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Beat City

Since coming to Beat City, Dame Isolde Minor and her Cacophony Corporation have taken away all the life, color, and excitement. Help the city come back to life with music in this Nintendo DS exclusive.  You play the game by … Continue reading

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Recess: School’s Out

Disney’s cartoon Recess TV series takes the leap to the big screen with one hour and thirty-five minutes of average fun for kids and adults. The animation may not leap off the screen as some recent three-dimensional computer animated movies … Continue reading

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Planet 51

“Oh, just great! Perfect! John Glenn goes around the world, he’s a senator for life. I went across the fricking universe! I should be governor, minimum! But, no, I’m marooned here on this stupid rock!” The role reversal animated comedy … Continue reading

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Freedomland

Set in Dempsy, New Jersey during the summer of 1999, a missing child case brings a detective and single mother together and rises tension between two neighboring communities. Samuel L. Jackson stars as Lorenzo Council a dedicated police detective and … Continue reading

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Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

Great combat continues with main heroine Samus Aran in Metroid Prime 3: Corruption – only available on the Nintendo Wii. As usual, Samus starts from ground zero, so players must amass abilities and power as you progress. She’s also a bounty hunter, … Continue reading

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Interview: Filmmaker Doug Gritzmacher of ‘Soldiers of Paint’

The paintball documentary film Soldiers of Paint is a 97-minute paintball documentary re-enacts the historic World War II Normandy Invasion, but instead of bullets, it’s paintball, and instead of the French coast, it’s Oklahoma. Staged on a 700-acre battlefield, the organizers and managers always … Continue reading

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Saving Private Ryan

“Keep the sand out of your weapons. Keep those actions clear. I’ll see you on the beach.” In this harrowing depiction of World War II, director Steven Spielberg uses amazing low angle, “in the middle of the action” camera shots … Continue reading

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The Sims 2 Pets

Electronic Arts and Maxis have done it again with this worthy Sims 2 addition full of challenges, fun and features in this popular life simulation series. This PC version allows you to create your own pet, breed, sell (approach another Sims and … Continue reading

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SimAnimals

Now, you and up to three other players can be Dr. Doolittle. SimAnimals (Wii) has impressive graphics and realistic animal movements support a free-roaming format full of unlockable elements and seemingly endless scenarios. Interactions with more than 30 species of … Continue reading

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Godzilla 2000

Made by Toho films, this import of Japan’s long-running Godzilla movie series has plenty of action and some funny moments (not ha ha funny, just jokes that make you go “heah”). The matted destruction compliments the suited Godzilla as the … Continue reading

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