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Reviews: ‘Contraband,’ ‘Red Tails,’ more

January 25, 2012 RED TAILS Exalting the contributions of Black Americans in World War II, “Red Tails” soars into the clouds with the “Star Wars” battling spirit embraced in “Top Gun” air-show maneuvers. more »»

It is time for ‘Extremely Loud’

January 25, 2012 How long did it take until W.Va. more »»

‘New Year’s Eve’ strikes out

December 28, 2011 If only life were as simple as a Garry Marshall ensemble movie where better, worse or status quo, everyone deals successfully with their circumstances. more »»

Huntington Cinema closes doors

December 28, 2011 Thanks for the chance to “don’t dream it, be it,” wrote David Driskell, the founder of Downhome Decadence, which produced the pre-show and interactive portions of the “Rocky Horror Picture Show”... more »»

Most serious award-nominated flicks won’t hit WV until January

December 28, 2011 Surely you’ve seen those television spots or movie previews that state that certain highly touted, independent, film festival and/or film critic picks will only be shown at “selected theatres?” So... more »»

Review: ‘Breaking Dawn: Part 1’

November 30, 2011 No one wants to sit in the front row but for this vampires-and-werewolves-meet-humans flick, all 16 auditoriums at Marquee Pullman Square had sold out for the midnight sho. more »»

Holiday movie previews

November 30, 2011 As the calendar moves from Thanksgiving to Christmas, cinemas pit vampire teen angst, ala the “Twilight” saga, against amalgamation of mystery/thrillers and “family-friendly” far. more »»

Selling Spurlock’s latest film

October 26, 2011 “Star Trek” and “Super 8” director J.J. Abrams told documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock that he “believes in storytelling, not story selling.” Abrams, who shot “Super 8” in Weirton, W.Va. more »»

‘Paranormal’ prequel has got the goods

October 26, 2011 In this prequel to “Paranormal Activity,” the 1980s is the backdrop to the story of sisters Katie and Kristi (Chloe Csengery and Jessica Tyler Brown). more »»

‘Footloose’ review and holiday previews

October 26, 2011 When a city slicker moves to a Texas town of 20,000, he learns that the teens there can’t dance. more »»

‘Contagion’ a totally plausible thriller

September 28, 2011 Preying upon left over recollections of the H1N1 pandemic hysteria, director Steven (“Oceans 13”) Soderbergh crafted “Contagion” into a scientifically plausible viral thrille. more »»

Parker, Pitt, Clooney and a ‘Footloose’ for the 21st Century

September 28, 2011 “I Don’t Know How She Does It” Sarah Jessica Parker plays a woman whose life is a mess in “I Don’t Know How She Does It.” Two kids, a husband and a road warrior investment job. more »»

From Angels to Hellcats, women’s roles in biker flicks

August 31, 2011 Racing on the highway chasing an unfathomable American road dream has placed the motorcyclist in the spotlight since moviemaking began. more »»

Reviews: ‘Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark,’ ‘Colombiana’

August 31, 2011 Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark No serial killer. No simple explanation. No psycho seeking revenge. Here’s a creepy ol’ house flick that elicits squeals of delight and fear from audiences. more »»

Captain America lives up to the hype

July 27, 2011 Back in the days of World War II, Uncle Sam extended the call and young men crammed recruiting offices and enlisted in the Armed Force. more »»

Final ‘Potter’ more than just a movie

July 27, 2011 Mesmerizing its audience, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2” performs movie abracadabra by saving the best for last. Unlike most “franchise” flicks (i. more »»

Wizard wins box office bank

July 27, 2011 Based on results tallied by Box Office, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2” has put the franchise ahead in the raw numbers tally. Potter flicks have amassed $2. more »»

‘Super 8’ an homage to classic Speilberg

June 29, 2011 Special effects had a “wow” crescendo for visual mysteries and surprises until digital developments reinvented visual awesomeness. more »»

Review: ‘Green Lantern’ lacks personality

June 29, 2011 Super heroes soared into blockbuster status when Christopher Reeve took to the sky as “Superman” heralded by an accompanying “you’ll believe a man can fl. more »»

Review: ‘Bad Teacher’ not nearly bad enough

June 29, 2011 By Tony Rutherford Middle school role models inspire students to read, explore, respect elders and laws, and essentially do not challenge authority. more »»



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