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Christmas Movie Madness
It's a Wonderful Life

Don’t you wish you could enjoy your favorite Christmas films on the big screen this year? Well, you can! Several theaters around the Metro-Detroit area are showing time-honored flicks this December to get us all into the Christmas spirit.

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Movie Review: Saw 3D
It's the same old Saw torture trap formula, this time with a bit more cohesive plot and 3D gloss.

Detroit Chic Rating: ** out of *****
Saw 3D manages a bit of surprising edginess, wit, and plot. That said weak acting, the seemingly incomprehensible stupidity at times of characters, melodrama, and lack of originality drags this movie from a few stars to a couple. There’s no new ground tread here, just a journey down a well-beaten path by a veteran guide. At the end of the day, for Halloween movies, you could do a lot worse than Saw 3D.

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Tiffany’s Fall Picks 2010
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We’re quickly approaching October, and it’s almost time for all things scary

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Movie Review: Awake
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Well, there goes 84 minutes of my life that I can never get back, I thought. At least it was only 84 minutes. Medical “thriller” “Awake” was a stark disappointment. The idea behind it was intriguing, that of a man (Christensen) experiencing what is known as Anesthesia Awareness during a heart transplant operation.

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Rob’s Cult Corner #2: “No Such Thing”

                                                                      Cult Classic #2Title: No Such ThingStudio: MGM (Video & DVD)DVD Release Date: July 9, 2002Rating: **** 1/2 out of ***** Starring: Sarah Polley, Robert John Burke, Helen Mirren, Julie ChristieDirector: Hal HartleyRated: R     Run Time: 103 minutes      This movie has so many facets to it: comedy, drama and ethical situations.  It is taking shot at the media [...]

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Movie Review: PERSEPOLIS (2007)

{moshits} Views A smart and funny animated flick, feature-length animated film Persepolis promises moviegoers a unique experience.  The film serves as a period piece, while managing to serve up some heady universal messages on mankind and life…. (All pictures courtesy of Sony Classics)

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