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Guests , David Arquette - Celebrities attend after party on opening night of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes at The Montalban Theatre. at The Montalban Theatre - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 15th October 2015

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David Arquette - Celebrities attend opening night of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes at The Montalban Theatre. at The Montalban Theatre - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 15th October 2015

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Bai Ling , David Arquette - 2015 Hollywood Film Festival - Opening Night - Arrivals - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 24th September 2015

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David Arquette - Hollywood Film Festival 2015 held at the ArcLight Cinemas at Arclight Cinemas - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 24th September 2015

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David Arquette - David Arquette holding a t-shirt supporting 'Fuck Cancer' at Bootsy Bellows - Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 20th August 2015

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David Arquette - Actor Bruce Willis spotted filming "Going Under" in Venice Beach Ca. with co star Daivd Arquette. - Venice Beach, California, United States - Tuesday 7th July 2015

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Christina McLarty and David Arquette - The Imagine Ball presented by John Terzian & Randall Kaplan benefiting Imagine LA - Inside at House Of Blues - West Hollywood, California, United States - Thursday 4th June 2015

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David Arquette - The Imagine Ball held at the House Of Blues - Arrivals at House of Blues - West Hollywood, California, United States - Friday 5th June 2015

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David Arquette - Justin Bieber Celebrates 21st Birthday at Omnia Inside Caesar Palace Hotel and Casino at Omnia - Las Vegas, Nevada, United States - Sunday 15th March 2015

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David Arquette and Christina McLarty - A host of stars were photographed as they attended the Brighter Future for Children Gala by The Dream Builders Project which was held at the Taglyan Cultural Center in Los Angeles, California, United States - Thursday 5th March 2015

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David Arquette - The 3rd Annual Noble Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel - Arrivals at Beverly Hilton Hotel - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 27th February 2015

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David Arquette - A host of celebrities were photographed as they arrived for The 3rd Annual Noble Awards which honor humanitarians and their hard work around the world. The awards were held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, United States - Saturday 28th February 2015

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David Arquette - The 3rd Annual Noble Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel - Beverly Hills, California, United States - Saturday 28th February 2015

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David Arquette - WC Schaffhausen celebrates 'Timeless Portofino' Gala Event during Art Basel Miami Beach at W Hotel South Beach - Miami Beach, Florida, United States - Wednesday 3rd December 2014

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Missi Pyle, David Arquette and Meredith Pyle - Crackle Presents: Summer Premieres Event For Originals, "Sequestered" And "Cleaners" - West Hollywood, California, United States - Thursday 14th August 2014

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Video - Alicia Keys Auctions Off Gold Bracelets At Ball - 8th Annual Keep A Child Alive Black Ball Arrivals Part 3


The 8th Annual Keep A Child Alive Black Ball was held in New York recently, hosted by Empire State of Mind singer Alicia Keys. The hostess herself looked smart with her hair tied up, wearing a gold shimmery top and a cream jacket. The actor David Arquette (Scream) also looked smart, dressed in a tuxedo and he rubbed shoulders with tennis star Serena Williams, who was also in attendance on the red carpet.

To raise money for the cause, Alicia auctioned off her two eighteen carat gold bracelets, which sold for $14,000. Altogether the ball raised over $400,000

Scream 4 Review


Very Good
More than a decade after Scream 3, Craven and company reteam for another knowing thriller about scary movies. And by both following and subverting the rules of a reboot, they make a film that's both frightening and hilarious.

On the 10th anniversary of the original killings, Sidney (Campbell) returns to Woodsboro, having put the darkness behind her. Although the Stab movies based on her experience have reached number 7. Then a new spree of grisliness starts, and Sheriff Dewey (Arquette) and his journalist wife Gale (Cox) are on the case. Meanwhile, Sidney's cousin Jill (Roberts) and her pals (Pannettiere and Jaffe) are both fascinated and terrified by what's happening. So are the school's movie geeks (Knudsen and Culkin) and Jill's ex (Tortorella).

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Hamlet 2 Review


OK
Andrew Fleming's Hamlet 2, a hot potato at this year's Sundance Film Festival which was purchased by Focus Features, takes nothing seriously and that should be taken both literally and pervasively. The humor has an illimitable ardor for defecating on political correctness but it has a similar indifference toward any sort of continuity in filmmaking, storytelling, or style. Written by Fleming and Pam Brady, the film brandishes the sort of overtly offensive, partisan political taunting gags and guffaws that one might find on Comedy Central's South Park, the show Ms. Brady writes for regularly.

