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6 'n 90.  Da Man reviews six films in ninety seconds.

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The Islander.  Jim Morton, expert on extreme cinema, shares the remainder of his movie picks to take with him on a deserted island.

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Super 8.  Kids vs. the army.  Alien vs. the earth.  Pickup vs. Train.  The only one who comes out of this looking better than expected is the truck.

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Larry Crowne.  In his new film, Tom Hanks goes to college and learns about economics, public speaking, and love.  But judging by Larry Crowne, maybe he should have taken a couple of film courses also.

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Green Lantern.  With the release of Green Hornet and Green Lantern, the studios should declare a moratorium on making movies about superheroes with the word "Green" in their name.  This means you, Green Arrow.

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6 'n 90!  Da Man reviews six films in ninety seconds!

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This week's guest on The Islander is author Jim Morton.  He was a contributing editor to Incredibly Strange Films and in the early 80s put out the fanzine Trashola.  He has forgotten more about horror and sex-ploitation films than most people will ever know, and his picks definitely reflect his eclectic tastes.

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Midnight in Paris.  Paris might be a "movable feast," but Midnight in Paris is more like a buffet stuck in the 20s.

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Kung Fu Panda 2.  In the 80s, a film was released with the tagline, "The movie that kicks you in the face!"  Panda 2 is more like a kick in the gut--or maybe just a bit lower.

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Bridesmaids.  "Always a bridesmaid, never a bride."  As far as comedy goes, this might not be such a bad thing.

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The Tree of Life.  Silly and pretentious?  Or a daring, surprising film?  Or maybe, a little bit of both?

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