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The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1 (暮光之城:破曉Ⅰ)

"Laughable" probably isn't the word the makers of "The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn -- Part 1" were aiming for, but there it is; laughter, in all the wrong places.
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The Help (姊妹)

A class act such as "The Help" is rare enough in Hollywood. Coming at the tail end of summer blockbuster season, it's almost unheard of.
Moneyball (魔球)

"Moneyball" is a thinking person's baseball movie, and a baseball fan's thinking movie.
Starry Starry Night (星空)

A film about our contemporary lifestyles, "Starry Starry Night" (星空) tells the story of a 13-year-old girl Mei (小美) who faces domestic problems. She has parents who care more about themselves, often argue with each other and fail to reach out to their daughter.
Warrior (勇者無敵)

The so-called octagon of mixed martial arts, the caged arena in which bouts take place, has a long way to go in movies if it wants to approach the cinematic power of the boxing ring.
Contagion (全境擴散)

Director Steven Soderbergh's "Contagion," a sleek, elegantly mounted dissection of a global pandemic, begins simply enough, in Hong Kong, with Beth Emhoff (Gwyneth Paltrow) under the weather and waiting to catch a flight back to America.
50/50 (活個痛快)

It could have been agonizingly mawkish: the story of a young man with everything ahead of him who learns he has a rare form of spinal cancer, one that he only has a 50-percent chance of surviving.
Crazy Stupid Love (熟男型不型)

For a movie that intends to be rooted in a recognizable and insightful reality, "Crazy Stupid Love" features an awful lot of moments that clang in a contrived, feel-good manner.
Miral (世上最美的奇蹟)

With his last film, 2007's "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" (潛水鐘與蝴蝶), director Julian Schnabel used a fragmented narrative technique to convey the interior life of a man who's paralyzed and incapable of speaking after a stroke.
One Day (真愛挑日子 )

Not a lot of love affairs, real or cinematic, can have it said of them that they end better than they begin. But "One Day" ends with a heartfelt flourish that was sorely missing from its first 90 minutes.
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