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?

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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