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The Daily Rotation - Red Lights Review

Brad of The Daily Rotation wrote, "There are some things better left unknown. Like Mary Shelley’s Dr. Frankenstein warned of “how dangerous is the acquirement of knowledge”, there are times in life when ignorance is truly bliss. One of those questions Red Lights goes after is that of paranormal “powers” and the specter of an after life. If we could be certain either existed, would it be in our best interest to know? Even Dracula tells “there are far worse things awaiting man than death.”"

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Entering the Netflix Stream: January 2013

Nicholas of Movies Hate You Too writes:

This January Netflix Streaming brings a lot of new films including one of the top grossing films of 2011, several new found footage horror films, Danny DeVito protects the environment, some independent releases, and a straight-to-DVD sequel of a Jason Statham ‘classic’. As usual Netflix has added plenty of catalog films to their lineup as well as including one of Schwarzenegger’s best action films, a gang cult classic, Ferris Bueller takes on Burger King’s most famous sandwich, Keyser Söze brings together the usual suspects, Sean Connery defects, and fish people leave the sea to meet the available women of the Northwest.

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ShockYa’s 10 Worst Movies Of 2012

Gladly in 2012, I watched more good movies (well, middling and mediocre movies) than out right bad ones. But there were a fair share of horrendous films that made me wonder, “what the hell were they thinking?”. I sat through these movies so you didn’t have to (it’s the downside of the job) but there were plenty times that I wish I didn’t. At least one of these movies is interesting failure but I still consider them a bad time at the movie theater. Consider this list as a “stay away from these movies” list. If you missed it, check out my most disappointing and surprising movies of 2012. Now onto the list...

aDDicteD4178d ago

this should be re titled as 10 mediocre movies that could have been better. because several of them had good potential and considerably not really bad as all. definitely not really the 10 worst im sure there are more than this.


Red Lights Blu-ray Review - WGTC

Jeremy of We Got This Covered wrote, "Buried director Rodrigo Cortés returns with a film that’s much bigger than his last intimate project, but also much smaller in potency. Red Lights never overcomes its weak script and almost directionless story as pro actors Robert De Niro and Sigourney Weaver act as mice leading the blind in this disappointing thriller. Cillian Murphy‘s talent gets misused yet again and Elizabeth Olsen doesn’t even get a chance to say more than a handful lines. Red Lights is the collection of great talent working off of bad material, making it a disappointing time-waster that you shouldn’t bother with."

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