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Movie Review: 'Pawn Sacrifice'

The well-acted but dull Pawn Sacrifice does nothing to the elevate the game of chess. Review by Matt Cummings The game of chess is more than the strategy on the board, but the war going on inside the minds of the opponents. Analyzing moves and counter moves is just part of the neuroses which makes a chessmaster, sometimes resulting in odd quirks and even destructive psychological disorders. And while the Bobby Fischer biopic Pawn Sacrifice encapsulates some of that into a professional production, it relies too much on the personal struggles which its players endure, rather than balancing it with the brilliance of the game. Arguably the greatest chess player in the world, Prospect Heights-born Bobby Fischer (Tobey Maquire) is also its loudest. Raised in a Communist household at the height of The Red Scare, a young Fischer turns to chess as a way to calm his distracted mind. But controversy and disappointment are never far behind, as years later he loses a vital match

About Last Night Remake

Oh No! Watch out all you 80's movies Remakes are coming after you and you have nowhere to hide. About Last Night your turn maybe up next. EW has learned Screen Gems is considering whether to remake the romantic comedy that starred Rob Lowe and Demi Moore . To be honest I am a fan of this film, couldn't tell you why but I am. Ok enough about me, onto the news. There’s no script at this point, much less a pair of actors who have agreed to fill the roles of a young man and woman who are attempting to date despite their personal issues and disapproving friends. (For your consideration, Screen Gems: We’d like to nominate Mila Kunis and Chris Pine !). But the interest is definitely there to dust off the movie and remake it for today’s audiences, insiders confirm. The original flick was directed by Edward Zwick and based on the 1974 David Mamet play Sexual Perversity in Chicago. It also starred James Belushi and Elizabeth Perkins . If you don't remember the movie

Love And Other Drugs Movie Review By: SandwichJohn

 More Then Just A Chick Flick OK I know all you are thinking what is the Sandwich doing going to see a chick flick? Let me tell you, if your going to treat your wife or girlfriend to a movie this one is it! All us men drag our significant others to all the movies we want to see, trust me you'll want to take her to this movie. Not only will she thank you for taking her to a chick flick, you'll be thanking me for suggesting this movie. Love and Other Drugs is comedy-drama film directed by Edward Zwick , starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway . Just a tease for all you guys Hathaway is in her BIRTHDAY Suit throughout this film (Got all you MEN sold on seeing this film just with one sentence.) And yes ladies, they didn't leave you out, Gyllenhaal is also in his suit. The movie starts off with Jamie ( Gyllenhaal ) working at a stereo shop and selling his ass off with the use of his great smile and charm. I said to myself I would buy anything from a salesman like

Love And Other Drugs Movie Trailer

Love And Other Drugs Movie Trailer Love and Other Drugs is an upcoming 2010 drama film directed by Edward Zwick, based on the novel Hard Sell: The Evolution of a Viagra Salesman written by Jamie Reidy. It stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway . A salesman competes in the cutthroat world of pharmaceuticals to hawk a male performance enhancement drug. Gyllenhaal's character will play the Pfizer-pusher who meets Anne Hathaway's character during one of his sales calls. Watch the trailer after the Jump... Please Leave A Comment-