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Jupiter Ascending may be an unfocused mess, but as far as big-budget sci-fi fantasies go, it’s one of the most entertaining messes ever.

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Rating: Minor Rock Fist Down Even when they fail, it’s usually fun to watch Lana Wachowski and Andy Wachowski try. In a blockbuster spectrum that’s full of remakes, comic books, franchises and more remakes, they at least try to do things a little differently. Jupiter Ascending is an original story developed specifically for the screen. Yes, it wears many of [...]

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The maniacal genius Paul Haggis has created the impossible. Third Person is a film that is complex and trite, clichéd and nonsensical, and misanthropic and overly sentimental.

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Trevan and Trey return to go over two new movies: Third Person from that writer/director/guy Paul Haggis, who gave us Crash. If you don’t already, please Like us on Facebook. It’s the quickest way to get news, reviews and podcasts from us and the rest of the Web. And please subscribe to the Scene Stealers Podcast on iTunes or our RSS.

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It was in the freewheeling spirit of huckster Oscar Diggs that the exceptionally talented Drafthouse chefs created the ‘Oz the Great and Powerful’ Dinner Party as a way to celebrate.

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Eric, Trevan and Trey return to talk about Oz the Great and Powerful, West of Memphis and Don’t Stop Believin: Everyman’s Journey. Is Sam Raimi’s first film in four years worth the wait? Is James Franco a worthy Oz? Does West of Memphis provide some needed closure or shed additional light on The West Memphis Three? Tune [...]

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Seth MacFarlane writes, directs and voices the teddy bear come to life and Mark Wahlberg is the perpetual manchild with a heart of gold in ‘Ted,’ an R-rated comedy that gets a little mileage out of its setup and then is offensively unfunny for most of its running time.

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Criterion’s ’12 Angry Men’ Blu-ray and the new ‘romantic comedy’ ‘Friends With Benefits’ are studies in the polar opposites in things you can do with a movie. Here’s the Blu-ray review:

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