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TERMINATOR SALVATION (2009) Weekly Pick + Review


TERMINATOR SALVATION (2009) PosterTerminator Salvation (2009)

While the real Terminator needs salvation in California, this sequel will scare the recession out of ya. Terminator, a high-concept so good, it eats it's own young. "I am human" - Marcus Wright. Yes. Yes, you are.

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Submitted by Braden on May 18, 2009 - 5:57am



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ANGELS & DEMONS (2009) Weekly Pick + Review


ANGELS & DEMONS (2009) PosterAngels & Demons (2009)

Yin & Yang, Dogs & Cats, Husband & Wife...yeah we get it...polar opposites. Just like Banks and People.

Imagine a world where history actually happened. Long forgotten documents were real and foibles of past beliefs are recounted with heartfelt fear of impending deja vu. Imagine Entertainment, and you've imagined Angels & Demons.

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Submitted by Braden on May 11, 2009 - 8:35am



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STAR TREK (2009) Weekly Pick + Review


Star Trek (2009) PosterStar Trek (2009)

No contest this week. Goofy, almost unwatchable 60s series grows up and gets the Lost / Alias treatment. Kirk as a young man, Spock as a young Vulcan, blah blah blah. Bruce Greenwood gets to come out of the indie world and Winona Ryder gets another post-spree chance. Jennifer Morrison (House) gets to play Momma Kirk.

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Submitted by Braden on May 4, 2009 - 10:45am



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X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERINE (2009) Weekly Pick + Review


X-MEN ORIGINS: WOLVERINE (2009) PosterX-MEN ORIGINS: TANGERINE (2009)

Hello Tangerine. Your mission today is to destroy Pinkberry. All of them. Even the ones in New York. When you finish your mission, we'll buy you that little house on the Cape. And some D & G. Now, that was the original pitch to 20th Century-Fox for the first X-Men Origins movie, A new character, a new direction...

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Submitted by Braden on April 27, 2009 - 2:17pm



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Earth (2009) Weekly Pick + Review


Earth (2009) PosterEarth (2009)

Yes, it's an Earth Day Release. And yes, it's Disney, but don't let that stop you. It's wildly awe-some.

There was fear of Disneyfication (Disney Fiction) of the wonders of our earth, but fear not, the BBC and Discovery have put together an impressive feature. The film is directed by Alastair Fothergill and Mark Linfield, shot by some 60 cameramen and narrated by James Earl Jones. And if Darth Vader can't get you to appreciate the wonders around you, nobody can.

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Submitted by Braden on April 20, 2009 - 6:22am



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