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@totencough's Twitter Movie Reviews: Brave, The Grey, John Carter
By: Brad Hodson
Time is short for a guy like me. But, no matter how hard you try, you can't get the movies out of me, nor the analysis that naturally comes with them. My wife knows this better than most. That's why I've taken to Twitter, exploiting it's 140-character ways, to voice my views on the movies I'll be seeing.
This week we have some newbies and some oldies including Disney and Pixar's Brave, Andrew Stanton's almost-there John Carter, Liam Neeson's latest The Grey, the artistic throwback The Artist, as well as a couple others. Feel free to sound off your opinion of my reviews and let me know what you think!
For my near daily reviews, you can follow me on Twitter: @totencough. You'll get no spoilers, I promise. I can't fit any of 'em in if I tried!
, pixar's brave
, john carter
, the grey
, blow out
, brian de palma
, john travolta
, the artist
, joe carnahan
, john goodman
, andrew stanton
, movie review
, hit chock
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