In the Mesa high school in Tucson where Fleming sets his gonzo theatrics, culture is either alive-and-well or being beaten to death with a sack full of cantaloupes, depending on who you talk to. The drama department has just finished a stage production of Steven Soderbergh's Erin Brockovich, under the tutelage of Dana Marschz (Steve Coogan). An actor who hit his peak on commercials for herpes medication and Jack LaLanne's Power Juicer (two products that aren't always mutually exclusive), Marschz has moved his wife (Catherine Keener) and random friend Dave (David Arquette) to Arizona to teach acting. It's the first day of the new semester when Marschz finds out that his class has grown from a closeted homosexual (Skylar Astin) and a goody-two-shoes (Phoebe Strole) to an entire class made up mostly of Latino outcasts and some white dude who has a jones for rave culture. It's no small wonder that Marschz's dementia, once goofy and lovable, becomes unstable and leads concurrently to the attempted dismantling of the drama department and the writing of Marschz's titular brainchild, Hamlet 2.

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The Darwin Awards Review


Good
Poor Finn Taylor can't catch a break. By all reports he's the nicest guy in the world, and he typically toils for three or four years on each indie flick he directs. When they finally hit the screen they flop. His last outing, Cherish, was a bizarre story about a cop falling in love with a girl under house arrest who he's assigned to watch. I guess it wasn't bizarre enough, though. I had to reread my review of it just to fully remember what it was about. Cherish bombed with a $180,000 gross.

Four years later, Taylor drops another oddball flick on us, and the trouble is obvious before frame one. For starters, the name of the movie is The Darwin Awards, which sounds like it's going to be a documentary about those nutty people who kill themselves doing stupid things, thus earning posthumous "Darwin Awards" (as written up in a series of books of the same name) for ridding the gene pool of their DNA.

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See Spot Run Review


Weak
David Arquette gets to reinforce his status as the goofy doofus once again in this below-average family comedy about a boy, a dog, and a dumb, sloppy, immature mailman (that would be Arquette). Peering through this half-assed attempt at a funny movie, it's easy to see that the laughs are few and the comic action is a bore -- even the dog looks kind of fed up.

Arquette, however, through the muck of this movie, is actually good as the hapless idiot. Sure, he's played the part before, but in a film like this, Arquette gets to be genuinely likable, especially in the face of the W.C. Fields edict (never work with dogs or children). Maybe it's his childish demeanor or puppy dog face that makes him fit right in, but he's one of the only bright spots of this film.

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Muppets From Space Review


Good
Many critics will disagree with me, but I'm of the opinion that the Muppets, as characters, can do no wrong. Each Muppet has well-developed, quirky traits that make people of all ages love them. And that is what saved this film.

Unlike most of the other Muppet films, our featured star in this particular one is Gonzo. As we all know, Gonzo is a "Whatever", but this explanation of his species is no longer good enough for the long-nosed freak. He longs for family, and the satisfaction of knowing what he is. Then no sooner than you can say, "Wakka-Wakka", Gonzo's origins begin to reveal themselves. And they do this, ever so appropriately, through his breakfast cereal (well I thought it was funny).

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Scream Review


Very Good
My review notes for Scream consist of three whole words:

Totally.F***ing.Scary.

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The Grey Zone Review


Essential
One of the most poignant moments in the grave Holocaust drama The Grey Zone comes as a group of Hungarian Jews known as the Sonderkommando try to save the life of a young girl who has come out of the death chamber alive. These Sonderkommando assisted the Nazis in the killing of fellow Jews in exchange for a four-month reprieve from their own death sentence. They received better food and more comfortable living quarters, but they knew all along that their time would eventually reach a similar, tragic end. "It makes no difference, we're dead anyway," one of the men coils. But for this one fleeting moment, their thoughts of death elude them as they rescue this seemingly inconsequential girl.

Many scenes, like the above, though thoroughly bleak and depressing, exemplify why The Grey Zone is such a beautiful film. Based on true events as told in the book Auschwitz: a Doctor's Eyewitness Account, the film chronicles the struggles faced by these Sonderkommando as they plan and eventually execute a fatal uprising that destroys two crematoriums inside the Auschwitz II-Birkenau death camp.

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See Spot Run Review


Weak
David Arquette gets to reinforce his status as the goofy doofus once again in this below-average family comedy about a boy, a dog, and a dumb, sloppy, immature mailman (that would be Arquette). Peering through this half-assed attempt at a funny movie, it's easy to see that the laughs are few and the comic action is a bore -- even the dog looks kind of fed up.

