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'X-Men: Days of Future Past' Restored the Series to Its Former Glory

More than any previous X-Men film, Days of Future Past engages in deeply geeky, comic book-inspired elements resulting in the best cinematic representation of X-Men comics to-date.

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Sunny Ozell Performs "Git Gone" (Video) + Photo Set from Rockwood Show

Sunny Ozell performed the rollicking "Git Gone" on New York City's 'Good Day' morning show a couple days after she visited Rockwood.

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One of the Best Mini-Series of All Time is Back, This Time With Lots of Extras: 'I, Claudius'

Superb acting and a literate script elevate the 1976 BBC product of I, Claudius above most television (and most films), in its day and in ours

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'Saw' Points: Patrick Stewart in 'Macbeth'

This is a gripping interpretation of Macbeth, combining modern horror and Soviet-era paranoia.

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Between His Madness and Grief and Between Grief and His Grave -- Ah, Poor Hamlet!

The Royal Shakespeare Company's Hamlet, starring David Tennant and Patrick Stewart, has been hailed as the definitive Hamlet for a new generation.

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The Anton Chekhov Collection

A superbly acted, exhaustively complete summary of the great Russian’s dramas that provides real depth of insight into the plays and their possibilities.

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Cowabunga! 'TMNT' rules

David Hinckley
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TMNT (2007)

The CGI allows the Turtles to have facial expressions, though here these mostly range from angsty to angstier.

Daynah Burnett
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X-Men: The Last Stand (2006)

It's a superhero movie, so all these choices involve massive destruction -- buildings disintegrating, fireballs flying, bodies detonating.

Cynthia Fuchs
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Star Trek: Insurrection (Special Collector's Edition) (1998)

Star Trek: Insurrection has been left without a defender of its particulars. I volunteer.

Jesse Hassenger
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X2: X-Men United (2003)

At once all powerful and utterly powerless, this involuntary terrorist is the first mutant you meet in X2.

Cynthia Fuchs
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Star Trek: Nemesis (2002)

Director Stuart Baird seems to be chasing the glory of Wrath of Khan, but those parallels leave the newer film feeling sort of like a cover band.

Jesse Hassenger
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X2: X-Men United (2003)

At once all powerful and utterly powerless, this involuntary terrorist is the first mutant you meet in X2.

Cynthia Fuchs
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Star Trek: Nemesis (2002)

As Nemesis amply demonstrates, the franchise is getting quite long in the tooth.

Todd R. Ramlow
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Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (2001)

Full-length computer-animated features have, thus far, fallen into the realm of children's fantasy.

Jon and Rachel Munn
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