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April 19, 2012


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'Darjeeling Companion' -- All 3 brothers get hitched (at the Temple of One Thousand Cows?). How many Indians will have to die before important life lessons are learned THIS time?

'Darkling Companion' (a prequel to 'Darko Companion') -- Major filmmaker demands significant, eleventh-hour changes; forced to back down; studio-imposed edit later acclaimed as masterpiece. Tagline: 'The director is always right?'

Aden Jordan

"Think Like A Man" was far less grating than I would have guessed. Most of the characters are reasonably likable, and Kevin Hart has exceptional timing in his comedic delivery. Still, there is something a bit odd and sad that advice books now have their own subgenre of film (in addition to this film, there was "He's Just Not That Into You" and the upcoming "What To Expect When You're Expecting").

The film's cuts to its architect Mr. Harvey are forced to the point of being unintentionally humorous.


Looks like the time is ripe for a remake of "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex* But Were Afraid to Ask."


'Savage Love: The Movie'?

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