“You can’t eat filet mignon for dinner every night, and sometimes you just feel like digging into a greasy cheeseburger. The critic’s job, I’ve always hoped, is to be able to differentiate between Mr. Bartley’s and McDonald’s. Tony Scott’s Unstoppable is an excellent cheeseburger, with particular emphasis on the cheese.” – The Improper Bostonian, 11/17/2010

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“Growing less interested in the title subject as the film progresses, Hereafter seems more concerned with loneliness in this life than anything that happens after death. Time and again we return to Damon eating meals alone in his kitchen, just as isolated and aching as those who’ve lost a loved one.” – The Improper Bostonian, 11/03/2010

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For Colored Girls

“And yet the movie remains strangely watchable, even when it’s gone bonkers. Especially when it’s gone bonkers. Audacity goes a long way. Perry might lack tonal control, the ability to modulate performances and even rudimentary visual skills, but the dude has massive cojones.” – Philadelphia Weekly, 11/03/2010

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