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Anne Hathaway, Jake Gyllenhaal in Unbearable ‘Love and Other Drugs’

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CHICAGO – “Love and Other Drugs” celebrates everything that is wrong with America, wrapped in a package with two “it” stars doing a disservice to their emerging careers. The love depicted is random and somewhat damaged. The drugs are simply a cynical proclamation on how great Big Pharma is.

Kate Beckinsale’s ‘Whiteout’ About as Thrilling as a Blank Screen

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Rating: 1.0/5.0

CHICAGO – Producing more derisive snickers than gasps and more snores than thrills, Dominic Sena’s “Whiteout” is a massive waste of time, a predictable, dull, and hysterically cliched slice of junk that should be run out of theaters before month’s end.

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