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Troy Cook, Guest Writer Should I stay or should I go now? That’s the question we all face with a new movie and I have to say that “District 9″ is a definite go. It’s an unusual and highly original science-fiction film that… continue reading review.
One of the only movies to receive a 5/5 here at HeidiTown is now playing at Lyric Cinema Cafe in Fort Collins, Colorado. Read HeidiTown’s review of this movie. For movie times, visit Lyric Cinema Cafe’s Website.
Cliff and Cyndey are newlyweds – he’s a screenwriter on the verge of a successful career and she’s looking forward to starting a family and being a mom. But first, they are off a Hawaii, and looking to experience the perfect continue reading review here.
This is not my favorite genre of film. “The Ring” (2004) kept me up for two straight nights, but this one isn’t quite as frightening as “The Ring.” In fact, the previews of “Orphan” were continue reading review.
This movie is set in Iraq in 2004, and despite the location and subject matter, the writer and director stayed away from politics. Instead they concentrated on the things that make an excellent war movie … continue reading this review.
In a summer full of big blockbusters with little substance, “Moon” is a refreshing departure from summer’s standard fare. This movie has been open in limited release since June 12, but just hit Colorado theaters last weekend. The only place to see “Moon” in Northern Colorado is at… continue reading this review.
This movie is a sequel to the 2006 movie “Night at the Museum.” In the first movie, Larry Daly (Ben Stiller) discovers the museum he guards comes to life at night, thanks to… continue reading this Movie Review.
I must admit, I was a childhood fan of the “X-Men” television cartoon, and I have enjoyed the three previous “X-Men” movies. If you are unaware of the “X-Men,” it was a superhero team comprised of mutants, first appearing in a Marvel comic named… read the rest of this review.
The previews for this movie boasted, “brought to you by the creators of “˜Superbad,’” but this movie is very different. I never got around writing a review of “Superbad,” but I wasn’t a fan of the movie. It was occasionally amusing, but I found most of the jokes to be at best, sophomoric, and at worst, downright disgusting. Obviously, I had low expectations for “Adventureland.” Read the rest