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One Minute Review: Blended (2014) [1.5]

BLENDED // Looking at the progression from “The Wedding Singer” to “50 First Dates” to the newest installment in the pairing of Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, “Blended”, it is made painfully clear how far off base the quality of the films have fallen. 375 more words

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One Minute Review: Belle (2014) [4.0]

BELLE // Having starred in countless television movies and adding small supporting roles to recent films like “Larry Crowne” and “Odd Thomas”, actress Gugu Mbatha-Raw makes her first breakout leading performance in Amma Asante’s first film in almost a decade, the period piece titled “Belle”. 382 more words

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One Minute Review: The Quiet Ones (2014) [3.5]

THE QUIET ONES // If I were to say that “The Quiet Ones” was creepy, since it is a horror film and you would hope for the best, you may assume it is a startling and hair-raising sort of creepy. 470 more words

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One Minute Review: Locke (2014) [4.5]

LOCKE // Following in the footsteps of a film like “Buried”, which was shot entirely in one location with only one actor ever present on screen, “Locke” takes its single character show on the road. 290 more words

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One Minute Review: Muppets Most Wanted (2014) [3.0]

MUPPETS MOST WANTED // Losing most of the magic instilled by the 2011 reboot of “The Muppets” and even with three years between productions, “Muppets Most Wanted” still feels like a lesser quality product with less humor and less soul. 223 more words

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One Minute Review: A Haunted House 2 (2014) [2.0]

A HAUNTED HOUSE 2 // After having five “Scary Movie” horror parodies thrown at us, the biggest fear now is that “A Haunted House” will become a franchise. 350 more words

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One Minute Review: Breathe In (2014) [5.0]

BREATHE IN // With 2011’s “Like Crazy”, two things happened: Drake Doremus became one of my favorite directors and I developed a huge crush on actress Felicity Jones. 447 more words

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