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It’s just human nature. If you tell someone — especially teenagers — that they should take a pass on a movie like The Sitter, they’re only going to want to see it even more.
Professor James Moriarty may be “the Napoleon of crime” and Sherlock Holmes’ arch-nemesis.
In the near future, we’re told, robots will replace humans in the boxing ring. Hmm. Doesn’t seem that long ago that youngsters were gleefully duking it out with Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Robots.
Emma (Natalie Portman) is a doctor in residency looking for sex with no complications, determined not to end up with a broken heart and a bunch of her ex’s old T-shirts.
Here’s a dilemma: what would you do after you find out your best friend’s wife is playing around behind his back and then learn he’s been making regular Thursday night visits to his local massage parlour staffed by exotic interchangeable flowers of the Orient?
The Second World War rages, and brother and sister Edmund and Lucy Pevensie have been shuffled off from London to the relatives to ride out the remainder of it.
When we last saw the enigmatic Lisbeth Salander (a mesmerizing Noomi Rapace), the hero of the Swedish crime thriller trilogy which began with The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, she was gravely wounded with three bullet wounds — including one in her skull.