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Movie Review: TABLE FOR THREE (2009)

Posted by Jonathan Sullivan on December 31, 2011

Note: Haven’t been around for awhile due to family commitments but didn’t want potential readers to think I abandoned the site already. Here’s a review originally posted on my personal site. I may port more of these over as time goes by (or go too long without a new review). Recycling material after only a month and change? Great sign.

Starring: Brandon Routh, Jesse Bradford, Sophie Bush, Jennifer Morrison

Written and Directed by: Michael Samonek

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Table for Three would have been a fine romantic comedy had it contained either more romance or more comedy. Instead, it’s a movie that features very painful jokes told by some really unlikable characters with a story that has an good enough hook but with terrible execution.

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Notable DVD Releases – December 20, 2011

Posted by Jonathan Sullivan on December 20, 2011

Someone just reminded Forest Whitaker he was in VANTAGE POINT.

This week on DVD: Bruce Willis continues dipping his foot into the direct to DVD waters, another indie by Michael Polish finally gets distribution, we play catch up with an aging Butch Cassidy and, in the spirit of Christmas, IFC throws us a foreign horror import about a murderous Saint Nicholas. You know, for the kids.
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Notable DVD Releases – December 13, 2011

Posted by Jonathan Sullivan on December 13, 2011

When Billy Bob offers you a handful of manure, YOU TAKE IT.

Here’s what you’ll find this week on the DVD shelves: a long on the shelf surrealist movie about manure salesman, three horror films (one that got some festival love this year, one with a dumb premise, the other with a “so ridiculous I already love it” premise), and a release attempting to ride the buzz of The Girl with a Dragon Tattoo. Hope your couch is nice and comfortable.

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