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92 min  –  Sci-Fi | Thriller | PG-13

Directors: Colin Strause, Greg Strause
Writers: Joshua Cordes, Liam O’Donnell
Stars: Eric Balfour, Donald Faison and Scottie Thompson
“What I thought the movie did very well was tell the story from the point of view of a handful of people that have no extraordinary attributes whatsoever. Disaster movies tend to have characters able to overcome improbable odds to somehow accomplish some measure of victory for Earth and/or humanity. Not so in Skyline. We have an apparently successful recording artist living the high life in L.A. and his friend, who possesses some measure of marketing talent. Rounded out with girlfriends, other assorted attractive female hangers-on, and what appears to be one of the security guards of the condominium complex in which the recording artist resides …” Author: sionyn_rhys from United States; Source: IMDB.

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 2 Alamalt

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88 min  –  Horror | PG-13

No review at this moment.

 

 

 

 

 

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116 min  –  Drama | Fantasy | Horror | PG-13

Director: Matt Reeves
Writers: Matt Reeves (screenplay), John Ajvide Lindqvist (screenplay)
Stars: Kodi Smit-McPhee, Chloe Moretz and Richard Jenkins
“Before seeing Let Me In, I fell in love with Let the Right One In but went to the screening with an open mind. I think both kids in Let Me In did a very good job with the script they were given but, ultimately I didn’t feel same bond and empathy with Abby and Owen as I did for Oskar and Eli. Because of the subtlety of the writing and directing, the actors in Let The Right One In were able to give, what I felt were, real and nuanced performances. The relationship in Let the Right One In was sweet whereas Let Me In tried to be but seemed more strained and creepy. The subtlety in question, or lack thereof, also carried over to both the Abby/Eli transformations as well as how they fed. Eli seemed remorseful…” Author: Damien Keith from Boston, MA; Source: IMDB.

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 Unstoppablealt

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100 min  –  Action | Drama | Thriller | PG-13

Director: Tony Scott
Writer: Mark Bomback
Stars: Denzel Washington, Chris Pine and Rosario Dawson
“The setup is plain and simple- on one end of the track is rookie conductor Will Colson (Chris Pine), paired with veteran railroad engineer Frank Barnes (Denzel Washington) on his first day of work. Frank and Will each have their own share of family problems and each bear their own reservations of the other- so there’s a fair bit of tension between the two of them as they begin their shift, especially since Will is seen as the company’s new blood employed to replace the older workers (including Frank) who have one by one been forced to retire. Then on the other end of the track, some bumbling employee gets off a train in an attempt to switch tracks, puts the stick in throttle and sends the massive locomotive whizzing down rural Pennsylvania towards the more …” Author: moviexclusive from Singapore; Source: IMDB.

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 Megamind (3D)alt

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96 min  –   Animation | Action | Comedy | U

Director: Tom McGrath
Writers: Alan J. Schoolcraft, Brent Simons
Stars: Will Ferrell, Jonah Hill and Brad Pitt
“It is worth a watch (or two if your kids want you to). The story is built up on a traditional superhero concept inspired heavily from the first “Superman” movie to the “Return of Superman”. However, the jokes are often original and some can get an LOL out of you. All in all, there is enough good humor sprinkled throughout the movie to keep everyone smiling. If you can, do watch the 3D version. It has some good action scenes which look great in 3D but if not, you aren’t missing a lot. This is not one created specifically for 3D pleasure – unlike Dreamwork’s “How to train your dragon”.Do watch out for some great dialogs by Megamind, and even some cutesy ones that seem right out of a Dilbert strip (office humor, if it wasn’t clear enough) …” Author: Amit Srivastava from San Francisco; Source: IMDB.

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 Life As We Know Italt

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114 min  –   Comedy | Drama | PG13

Director: Greg Berlanti
Writers: Ian Deitchman, Kristin Rusk Robinson
Stars: Katherine Heigl, Josh Duhamel and Josh Lucas
“I am not a great fan of romantic comedies because, honestly, they all seem the same. This one proved me wrong! I actually laughed (unexpected) and even cried (really unexpected) during this movie. There is great chemistry between all the cast members . The premise that the story is based on is presented as very believable. I found myself immersed in the possibility of this happening in real life, not just reel life! I think the director brought out the best in the actors. Katie Heigl has more depth as an actor than I gave her credit for. Josh Duhmel proves to be more than just a pretty face. I really loved this movie and was so glad I went to see it! …” Author: val schechter from United States; Source: IMDB.

