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  1. Juno

    “Juno” was my first introduction to up-and-coming star Ellen Page, and she made a striking first impression as Juno, a teen girl who unexpectedly finds herself pregnant one day and has to decide what...

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  2. Thank You for Smoking

    “Thank You for Smoking” was a clear star vehicle for the at times dubious talents of Aaron Eckhart, one of my less favorite actors, but given the important message the film was striving towards...

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  3. Little Miss Sunshine

    This film was one of the weird ones in my book. I liked it in some ways, because it turned the down-and-dirty business of kiddie beauty contests on its ear, and this is something...

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  4. Last Holiday

    If I notice a new film coming out that stars Queen Latifah, I immediately add it to my “to watch” list. Unless I encounter a truly scathing review before I make it to the...

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  5. The Bucket List

    What is not to love about Jack Nicholson? Aside from his notable affinity for starring roles in the horror genre, which I steadfastly avoid (I can manufacture quite enough horror in my own head...

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  6. Revolutionary Road

    When I watched “Up in the Air” I remember thinking, “wow, that was one of the most depressing movies I’ve ever seen”. But that was only because I hadn’t watched “Revolutionary Road” yet. This...

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  7. Up in the Air

    As I write this review I am fully aware that “Up in the Air” was heralded by many as the movie of the year when it first came out, and that it eventually earned...

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  8. Safe House

    A friend of mine highly recommend “Safe House”, and on the surface it appeared to have all of the elements that make up my favorite espionage thriller movies. I did enjoy the film –...

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  9. Good Will Hunting

    I have lost count of how many times I have watched “Good Will Hunting”. This film is quite simply priceless – a perfect blend of drama, comedy, romance, darkness, light, pain and hope. Not...

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  10. Gran Torino

    I am a huge Eastwood fan. Whether Clint is director, star, or both, I am in when I see his name on the bill. Here, Eastwood wears two hats – director and star –...

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