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Mel Gibson and Robert Downey, Jr. star as two renegade pilots ensnared in the madness of covert operations over Laos during the Vietnam conflict...more

Saints and Soldiers

A Mormon sniper and an atheist medic clash as their platoon struggles to survive behind Nazi lines

Based on actual WWII events, the award-winning "Saints and Soldiers" tells the dramatic story of a small band of Allied soldiers trapped behind enemy lines with information that could save thousands of American lives...more

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One Liners

If you are like us, you love movies and with many movies, there are one liners we catch that are either classic or are coming soon. We find ourselves saying these lines over and over and sometimes in wholly inappropriate places and times. Here we only provide the one liner, its up to you to put it together with the movie. Some are easy, others not so easy. All are or will be iconic.

"I'll be back."
“Frankly my dear, I don’t give a damn”
“You talkin’ to me”,
“Warning! Assholes are closer than they appear”
"Poop in his hand. Poop in his hand."
“Toto, I’ve got a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore”
“What we have here is a failure to communicate”
“This job would be great if it wasn’t for the fucking customers”
“Yippe-ki-yi-yay, Motherfucker”
“I do wish we could chat longer, but I’m having an old friend for dinner”
“You can’t handle the truth”
“Show me the money”
“I love the smell of napalm in the morning. It smells like victory”
"Have fun storming the castle"
“Say hello to my little friend”
“I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass… and I’m all out of bubblegum.”
“My God. I haven’t been fucked like that since grade school.”

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The A-Team (2010)
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Peter’s Preview November, 2010

By Peter Veugelaers ©

A solid sandpaper action thriller that’s tough is a rare one these days and it looks like Faster fits the bill. Dwayne Johnson comes clean after pretty much escorting a nice guy image for much of the decade. He poses, on the movie’s poster, holding a gun with a bulging, thumping muscle. It’s a revenge movie about an ex-con getting even about his brother’s death during a heist where they were double-crossed. It’s about unfairness and implicitly about the failings of the justice system in rehabilitating, which is familiar, and makes the condition of the ex-con worse rather than better. Seems he’s on a rampage, and Dwayne Johnson may gloss it over or make it rough.

Ron Howard glossed over the subject with Ransom in 1996 and I don’t think pretty will be the word with Faster. Billy Bob Thornton is also in the thick of it, but whether or not he’s played for comic relief will partly decide on whether it’s a raw-hide movie. This could be where saying arsehole is given its proper context and it’s not Terminator or Arnold Schwarzenegger films that made that word sound authentic. Those films only introduced audiences to the word sounding tough and cool, which isn’t the same as a gang member saying it to your face. Maybe Faster is nearer the latter category.

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megamind posterRelease Date: November 5, 2010 (3D/2D theaters and IMAX 3D)
Studio: DreamWorks Animation
Director: Tom McGrath
Screenwriter: Alan Schoolcraft, Brent Simons
Starring: Will Ferrell, Brad Pitt, Tina Fey, Jonah Hill, David Cross, J.K. Simmons, Justin Theroux, Ben Stiller, Tom McGrath
Genre: Animation, Comedy, Family
MPAA Rating: PG (for action and some language)
Official Website:

"Megamind" is the most brilliant super–villain the world has ever known... and the least successful. Over the years, he has tried to conquer Metro City in every imaginable way – Each attempt, a colossal failure thanks to the caped superhero known as "Metro Man," until the day Megamind actually defeats him in the throes of one of his botched evil plans. Suddenly, the fate of Metro City is threatened when a new villain arrives and chaos runs rampant, leaving everyone to wonder: Can the world's biggest "mind" actually be the one to save the day?

EN 5 Second Review: This movie is a blast for kids and adults alike. A very smart superman send up for adults and plenty of slapstick to keep the kids entertained.

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Coming Soon Pick

Here is the trailer for something that looks good. The upcoming Skyline.

The rest of this weeks movie releases
Due Date Downey's winning streak ends here, it has its moments, but not a good movie
For Colored Girls Does Tyler Perry make like a hundred bad movies a year and one good one, this is one of the hundred.
November 5
- 127 Hours (limited)
- Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer (limited)
- Fair Game (limited; expands: Nov. 12)
- Four Lions (limited)
- Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench (NY)
- Making the Boys (limited)
- Red Hill (limited)
- William S. Burroughs: A Man Within (limited)
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The Arrival (1996)

Director: David Twohy.
Starring: Charlie Sheen


I wouldn’t have picked Charlie Sheen for The Arrival. He plays a scientist which doesn’t fit the comedy roles he’s played. As it turns out he appears less adept as an astronomer. One thing for the performance and character, though, is the edginess which is what Charlie does best here. Hardly a nerd, geek, goof ball, or science whiz kid, he is in the thick of a paranoia thriller.

The battles between Zane (Sheen) and the authorities establish the intriguing theme: he who has knowledge controls or serves the world.  

The thrilling first half is in California where Zane is evading getting tracked by corporate heavies for being out-of-line while piecing together evidence to prove his discovery of an extraterrestrial signal which the authorities want to hide. The signal could be closer to home.

