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Budapest Hotel is indeed Grand

Budapest Hotel is indeed Grand

The Grand Budapest Hotel may be Wes Anderson at, well, his most Wes Anderson-esque. Those that dislike the director for his unusual style and idiosyncrasies are advised to avoid this film. Viewers that appreciate the director's work, though, are going to discover a rich, quirky cinematic tapestry that's a feast for both the eyes and ears.

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Schwarzenegger blazes through Sabotage

Schwarzenegger blazes through Sabotage

Aside from gaining another opportunity to see Arnold Schwarzenegger in his latest post-Governorship action film, it was a real kick to tell the person behind the box office counter, "One for 'Sabataage,'" pronouncing the film's title in the way William Shatner did on Star Trek, which erupted with a famous response when the director called him out on his mispronunciation with,

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RoboCop gets recycled

RoboCop gets recycled

Despite those who thought — and, indeed, actively wanted — director Jose Padilha's remake to be a complete disaster, the new RoboCop is actually pretty well-loaded with good ideas, good performances, and good action setpieces. Its biggest problem lies in the fact that it just didn't know what to do with them in the end.

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