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[Review] Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs is about as luke warm and formulaic as successful family film can be served. With the tone of a 94 minute Saturday morning cartoon you can’t expect a lot. Watching a movie like Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs in the age of Pixar makes me ask myself - What’s the point? It has little heart and moves at a pace that dangerously flirts with losing your attention, but I’m definitely not the target audience for movies like this. While modern family entertainment has proved it can be relevant for children and adults alike -- Do I even need to say Pixar again? -- the target audience for the Ice Age series is definitely below the 5th grade reading level. The franchise is in danger of becoming as relevant as the Land Before Time series. Remember that? I believe we’re on Land Before Time XIII now. Bottom line is will your kids enjoy it? The answer is yes. Should you see this movie in the theatre if you don’t have any kids? The answer is most assuredly no. If you’re having a craving for mildly entertaining animation save your $15 to $20 and tune into Nickelodeon....
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First Trailer for ‘Planet 51’

The story has been used thousands of times in books, movies, and more. The humans travel to space seeking more of the world and discover evil aliens seeking...
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Toy Story 3 Teaser Trailer

Pixar has debuted the new teaser trailer for the upcoming third entry into the Toy Story saga. The Lee Unkrich-directed animation features the voices of Tom...
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[Review] Up

Up is a masterful breakthrough that brings out strong emotions that most dramatic films are inept of achieving. No other animated film has done this in such a profound way. ...
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The 15 Most Exciting Summer Movies

By Jack Giroux 2008 was a great summer for the movies. Good entertainment was had, and not just dumb popcorn movies for once. We got The Dark Knight, Wal...