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reviewed Happy Feet. March 27, 2013
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Happy Feet (Widescreen Edition) (2006)
Of all the computer animated talking animals out there these days, penguins have certainly enjoyed the limelight.  Happy Feet, Penguins of Madagascar, Surfs Up, The Jungle Bunch- these are just a …
reviewed 20 Most Anticipated Movies in 2013. February 13, 2013
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20 Most Anticipated Movies in 2013
Before throwing ourselves into this pit full of film stocks, I would like to mention few movies that I'm very excited to see that unfortunately did not made my top 20. There might be some surprises …
reviewed Les Miserables. December 24, 2012
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'Les Miserables' directed by Tom Hooper
I absolutely loved the Broadway production of 'Les Miserables' created by Claude-Michel Schonberg, Alain Boubill and Jean-Marc Natel.  I listen to the show's score in my car whenever …
reviewed The Prestige. July 01, 2011
The Prestige
I've not much to type of Christoper Nolan's finest accomplishment that hasn't been stated before. At this juncture, it wouldn't be unfair for the Nolans to abandon non-linear plotting; …
reviewed X2: X-Men United. May 02, 2011
X2: X-Men United
Like I said in my review of Spiderman 2, comic book movies often have no problems when it comes to their sequels. In fact, the majority of comic-book movie sequels surpass the qualiy of their predecessors, …
posted a Quick Tip about The Fountain. February 21, 2011
The Fountain
Of all the movies I've seen, this is one of the most difficult to understand. The narrative structure is complex, the characters are multi-dimsensional, and the themes are very weighty. That said, if …
reviewed The Fountain. January 10, 2011
The Fountain
*** out of ****      "The Fountain" left me feeling completely drained. While it was confusing and a tad uneven, Darren Aronofsky's third feature was also beautiful and …
reviewed X2: X-Men United. December 12, 2010
X2: X-Men United
Stephanie's Favourite Films: X2: X-Men United      I love comic book movies (well, most of them), and I thought i would show my love for them by reviewing my favourite installation …
posted a Quick Tip about X2: X-Men United. August 05, 2010
X2: X-Men United
Takes a little too long to get where it's going and could use an edit as well as more screen time for some of it's characters but the story isn't bad and what is here is good.
posted a Quick Tip about The Prestige. July 27, 2010
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The Prestige
A few flaws, however a great , great film. Chris Nolan has yet to make a bad film. Christian Bale is oscar-worthy is this movie.
posted a Quick Tip about Happy Feet. July 20, 2010
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Happy Feet (Widescreen Edition) (2006)
Charming but caused an outbreak of penguin obsession to a creepy level. I think everyone forgot about this film.
posted a Quick Tip about Happy Feet. July 19, 2010
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Happy Feet (Widescreen Edition) (2006)
Fun movie about penguins. Robin Williams steals the show with his three characters in the movie.
posted a Quick Tip about The Fountain. June 22, 2010
The Fountain
I actually really liked this movie...it was...interesting, but in a good way.
reviewed X2: X-Men United. May 17, 2010
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X2: X-Men United
From the opening sequence, I knew this was going to be even better than the original X-Men. I loved the combination of Nightcrawler's attack on the White House with classical music. With Patrick Stewart …
reviewed The Prestige. December 30, 2009
The Prestige
I've seen some movies that try to blow your mind, I've seen some movies that try to challenge you and make you believe in the unimaginable. The Prestige does both, it challenges you while making you think …
reviewed The Prestige. September 09, 2009
The Prestige
Two rival magicians in the late 1800’s.  Each trying to sabotage each other, outdo each other, and decode the secrets of each others tricks.  The twists and turns in this movie never seem …
reviewed Australia (2008). August 20, 2009
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Australia poster
There's a reason why classics are classics, and that's because they fulfill a basic human thirst for romance, adventure, the fellow getting the girl, and the good guys coming out on top. Nicole …
reviewed Australia (2008). July 05, 2009
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Australia poster
This is the tale of two reviews, one by a film fanatic and another by his wife. One couldn't imagine how this thing could drag on for almost 3 hours (20 unforgiving minutes short of 3 hours), how in the …
reviewed Australia (2008). June 13, 2009
Australia poster
    Australia    Director: Baz Luhrmann  Screen writers: Baz Luhrmann, Stuart Beattie    Brief Synopsis:   MOULIN ROUGE's …
reviewed The Prestige. May 15, 2009
The Prestige
The Prestige is probably one of the most underrated films of this this past decade.  With such a great cast that included Hugh Jackman, Christian Bale, Michael Caine and Scarlett Johansson, this …
reviewed Australia (2008). April 16, 2009
Australia poster
"Australia" has been hyped for months as being Baz Luhrmann's big epic. The director of famous teen flicks like the Leonardo DiCaprio "Romeo + Juliet," "Australia" was said to be the film that would establish …
reviewed Australia (2008). March 07, 2009
Australia poster
Baz Luhrmann needed to re-think his overly long epic of life in Australia during WW II: The first hour of this 165 minute film comes across as caricature with Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman being introduced …
reviewed Australia (2008). February 17, 2009
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Australia poster
I first saw AUSTRALIA last November on my birthday. I wasn't sure if I was going to like the movie, but I absolutely loved it and it made my list of top ten films of 2008.    Directed …
reviewed Australia (2008). February 14, 2009
Australia poster
Short Attention Span Summary (SASS):     1. Lady Sarah Ashley (Nicole Kidman) heads off Down Under to find out what her hubby is really doing when he says he's mustering cattle.   2. …
reviewed The Fountain. December 24, 2008
The Fountain
Director Darren Aronofsky (Pi and Requiem for a Dream) has created a niche for himself in the film industry. Much like filmmakers David Lynch, Terry Gilliam, and Vincent Ward, Darren Aronofsky explores …
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