January Is Indeed A Bad Month For Movies

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January tends to be a bad month for movies because studios try to get their best films out in December to meet the Oscar's deadline. This year is no different. Slate.com's Mark Jordan Legan takes us through reviews of three lackluster films; Notorious, the story of the life and death of the Notorious BIG, Hotel for Dogs and Paul Blart: Mall Cop, a comedy about a shopping center security guard.



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