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Film Review : Warm Bodies

R, a twenty something old Zombie falls in love with Julie, a human from a group of survivors of the zombie apocalypse. R saves Julie and hides her in his secret airplane home and as their relationship grows R finds himself slowly coming back to life. Will Julie’s military father or the hoard of raging zombies accept that zombies can change back into people?

Film Review : Undefeated

The Oscar winning documentary Undefeated finally makes its way to video release. The film follows Bill Courtney, the head football coach at inner city Manassas high school, an underfunded and underprivileged team that has not won a playoff game in its 114 year existence. In the face of extreme adversity can he transform his group of individual kids into a team of winners?

Film Review : Hansel and Gretel : Witch Hunters

Expanding on the classic children’s fairytale, Hansel and Gretel : Witch Hunters follows the brother and sister into adulthood. The pair help a small village fend off a pack of sinister witches that are preparing for a pagan ritual for the blood moon by kidnapping children. Hansel and Gretel unexpectedly find out that their past puts the pair in the cross hairs of the evil witch’s plans as well.

Film Review : Movie 43

A crazy man finds his way into a movie pitch with a movie of executive. His series of horrible and raunchy skits are re-enacted in this new film spearheaded by director Peter Farelly, one half of the team that wrote and directed comedy classics Dumb and Dumber and There's Something About Mary.

Film Review : The Last Stand

Featuring the return of Arnold Schwarzenegger, The Last Stand follows Ray Owens, an aging small town sheriff who is the only person standing in the way of an escaped Mexican Drug cartel boss’s successful escape from the USA. Will the overmatched small town sheriff be able to stop the rampaging bad guy and his gang of thugs from crossing the border?

Film Review : Les Miserables

Based off the popular play, Les Miserables is a musical that follows the life of Jean Valjean set in 19th Century France. Having served 19 years in a slave prison camp Jean Valjean changes identities and skips out on parole starting a new life. When the relentless inspector Javert finds him and chases Valjean over the course of decades it sets off a series of events that includes Valjean saving a little girl named Cosette and saving a boy caught in the French Revolution. But will Valjean’s good deeds save his soul?

Film Review : This is 40

This is 40 is the newest comedy by Judd Apatow, the writer and director of several hit comedies the last decade including Knocked Up which the advertising constantly reminds you of. The film follows the misadventures of Pete and Debbie, a married couple who navigate the rocky moments of marriage and middle age. This includes money issues, parent issues and parenting issues as the couple has a teenage daughter. The advertising calls the film a ‘sort of sequel’ to Judd Apatow’s biggest hit Knocked Up, but This is 40 contains no connection or mention of the events from that film.

Film Review : The Hobbit

This prequel to the Lord of the Rings trilogy follows the adventure of Bilbo Baggins, a small Hobbit that agrees to help a contingent of 13 dwarves led by a wizard named Gandolf. Together this band of characters seek to defeat an evil dragon named Smaug who forced the dwarves from their mountain home sixty years prior to our story. A set of deadly lands, monsters and tasks lie ahead, will the motley crew be able to survive long enough to face the dragon Smaug?

Film Review : Rise of the Guardians

The Guardians, a super hero team consisting of Santa Clause, the Easter Bunny, Sandman, Tooth Fairy and Jack Frost, are called into action by the moon to defend children from a rampaging boogey man called Pitch. Pitch uses nightmares to get the children to believe in him and by foiling the others holidays, Pitch convinces the children to stop believing in our heroes stripping them of their powers. Will the holiday super team be able to stop Pitch’s terror on the children of the world?

Film Review : Save the Date

Kevin makes a very public proposal only to be turned down by commitment phobic Sarah. To make things more complicated, Sarah’s sister Beth is engaged to Kevin’s friend Andrew. Sarah immediately finds a new boyfriend Jonathan, a nice guy that is head over heels in love with her. Will Sarah finally let go of her fear of commitment?