Second half episodes in Central Mexico have its moments, such as when the ceiling falls in and crashes through a five or more storey Mexican hotel. The aliens have obscene looking stilt-like legs. Black scorpions are frightening a poor lady in bed. A power plant is labyrinthine.  

I was right there with Zane when he’s up against the machine trying to prove he’s right when the big guns can’t acknowledge that. Coming down the home track towards the finish line you’re left with something half-baked, though – a paranoia thriller and a cover-up conspiracy, while efficiently made, doesn’t jell. They could have stuck to one or the other.

Gran's Attic - Movies from the attic for movie fans


B&W. 89m.

Star power doesn't overwhelm this thriller about a writer whose floundering career isn't helped by accusations he is a murderer. Humphrey Bogart and Gloria Grahame, playing the writer and his muse respectvely, are larger than their characters. “In a Lonely Place” is a strong and insightful character study into the volitile central character, though, and the supporting characters and performances are all rich. I've become a fan of the director Nicholas Ray. 


B&W. 82m.

Sweet, genuine and fun loving Karen (Henie) - wide eyed, exuberant and optimistic about life - competes with career minded diva Vivian Dawn (Bari) for the affections of piano player Ted Scott (Payne). Who is going to get the guy? I wouldn't have guessed it. There is a layer of personal politics, which makes this more interesting than a lightweight love story and musical-comedy, which is what it seems to be. It depends if you can bear under the strain of a near darn close cat-fight. Then you have to swallow the romance as a matter of a shallow love next to a genuine one. Okay, I can take it, and maybe the girlfriend will too. 


Color. CinemaScope. 108m.

What do I know? New Yorkers go out hunting and stumble into a remote Scottish village with unmarried women. Pull another one – how many New Yorkers go out hunting in the highlands? While not entirely untrue – unmarried women would naturally exist in a such a lonely place as a Scottish village. Go figure that getting them together is the idea. Deadpan Van Johnson is hoisted upon and without a sreaming fan in sight.

Fiona Campbell is one of these unmarrieds, played by Cyd Charisse, whose light, giddy performance is pliable enough for the amorous attentions of one of the visitors, played by Gene Kelly, who finds the Scottish village entertaining and enlightening enough to give it a go. An indepth layer of mystery about Brigadoon offers the spiritual depth of immortality and divine peace. Barry Jones as the vilage educator gives it a sincere voice while I found it refreshing.

Jimmy Thompson's legs fly underneath his Scottish kilt and he is in one of the traditional dance routines that go along with the modernish numbers that Gene Kelly is adept at. Getting past the living in country setting, which is not for the faint in heart, “Brigadoon” is a handsome, charming and entertaining mix of musical routines, comedy, love story and angst.

Coming Soon

November 10
- Morning Glory

November 12
- Cool It (limited)
- Disco and Atomic War (NY)
- Helena From the Wedding (NY)
- Skyline
- Unstoppable
- You Won't Miss Me (NY)

November 19
- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1 (conventional theaters and IMAX)
- Heartless (NY)
- Made in Dagenham (limited)
- The Next Three Days
- Nothing Personal (NY; LA release: Nov. 26)
- Today's Special (limited)
- White Material (NY)

November 24
- Burlesque
- Faster
- Love and Other Drugs
- The Nutcracker in 3D (limited)
- Tangled (3D/2D theaters)

November 26
- The King's Speech (limited)

November 27
- Bruce Lee

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The A-Team DVD Review
image They were a foursome revered by high school kids. Hannibal Smith, B.A. Baracus, Murdock and Face – and everyone had a favorite. Memorably, someone had to pick Mr. T, the actor behind Baracus, and everyone identified, or was given, a character that fitted. The new batch of actors playing these now old hats has shoes to fill, indeed, except if you’re fifteen and don’t have a clue who Mr. T is.

Bradley Copper as Face, for reasons which have everything to do with his acting ability, is squared off with an agent who used to be his girlfriend (Jessica Biel), but I wondered where he got the time between tours of duties. Her antagonism towards him makes for the first sign of tangible conflict and that after a lengthy opening…more

Gran Torino (2010)  DVD Review by Peter Veugelars

It would be funny if Clint Eastwood as Walt Kowalski on the cover of the DVD package of Gran Torino actually wore a white collar like a Catholic priest does. It just looks like there is one around his neck. A trick of the mind, perhaps, and I was duped by the shadow. What a priest he would be and it is nothing like Father O’Malley from Going My Way...more

Clash of the Titans (2010) DVD Review by Peter Veugelars

When it comes to hellish extortion, there is a need to be gone with it. It’s a subject that’s hardly there at the movies so when it turns up from time to time it’s best packaged as a blockbuster. Hell, the insidious place, should be defeated.

Clash of the Titans is set back in ancient Greece whose myths explained their lives. Zeus is blamed for the inhabitant’s hardships since he won’t deal a blow to Hades whose causing all the problems out and about. They’re brothers so dealing to Hades is harder than it should be....more


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