Arquette, however, through the muck of this movie, is actually good as the hapless idiot. Sure, he's played the part before, but in a film like this, Arquette gets to be genuinely likable, especially in the face of the W.C. Fields edict (never work with dogs or children). Maybe it's his childish demeanor or puppy dog face that makes him fit right in, but he's one of the only bright spots of this film.

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Ready To Rumble Review


Excellent
Wrestling - for all of its flash pots, Solid Gold dancers, and large, scantily clad, sweaty men - is the 21st century version of Ringing Bros., Barnum and Bailey's traveling tent show. When I was a kid, I used to watch the exploits of Andre the Giant, Macho Man Randy Savage, and the Honky Tonk Man. The newest generation of wrestlers have never interested me, with all of the theatrics and bad, bad attitudes toward almost everything under the sun. The "sport" of wrestling has become three hours of anger, deception, sexual dominance, and violent acts with chairs. The one thing that has always eluded me with the newest generation of wrestlers - Goldberg, Sting, Mankind, and The Rock - is the human element that drew me into the action so well as a kid. But Ready to Rumble helped remind me of the glory days I once had, sitting before the 13-inch RCA with the bottom knob broken off, watching my heroes triumph over the adversities of life's travels.

The film follow two losers, played by Scott Caan and David Arquette, who run a septic truck business for the local town of Lusk, Wyoming. Their idol is Jimmy King (Oliver Platt), grand champion belt holder of the WCW Federation, who proclaims "I WILL RULE YOU!" after every victory. Caan and Arquette attend a WCW bout and, in horror, watch their idol fall from grace by turncoat WCW wrestlers. Jimmy King is beaten to a bloody pulp and a fellow wrestler, Diamond Dallas Page, takes the belt from the fallen king. After the show, Caan and Arquette strike out to find their defeated hero and once again place the crown upon the rightful king of the ring.

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Eight Legged Freaks Review


Weak
Spiders are annoying little creatures that always find ways to invade your space. Many people find the sight of them scary, but usually a good-soled shoe is the best defense. But the spiders of Eight Legged Freaks are so massive that a shoe won't even dent their exoskeleton; too bad the film itself leaves a similarly lackluster impression.

In the Arizona desert town of Prosperity, there is little to get excited about - not even the sparkling new shopping mall can bring energy to this lifeless place. But when a toxic spill oozes its way to a spider farm (local industry!), the spiders mutate into gigantic monsters and this sleepy town is in for a rude awakening. After eating up the dog, cat, and ostrich population, hundreds of hungry eight-legged beasts are ready to feast on the residents. It is now up to a love-struck miner (David Arquette), the best-looking sheriff since Suzanne Somers (Kari Wuhrer), her kids (Scarlett Johansson and Scott Terra), and an annoying ham-radio operator (Doug E. Doug) to save this who-really-cares little town.

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Never Die Alone Review


Terrible
A movie is bad when you feel sorry for the actors onscreen. A movie is absolutely terrible when one of the actors you empathize with is David Arquette. Welcome to the atrocity that is Never Die Alone, an updated version of Donald Goines' book and the early front-runner to sweep 2004's Golden Raspberries.

Describing the plot for Never Die Alone is like eating tomato soup with a fork: It can be done, but Lord knows how. (The reason why a little later.) Rapper DMX, who also produced, plays King David, a drug dealer who returns to the East Coast hoping to make amends with his former boss, Moon (Clifton Powell). During a payoff involving two of Moon's thugs and King David, all hell breaks loose.

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Ravenous Review


Weak
"You are who you eat." So goes the tongue-in-cheek (so to speak) tagline of Ravenous, the inexplicable black comedy by iffy directress Antonia Bird.

Set during the Mexican-American War, Ravenous starts with the promising tale of a soldier named Boyd (Pearce, from L.A. Confidential) who finds himself transferred to a remote Sierra Nevada outpost in the dead of winter. Enter Colqhoun (Carlyle), a traveller suffering from frostbite and famine... and who turns out to be, well, a bit of a cannibal.

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Scream 3 Review


Very Good
Normally, as a critic, we are exempt from the cost of seeing a movie. Normally, we get in for absolute zero when we attend a press screener of a film. However, since Dimension, for what appear to be highly mysterious (and controversial) reasons, cancelled the screener of Scream 3 I had to pay.

This is one movie that I did not waste my money on.

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The Alarmist Review


Good
Also known as Life During Wartime, The Alarmist is wacky fun mired in sheer oddity. For starters, why is the video title different than the theatrical title? Why do these characters act so strangely? Probably because the story -- about a burglar alarm salesman who breaks into houses to drum up business -- doesn't carry the picture on its own. Only by stretching the characters into ridiculousness does the film get more interesting.

