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Green Lantern: A fan struggles with disappointment

Posted on 16 June 2011 by ShepRamsey

Green Lantern was one of the movies I was most looking forward to this summer, as I consider myself something of a fan. Now that I’ve seen it, I’m struggling with how exactly I should attack this review. Continue Reading

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Dear Mr. Spielberg. I Love You. -J.J. Abrams

Posted on 09 June 2011 by Quaid

Super 8 is not a J.J. Abrams film. Sure, he wrote and directed it, but this is, quite clearly, a 1970′s Steven Spielberg movie. Continue Reading

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The Hangover Part II is More of the Same. Yay!

Posted on 25 May 2011 by Quaid

I don’t think I’ve ever been able to sum up a review as succinctly as I can sum up this one; If you liked The Hangover, you’ll like The Hangover 2. Continue Reading

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All Jack and No Play Make Pirates 4 a Dull Movie

Posted on 20 May 2011 by Quaid

This is one of those articles that I wish I didn’t have to write. As a fan of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise (and that includes all of them, not just the first one, I was one of the defenders of the idea of making a fourth, stand-alone film. After all, Jack Sparrow is one of the more fun, interesting and all-around entertaining characters to grace the silver screen in the past ten years; why not give him more adventures. Continue Reading

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Bridesmaids and the new Apatow effect…hopefully

Posted on 15 May 2011 by ShepRamsey

It may sound like a critics’ cliché in search of a movie poster, but some movies really are flat-out game changers. Whether that’s a good or bad thing is a total toss-up. After all, for every movie like Go that Pulp Fiction influenced, there are at least three Lucky Number Slevins Continue Reading

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I Can’t Deny It Anymore…Hank Moody is an @$$hole.

Posted on 04 April 2011 by Quaid

MovieChopShop is, not surprisingly, a movie blog. So whenever a TV show has caught my attention in the past, I’ve fought the urge to use the site as a sounding board for my opinion. It’s important to me to keep the site pure, you see. Continue Reading

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