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 Adele: Rise Of The Mummyalt

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107 min  –    Action | Adventure | Fantasy | PG13

Director: Luc Besson
Writers: Luc Besson (screenplay), Jacques Tardi (comic books)
Stars: Louise Bourgoin, Mathieu Amalric and Gilles Lellouche
“Having been lucky to find it was showing at the cinema, I must admit I jumped at the chance to see it being a fan of Luc Besson. I didn’t really know what to expect (having only seen trailers for the movie) and I never read the original stories, however I was pleasantly surprised.Overall the film was very funny and had some very good set pieces, including a very enjoyable scene in Egypt and a scene in a Parisian prison that reminded me of the slapstick nature of the original “Pink Panthers”. Louise Bourgoin was very good as the titular heroine and was able to pull off both charm and dead-pan humour effectively throughout the film, making her a pleasure to watch …” Author: Ratter from United Kingdom; Source: IMDB.

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 The Child’s Eye (3D)alt

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100 min  –  Horror | PG-13

No review at this moment. 

 

 

 

 

 

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 Takers

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107 min  –   Action | Crime | Thriller | PG13

Director: John Luessenhop
Writers: Peter Allen, Gabriel Casseus
Stars: Chris Brown, Hayden Christensen and Matt Dillon
“The plot for this film does not need to be explained. It’s basically a pastiche of The Italian Job, True Romance and melodramatic clichés. The third element in the blender, mentioned above, along with a script short on genuine character development (You’ll sometimes forget that Hayden Christensen and Zoe Saldana are in it) are distracting for a film which develops a serious tone, but there are positives, depending on your genre preferences. The film moves along briskly, even as we deal with a cringe-worthy first half, and when the actual robbery gets going, the fun starts. Though the cinematography is modeled too much off of the Bourne-style shaky cam, the set pieces are still very well pulled off. The extended car chases and shootouts contain a level of energy and suspense that really …” Author: fullautofury from United States; Source: IMDB.
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 The Perfect Weddingalt

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100 min  –  Comedy | PG13 | Cantonese

No review at this moment.

 

 

 

 

 

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 REDalt

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111 min  –  Action | Crime | Thriller | 18

No review at this moment.

 

 

 

 

 

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 You Againalt

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105 min  –   Comedy | U

Director: Andy Fickman
Writer: Moe Jelline
Stars:Kristen Bell, Odette Yustman and Sigourney Weaver

“This is a great end of summer comedy. Even with a PG rating, it has laughs for all ages thanks to the great acting of its cast. Sigourney Weaver and Jamie Lee Curtis, and Kristen Bell and Odette Yustman act brilliantly opposite of each other. There are some very funny and unexpected cameos as well as great supporting acting, especially by the love sick and a little mentally sick character, Tim. I’d say this is probably the best date film out in theaters now. Betty White steals most of the scenes she’s in which is no crime by me. This movie is best enjoyed if you’re up for something a little silly. Then again, when is a comedy ever supposed to be taken super seriously? You Again is definitely worth a look, especially as a date movie or family movie.” Author: tanmanthatran from United States; Source: IMDB.

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 Uthama Puthiranalt

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146 min  –  Action | Adventure | Fantasy | PG13 | Hindi

No review at this moment.

 

 

 

 

 

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 Hisssalt

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98 min  –  Fantasy | Horror | Thriller | PG13 | Hindi

Director: Jennifer Chambers Lynch
Writer: Jennifer Chambers Lynch
Stars: Irrfan Khan, Mallika Sherawat and Jeff Doucette
“Hisss is slightly different Bollywood movie with a Hollywood taste. It differs from Naagin,Nagine series as movie is based on facts and realistic approach. It is very simple horror movie. After watching the movie, your head will be totally blank as in.. it is difficult to comment whether movie is good or bad. It is obvious that when naagin(snake) is converted into human(which can transform into human),she will be nude. You will be impressed with Mallika’s body(may be the best in Bollywood), even though I believe movie don’t portray nudity. Love making with a snake is bit odd. In short, Positives: light humor, music, concept, special effects, Mallika’s body specially street light scene, scary scenes, acting(both Mallika and Irfan) and very important one: you will not feel bored. …” Author: deepeshdeomurari from India; Source: IMDB.

