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Jason Wallis Action movies inject life into a dull moviegoing month

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Jason Wallis

Posted: Friday, February 3, 2012 7:30 am

February typically serves as a dumping ground for weak studio films that offer an easy alternative to “mainstream” audiences who don’t see Oscar bait, but this year has brought some welcome surprises.

The adult-oriented action films “The Grey” and “Haywire” are actually more worthwhile than several of the major prestige pictures released recently, and next week brings both the found-footage superhero flick “Chronicle” and the classical horror story “The Woman in Black” — nothing to geek out over, but certainly worth noting (I will review one or both next time).

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