Sharon Knolle

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Writer for Moviefone and the pop culture site Forces of Geek

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In our weekly film roundup, it’s time to talk about sequels. The biggest releases this week are all “part deuxs.” Why can’t we get enough of our favorite franchises?

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In our weekly film roundup, it’s time to talk about sequels. The biggest releases this week are all “part deuxs.” Why can’t we get enough of our favorite franchises?

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Our weekly look at the movies. This week… Brick Mansions is an action remake of a 2004 French film. It stars the late Paul Walker from the Fast & Furious series.

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Our weekly look at the movies. This week… Brick Mansions is an action remake of a 2004 French film. It stars the late Paul Walker from the Fast & Furious series.

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