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Letter to the Editor: Palestinian memorial fails to promote unification

I first of all would like to begin by applauding Peace Action for putting up its memorial for the Palestinian villages destroyed when Israel...

Letter to the Editor: Student film is something to see

As producer of the film "Dormitory of Doom," I'm going to have to come to the defense of my movie. The date it's being...

Movie Review: Bad acting, boring hero leaves ’88 minutes’ lacking

It is always a shame when a movie with so much promise turns out to be a disappointment. In "88 Minutes," John Gramm (Al Pacino) works as a college professor and a psychiatrist for the FBI. Upon receiving a phone call in which someone threatens to kill him in "88 minutes," Gramm must narrow down the suspects ­­­- who are all pretty much his students - before time runs out.

Movie Review: ‘Leatherheads’ showcases actors’ talent

Whether the film's story is necessarily true, "Leatherheads" successfully captures the time period of the 1920s with its speakeasies, jazz music and struggling institution...

Movie Review: Dr. Seuss tale translates well to big screen

"Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!" was one of my favorite books as a child. Considering Hollywood's recent tarnishing of "Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas" and "Dr. Suess' The Cat in the Hat," I did not look forward to "Horton's" film debut with much enthusiasm.


However, "Horton" was magnificent in capturing the creativity, innocence and delight found in Dr. Seuss' stories.

Movie Review: ‘The Other Boleyn Girl’ lacks depth

The story certainly provided an opportunity for an intriguing film about men's power over women. However, the feminist politics of the movie are lost...

Movie review: ‘Vantage Point’ too redundant

The idea for "Vantage Point," appears intriguing on paper. Watching the assassination attempt of the president through the eyes of eight different people offers...

Movie Review: Comedy offers viewers depth

At first glance, "In Bruges" appears to follow in the footsteps of Guy Ritchie's thrilling dark comedies. However, it turned out to be something...

Film Review: Horror movie lacks fear factor

There have been horror movies that have truly terrified us. Movies such as "Psycho," "The Exorcist," "Alien" and "The Shining" have terrified audiences long after they left the theater. "The Eye" is not one of them.




Texas wildcatter new endeaveor for Day-Lewis

Many people might believe that "There Will Be Blood" is too long and uneventful to be entertaining.


However, it must be understood that the film is not an action movie, but a character sketch. As a film, "There Will Be Blood" is not necessarily a terrific, must-see motion picture, but it is a good, solid movie and I recommend it.

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