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posted a Quick Tip about The Adjustment Bureau. November 08, 2011
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The Adjustment Bureau
Before reading the reviews and seeing the movies, I had assumed that this would be some dude action flick, but it turned out to be pleasantly more than that. I loved it. It's a trippy and thought-provoking …
posted a Quick Tip about The Vengeance Trilogy. November 08, 2011
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THE VENGEANCE TRILOGY
One of the best and possibly the greatest film trilogies to ever hail from South Korea. Park Chan-Wook intrigues, excites, scares and perhaps even define the very evils of revenge with such beautiful …
reviewed Orphan. October 19, 2011
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Orphan
*** out of ****     Movies about adopted children from Hell make me happy any day. Of course, sometimes a bad one comes along to ruin a potentially good time, but more than often, …
reviewed Limitless. September 19, 2011
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Limitless
No one wants to become an addict to damage himself. Everyone becomes addicted to something because of the promise of becoming hipper, cooler, suaver, smarter and perhaps even more charismatic. Now let …
reviewed Peeping Tom (1960). August 20, 2011
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Peeping Tom (1960)
Peeping Tom is a great and unpleasant film made by Michael Powell three years after he and his partner in the Archers, Emeric Pressburger, went their own ways. British critics loathed it, said so loudly, …
reviewed Limitless. August 17, 2011
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Limitless
**1/2 out of ****     What is there was a pill for instant awesomeness and intelligence? This is a question that Neil Burger's "Limitless" attempts to give some insight into, with …
reviewed Source Code. August 17, 2011
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Source Code
*** out of ****     "Source Code" is an engaging thriller, a touching human love-story, and an intelligent science-fiction flick all rolled up into one 90-minute film. That's a lot …
reviewed Gamer. August 12, 2011
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   1.   In 1992 Neil Esterbrook wrote “cyberpunk is dead,” stating that most cyberpunk authors had moved back into mainstream science fiction.  Cyberpunk exists …
reviewed Limitless. July 28, 2011
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Limitless
This is my new express review format since there's more to say about TV commercials these days than most films. It's a super-sexy new format that will help you save time, get to the good stuff, …
reviewed The Strangers. July 28, 2011
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The Strangers
*1/2 out of ****     "The Strangers" is maddeningly un-scary and also unforgivably stupid. It certainly proves that its director, first-timer Bryan Bertino, can direct a movie; but …
reviewed Faster. July 24, 2011
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Faster
** out of ****     "Faster", with both its cast and its attached filmmaker, could have made for a wild, thoroughly entertaining action-thriller. It doesn't have an interesting or original …
reviewed Limitless. July 18, 2011
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Limitless
LIMITLESS   Written by Leslie Dixon   Directed by Neil Burger   Starring Bradley Cooper, Abbie Cornish and Robert De Niro       Carl van Loon: So, …
reviewed The Strangers. July 16, 2011
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The Strangers
If you're looking to be scared, The Strangers will to do the trick and then some.      I was a little worried, to be honest. Based on the premise and early looks at the trailer, …
reviewed Orphan. July 10, 2011
Orphan
For that small selection of motion pictures that approach greatness and fall far short of it, this is a particularly notable entry. In the '70s, no major studio would touch something this audacious, …
reviewed The Adjustment Bureau. July 09, 2011
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The Adjustment Bureau
*** out of ****     Whenever I discover that a new Philip K. Dick novel is being adapted into a film, I can't help but be skeptical. Most of the time, I just sit down somewhere and …
reviewed Inception. July 08, 2011
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this movie rules and is better than i can rate it!
posted a Quick Tip about The Vengeance Trilogy. July 05, 2011
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THE VENGEANCE TRILOGY
Having now seen all three films in Park Chan-wook's Vengeance Trilogy, I can really appreciate what a great director he is and what a talent he has for creating high-tension dramas revolving around …
reviewed Jaws (1975 film). July 05, 2011
Jaws (Widescreen Anniversary Collector's Edition)
I needn't evaluate the merits of the first great summer blockbuster; Jaws is a tremendous film, far superior to most of the extravagant productions that Hollywood studios produce for general audiences …
posted a Quick Tip about Lady Vengeance. July 05, 2011
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Lady Vengeance
Of Park Chan-wook's Vengeance Trilogy, this is my least favorite entry. The film is full of the expected twists and turns that are common in his films, but somehow this one didn't have the dark, …
reviewed Source Code. July 05, 2011
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Source Code
'Source Code' does what 'Vantage Point' tried, but failed, to do. It makes us look at a public scene where some imminent violence or calamity is about to take place, and then backs up …
reviewed Inception. July 04, 2011
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For months, just like everyone else on Earth, I've been hearing and seeing the buzz surrounding Christopher Nolan's newest film, Inception. However, due to time constraints caused by college and …
reviewed The Adjustment Bureau. July 04, 2011
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The Adjustment Bureau
Are we free to make our own choices, or is someone/something controlling are guiding them? This is an age-old question, perhaps because the human mind struggles to wrap itself around either the idea of …
reviewed The Ninth Gate. June 28, 2011
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Those most conspicuous qualities of Polanski's unfairly maligned pan-European adventure invites comparison to his classic Rosemary's Baby. Adapted from novels concerning obsession with satanic …
reviewed The Adjustment Bureau. June 25, 2011
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The Adjustment Bureau
Other than the Bourne films and Good Will Hunting, I am not much of a Matt Damon fan and the trailers for this film reminded me of "The Forgotten" which was terrible. Therefore, I was pleasantly …
posted a Quick Tip about The Informant! (2009). June 21, 2011
The Informant! (2009)
Sauntering into the Coens' territory, Soderbergh drains nearly all the intrigue and black humor from the true story that Kurt Eichenwald masterfully brought to print. Add "farce" to the ever-lengthening …
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