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Entries by Jackie K. Cooper from 10/2010

Let Me In Opens the Door To Chilling Entertainment

| Posted 10.05.2010 | Entertainment

Let Me In is a new film that smashes the concepts of what vampire movies are supposed to be and have become.

Reviving Ophelia Tackles the Issue of Physical Abuse In Teenage Relationships

| Posted 10.08.2010 | Entertainment

Perhaps seeing physical abuse on TV will wake some teenager up to the reality of an abusive relationship.

Connelly's The Reversal: Expect the Unexpected

| Posted 10.11.2010 | Books

In Michael Connelly's world, life is never predictable. His novels follow the same premise.

PBS' Independent Lens Opens With The Parking Lot Movie

| Posted 10.12.2010 | Entertainment

The Parking Lot Movie is the perfect kind of independent film.

I Want Your Money Is the Anti-Michael Moore Film

| Posted 10.18.2010 | Entertainment

Out of the blue comes a movie titled I Want Your Money. It is the Republican answer to all those Michael Moore movies that drove them crazy.

The Perfect Love Song Is an Early Christmas Gift

| Posted 10.19.2010 | Books

Patti Callahan Henry's novella The Perfect Love Song is an early Christmas present for readers who like their love stories short and sweet.

You Will Be Disappointed In Woody Allen's Latest Effort

| Posted 10.25.2010 | Entertainment

You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger is a movie that provides us with a picture of Allen's talent on the decline.

Paranormal Activity 2: You Have to See the Original Movie First

| Posted 10.26.2010 | Entertainment

You can't leave it up to the audience to fill in the blanks if the first movie answered all the questions. Enough of that film should have been pulled into this one to make it make sense.

Saw 3D: Where's the "X" Rating When You Need It?

| Posted 10.31.2010 | Entertainment

Saw 3D has been advertised as the last installment of the "Saw" series, and let's hope that is true. This last installment is as gory, nauseating, and...