Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Opening in Orlando -- Sept. 21st, 2012

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Dredd 3D -- Remember when beloved comics properties like Judge Dredd were turned over to slumming, uncaring stewards like Sylvester Stallone? Now they become fall-doldrum “star vehicles” for the likes of Karl Urban to sink their teeth into between voice-over sessions for Star Trek video games. Ah, progress. (R) [youtube 2AMMCPms2go] End of Watch -- Reviewed this week. (R)
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House at the End of the Street -- The mother-daughter team of Elisabeth Shue and Jennifer Lawrence move into a new town and become embroiled in the aftermath of a killing that once went on right next door. Despite the familiar-sounding title, the movie is not a remake of The Last House on the Left, The Cabin in the Woods, The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane or even The Shop Around the Corner. (PG-13) [youtube 7V9thTmoc_s] Klown -- Reviewed this week. (R)

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The Master -- Reviewed this week. (R)

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Trouble With the Curve -- An on-the-ropes baseball scout (Clint Eastwood) takes his daughter (Amy Adams) along on a trip to find new talent that could save his career. SPOILER ALERT: In the film’s hilarious climax, she falls and hits her head on a stadium seat, rendering her a vegetable and giving him two inanimate objects to argue with. (PG-13)

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