KAREN KUNAWICZ

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For the last few years, our cinemas have been inundated with movies designed to be big blockbusters: super hero films, franchise installments, big science fiction films, expansive fantasy films. When I was a young moviegoer, maybe we’d get one really big film a year. Now these things come at you…

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Move over, Lois Lane, if you think you’re the only one who’s got the goods on Superman. I first met Gerard Sison in July of 2010 at the press screening of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1. I had come dressed up as villainess Bellatrix LeStrange as I…

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Survivor: Caramoan a.k.a. another Fans vs. Favorites edition ended with the pale, bespectacled red headed Harvard Law School graduate John Cochran a.k.a. “Cochran” taking home the million dollars and outwitting, outplaying and outlasting 19 others. By knowing the game (he’s played it once before, did a paper on the game…

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When The Hangover first came out in 2009—the idea for it was fresh. The comedy was wrong, crass, out of control but also crazily hilarious. By the time Hangover 2 came out, I felt the thrill was gone, though there were still a few laughs. In Hangover 3—what’s left is…

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Maybe I should not have watched Star Trek: Into Darkness in 3D at the IMAX. What I took home with me was not the story or the scene stealing presence and performance of the brilliant and (here) imposing Mr. Benedict Cumberbatch, but the largeness and the spectacle of it all.…

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