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Alvin & The Chipmunks: The Squeakquel, An Education, I Sell the Dead, iCarly: iFight Shelby Marx & Sherlock Holmes


Alvin & The Chipmunks: The Squeakquel
Jason Lee, David Cross, Zackary Levi and other talented actors debase themselves for a paycheck in the thespian equivalent of prison gang-rape. I mean, the second CGI Alvin & The Chipmunks movie is fun for the whole family! (
An Education
A British schoolgirl (Carey Mulligan) has an affair with an older man (Peter Sarsgaard), who introduces her to the sexy world of hipsters, jazz clubs and real-estate scams. Any resemblance to Oxford Blues is coincidental. (
I Sell the Dead
A Victorian-age grave robber (Dominic Monaghan) finds trouble (and hilarity!) when he runs afoul of vampires, zombies, aliens and, most terrifying of all, Ron Perlman as a priest. Any resemblance to Oxford Blues is coincidental. (
iCarly: iFight Shelby Marx
Carly (Miranda Cosgrove) becomes embroiled in a deadly conspiracy involving mixed martial arts, assassinations, media manipulation, prescription drug misuse and girl-on-girl violence. So, this is a Nickelodeon kids’ show, right? (
Sherlock Holmes
Guy Ritchie’s re-imagining of Sherlock Holmes (Robert Downey Jr.) and Dr. Watson (Jude Law) as they unravel a conspiracy to rival the iCarly/Shelby Marx plot—just in case you missed it at Brewvies over the last 275 weeks. (

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