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The Adventures Of Sharkboy And Lavagirl In 3-D Review


Good
It seems entirely possible that Robert Rodriguez made Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over in 3-D in order to conform to the '80s law of third installments (kids, ask an eyewitness about the third Jaws or Friday the 13th movies). It seems equally plausible that the director's Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D is in 3-D because it makes an excellent title sound even better. I speculate out of love for Rodriguez's brand of moviemaking as cottage industry, and because the 3-D effects are more retro than special, more cute gimmick than image enhancer. In fact, during The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl they started to make me drowsy.

Or maybe that was the story, which feels improvised and inconsequential. The movie is about Max (Cayden Boyd), a fourth-grader with an active imagination, troubles at home, and few friends at school. He is rescued from his misery by two of his own creations, Sharkboy (Taylor Lautner) and Lavagirl (Taylor Dooley), who spirit him away to the planet Drool. Drool is under attack from fantastical bad guys who bear a striking resemblance to Max's teacher and bully.

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Johns Review


Bad
A latter-day Midnight Cowboy? They wish. Often described as gritty and realistic, boring and predictable is more like it.

Scream 2 Review


Good
Two Words: Flying Camel.

Ha! I got you. You thought it would be "Good Sequel," didn't you? The reason I say Flying Camel is because, in an ordinary universe, Flying Camels do exist (although they do in Wim Wenders' The End of Violence). In the ordinary universe, good sequels are just as rare.

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Never Been Kissed Review


Very Good
Wow. It's only April, and I've already been to three proms this year.

They are: She's All That, 10 Things I Hate About You, and now, Never Been Kissed. All treading some familiar ground: high school sucks.

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The Adventures Of SharkBoy & LavaGirl In 3-D Review


OK
As if to make up for the ultraviolence in his "SinCity," director Robert Rodriguez bringsout his second film of the year this week -- the family-friendly adventure"The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl."

In this film, a young boy named Max (Cayden Boyd) dreamsthat he meets two child superheroes, SharkBoy (Taylor Lautner) and LavaGirl(Taylor Dooley). Max is unable to convince anyone that they actually existuntil they show up in his classroom and whisk him away to Planet Drool,where only he can help save the day.

As in his "SpyKids 3," Rodriguez presents a good portionof the action in 3-D, and audience members are asked to don or remove theirglasses at crucial points. Rodriguez is nothing if not enthusiastic, andhe packs his film with dozens of jokes and ideas, no matter how silly.But he's a long way off from the energy of the original "SpyKids," and the difference lies betweenthe definitions of "childlike" and "childish."

His own children are old enough now to help him with hisstorytelling duties, and Rodriguez is so charmed by parenthood that hecan no longer edit out the stuff that doesn't work. Great chunks of "SharkBoyand LavaGirl" simply embarrass with their infantile thought patternsand their anxious attempt to appeal to young viewers. Moreover, the filmmakerhas developed a slightly disturbing penchant for close-ups on LavaGirland her dazzling Denise Richards-like smile.

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Ravenous Review


Good

"Ravenous" is a dark comedy thriller about cannibalismat an army post in the pre-Gold Rush Sierra Nevada. It's one of those high-conceptmovies that is easy to pitch to a studio head in 25 words or less by combiningtwo ideas into a sentence, in this case, "'Dances With Wolves' meetsthe Donner party."

Originally envisioned as more horror than parody, 20thCentury Fox changed directors early on because they wanted to emphasizethe humor angle, as the script was already rich with subtle irony -- ituses cannibalism as a metaphor for Manifest Destiny and drug addiction.

As a result of the change, the movie is often uncertainwhich way it wants to go, but once it finds its footing, the comedy elementsmix successfully into what is essentially a abstruse thriller.

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Scream 3 Review


Weak

The minute Kevin Williamson said no to writing "Scream 3," that should have been the end of it. The only thing that made "Scream" special in the first place was the writer's dark, self-aware wit regarding the conventions of the cheesy teen horror genre.

But then, Williamson had already run out of steam when he wrote the series' second installment, which was little more than an unnecessarily convoluted, workaday slasher flick with a couple well-placed sardonic remarks.

Continuing the decline, now comes "Scream 3," which Wes Craven -- the director of the whole series -- swears will be the last one. Good thing, too.

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Never Die Alone Review


OK

"Never Die Alone" opens with an overhead, open-casket coffin shot of a pimp and pusher who called himself "King David," and with the dead man's salvation-seeking voice-over in which he muses, "If I had it to do all over again...."

