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MOVIE REVIEW: Boyhood Offers a Peek into Life Unfolding

MOVIE REVIEW: Boyhood Offers a Peek into Life Unfolding

Boyhood was filmed over the course of 12 years using the same actors, creating a seemingly realistic look into what it is like to be a kid when life often is beyond your control.

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MOVIE REVIEW: Guardians of the Galaxy Worth Watching

MOVIE REVIEW: Guardians of the Galaxy Worth Watching

The dang thing is just so entertaining. These guys can guard my galaxy anytime.

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Muppets Most Wanted’ Shows Kermit’s Range as an Actor

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Muppets Most Wanted’ Shows Kermit’s Range as an Actor

I was afraid this movie was about that case, or worse, they dug up more evidence from when the Muppets took Manhattan in 1984, but no, this is an all-new, exciting motion picture.

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘3 Days to Kill’ Not Killing It in Theaters

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘3 Days to Kill’ Not Killing It in Theaters

“3 Days to Kill” is the kind of movie they usually dump on us in mid February. I think it’s also how much time Luc Besson (“The Transporter”) had when they asked him to write the script.

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘American Hustle,’ Where Facade Is Everything

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘American Hustle,’ Where Facade Is Everything

Irving cares what he looks like while just about everything about him is false. He’s a small-time con artist who meets his match in Sydney (Amy Adams from “Man of Steel”).

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘The Secret Life of Walter Mitty’ Dares Us to Live the Dream

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘The Secret Life of Walter Mitty’ Dares Us to Live the Dream

We are all Walter Mitty in some form. We are all ordinary people with big dreams of doing something extraordinary one day. Very few actually have the courage to take that leap of faith.

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Philomena’ Reunion of Mother, Son Tugs at Heartstrings

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Philomena’ Reunion of Mother, Son Tugs at Heartstrings

This is the true life story of Philomena Lee (played by Judi Dench from “Skyfall”), a young girl in Ireland, who went to a carnival and came home with the boobie – I mean, baby prize. Her father was so ashamed he turned her over to the nuns at the local convent.

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MOVIE REVIEW:”The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” Doesn’t Spark Until Last Act

MOVIE REVIEW:”The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” Doesn’t Spark Until Last Act

Today I was starving, so I went for a second helping of “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.” It’s a shame they could not get the charcoal going

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Gainesville Regal Cinemas Opens November 7

Gainesville Regal Cinemas Opens November 7

| October 15, 2013 | 2 Comments | Bristow Biz

Residents who have been waiting patiently for their own local movie theater will be excited to hear that the Regal Virginia Gateway Stadium 14 & RPX will open Nov. 7 with preview events the week before.

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MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Enough Said’ Honestly Explores Midlife Relationships

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Enough Said’ Honestly Explores Midlife Relationships

| September 29, 2013 | 0 Comments | Arts & Entertainment

Albert is “not attractive in a typical way,” as Eva puts it, but he makes her laugh and she really likes him. Albert and Eva are both at the same stage in life: sending their only daughters off to college and realizing there is nobody on Earth they want to date.

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