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« on: December 15, 2013, 05:49:05 am »
Movie Reviews for People that Don't like to Read
Hello and welcome to the first edition of "Movie Reviews for People that Don't like to Read." If you're like me, you love movies but you don't want to read reviews of films that are nearly as long as the movie.
This week's films include the indie films Robot Frank, and Girl Most Likely.
Robot Frank   (2012,, PG 13) This charming indie comedy made for a modest $2.5 million stars Frank Langella,moncler jacken sale, James Marsden, Liv Tyler, and Susan Sarandon. The film takes place in the not too distant future and tells the story of an elderly man named Frank (Frank Langella) who is forced by his family to get a robot butler to look after him. Frank, a former jewel thief, manipulates the robot into helping him on a string of burglaries. The first twenty minutes aren't all that great, but the film quickly picks up after that and ends up being very funny.
FINAL GRADE   A  (worth buying)
Girl Most Likely  (2012,moncler shop zürich, PG 13) This low budget indie comedy stars Kristen Wiig,.de/lebens, Annette Bening, Matt Dillon,moncler shop deutschland, Darren Criss, and Christopher Fitzgerald. The story isn't really all that special,, a struggling New York playwright stages a suicide attempt in order to win back her ex boyfriend. This of course blows up in her face and she's forced to stay with her mother (Annette Bening) for 72 hours. Like I said,.de/lebens, the story isn't all that great,moncler quincy, however,moncler männer daunenjacke, the cast is very good. Kristen Wiig is her always funny self. Annette Bening and Matt Dillon have some funny moments. Relatively unknown Christopher Fitzgerald steals nearly every scene he's in playing Wiig's brother "Ralph".   (2013, PG 13) This big budget bomb was almost a good movie. The film cost $135,000,,000 to make and only grossed $33.5 million at the box office. It stars Ryan Reynolds and Jeff Bridges as cops in the afterlife that go after dead criminals. The premise was actually really intriguing to me and I was looking forward to seeing it. However, the cheesy CGI and the hokey acting by the normally incredible Jeff Bridges really let this movie down.