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Movie Review: Hancock finds the sunny ‘Side’ of Oher’s story

21 Nov

John Lee Hancock’s film version of Michael Lewis’ novel, The Blind Side is an unexpected holiday gift to  movie-goers looking for a little emotional uplift with their theater experience. In a sea of empty calorie FX pictures, yawny teen flicks and great but devestating dramatic pieces,  Blind Side is that dependable but all too infrequent of cinematic treats; an honest to goodness family film.   Continue reading