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Created Dec 16, 2010 02:22AM PST • Updated Dec 16, 2010 02:22AM PST

Title Released Trust Weighted Summary Viewable
1st Harry Potter and...
2007 Really Great 32 Points
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We come upon Harry (Radcliffe) as we do in the beginning of most Harry Potter films, at the Dursley’s. He is sitting on a swing when his cousin Dudley and his friends approach him. Harry and Dudley take shots at each other. Dudley verbally attacks Harry on the subject that is most sore to him, the death of his parents. Harry doesn’t have too much time to worry about this though. A handful of Death-Eaters appear. They start sucking away Harry and Dudley’s good memories. Harry knows that if he doesn’t do something to stop them that they will suck the…
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1st 28 Weeks Later
2007 Really Great 7 Points
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Shockingly enough, a great sequel to my favorite not-zombie movie. This one definitely goes bigger, dealing with the early stages of Britain’s repopulation after the Rage virus is supposedly decimated, although no chances are taken and American soldi…(read more)ers man every corner. The plot comes down to one family that brings the Rage back in vogue, but also may hold the key to curing it. The action is intense throughout, but the special effects are uneven. The firebombing looked great, as did a certain helicopter sequence that is now my favorite zombie sce…

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1st Behind the Mask:...
2005 Very Good 16 Points
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Taylor (Goethals) is a journalist who has managed to get serial killer, Leslie Vernon (Baesel) to agree to a documentary showing his process of killing. With her film crew, Taylor starts interviewing Leslie about what he does. The condition of allowing her access to him is that Taylor is not aloud to interfere with what Leslie is doing. He takes her to a near by school to show her how he picks out his targets. There must be a virgin who will be the survivor girl and it is better if she has jocks as friends. The friends will be targeted to kill first and the sur…

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Movie Posted Help-s Summary Help-s Acting Help-s Film Help-s Edge Help-s Reality
Let the Right One In
_40   Dec 21, 2008 09:01PM PST
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Great 4.0

Let the Right One In is adapted from the 2004 Sweedish graphic novel, both of which are written by John Ajvide Lindquis…

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Perfect 5.0

Kåre Hedebrant did very well as the oddball outsider just trying to get through all of the troubles that life hits him …

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Great 4.0

Let The Right One In takes the time to explore very many sides to its multi-dimensional story. It has something to say …

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Sordid 3.2

It is not a very gruesome film, but there is blood. The image of Eli attacking, consuming the blood, and seeing the blo…

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Supernatural 3.2

Vampires living around us gives us a supernatural setting, but the film is far more realistic to the world we live in t…

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Be Kind Rewind
_40   Jun 28, 2008 10:46PM PST
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Very Good 3.5

Be Kind Rewind takes great actors and puts them in an amateur setting to center itself around us; the fans. Even though…

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Great 4.0

As a Jack Black fan, his performance in the film was very refreshing to see. It brought me back to School of Rock. Blac…

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Good 3.0

If all remakes were like the Be Kind Rewind films, than they would be a lot more fun to watch than majority of them we …

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Risqué 1.6

There really isn’t much violence in the film aside from a little bit of slapstick humor while they are making the videos.

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Glib 1.6

It reflects on the past and things that represent it in a reminiscent manner. Most importantly though the real feeling …

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Charlie Bartlett
_40   Jun 28, 2008 10:15PM PST
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Good 3.0

Charlie Barlett is a high school coming of age story, reflecting on all of the different types of kids who seemingly…

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Great 4.0

The acting was one of the most appealing elements of the film. In teen dramas like this, especially upon the characters…

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Very Good 3.5

I was interested by the trailer for the film, but honestly the film exceeded my expectations. It touches upon material …

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Risqué 1.6

The film is rated R, but it really feels more like a PG-13 film. The rating is due to the drugs that are being sold in …

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Glib 1.2

Charlie Bartlett is thoroughly enjoyable and takes hold of you, by giving you endless amounts of characters to relate t…

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