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Review: Resident Evil: Retribution

Uwe Boll gets most of the scorn, but has anyone done more to destroy hope of a decent movie being made from a video game than Paul W.S. Anderson?
Creative bankruptcy
By BRETT MICHEL  |  September 21, 2012
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Review: Stone

Of the two films released this week about women laboring to spring their men from the joint, I prefer Jim Curran's mystifying Stone to Tony Gwynn's earnestly uplifting Conviction .
Jailhouse rock
By PETER KEOUGH  |  October 15, 2010
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Review: The Fourth Kind

If the “actual footage” used in this film is real, then there’s something going on up in Alaska even more frightening than the rise of Sarah Palin.
Creepy, but clumsy
By DAVID WILDMAN  |  November 06, 2009
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October lite

We expected the vampires, the werewolves, the zombies, and the homicidal maniacs. Same thing with the android doubles, the alien abductors, the sexually abused pregnant teenager, the Apocalypse, and the post-Apocalypse. But kids' movies?
The outlook is still gloomy, but film finds time for childish things
By PETER KEOUGH  |  September 18, 2009
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Review: A Perfect Getaway

David Twohy's film may be pulp, but it's well-crafted, entertaining pulp.
Well-crafted, entertaining pulp
By JEREMY MASSLER  |  August 14, 2009
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Resident Evil: Extinction

Meanwhile, the deep-pocketed Umbrella Corporation continues its nefarious schemes — puzzling, given the lack of commerce in an undead society.
A nail in the RE coffin
By BRETT MICHEL  |  September 26, 2007


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War zones

The party’s over. Time for the lessons to begin.
Fall films face terror at home and abroad
By PETER KEOUGH  |  September 12, 2007
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Ultraviolet

“My name is Violet, and I was born into a world you may not understand.”
Comics used to level coffee tables have better stories
By BRETT MICHEL  |  March 08, 2006
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Politics as usual?

Conspiracy, corruption, catastrophe — politics and world events sure can be exciting. Even the mainstream news is taking an interest.
Or will Hollywood cover the issues in 2006?
By PETER KEOUGH  |  January 26, 2006