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The Root of All Evil - By Betty Jo Tucker
Into its web, The Debt drew me. But with Stephen Dorff, thatís easy. His acting always seems so real.   And I believe heís the real deal.   The man he plays in this story finds himself in a quandary. He has... MORE >>
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By Frank Wilkins
It was only a matter of time before Dory got her own picture. Granted, no one could have imagined it would take Pixar 13 years, but weíre finally going back to Nemoís reef to pay another visit to the forgetful blue tang and her finned, scaled, feathered, and tentacled friends in Finding... MORE >>
Enviable Credentials - By Richard Jack Smith
When horror works, characterization always comes first. In The Conjuring 2, writer/director James Wan proves that peopleís emotions are essential. Along with fellow scribes Carey Hayes, Chad Hayes... MORE >>
Unlikely Heroes - By Betty Jo Tucker
Please donít laugh when I say Blackway reminds me a little of The Wizard of Oz. Much like Dorothy in that beloved childrenís classic, Lillian (Julia Stiles) needs assistance... MORE >>

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Nine Years of Movie Fun! - By Betty Jo Tucker
On June 28, Movie Addict Headquarters invites you to our Ninth Year Anniversary Party featuring clips of famous guests, favorite shows, a book giveaway and other goodies. Among the many fascinating film folks to be spotlighted are: William V. Madison (author... MORE >>
Score Season #5 - By Richard Jack Smith
Below are more soundtrack reviews of recent and archival releases. Anthony Adverse (Erich Wolfgang Korngold, 1936) **** Composer Erich Wolfgang Korngold dreamt big, and this comes out in his lush orchestrations.... MORE >>

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Set against the volatile Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Steven Spielberg's Munich is a lament for the inevitability and futility of the cycle of revenge. Beginning with a famous tragic event -- the kidnapping and eventual... MORE >>
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