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Abigail Breslin

Ender's Game

score: 
B
Director: 
Gavin Hood
Cast: 
Asa Butterfield, Harrison Ford, Viola Davis, Ben Kingsley, Hailee Steinfeld, Abigail Breslin
Running Time: 
114
Rated: 
PG-13
Author(s): 

For a movie with as long a production history as Ender's Game, the finished product feels rushed. Like too many science fiction films and novels, there's far too much exposition to get through before the real story grips us.

To sum what the movie takes ages to tell is that an alien race tried to take over Earth. They were defeated and sent packing to their home world. But now the international armies recruit preteens to become commanders should the aliens return.

The Call

score: 
C
Director: 
Walter Strafford
Cast: 
Halle Berry, Abigail Breslin, Morris Chestnut, Michael Eklund
Running Time: 
96
Rated: 
R
Author(s): 

The trailer for The Call seems to promise one of the most suspenseful films of 2013. Well, there is definitely suspense, but it’s more like teasing a toddler at times than leading on an audience of grown adults.

The Call: Advance Screening

Presented By: 
TriStar Pictures
Theater City: 
Austin
Time: 
7:30 PM
Director: 
Brad Anderson
Cast: 
Halle Berry, Abigail Breslin, Michael Imperioli

Zombieland

score: 
A
Director: 
Ruben Fleischer
Cast: 
Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone, Woody Harrelson, Abigail Breslin
Running Time: 
81
Rated: 
R
Author(s): 
A young college student from Columbus, Ohio has survived the first two months of a disease outbreak that turns normal humans into flesh-crazed zombies. Just when he fears that he may be the only normal human left, he encounters a lone traveler heading to Tallahassee, Florida. The pair set off east together, only to have their vehicle and weapons hijacked on a grocery store Twinkie-hunt by a pair of teenage girls hoping to make it to a California theme park that they suspect to be zombie free. After a showdown, the group finally decides to trust each other.
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