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Pick of the Week

Silver Linings Playbook

This is weird maybe, or crazy, but I can't think of a storyteller who I'm more in synch with than David O. Russell (Spanking the Monkey, The Fighter), and now Silver Linings Playbook. I love this guy as a writer and director.

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Lincoln

Theatrical, well-acted, powerful—more like watching a good Broadway play than a movie. Daniel Day-Lewis is especially terrific. Academy Award? I would think so.

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Life of Pi

The backstory was a little slow and boring for me—but the rest of this film is absolutely stunning!

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Skyfall

Poor Alex Cross gets the Alex Cross movie. James Bond gets a $200 million production called Skyfall. Doesn't seem quite fair. And still—Skyfall does look great up on the big screen.

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Killing Them Softly

Anything but. Killing them viciously. Killing them bloodily. Interesting dialog though. Well reviewed by the critics, who are predictable. And also out of touch with reality.

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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn–Part 2

Here's the crazy thing. I understand why people who are obsessed with the books will go to all the movies. But why have I gone to all the movies? I don't get it. Can someone please help me?

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