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Anna Kendrick and Sam Rockwell do a decent enough job carrying the picture’s premise, yet they struggle under the weight of the ludicrous madness that bogs down the final act.

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After a humiliating performance at Lincoln Center, the Barden Bellas enter an international competition that no American group has ever won in order to regain their status and right to perform.

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A witch tasks a childless baker and his wife with procuring magical items from classic fairy tales to reverse the curse put on their family tree.

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Happy Christmas, a product of the low-budget, realism-oriented mumblecore movement, is anything but. It’s a small, thoughtful comedy that’s more concerned with believable characters and relationships than it is with highly-scripted dialogue or memorable set pieces.

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Can heterosexual men and women be friends without getting romantic? How likely are friendships to turn into something more? The answers according to this movie are very different from the standard facile romcoms that are most often produced in Hollywood.

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Cashing in on the success of Glee, Pitch Perfect takes viewers on the wacky ride of competitive a capella competition.

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Movie review of “50/50,” where Seth Rogen plays the best friend of Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

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I have a simple rule of thumb when it comes to discussing and analyzing movies about cancer. Does the film work, is it compelling, if you replace cancer with something else? If the characters still hold your interest, and the situations they find themselves in move us more deeply into the story without the big [...]

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