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Shrek Forever After

score: 
C+
Director: 
Mike Mitchell
Cast: 
Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, Antonio Banderas
Running Time: 
93
Rated: 
PG
Author(s): 
In 2000, Shrek hit theaters and became an overnight sensation. Mixing childhood innocence with adult humor, the film appealed to everyone, earning hundreds of millions of dollars at the box office and prompting two highly successful sequels. But like all good things, this franchise was bound to come to an end. And although there are a few spin-off films in the works, this year’s Shrek Forever After is said to be the final chapter in this game-changing saga. All I can say is, it is time.

Saturday Night

score: 
B+
Director: 
James Franco
Cast: 
John Malkovich, Bill Hader, Will Forte, Andy Samberg, Kristen Wiig
Running Time: 
94
Rated: 
NR
Author(s): 
‘Saturday Night Live.’ It has found a home within our world of pop culture for the better part of three decades. It has spawned such talent as Mike Myers, Will Ferrell, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and Chevy Chase. But most importantly, it has stayed fresh, fun and downright hilarious – which begs the question: Just where do they come up with this kind of stuff?

Love Guru, The

score: 
D-
Director: 
Marco Schnabel
Cast: 
Mike Myers, Jessica Alba, Justin Timberlake, Romany Malco, Verne Troyer
Running Time: 
88
Rated: 
PG-13
Known more for his character of Austin Powers than anything else, Mike Myers has created a reputation for his off-the-wall and ridiculously addicting humor. Originating some of the most clever and quotable lines in all of cinema, the ‘International Man of Mystery' knows how to produce.

Secret Life of Bees, The

score: 
A-
Director: 
Gina Prince-Bythewood
Cast: 
Dakota Fanning, Queen Latifah, Jennifer Hudson, Alicia Keys, Sophie Okonedo
Running Time: 
110
Rated: 
PG-13
Author(s): 
In the course of her career, Dakota Fanning has been given the opportunity to star alongside some of Hollywood's biggest names. From Mike Myers in The Cat in the Hat and Tom Cruise in War of the Worlds to Sean Penn and Michelle Pfeiffer in I Am Sam, Fanning has quickly compiled a strong resume that rarely shows a sign of flaw or misguided loyalty. Her characters have always been strong, helping her to build a fan base of mass proportion as she becomes a rare constant in a business of ever-constant change.
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