- Movie Review
'Life of Pi' visually stunning
The film is appropriate for the whole family and one that should be seen on the big screen, not the home theater, Steve Ouellette writes.
'Flight' not a traditional disaster movie
The crash in "Flight" sets in motion a fascinating character study of an alcoholic who can't pull out of his own personal free fall, Steve Ouellette writes.
New Bond film serious, well-made
The 50th anniversary film, "Skyfall" is stylish, dark and dramatic, Steve Ouellette writes.
'Wreck-It Ralph' inventive, amusing
The film isn't groundbreaking or brilliant in any way, but it will entertain the whole family, Steve Ouellette writes.
'Cloud Atlas' amusing, sometimes confusing
The time-jumping epic makes for an entertaining three-hour investment at the theater, Steve Ouellette writes.
Acting performances shine in 'Master'
Film is certain to be a favorite of critics and serious film aficionados, but it will not be a crowd-pleaser for the masses, Steve Ouellette writes.
- 'Argo' a thoughtful historical thriller Directed by Ben Affleck, film is one of the year's best movies, Steve Ouellette writes.
'Frankenweenie' imperfect, but worth seeing
New Tim Burton film is creepy, strange and would fit perfectly in a triple feature with previous stop-motion animated films "Corpse Bride" and "The Nightmare Before Christmas," Steve Ouellette writes.
'Looper' a compelling, original story
Intricate and unpredictable, "Looper" tells a violent and compelling story at a fast enough pace that the viewer never really questions the logic of it all, Steve Ouellette writes.
'Trouble With the Curve' strikes out
First-time directorial effort by Clint Eastwood's longtime assistant director Robert Lorenz is formulaic, uninspired and completely predictable, movie critic Steve Ouellette writes.
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