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The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel

Neat concept: the outsourcing of old people to India. Most will enjoy it. It's about adapting to change, something we all need to embrace.

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Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

This is a stunning-looking film, but unlike, say, "300", the stylization doesn't have enough to do with the story and the actors get lost or at least play second fiddle to the art direction. Could have/should have been funnier. Not bad though.

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Rock of Ages

Tom Cruise is great. So is the monkey. Most of the rest, not so much.

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Hysteria

The origin of the vibrator—I'm in! Unfortunately, for me, the issue was the film couldn't make up its mind whether it wanted to be a comedy or something a hair more serious. You have to be one or the other.

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The Intouchables

An absolute monster hit in France and most of the rest of Europe. The lead actors are very engaging but the racial tension doesn't have the power here that it does in France.

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