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Month: June 2010

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Proof Review: The United States of Leland (2003)

Leland is a straightforward drama, putting all the cards on the table and allowing you to see the aftermath of unexplainable death in its truest form.

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Proof Review: Thirst (2010)

The film’s plot is transparent, the dialogue unbelievable garbage, and the ending is damn near incomprehensible. I would definitely not watch this film again and wonder how anyone thought it was a good idea to put this out into the world besides the writers and director.

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Proof Review: The Good Guy (2010)

The Good Guy, at times, can be painstakingly slow, but endure and you will find that it is worth the perseverance. The film comes off fresh, sincere, and real, qualities lacking in many romantic comedies today, especially from first time writer-directors.

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Proof Review: Toy Story 3 (2010)

“Great end to the series. Though it does not fulfill my inner child to the fullest, it was a great final adventure. You will laugh, you will cry, and you will want to see it again.”

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Proof Review: The Runaways (2010)

The Runaways is exactly what you would expect. Grunge music, foul language, and the female revolution. No more, no less.

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Proof Review: Trucker (2009)

For first time director James Mottern’s first endeavor, he takes what ever Indy director dreams of and makes it a reality: Success.

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Proof Review: From Paris With Love (2010)

Release Date February 5, 2010 Director Pierre Morel Screenplay Adi Hasak Based On A Story By Luc Besson Distributed By Lionsgate Budget $52 million Action, Adventure, Crime, Foreign, Thriller Rated R for strong bloody violence, drug content, pervasive language and brief sexuality 92 minutes From Paris With Love After watching From Paris With Love on two separate occasions, I found that if you can … Read More Proof Review: From Paris With Love (2010)

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Proof Review: Chloe (2010)

Release Date March 26, 2010 Director Atom Egoyan Screenplay Erin Cressida Wilson Distributed By Sony Pictures Classics Budget $12-14 million Drama, Horror, Romance, Thriller Rated R 96 minutes Chloe Chloe is a fatal attraction thriller that does not hide its true nature; with the lead starlet dressing from bare naked to brassier within the opening credits of the film. Amanda Seyfried takes on the … Read More Proof Review: Chloe (2010)

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Proof Review: Mammoth (2009)

Release Date November 20, 2009 Director Lukas Moodysson Screenplay Lukas Moodysson Distributed By Sonet Film Budget $10 million Drama, Foreign, Indie, Romance Rated NR 125 minutes Mammoth Enter into Mammoth with an open mind. The film is slow and rather uneventful, yet real and inspiring. No stunning performances or moments that stuck out. The film felt natural and gave off a documentary-like quality. The … Read More Proof Review: Mammoth (2009)

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Proof Review: Clash Of The Titans (2010)

Release Date April 2, 2010 Director Louis Leterrier Screenplay Travis Beacham Phil Hay Matt Manfredi Distributed By Warner Bros. Pictures Budget $125 million Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Science Fiction Rated PG-13 for fantasy action violence, some frightening images and brief sensuality 106 minutes Clash Of The Titans Right off the bat, let me make it clear that I have yet to view the original (not … Read More Proof Review: Clash Of The Titans (2010)

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Proof Review: The Book Of Eli (2010)

Release Date January 15, 2010 Director The Hughes Brothers Screenplay Gary Whitta Distributed By Warner Bros. Pictures Budget $80 million Action, Science Fiction, Thriller Rated R for brutal violence and language 118 minutes The Book Of Eli Where do I begin? Being a video game aficionado, “The Book Of Eli” creates a world that every gamer would love to explore. Guns. Knives. Bow & … Read More Proof Review: The Book Of Eli (2010)

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Proof Review: When In Rome (2010)

Release Date January 29, 2010 Director Mark Steven Johnson Screenplay Mark Steven Johnson David Diamond David Weissman Distributed By Walt Disney Studios Budget $28 million Comedy, Romance Rated PG-13 91 minutes When In Rome Take all the romantic comedies you have ever seen and give them a whimsical Disney-like essence and you will get “When In Rome”. Much like this year’s “Leap Year”, they … Read More Proof Review: When In Rome (2010)