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The Martian review – Matt Damon shines as stranded …
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Proving conclusively that it really is all about the writing, Ridley Scott's most enjoyable film in years reassures us that the creakiness of Prometheus, the cack-handed contrivance of The Counsellor and the sheer stodginess of …

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Movie review: 'Insurgent' | LCMS News & Information
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The first film revealed that Tris didn't possess a single dominant character trait but displayed qualities of all five factions, which made her “divergent.” Individuals branded “divergent” emerge in “Insurgent” as the scapegoats for …

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'The Martian' Movie Review by a Rocket Scientist | Olympia …
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As a person who helped build and launch rockets for NASA's Space programs, I naturally became curious about seeing the 20th Century Fox motion picture, The Martian directed by Ridley Scott, starring Matt Damon.

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Beasts of No Nation Movie Review (2015) | Roger Ebert
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It's impossible to deny the power of this film about a child soldier, but many things about it feel dubious.

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Movie Review – Beasts of No Nation | mxdwn Movies
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Agu is able to escape into the jungle and find a new family under the NDF, an increasingly successful rebel faction. The rest of the movie follows Agu's inscription as a child soldier under the eye of the Commandant (Idris Elba, …

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Divergent Review | KG's Movie Rants
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Divergents pose a threat to the faction system, so the government hunt and kill them because they exhibit more than one personality trait…seriously, did anybody proofread this script before greenlighting the movie?

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The Martian · Film Review · The A.V. Club
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Previous Movie Review The long-delayed spy flick Shanghai offers noir without the style · Next Movie Review He Named Me Malala is a puff piece for an icon who doesn't need one. Available at Amazon. Recommended by.

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Movie Review – Match (2014) – Flickering Myth
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When a married couple called Mike (Matthew Lillard) and Lisa (Carla Gugino) ask Toby (Patrick Stewart) for an interview about the heyday of 1960's dancing in NYC, the ex-performer is initially happy to relive his glory days …

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The Transporter: Refueled · Film Review · The A.V. Club
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More Movie Review. Previous Movie Review Bloodsucking Bastards will appeal more to teen gorehounds than office drones · Go to the A.V. Club homepage. Available at Amazon. Recommended by. Bestseller.

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