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Remember that scene in Disney's animated Fantasia when Mickey Mouse, as an apprentice to the sorcerer Yen Sid (that's Disney spelled backward), stole his master's hat and made brooms dance? That scene is a classic. Now producer Jerry Bruckheimer has fashioned a live-action epic around that moment with Nicolas Cage … Czytaj dalej ...

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Suspend disbelief, all who enter here. Salt, starring slinky-sexy-scary Angelina Jolie as a CIA agent accused of going over to the Russians, is primed to keep your pulse racing so your brain will stop thinking, "WTF!" Go with the illogic or you'll miss the fun. Salt has the action pow … Czytaj dalej ...

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Some bad movies should carry a leper's bell to warn off ticket buyers. Such a contagion is Charlie St. Cloud, a load of mawkish swill starring Zac Efron (bereft of the talent he showed in Me and Orson Welles). Peter Travers reviews Charlie St. Cloud in his weekly video series, … Czytaj dalej ...

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In this maddeningly uneven film version of Jonathan Ames' acclaimed 1998 novel, Kevin Kline gives a master class in acting. Kline plays Henry Harrison, a hard-pressed Manhattan aristocrat (his income can't finance his tastes) who gets by being an extra man, a walker who escorts rich elderly ladies on the … Czytaj dalej ...

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Robert Duvall is an indisputably great actor who approaches his iconic roles like a man with a secret. As Felix Bush, a Depression-era hermit out of the Tennessee backwoods, Duvall finds the soul of a character who has shrouded himself in mystery for four dec­ades. That Felix waves a shotgun … Czytaj dalej ...

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When Hollywood decides to remake French farce by Francis Veber, the result can be a champagne cocktail (La Cage Aux Folles spawning The Birdcage) or pâté de merde (Les Compères degenerating into Father's Day). Dinner for Schmucks, adapted from Veber's Le Dîner De Cons, falls somewhere in the middle. What … Czytaj dalej ...

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Patricia Clarkson is a consummate actress, and she crafts something artful and ardent out of this fragile romance. Clarkson's Juliette is a Canadian magazine editor – her kids have flown the nest – in Cairo for the first time to meet up with her husband, Mark (Tom McCamus). The plan … Czytaj dalej ...

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Picture Gossip Girl with hard drugs, R-rated sex and bloody shooting massacres at parties for privileged Manhattan teens. Wait, that sounds like fun. Peter Travers picks the season's can't-miss films and the ones with a bad vibe in his summer movie preview. Joel Schumacher's Twelve, from a much better 2002 … Czytaj dalej ...

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This one's coming in under the radar. Keep an eye out. Three guys get nutso rich by giving people what they want: something to jerk off to on the Internet. The time is 1995, and Wayne Beering (Giovanni Ribisi), an ex-veterinarian, and Buck Dolby (Gabriel Macht), a NASA technician, need … Czytaj dalej ...

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Take a plot about two NYPD detectives who sit on the sidelines while other cops get all the shootouts and glam headlines. Kick it up a notch by casting Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg as the losers who stumble into the big time. Spice with giddy action from the script … Czytaj dalej ...

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Step up for a pulverizing Aussie crime drama that cuts to the dark heart of the killing machine known as family. Jacki Weaver sets the screen ablaze as Smurf, the bottle-blond mom from hell. Smurf's three sons, Pope (Ben Mendelsohn), Craig (Sullivan Stapleton) and Darren (Luke Ford), all do her … Czytaj dalej ...

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Having not read Elizabeth Gilbert's bestseller about her yearlong journey to Italy, India and Bali to achieve balance and spiritual enlightenment, I can only speak of the torture of watching the movie. Despite the star shine of Julia Roberts as Gilbert and the presence of gifted Glee creator Ryan Murphy … Czytaj dalej ...

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Admit it. the idea of Sylvester Stallone assembling a team of inglorious bastards to kick ass in The Expendables is a testosterone turn-on. And who gives a crap that the man who was Rocky and Rambo is now 64. Or that Arnold Schwarzenegger, coaxed out of the governor's office for … Czytaj dalej ...

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Unleashed imagination is a hell of a rare thing to find at the movies this play-it-safe summer. Inception, sure, but then what? Try Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, a dazzling distillation of Bryan Lee O'Malley's six-volume graphic novel. Many graybeard critics don't understand what any sentient being past the age … Czytaj dalej ...

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