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Piranha 3D   8/20/10
by Holden Pike
Elisabeth Shue and Ving Rhames play the local deputies, Jerry O'Connell a crass Joe Francis type filming an episode of his trashy "Girls Gone Wild"-ish video, Adam Scott is the scientist called in to investigate the quake, Steven R.

Get Low   8/16/10
by Holden Pike
While the flaws of the film's final third will keep it from becoming any kind of classic, the positives definitely make it worth a look.

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World   8/13/10
by Holden Pike
Michael Cera is Pilgrim, a twenty-two-year-old Toronto lad who is in a band and dating a high schooler, still nursing the broken heart from his now-famous ex, the lead singer in a popular band.

Salt   7/23/10
by Holden Pike
Jolie has headlined adventure movies before, and while there are times it does accidentally slam over into the Tomb Raider style of cartoonish exploits, in general it tries to keep the spectacle grounded in at least a little credible reality - or at least as much credibility as Damon's Bourne or Cra...

Inception   7/16/10
by Holden Pike
...for this perceiver of the shared dream I woke up after the end credits generally satisfied yet still wanting more than I was given.

The Kids Are All Right   7/09/10
by Holden Pike
Definitely one of the most engaging and satisfying movies of the year, happily free of explosions or 3D, instead relying on the honest interaction between the characters for its fireworks.

NO RATING
The Osterman Weekend   7/04/10
by Holden Pike
Adapted from the Ludlum novel of the same name, it's a contrived piece about paranoia, betrayal and espionage that has an interesting tone and all-star cast but never comes together.

NO RATING
The Ballad of Cable Hogue   7/04/10
by Holden Pike
This was Peckinpah's follow-up to his widely and rightfully praised masterpiece [i]The Wild Bunch[/i], and it's nearly as good...

The Thorn in the Heart   6/12/10
by Holden Pike
Michel Gondry, the French music video director turned feature auteur with the likes of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, The Science of Sleep and Be Kind Rewind, turns his camera inward to tell some stories of his own family.

And Everything Is Going Fine   6/12/10
by Holden Pike
Not long after famed monologist Spalding Gray's suicide in 2004, Steven Soderbergh announced he would be making a documentary about his friend and colleague (Gray appeared as an actor in his King of the Hill and Soderbergh filmed one of his stage pieces, Gray's Anatomy).


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