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Jason Wallis

Posted: Friday, November 26, 2010 4:26 pm

Finally got rid of the last nagging symptoms of my several-weeks-long illness, so I’m back in full form and doing my very best to catch up on the rest of the year’s offerings in preparation for my year-end Top 10 list. Still got a ways to go (with about a dozen more promising movies yet to open), but progress is ongoing and can be tracked via my film log on http://www.lodinews.com/blogs/battle_royale/">Battle Royale.

Coming up next week, expect a look at Dwayne Johnson’s hard-R revenge-themed action flick “Faster.” After that, your guess is as good as mine. That’s when the highly anticipated limited releases will start rolling out, and I’ll try to get to them as they open. Weeks in which no major awards-season picture opens, I’ll fall back on whatever looks to be the most enjoyable of the wide releases. Kind of a loose format for the next few weeks due to the lack of a concrete release schedule, but bear with me.

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