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John Hanlon Reviews

Film Reviews

The Hunger Games

Release Date: March 23rd, 2012

The new film The Hunger Games opens up with “the treaty of treason. This treaty– between the Capitol and the twelve districts in a post-apocalyptic North America– establishes the creation of the hunger games. In these games, two representatives from each district...

Jeff, who Lives at Home

Release Date: March 16th, 2012

In the 2010 drama Cyrus, viagra approved writer/director team Jay and Mark Duplass created a uniquely odd familial situation. With three quirky main characters, price that story was strangely endearing and oddly entertaining. The Duplass brothers attempt to create another...

John Carter

Release Date: March 9, 2012

John Carter begins in New York City in 1881. The title character—a war veteran– is a loner in the age of the Civil War. Although he is a skilled soldier, approved he no longer wishes to fight. “We’re nothing but a war species and I want no part of it,” he boldly...

Friends with Kids

Release Date: March 9, 2012

Over the weekend, viagra the new dramedy Friends with Kids opened up in theaters nationwide. The film focuses on three couples– two married and one in a platonic relationship– who have children. One of the married couples in the film is played by Jon Hamm and...

Good Deeds

Release Date: February 24

Tyler Perry’s Good Deeds arrived in theaters last Friday but like many of Perry’s previous projects was not screened in advance for critics. Perry wrote, ampoule directed and stars in this film about a successful man named Deeds who eventually becomes good. Hence,...

Project X

Release Date: March 2nd, 2012

In the 2010 drama Cyrus, hospital writer/director team Jay and Mark Duplass created a uniquely odd familial situation. With three quirky main characters, view that story was strangely endearing and oddly entertaining. The Duplass brothers attempt to create another sympathetic...

This Means War

This Means War

Release Date: February 14th, 2012

It’s difficult not to appreciate the contemporary significance of the new film Coriolanus. The story follows a brilliant military leader who — upon returning to Rome after a valiant fight — is cast out of the city. Perhaps the title character doesn’t have the personality...

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