The American Review

By: Andy Chruscicki (www.twitter.com/filmguy629)

Never trust anyone, ever.  George Clooney learns this lesson the hard way in his latest film, The American directed by Anton Corbijn.

Jack (played by George Clooney) is an assassin who carries out every job he is given with precision and dedication and never lets himself get to close to someone.  However, when a job in Sweden takes a turn for the worse, Jack must go in to hiding.  He is assign to Castelvecchio, a small town in Italy by his associate Pavel (played by Johan Leysen).  Soon after arriving, Jack befriends the local priest, Father Benedetto (played by Paolo Bonacelli) and the two begin to form a very apprehensive relationship. More after the break.

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Inception Review

By: Andy Chruscickitaken from www.impawards.com

Christopher Nolan has done it again.  The director behind such memorable films as The Dark Knight and Memento has once again taken movies to a spellbinding level with his latest film Inception.  More after the break.

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Machete Review

By: Mark Di Stefano

2007’s Grindhouse featured a ton of fake trailers, one of them involving a Mexican vigilante looking for justice against those who betrayed him.  Robert Rodriguez, who co-directed the Grindhouse double feature with Quentin Tarentino, turns the spoof trailer into reality in this gore fest that ends the summer on a good note. More after the Break.

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And Here….We….Go.

Welcome in to Reel2Reality.

Long story short, this is a movie review website. But the term “movie review” is subject to expansion based on the basic subject matter. On this site, we will not only be giving you our take on the newest releases, but also reviews of new Blu-Ray/DVD releases, old releases that interest us, as well as a look at the business end of movies, with weekly box office previews and recaps.

That said, more about the squad.

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