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We prepare for ‘Thor 2′ by discussing the ‘Captain America 2′ trailer as well as new Marvel Universe Phase 2 details. Plus we review ‘Prisoners’ and offer our thoughts on Tim Burton directing ‘Beetlejuice 2.’

We review Alfonso Cuaron’s ‘Gravity,’ discuss a reboot of ‘ReBoot,’ as well as new ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ details, and our visit to the set of ‘Thor: The Dark World.’

Here’s our box office report for the weekend of September 29th, 2013 – featuring new releases ‘Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2,’ ‘Baggage Claim,’ ‘Don Jon,’ and the wide release of ‘Rush.’

Check out the new trailer for ‘Prisoners,’ an upcoming drama-thriller starring Hugh Jackman, Maria Bello, Terrance Howard and Viola Davis as parents desperately searching for their kidnapped children.

There comes a time, friends, when your favorite MMO ceases to sparkle, when even new videogames lose their luster, and the computer room becomes a prison; and all that is left are two gamers (who happen to be nuns) with a very large axe to grind. Come join Julie Whitefeather and Frances Kosac as they go to War - and along the way discuss the events of the week in the MMO industry.

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Now comes Prisoners , a relentlessly grim, ponderous tutorial in amateur character and plot construction that is too clever by half, champions nihilism, mocks faith and is ultimately an unredeemable exercise in despair.

Movies don’t have to have happy endings.   Characters can start as good and righteous people and, in a cautionary tale, discover terrible things about themselves while achieving some goal.   David Lynch’s Blue Velvet is a great example.

Kidnapping stories can provide intriguing moral quandaries for such characters, as they must weigh their own morality against what must be done to retrieve a loved one.   Such is the ostensible conflict in Prisoners , yet it is so clumsily handled and ultimately leads to nothing, that we are left to wonder why any of our characters were subjected to their ordeals.

Is there anything more stupid and lazy, especially in the post- Incredibles era, when a villain explains their modus operandi , and how they carried out their evil plan, in a clunky monologue to the hero (and us)?

I give you Prisoners’ kidnapper/killer, Holly Jones (Melissa Leo). She and her dead husband kidnapped children in order to drive the parents to despair and “turn them into demons.”   They did this to spite God when their only child died of cancer.   This motivation is revealed by Jones in a ham-handed monologue, as she explains herself to the drugged Dover as she prepares to kill him.

Too bad, because it’s a theologically sound idea and makes for interesting motivation.   As Christians know, and as stories like The Exorcist dramatize, Satan loves to create despair and ultimately drive people to suicide.

However, for the story to make sense, Keller Dover (Hugh Jackman) should have either started as a man of faith but not succumb to despair despite having every reason to as he searches for his kid, or started as a man of faith and succumbed to despair in the end.   There may even be a route in which he begins as a man in despair and finds faith through his harrowing journey.  

But instead, we get typical Hollywood wishy-washy indecisiveness regarding the character.   We see Dover pray a couple of times, but otherwise there are no demonstrations of faith whatsoever (you can hear the studio notes: “Don’t make him a religious fanatic!”).   In fact, he appears to be more of a survivalist than devout Christian.   Or Catholic.   Or…well…we don’t even know his exact faith.

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