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Movie Review: 'Self/less'<img src="https://cbsphilly.files.wordpress.com/2015/07/2.jpg" align="right"/>This science fiction thriller about wanting more, delivers less.
Movie Review: 'Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb'<img src="https://cbsphilly.files.wordpress.com/2014/12/212.jpg" align="right"/>This is a fuzzy fantasy-comedy in which the figures come to life, but the movie doesn’t.
Movie Review: 'Exodus: Gods and Kings'<img src="https://cbsphilly.files.wordpress.com/2014/12/2c2bd1.jpg" align="right"/>Director Ridley Scott has always been a visual stylist, and he outdoes himself in that regard with the astonishing computer-generated visual effects of this arresting, immensely-scaled spectacle.
Movie Review: 'Walking with the Enemy'<img src="http://cbsphilly.files.wordpress.com/2014/04/24.jpg" align="right"/>Although the subject matter has import and gravitas, much of the donning-Nazi-costumes and narrow-escape footage registers as much less than convincing, sometimes presenting a level of broadness that recalls "Hogan’s Heroes."
Movie Review: 'Ender's Game'<img src="http://cbsphilly.files.wordpress.com/2013/10/33.jpg" align="right" /> This epic adventure may or may not launch a franchise, but it does stand alone as a generous helping of sci-fi food for thought.
Movie Review: 'Iron Man 3'<img src="http://cbsphilly.files.wordpress.com/2013/05/31.jpg" align="right"/>The iconic character is back as the high-quality, high-profile franchise kicks off the summer movie season in high style.
Movie Review: 'The Dictator'<img src="http://cbsphilly.files.wordpress.com/2012/05/25.jpg" align="right" />Sorry, Sacha Baron Cohen fans, but "The Dictator" is more Bruno than Borat.
Movie Review: 'Hugo'<img src="http://cbsphilly.files.wordpress.com/2011/11/41.jpg" align="right"/>Yep, director Martin Scorsese, for so long associated with dark crime dramas, delivers an ingenious and enchanting adventure about the early days of the movies. Not only is 'Hugo', ostensibly a kidflick, visually mesmerizing, it's also an enthralling and moving tribute to film artists of an earlier era who worked in a kind of obscurity that modern major moviemakers like Scorsese have long since left behind.

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