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Snow White and the Huntsman is mostly a fine fairy tale movie with some good ideas and fun special effects. Unfortunately, it gets bogged down by some really boring expository scenes that last way too long.

Even with all these problems, it's still a perfectly acceptable movie. Go in expecting nothing more than a fairy tale, and you'll most likely enjoy yourself. Or if you've already seen it, we'd like to hear your opinion too. Would you recommend Snow White and the Huntsman?

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"The Hunger Games" is a lot of fun, and considering its target audience, the world has a surprising amount of depth to it. As far as the violence goes, they show as much as they can get away with and still keep the PG-13 rating. That still allows for some pretty gruesome and uncomfortable imagery, which I think is what a movie like this needs.

Will you go see "The Hunger Games" this weekend, or stay home and rent "Battle Royale?" Or if you've seen it already, what did you think?

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So the fourth "Underworld" movie isn't exactly what you'd call good. But what can you expect with a January release? Still, if you really really like this series, "Awakening" is a decent way to kill 88 minutes.

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I really wanted this to be better. As it is, it's still a fun movie, and definitely worth the cost of admission. It could have been so much more though. Are you going to see "John Carter" this weekend? Or if you already have, what did you think?

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The Avengers is out in the United States this weekend, and it's everything you'd want out of a superhero movie. Best of all, you finally get to see Nick Fury in action. Just don't see it in 3D if you can avoid it. As a post-production conversion, it adds absolutely nothing to the movie.

Do stay all the way through the credits, though. The scene in the middle of the credits is your typical Marvel teaser for the next movie, but the one all the way at the end (filmed after the premiere) is really something special.

(Avengers)

bryan cranston,cinema,collin farrell,grande gatto,meh,movies,News and Reviews,remake,reviews,total recall
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While some of the action scenes can be pretty cool, the new Total Recall isn't nearly as fun to watch or as memorable as the 1990 version.

Will you go see Total Recall this weekend, or will you stay home and watch Ahnold's version again? Or you could always read the short story, "We Can Remember It For You Wholesale," especially if you haven't already. Seriously, go read it. Right now. It's amazing.

alien,ben stiller,cinema,comedy,grande gatto,jonah hill,News and Reviews,reviews,richard ayoade,the watch,vince vaughn
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This is definitely one of those movies where nearly all the funny parts were in the trailer. The rest of the movie has a few minor chuckles and not much more. If you're still really interested in it, I'd recommend waiting for it to come out on DVD or Streaming and renting it.

If you do end up seeing The Watch though, please tell us what you think.

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