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    Ryan Gosling is in politics, Presidentially speaking – with a twist!


    Hugh Jackman teaches robots to box in a near-future sci-fi slant!
  • 1. FAST FIVE:

    Vin Diesel is back for yet another iteration of what has become one of the most successful action franchises this side of The Transporter. This time Diesel, as Dominic Toretto, is joined by Dwayne (The Rock) Johnson who is a US Marshall out to get him.  Paul Walker, now his friend, and a former cop, makes the trip as well as Brian O’Connor, and tucked away in a tough little corner of Rio de Janeiro is getting tracked down by the law.  What to do?  Well, drive of course.  As usual, the driving scenes are spectacular, the story has some nice twists, and a great thrill ride is had by all.  Diesel produced the movie as well as starring in it. Rated 14A.

  • 2. SCREAM 4:

    Another sequel, and another getting together of an old cast has David Arquette, Courtney Cox, and Neve Campbell all trying to figure out who is killing people in Woodsboro again, now that Sydney (Campbell) is back with her new book.  As is always the case with Wes Craven’s Scream franchise, no one is whom they appear to be, and just when you think you know who did what to whom, there is a twist.  Is it set for a sequel – Scream 5?  Listen, does Freddy Kruger like dreamers?  It did well at the box office, and will be a sure thing for a return … incidentally, Arquette and Cox were going through their marriage breakup while shooting this film, in which they play a husband and wife trying to reconcile. Rated 14A.


    If you know Pinhead and the Hellraiser franchise that began with the first movie in 1987 in which the extreme gore and violence was combined with an intense supernatural setting that would have frightened the devil himself, you won’t think much of this ninth movie in the series, and the first without Doug Bradley as the signature character.  It’s direct-to-DVD, and if Halloween wasn’t less than a month away, I wouldn’t mention it.  But I just want you to set your expectations very, very low for this one. Rated R.

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  • 4. FAST FIVE

    Some of the best driving scenes you will ever see … but rent Fast & Furious 4 to get yourself up to speed on the story before seeing this one!


Despite some serious plot holes, this is a pretty good thriller.  Will you see the ending coming?  Probably!


    Excellent supernatural thriller in a “Sixth Sense” vein


    High principles and a Christian theme make this great for all family members

  • 50/50

    Seth Rogan in a film about terminal cancer – a comedy that actually works


    Ana Faris is very raunchy as she looks for Mr. Right – backwards!

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