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“Captain Phillips” is a real-world story that works and feels like a high-stakes thriller.
Captain Phillips," starring Tom Hanks, is the taut, ripped-from-the-headlines tale of the 2009 hijacking of the container ship Maersk Alabama and kidnapping of its captain, Richard Phillips. The tense docudrama tries to understand the motivations of the violent Somali pirates who seized control of Captain Phillips' vessel and took him hostage. But in trying to explain the pirates, does the film cross over into excusing them?
In preemptively appeasing the Chinese cultural commissars, the filmmakers behind the new "Red Dawn" have abandoned realistic detail for toothless fantasy in the hopes of gaining lucre.
There's not much to learn about Aaron Cross, the biologically enhanced special agent at the center of "The Bourne Legacy." As played by Jeremy Renner, he's alternately driven and distracted, a weapon that looks like a person yet lacks anything resembling a personality.
Blu-ray reviews of Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightening Thief from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment and Green Zone from Universal Studios Home Video.
Your Aunt Sadie's shaky home video footage sets your teeth on edge.