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<em>Crazy, Stupid Love</em>

Crazy, Stupid Love

By Rebecca Cusey
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Movies | The film's weaknesses overshadow its positive portrayal of marriage

<em>Another Earth</em>

Another Earth

By Rebecca Cusey
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Movies | The sci-fi film explores the possibilities of a second, identical earth

It all ends here

It all ends here

By Rebecca Cusey
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Movies | Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 finishes an era on a hero's note

Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Transformers: Dark of the Moon

By Rebecca Cusey
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Movies | The Cold War is being rewritten, one action movie at a time. X-Men: First Class gave us the secret history of the Cuban Missile Crisis, and the newest rollicking…

Mr. Popper's Penguins

Mr. Popper's Penguins

By Rebecca Cusey
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Movies | Apparently enjoyable for children, it looks to be one of those movies parents take for the team

X-Men: First Class

X-Men: First Class

By Rebecca Cusey
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Movies | The best superheroes wrestle with metaphorically thorny questions as well as sometimes literally thorny villains. X-Men: First Class adds another prestory to…

A visual prayer

A visual prayer

By Rebecca Cusey
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Movies | The sights and sounds of The Tree of Life offer a theater experience like no other

On Stranger Tides

On Stranger Tides

By Rebecca Cusey
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Movies | Clocking in at just over two hours, the movie delivers only about half an hour of fun

The Tree of Life

The Tree of Life

By Rebecca Cusey
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Movies | Melded together by director Terrence Malick from bits of images, memories, and heart-cries, The Tree of Life envelopes us in one man's spiritual journey. Jack,

The Beaver

The Beaver

By Rebecca Cusey
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Movies | Mel Gibson's acting is spectacular, more so because he plays two characters at once

Secret Millionaire

Secret Millionaire

By Rebecca Cusey
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Television | New ABC show where the wealthy go undercover in poor neighborhoods to find worthy causes on which to bestow their money

Identity crisis

Identity crisis

By Rebecca Cusey
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Movies | If you can ignore some plot holes and suspend enough disbelief, Unknown is an enjoyable movie

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