25 year old Wesley Gibson (James McAvoy) lives an unassuming life and works in a boring cubicle. That all changes when Fox (Angelina Jolie) appears in his life and recruits Wes into a secret society. With Sloan (Morgan Freeman) giving him advice and counsel, Wes learns about the power he obtains and wavers between newfound heroism and vengeance. THE MOVIE THAT HAS CRITICS RAVING!!

Most critics are saying the same thing: "Pixar Animation Studios has just topped itself again." Directed by Andrew Stanton (Finding Nemo) and Pixar (The Incredibles, Cars) comes the story of WALL-E; a robot that has inadvertently stumbled upon the key to the planet's future. When a search robot named EVE realizes this, she races back home to report her findings to the humans. As WALL-E chases EVE across the galaxy, he goes on an amazing journey, filled with surprises, humor, and love. This a big week for opening movies but none of the other ones are worth mentioning. These two should have the movie theaters packed this weekend!
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  • the review for wall-e are crazy (good)!

    * Claudia Puig in USA Today: “an extraordinarily captivating adventure, laden with equal parts humor and heart and populated with memorable and endearing characters.
    * Hollywood Reporter: “This is getting to sound like a broken record: Pixar Animation Studios has just topped itself.”
    * Chicago Tribune’s Michael Phillips: “The latest achievement from Pixar Animation Studios is the best science-fiction film so far this year, the best romance so far this year and the best American studio film so far this year.”
    * Robert Wilonsky in the Village Voice: “…both breathtakingly majestic and heartbreakingly intimate.”
    * Salt Lake Tribune: “Pixar’s best movie since ‘The Incredibles’ …. never feels preachy or pushy, instead letting the witty storytelling and expressive animation transport audiences to another world.”
    * Seattle Times: “…some small children may become impatient with the film’s long wordless stretches. … But the storytelling is so meticulous and skilled, some may not even notice the absence of dialogue.”
    * Lou Lumenick, New York Post: “Some day, there will be college courses devoted to this movie.”

    I can't wait to see it!
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