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Tarzan Meets Jane in the Urban Concrete Jungle of 'Wild Thing'

From the wide range of ‘80s cheese to choose from, Wild Thing offers very little of the tang that makes the slightly better ‘80s schlock a little more fun to watch.

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Transporter 3

As Frank discovers what's at stake and unravels who wants what, he devises first to get the job done and then, because he actually falls for his wet noodle of a passenger, to save her.

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Prison Break: Season 3

The great thing about watching this show on DVD, rather than on TV, is that it doesn’t allow you a chance to actually sit and think about it.

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Talk, Talk, Talk: November 2008

Like the sainted sigh of relief that comes after another shriek-filled All Hallow's Eve, November usually means the start of the 'nominate me' process for the proposed prestige pictures of 2008.

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Prison Break

Prison Break has never lacked for the burly grrr factor.

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Hitman

Too dry for teenagers, and not sophisticated enough for anyone who has ever seen an espionage movie better than Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever.

Jesse Hassenger
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Hitman

Hitman isn't interested in complex emotions or motivations. Rather, it maintains a pretty much relentless focus on the predictable poetry of violence.

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Prison Break

Much as the Scofields despise the abject corruption that got them into this fix, they plainly feel less affinity for shadows than full-on righteousness. They believe they can get even.

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Prison Break

The broody-eyed brothers Linc and Michael exemplify standards of masculine stoicism and bravery.

Mary Colgan
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Prison Break

The good and bad guys in Prison Break might cry, fight, screw, and bleed, but they still look like cardboard to me.

Samantha Bornemann
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Species III (2004)

Following the law of diminishing returns, the straight-to-video Species III is the least effective entry in the trilogy.

Marco Lanzagorta
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