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Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) – or – Storybook murder

The Grand Budapest Hotel review

A writer (Jude Law), staying at the Grand Budapest Hotel, bumps into the owner, Mr. Moustafa (F. Murray Abraham), and asks him how he came to own the hotel. Mr. Moustafa invites him for dinner, and tells him the story, Continue

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Contagion (2011) – or – Time to pick up some hand sanitizer.

Ever since I showed up late to an advanced screening of Contagion, I’ve been patiently waiting for it to hit DVD. My wait finally ended yesterday and I only wish I had seen the film sooner. Opening with shot after Continue


Hugo (2011) – or – Film history comes alive.

Hugo is easily one of the best films of the year that nobody has really heard of. An even bigger problem is that those who have heard of it but haven’t seen it, have a very different idea of what Continue

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Repo Men – Film Reel Reviews

Other than a few good action sequences, this movie was a disaster. – Will Two men make a living as artificial organ repo men. When one of them has to have a heart transplant and can’t pay his bill he Continue


Sherlock Holmes – Film Reel Reviews

Holmes and Watson must match wits with Lord Blackwood, a man who was hung for practicing black magic but seems to have returned from the grave. Directed by – Guy Ritchie Written by – Michael Robert Johnson, Anthony Peckham, Simon Continue