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The Voices

score: 
B+
Director: 
Marjane Satrapi
Cast: 
Ryan Reynolds, Anna Kendrick, Gemma Arterton
Running Time: 
107
Rated: 
NR
Author(s): 

Mental illness has played a big part in the art of storytelling at Sundance this year, with Frank, Infinitely Polar Bear and now from the director of Persepolis, Oscar-nominated director Marjane Satrapi brings us the offbeat comedy of the year appropriately titled The Voices.

Turbo

score: 
C+
Director: 
David Soren
Cast: 
Ryan Reynolds, Paul Giamatti, Michael Peña, Bill Hader, Samuel L. Jackson
Running Time: 
96
Rated: 
PG
Author(s): 

Finally, another movie about a slow, little guy that wants to prove everybody wrong! Turbo is the latest creation from Dreamworks that chronicles the quest of a snail’s desire to be fast. The movie is part Ratatouille, part Cars, and part superhero origin story. The movie works better as an origin story than the other two.

R.I.P.D.: Advance Screening

Presented By: 
Universal Pictures
Theater City: 
Dallas
Time: 
7:30 PM
Director: 
Robert Schwentke
Cast: 
Jeff Bridges, Ryan Reynolds, Kevin Bacon, Mary-Louise Parker, Stephanie Szostak, Robert Knepper

Jeff Bridges and Ryan Reynolds headline the 3D supernatural action-adventure R.I.P.D. as two cops dispatched by the otherworldly Rest In Peace Department to protect and serve the living from an increasingly destructive array of souls who refuse to move peacefully to the other side.

Buried

score: 
A-
Director: 
Rodrigo Cortes
Cast: 
Ryan Reynolds
Running Time: 
94
Rated: 
R
Author(s): 

Paul Conroy is an American citizen serving as a U.S. contractor in Iraq. Painfully aware of his dangerous duties overseas, Conroy has lived a stressful life, transporting goods to civilians since the start of the War on Terrorism. But now, on this fateful night, Conroy wakes to find himself buried six feet underground inside a wooden coffin. With only a lighter and a cell phone to his benefit, he must adapt to his surroundings and think of a way out. With only so much air, it is literally a race against the clock.

Nines, The

score: 
C+
Director: 
John August
Cast: 
Ryan Reynolds, Hope Davis, Melissa McCarthy, Elle Fanning
Running Time: 
99
Rated: 
R
Split into three parts, The Nines feels like three completely different films. In ‘The Prisoner’ a troubled television producer finds himself on house arrest, with the sole link to the outside world provided by both his publicist and next door neighbor. Mysterious happenings lead him to doubt both as he tries to find out the true meaning of his incarceration. ‘Reality Television’ is a half hour episode of Behind the Scenes, a ‘Project Greenlight’-like documentary where we follow a famed television writer through the course of creating a hot network drama.
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