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  • Solo: A Star Wars Story

    Solo: A Star Wars Story


    Alden Ehrenreich (who?) stars as young Han Solo in the beloved smuggler's "origin story," taking us back to his days as a struggling young wanna-be space pirate who hooks up with a more experienced thief (Woody Harrelson) and his crew for a dangerous job involving some very bad people. Along the way, he meets his future co-pilot Chewie for the first time and gains ownership of the Millennium Falcon from smooth criminal Lando Calrissian, and gets into lots of high…

  • Suburban Gothic

    Suburban Gothic


    A slacker with sensitivity to the paranormal moves back into his parents' house, just in time to help unravel a supernatural mystery occurring at the ol' homestead. This quirky horror/fantasy comedy borrows bits of "Beetlejuice" and "The Frighteners," and gets by mainly thanks to the charm of its two leads, Matthew Gray Gubler of "Criminal Minds" and Kat Dennings of "Two Broke Girls." Underground film legend John Waters also has a brief cameo, which should give you an idea of the movie's general tone. Not a classic by any means but good for a few chuckles.

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  • Garfield Gets Real

    Garfield Gets Real

    Awkward looking CGI toon with the famed cat accidentally stumbling out of the comic pages and into the "real" world, then trying to find his way back "home." The tone is shrill, the animation sucks and its loaded with annoyingly unfunny new characters. My 7 year old thought it was funny but sitting thru this one will be a chore for anyone older than that.

  • WitchSlayer Gretl

    WitchSlayer Gretl


    Silly SyFy Channel crap that feels like some 14 year old girl's fairy tale fan-fiction gone horribly wrong. "Hansel and Gretl" are now all grown up. Problem is, Gretl's body has been taken over by a witch, and Hansel, now a Witch Slayer, has to either save or destroy her. So yeah, the title doesn't make any sense (Hansel is the Witch Slayer, not Gretl!) but believe me, that's the least of this flick's problems. The acting is terrible, the…