But aside from paying back a fat chunk of money he stole from a drug kingpin some 10 years before, there's not a scrap of evidence in the rest of the film that this guy has any regrets -- even though he continues his insincere chin-wagging about redemption throughout.

Towering, tough and handsome rapper DMX plays King, and he's so good in the role that he probably had to shower twice a day during the shoot just to keep his conscience clean. But since King spends his every scene of this told-in-flashback story earning that pine box and then some, it's more than a little contemptible that the character comes off as some cool, suave, mack-daddy fact of life.

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Muppets From Space Review


Good

The thing I've always liked best about Muppet movies isall the pop culture sight gags that send adults laughing over the backsof their chairs while the kids sitting next to them just giggle at theMuppets because they're the Muppets.

"Muppets From Space" has more of these over-the- heads- of- babes gags than any of its predecessors, and while thestory -- about hook-nosed, species-unknown Gonzo searching the stars forhis origins -- only moves forward in clumsy fits and starts, when the plotstalls out, the gaps are filled with funny, funny stuff.

After opening credits accompanied by a laughably ominousspace opera score, the story begins with a dream sequence in which Gonzois turned away from Noah's Ark because there's only one of him. As therain starts pouring down, Noah (F. Murray Abraham in a cameo) hands hima small umbrella and wishes him luck.

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3000 Miles To Graceland Review


OK

All action, MTV editing and bad attitude, "3000 Miles to Graceland" is the kind of movie that happens when a music video director decides he wants to be the next Michael Bay -- reigning king of the brain-dead explosions-and-ammo genre.A fast-paced barrage of gunplay and catch-phrase quips, "Graceland" has the adrenaline-fueled demeanor of Bay's "Bad Boys," "The Rock" and "Armageddon," but its plot revolves around the brazen daylight robbery of a Las Vegas casino and its double-crossing aftermath.

Director Demian Lechtenstein opens with a couple character-establishing scenes in which recent bad dude parolee Kurt Russell meets up with habitual criminal bad dude Kevin Costner and his crew (Christian Slater, David Arquette and Bokeem Woodbine) at a dusty desert motel. Then Lechtenstein jumps right into the action, as this quintet rolls into Vegas dressed as sequin-jumpsuited Elvises and carrying guitar cases hiding high-caliber arsenals within.

They hit a casino and nab $3.2 million in a rip-roaring, very violent shootout sequence in which a seemingly endless supply of $9-an-hour security guards line up to get blown away. Once they escape -- via helicopter from the rooftop -- "Graceland" is never quite that exciting again. But it certainly never slows down.

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Bone Tomahawk Trailer

Bone Tomahawk Trailer

Life is quite sedentary in the small town of Bright Hope, the people rely on...

Scream 4 Movie Review

Scream 4 Movie Review

More than a decade after Scream 3, Craven and company reteam for another knowing thriller...

Hamlet 2 Trailer

Hamlet 2 Trailer

Watch the trailer for Hamlet 2.Steve Coogan plays Dana Marschz a failed actor who decides...

Hamlet 2 Movie Review

Hamlet 2 Movie Review

Andrew Fleming's Hamlet 2, a hot potato at this year's Sundance Film Festival which was...

See Spot Run Movie Review

See Spot Run Movie Review

David Arquette gets to reinforce his status as the goofy doofus once again in this...

Muppets From Space Movie Review

Muppets From Space Movie Review

Many critics will disagree with me, but I'm of the opinion that the Muppets, as...

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Scream Movie Review

Scream Movie Review

My review notes for Scream consist of three whole words:Totally.F***ing.Scary.What has been billed as the...

The Grey Zone Movie Review

The Grey Zone Movie Review

One of the most poignant moments in the grave Holocaust drama The Grey Zone comes...

See Spot Run Movie Review

See Spot Run Movie Review

David Arquette gets to reinforce his status as the goofy doofus once again in this...

Ready to Rumble Movie Review

Ready to Rumble Movie Review

Wrestling - for all of its flash pots, Solid Gold dancers, and large, scantily clad,...

Eight Legged Freaks Movie Review

Eight Legged Freaks Movie Review

Spiders are annoying little creatures that always find ways to invade your space. Many people...

Never Die Alone Movie Review

Never Die Alone Movie Review

A movie is bad when you feel sorry for the actors onscreen. A movie is...

Ravenous Movie Review

Ravenous Movie Review

"You are who you eat." So goes the tongue-in-cheek (so to speak) tagline of...

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