“Double Take” is a tale of intrigue, personal paranoia and deception. Using archive footage, the film uses Hitchcock’s own sardonic wit to explore his preoccupation with doubles — a recurring theme in his films — to virtuoso and entertaining effect. Positioned against the backdrop of the Cold War and inspired by Jorge Luis Borges novella, “The Other

 

 


   

27 Dresses

“Heigl is on a roll these days. She got Knocked Up in one of last year’s funniest comedies and then won the Emmy for her role on Grey’s Anatomy. It makes sense she’d follow things up with 27 Dresses since she’s now considered the new go-to girl for romantic comedies.”

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Drillbit Taylor

“Drillbit does have its hilarious moments, a montage of hiring a bodyguard stands out but overall, it just isn’t as fresh and different as other Apatow/Rogen collaborations. They seem to have forgotten how not to rehash past experiences–or past movies.”


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Redacted

“After a succession of disappointing films, this is De Palma’s most purposeful film in years–an angry, anti-war wake-up call. De Palma’s primary intent, it seems, is to enrage, and to engage further discussion about the current situation in Iraq.”


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First Sunday

“Ice Cube continues to prove that there is virtually no movie that doesn’t suit him–as long as he can play pretty much the same character: the straight-ish man (usually offsetting a kooky costar) caught in an avoidable situation.”

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