. The idea that God has commanded a modern-day man to build an ark is a little weak to begin with.  Since the movie is a comedy, viewers know that there’s not really going to be a hugely suspenseful life-or-death situation.  Maybe if the world was facing a flood caused by Global Warming the idea of building an ark would be more enticing – except that we have lots of boats and ships everywhere, not to mention submarines and aircraft carriers. So the idea is limited in today’s market.  Putting the ark in a land-locked state, in the middle of a high-class residential community, is a step in the right direction.  But it’s still not mind-grabbing. The movie is a sequel to “Bruce Almighty”, which starred Jim Carrey.  Carrey was offered the sequel, but ...
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Tuesday, 01 April 2008 |  Written by Darren Gross  | 
Invasion, The (2007) When a space shuttle makes an unscheduled (and seemingly panicked) return to earth, it burns up on reentry and crashes across miles of open fields.  Investigators attempt to quarantine the area, but find many nearby townspeople have been in contact with debris from the ship.  Investigating scientists, in hazmat suits, tell visiting CDC biologist, Tucker Kaufman (Jeremy Northam), that pieces of the wreckage contains a virus that that has never been seen before, which managed to survive both the cold of space and the intense heat of reentry.  Immediately afterwards, in a scene that’s nonsensical and distracting, a young girl runs up to Tucker with a piece of debris that’s covered in infectious matter, so naturally, he grabs it with his bare hands, cuts his finger on it, then drops it, gets into his car and drives away, without another ...
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Saturday, 01 March 2008 |  Written by El Bicho  | 
Elizabeth: The Golden Age Nominated for two well-deserved Academy Awards for Best Actress and Best Costume Design, "Elizabeth: The Golden Age" finds Cate Blanchett and director Shekhar Kapur returning to the world they created in 1998’s award-winning "Elizabeth." As the film opens, the year is 1585. Devout Catholic King Phillip II (Jordi Mollà) of Spain, the most powerful empire at the time, has thrown Europe into a holy war. The only thing that stands in his way is England and its Protestant Queen. Elizabeth’s cousin Mary Queen of Scots (Samantha Morton) is in prison at Fotheringhay Castle. She is next in line, has a son unlike The Virgin Queen, and is considered the rightful ruler of the country by Catholics. There is a fear among Elizabeth’s court that Catholics are likely to assassinate her in order to place Mary on the throne, which is why her ...
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Saturday, 01 March 2008 |  Written by El Bicho  | 
Pride & Prejudice "Pride and Prejudice," Jane Austen’s best-known novel, is given the cinematic treatment once again with Keira Knightly starring as our heroine Elizabeth Bennett under first-time feature director Joe Wright. The story is set in the English countryside at the beginning of the 19th century. Elizabeth lives with her family on a modest farm. The girls are all unmarried, a worry to Mrs. Bennett (Brenda Blethyn) because should Mr. Bennett (Donald Sutherland) pass away, his cousin Mr. Collins (Tom Hollander) will inherit the farm. Elizabeth has dreams of romantic love. When word gets out that wealthy bachelor named Mr. Bingley (Simon Woods) is moving into the neighborhood, Mrs. Bennett gets motivated. She introduces her daughters to him at a ball where he and Jane (Rosamund Pike) appear to be taken with each other. Elizabeth meets Bingley’s friend, Mr. Darcy (Matthew Macfadyen), but he’s ...
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Saturday, 01 March 2008 |  Written by El Bicho  | 
For Love of the Game Based on the book by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Michael Shaara, “For Love of the Game” tells the story of Billy Chapel (Kevin Costner), a baseball pitcher for the Detroit Tigers. He has had a 19-season career that should get him into the Hall of Fame, but those glory days are long behind him. The Tigers are in the bottom of the standings and Chapel’s 40-year-old arm is bothering him. As the film opens, the team is in New York to play the Yankees, who are battling the Red Sox for the pennant at the close of the season. Beating the Tigers is just a formality. The night before the game, Chapel has dinner plans set with Jane (Kelly Preston); this appears to be a regular occurrence; however, he is stood up. When morning comes, he is very upset that she didn’t ...
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