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- 'The Family' will be quickly forgotten Robert De Niro spoofs some of his own iconic personas in new dark comedy about a mafia clan out of water, Steve Ouellette writes.
- 'Riddick' delivers on promises Vin Diesel film a decent sci-fi action movie, Steve Ouellette writes.
'Getaway' script dreadful, story ludicrous
The acting is sub-par, the ending is poor, and the car chases that make up nearly the entire length of the film are tedious and repetitious, Steve Ouellette writes.
'World's End' pulls off difficult trick
The completion of the so-called Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy may be the best yet, Steve Ouellette writes.
Sequel ramps up violence, loses satire
"Kick-Ass 2" offers very little of the cleverness or humor of its predecessor, Steve Ouellette writes.
'Elysium' interesting, entertaining
Dystopian adventure mildly disappointing, but still very watchable, Steve Ouellette writes.
Washington, Wahlberg the right match
The buddy cop flick is a time-tested formula, but its success generally rests heavily on the shoulders of whoever plays the two inevitably mismatched partners, movie critic Steve Ouellette writes.
Jackman excellent in 'Wolverine'
"The Wolverine" is good, though it doesn't quite reach the level of "X-Men Origins: Wolverine," Steve Ouellette writes.
'R.I.P.D.' short on originality, story
Supernatural action comedy wastes a decent concept and a strong cast, Steve Ouellette writes.
'Pacific Rim' a decent summer blockbuster
Film is every bit as big and loud as one would expect a movie about giant robots and monsters to be, but it's not stupid, and it doesn't treat its viewers as if they are either, Steve Ouellette writes.
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