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Review: The Bourne Supremacy

July 26th, 2004 | by Erich Becker

When The Bourne Identity was released two years ago many where surprised by the success of the film mainly based

Review: I, Robot

July 19th, 2004 | by Erich Becker

Will Smith seems to have the Owen Wilson syndrome when it comes to acting. No matter what part he plays,

Review: Troy

May 17th, 2004 | by Erich Becker

Homer’s epics of The Iliad and The Odyssey are two of the greatest literary works in the history of the

Review: Van Helsing

May 11th, 2004 | by Erich Becker

If Van Helsing is what $170 million dollars buys you these days I can’t wait to see what $200 million

Review: The Punisher

April 19th, 2004 | by Erich Becker

The Punisher is one of Marvel’s best known non-super-hero characters which centers on the dark existence of a former government

Review: Hellboy

April 5th, 2004 | by Erich Becker

While waiting in line to see Hellboy on Friday night a few things were put into perspective for me. The

Review: Starsky & Hutch

March 8th, 2004 | by Erich Becker

Director Todd Phillips is really enjoying himself on the director’s A-list, and he has ever right to be there. His

Review: House of the Dead

October 13th, 2003 | by Erich Becker

One part of being an objective reviewer is to keep the opinions of other critics out of your head when

Review: Hulk

June 18th, 2003 | by Erich Becker

Ang Lee’s The Hulk has to be the most stylish film based off of a comic book. Where Blade went

Review: Dreamcatcher

March 24th, 2003 | by Erich Becker

For a movie with so much plot, Dreamcatcher fails to provide any substance to any of the movie’s characters to

Review: Daredevil

February 17th, 2003 | by Erich Becker

Something just doesn’t sit right with me when I think about watching Daredevil. Where X-Men and Spider-Man came onto the

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