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Julia Roberts, as luminous as ever, graces her way back onto the big screen as a leading lady in the droll, sleek, and sexy spy-thriller, Duplicity. Heating up the screen with Clive Owen, the thespian duo does their best to keep things light and audiences guessing the motives for all 125 minutes. Swapping Mr. & Mrs. Smith's brawn for brains, without Roberts's methodical scheming lines or Owen's hurried wily quips, Duplicity just misses from becoming a casualty from its own smarts.
Second-time director Tony Gilroy whose previous corporate corruption tale, Michael Clayton, could
Today we're presenting the first two reviews from one of our newest contributors, Ryan Mazie. Ryan hails from New Jersey and is a true film aficionado. Today he's reviewing John Hamburg's bro-mantic comedy I Love You, Man and Dennis Iliadis's horror remake Last House on the Left. Be sure to let us know what you think of Ryan's reviews, as we're still looking to see if he's a good fit and we certainly appreciate your feedback. And don't forget, Last House on the Left is currently playing in theaters now, and I Love You, Man hits theaters on March 20th next week. Read on for Ryan's reviews of both of these new films below.