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Review of “Ocean’s Thirteen” (2007) PG-13 122min HD-DVD

May 1st, 2008 · No Comments

The summary: this is definitely a better movie then Ocean’s Twelve, but the 11 was the best one of the trilogy. Good entertainment, in theater and on DVD/HD-DVD/Blu-Ray – whatever you watch it on.

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Tags: "Guy" Films · Comedy · Crime/Gangster · DVD · Movies · Thrillers/Suspense

Review of “Leatherheads” (2008) PG-13 114min

April 4th, 2008 · No Comments

George Clooney, fresh from directing “Michael Clayton”, delivers another great movie – this time a romantic sports comedy.
The plot: 1925. Jimmy “Dodge” Connolly (George Clooney) is a charming, middle-aged [American] football player for Bulldogs in the struggling 1925 football league, who wants to [...]

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Tags: Comedy · Drama · Romance · Sports Films

Michael Clayton (2007) R 119min

October 16th, 2007 · 2 Comments

An intelligent high-powered legal thriller, this is not a action film, so it’s a departure from shaky camera of the Bourne films. Very realistic. The title is appropriate: a story of a man who’s a great lawyer, not such a good friend, and an unsuccessful family man. There’s a little of The Firm, Civic Action and Erin Brokovich – a crusade of individual against an evil corporation, but for the most part the focus of the movies is drama of human beings who just happen to be lawyers.

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Tags: Drama · Movies · Thrillers/Suspense

Good Night And Good Luck (2005) PG 93min

October 12th, 2007 · No Comments

Great film directed by George Clooney and starring himself and David Strathairn as CBS reporter Edward R. Morrow, who stood up to senator McCarthy, who was using fear to erode civil liberties, which makes it a very important movie of our time, when people who criticize the administration are accused of being unpatriotic and terrorist-huggers.

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Tags: Biographical · DVD · Documentary · Drama · Movies · Thrillers/Suspense