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Mel Gibson's 'The Passion' Movie Review
by Lady Camelot

Numbing, captivating, sorrowful, beautiful, profound, phenomenal and humbling - are just a few words to describe Mel Gibson's "The Passion." The last 12 hours of Jesus' life has never been so realistically and dramatically depicted. The scenes, although graphic are compelling and true-to-life.

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Movie Review - Cellular
by Reggie Bannister

I had a chance to watch Cellular the other day and my first thought was that here we go with another spin-off of Phone Booth, another movie with someone forced to stay on the phone for 90 some minutes while we cringe in our seat. But, to my surprise , this was actually a very enjoyable movie.

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Movie Rental Release: 'Gothika' Movie Review
by C. Bailey-Lloyd/LadyCamelot

"Gothika," starring Halle Berry, Robert Downey, Jr., Charles S. Dutton, John Carroll Lynch, Bernard Hill, Penelope Cruz and Dorian Harewood; is a spellbinding film! Some critics have entirely missed the context of this storyline, and have given this movie a bad review, I beg to differ. "Gothika," the newest production from Dark Castle Entertainment is the culmination of clairvoyance and poltergeist entertwined into one spectacular ride of an individual's innermost emotions and physical reactions.

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Star Trek In Flames – No Phoenix In Sight
by Joshua Tyler

As a recovering Trekker, I miss good space science fiction in the theater. I’d hoped Chronicles of Riddick might be some sort of revival of it at the movies, but apparently I’m the only one who doesn’t hate it. Before that, the trailers for Star Trek: Nemesis hinted that it might be at last something different, but as it turns out Berman left most of the Enterprise crew back at space dock. Seriously, did you see the movie? It’s like they spent the entire budget on CGI sets and didn’t have enough money to hire extras to look like they were running the ship. I’m running out of places to turn.

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FahrenHYPE 9/11
by Rocky Ramsey

This documentary analyzes Fahrenheit 9/11 point by point. It's not just a dispute of the facts in Fahrenheit 9/11, it has interviews with people who appeared in Fahrenheit 9/11 who either felt mislead by Michael Moore or didn't know that they would be in his movie at all.

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