Tagged: Matt Damon

Movie Review: ‘Jason Bourne’

Andrew Payne reviews Jason Bourne, a sequel that matches the energy of the original, but not the intelligence.

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‘The Monuments Men’ Review: Deciding between Funny and Not

Is 'The Monuments Men' supposed to be a comedy, a drama, a war movie, or something in between?

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The 65th Annual Emmy Awards: Predictions for Tonight’s Show

Tonight host Neil Patrick Harris will be presenting the 65th annual Emmy Awards to our favorite television shows and stars. Who will take home the coveted awards? Rebecca Bleznak has a few predictions.

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Review: ‘Elysium’

Following up his Best Picture nominated District 9, Elysium is a world of disappointment, says Phil Wallace.

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Brad’s Buzz: The Week in Pop Culture 5.29.13

Just because your favorite shows have all ended for the season, and you drank too much at the Memorial Day bar-b-que, that's no excuse to unplug from the Buzz.

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Brad’s Buzz: The Week in Pop Culture 4.9.13

Brad Liberti shares the 5 things in pop culture that he's obsessed with this week

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‘Elysium’: New Trailer and Poster

Well, the trailer for Elysium has finally landed, and it's a beauty.

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Oohing and Ahhing Over New ‘Elysium’ Images

It's the upcoming sci-fi that has everyone's attention, mainly due to the fact that it's 'District 9' writer/director Neil Blomkamp's new film; that's right, we're talking about 'Elysium', which has just released some exciting new images.

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The Most Promising-Looking Movies of 2013

Which films look the most interesting in the coming year? Dan Schindel takes a look.

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The Bourne Identities

Ed Haley takes a look back at the first three Bourne films in anticipation of the franchise relaunch, starring Jeremy Renner.

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Movie Review: ‘We Bought a Zoo’

Home is where the zoo is. We Bought a Zoo opens wide on Friday with Cameron Crowe’s first foray into the jungle of the family film genre. While there he discovers scads of animals, lots of laughs and a surplus of heart. All in all, a worthwhile journey.

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Review: ‘Happy Feet Two’

How does Happy Feet Two measure up to its original? Kendra Beltran has the review.

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Review: ‘Margaret’

Being released five years after it was initially filmed, the 149-minute Margaret is a thought-provoking piece of cinema, says Paige Feldman.

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Review: ‘Contagion’

Steve Neumann takes a look at Contagion, which hits theaters tomorrow.

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Top-10 Revenge Movies of All-Time

With Colombiana out in theaters now, we thought it was appropriate to rank the Top-10 revenge movies of all time. Ryan Miningham has his list.

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