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Movies: Sheldon’s Bottom Feeders of 2010

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Despite protestations to the otherwise, 2010 provided a fair number of good, even great, films. Sadly, that meant there were still some real dogs to found – and I found some of them. In several instances, they were films I was seeing an invited critic, but several others where the result of being seduced by an enticing trailer, or clever TV ad spot. In one case, I was invited to the screening, but had already been locked into another screening that night. Overall, these films add up to approximately one day of life – and I want it back!

Watch out, Razzies, here we go…

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Knight and Day Fails to Get By on Chemistry!


James Mangold, he of the superb 3:10 to Yuma, tires his hand at a spy-based action/romantic comedy in Knight and Day. He gets kinetic performances from stars Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz [as possibly psychotic spy Roy Miller and bridesmaid-to-be June Havens] but other than a few fun twists, produces a film that strikes me as having no real script.

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