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 Golmaal 3alt

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120 min  –  Comedy | PG13 | Hindi

Director: Rohit Shetty
Stars: Kareena Kapoor, Ajay Devgan, Mithun Chakraborty,
Kunal Khemu, Tusshar Kapoor, Arshad Warsi
“Golmaal 3 has no storyline, it relies majorly on the comic timing of its talented star ensemble and on its hilarious one liner dialogues. Director Rohit Shetty seems to love the comedy genre at the moment and this reviewer would hope to expect more from him in the near future. Cinematography is almost the same as seen in its first two parts. The look and feel of the movie is nothing different from its earlier versions, which also makes it monotonous at times. Of course don’t even bother for its action sequences. It is crazy and unlogical but then again, we are talking about Golmaal here (a mindless comedy after all). Meanwhile, music director Pritam delivers a weak soundtrack as compared to its previous films and the background music does not sound convincing either …” Author: by Janak; Source: Cinema Online.

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 Edhiranalt

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170 min  –   Adventure | Fantasy | PG13 | Tamil

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 Valla Kottaialt

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128 min  –  Action | Crime | Thriller | U | Tamil

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 Legend Of The Guardian: The Owls Of Ga’hoole (3D)alt

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97 min  –  Animation | Adventure | Fantasy | U

Director: Zack Snyder
Writers: John Orloff (screenplay), Emil Stern (screenplay)
Stars: Jim Sturgess, Hugo Weaving and David Wenham

“Based on the first three books in Kathryn Lasky’s bestselling series, “The Guardians of Ga’Hoole”, Snyder’s film revolves around Soren (voiced by Jim Sturgess), a young owl who has always been enchanted by his father’s stories about the Guardians of Ga’Hoole – an heroic and mythical group of warriors who once fought to save the owl kingdom from the evil Pure Ones. Soren dreams of one day joining the Guardians, but his jealous older brother, Kludd (Ryan Kwanten), has no such noble notions. When Soren and Kludd’s bickering causes them to fall out of their treetop home, the two are carried off by the Pure Ones and imprisoned at the St. Aegolius Academy for Orphaned Owls. Here, they face a grim future …” Author: JeffersonCody from South Africa; Source: IMDB.
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 Resident Evil: Afterlife (3D)alt

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97 min  –   Action | Adventure | Horror | R

Director: Paul W.S. Anderson
Writer: Paul W.S. Anderson
Stars: Milla Jovovich, Ali Larter and Wentworth Miller
“In a series that deals with viral mutations, it’s pretty fitting that the fourth Resident Evil, a film that found its roots in the sort of humble zombie/ mad scientist territory, is practically mutated beyond recognition. And when is mutation ever really a good thing? After a devastating zombie plague hits humanity, rogue survivor/ superhuman Alice (Milla Jovovich) roams the globe seeking those responsible: the evil Umbrella corporation. This time, the search takes her to LA, where she finds other survivors holed up in a prison, and a mysterious safe-haven called Arcadia… Afterlife is a bloody patchwork of action movie clichés, clunky dialog, and more slow motion than you can shake a clock at. There’s also a villain so villainous he wears dark glasses inside. INSIDE …” Author: Edd Howarth from United States; Source: IMDB.

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 Avatar: Special Edition (3D)alt

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162 min  –  Action | Adventure | Fantasy | PG13

Director: James Cameron
Writer: James Cameron
Stars: Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana and Sigourney Weaver
“You will practically not notice that you are watching a non-existing world, it is sooo real. Attention to detail is superb. You computer geeks will know what I am talking about. This move was not rushed in the making. No wonder it could not have been done before – not having the proper computing power.The wild life, the jungle, the animals, the Na’vi-s, or the dragon-like flying creatures are all so life-like, they almost pop-off the screen (and in 3D they actually do :).The sound effects were so well done, that when I saw at the credits that Skywalker Sound was behind it, i could only think of “yessss… now THAT makes sense.” Cameron is a visionaire – and again, he delivers, with full blast …” Author: Balazs Jedovszky from Hungary; Source: IMDB.

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