Movie Review

Morning Mix Show Notes 3/11
What's new at Parkwood 18 this weekend? Who was our Secret Celebrity? Is Cap'n Crunch really not gone? And, our thoughts are with the people affected by the deadly earthquake and subsequent tsunami in Japan.
Ileana’s Movie Review: The Adjustment Bureau
Is our destiny pre-determined or do we have free will to decide our own fate? In the movie "The Adjustment Bureau," Matt Damon is a man who inadvertently pulls back the veil on reality and discovers the agents of fate. These men are in charge of keeping people on their paths by influencing…
Oscar Picks
This Sunday marks the 83rd annual Academy Awards ceremony, the most glamorous night in Hollywood. For movie geeks like us, this is the equivalent to the Super Bowl or the World Series. Sports fans have their favorite teams and players, we have our favorite films and actors. Here are my picks for wha…
Movie Review- Unknown
If you were to take the “Bourne Identity” and add a little “Taken” and “The Fugitive” you get “Unknown”. Overall it’s not as good as those movies but still quite enjoyable, plus there’s a twist ending and those are always fun.
Movie Review – Gnomeo & Juliet
Our Movie Maven Ileana adores this animated story of Romeo and Juliet- even though it's been told a hundred times. It's Shakespeare as told through the eyes of cute little garden gnomes.
Movie Review-Sanctum
Sanctum

Rated: R – For language, violence, and disturbing images.
Starring: Richard Roxburgh, Rhys Wakefield, Ioan Gruffudd
Sanctum is the story of cave divers in Papua New Guinea.  While exploring a new cave system, a tropical storm traps the team and forces them deeper into the cave...
Movie Review- The Roommate
The Roommate
Rated: PG-13 – For language, violence, and sensuality.
Starring: Leighton Meester, Minka Kelly, Cam Gigandet
Rebecca (Meester) is a strange girl who develops an obsessive relationship with her new roommate Sara (Kelly)...
Movie Review-The Mechanic
The Mechanic
Rated: R – For strong brutal violence, language, sexual content and nudity
Starring: Jason Statham, Ben Foster, Donald Sutherland
I must begin with a confession: I have always liked Jason Statham. Ever since I saw him in “Snatch” I’ve been …
Movie Review – The King’s Speech
The King’s Speech
Rated: R – For language
Starring: Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush, Helena Bonham Carter, Guy Pearce
Colin Firth adds yet another amazing performance to his already impressive resume. Here he plays Prince Albert, the man who reluctantly became King George VI after his …

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