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Director Baz Luhrmann took the terse novel and spread it too thin.
Director Lasse Hallstrom fails to paint the same emotion and warmth on the big screen as author Nicholas Sparks paints in his book, "Safe Haven."
Whether it leaves you satisfied or leaves you with a bitter taste, Kathryn Bigelow's 'Zero Dark Thirty' is sure to provide insight into the greatest man hunt of all time unlike any other source has ever accomplished.
Even famous Hollywood actors and live-action singing could not save this 21st century film adaptation of a 19th century novel. "Les Miserables" failed to strike any emotion and should have used small time talented singers instead of big time actors.
Despite having a phenomenal cast with Barbra Streisand and Seth Rogen, "The Guilt Trip" lacks the depth, vigor, and witticism needed to make it a memorable ride.
Director Joe Wright takes a classic novel by Tolstoy and enchants it to fill the needs of today's audience.
How do two families handle a marital affair involving a father and his best friend's daughter? With kettle corn, Christmas carols, and a whole bunch of shenanigans.
Can the spark be restored in a 31-year-old marriage? How about in a 31-year-old marriage where the cable subscription is considered an anniversary present. Check out our review of 'Hope Springs' here.
Imagine writing down the girl of your dreams. Now imagine waking up and seeing her cook you breakfast. That's the premise in this romantic comedy, 'Ruby Sparks.' Read more in our review.
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