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reviewed Stay (2005). March 28, 2006
Stay (2005)
STAY is the epitome of the old cliché "all style and no substance." There is a lot of serious camera trickery, wild editing, nifty camera movies and the like. It's also got lots of moments that are clearly …
reviewed Good Night, and Good Luck.. March 26, 2006
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Good Night, and Good Luck.
Many of us in the early 21st century have no memories of the 1950s and have been led to believe the decade was all about sock hops, Howdy Doody and clean-cut American families. But the early '50s was …
reviewed A History of Violence (2005 film). March 22, 2006
DVD front
The idea that a movie with graphic depictions of murder could also be deep and incredibly interesting didn't cross my mind until I saw "A History of Violence." I understand now why David Cronenberg chose …
reviewed A History of Violence (2005 film). March 17, 2006
DVD front
Too many times I've watched a movie expecting greatness and not getting that. I just knew A History Of Violence would be good but it only met some of my expectations. Although it will keep you entertained …
reviewed A History of Violence (2005 film). March 16, 2006
DVD front
In "A History of Violence," director, David Cronenberg, creates a masterful study of the human psyche adapted from the graphic novel of the same name by John Wagner and Vince Locke. Performances by Viggo …
reviewed A History of Violence (2005 film). March 16, 2006
DVD front
David Cronenberg has a style with his films that is unmistakable: he is unafraid to address the darker aspects that lie within us all. That he pushes this idea over the limits of viewable film is reflected …
reviewed Good Night, and Good Luck.. March 15, 2006
Good Night, and Good Luck.
GOOD NIGHT, AND GOOD LUCK is a brilliant piece of film making, a film that recreates a period in our history when gossip mongers and fear exploiters took the lead for a terrifying few years that threatened …
reviewed Cellular (New Line Platinum Series) (.... March 04, 2006
Cellular (New Line Platinum Series) (2004)
If the movies Speed and Phone Booth had a baby, Cellular would be the offspring, and that's not a bad thing. From the moment sloucher Ryan (Chris Evans) answers his cell phone and hears a strange woman …
reviewed Red Eye (2005). March 03, 2006
Red Eye (Widescreen Edition) (2005)
"Red Eye" deserves three-and-a-half stars more than four, but I graded it up for one simple reason: It isn't boring. So many of today's so-called "thrillers" are just dull. With "Red Eye," Wes Craven …
reviewed The Interpreter (2005). February 26, 2006
The Interpreter (Widescreen Edition) (2005)
"The Interpreter" has an interesting story: an interpreter for the United Nations, played by Nicole Kidman, overhears an assassination plot spoken in a language she and very few other people understand. …
reviewed Red Eye (2005). February 23, 2006
Red Eye (Widescreen Edition) (2005)
What a relief ... a thriller that actually is thrilling! New "IT" girl Rachel McAdams ("Wedding Crashers" and "The Notebook") dominates screen time in this nice little classic suspense thriller from famed …
reviewed Audition. February 06, 2006
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Audition (Unrated) (Dir Sub)
There is a huge difference between this film and other horror films and that is it has more story than gore. There's not that much violence but this girl still freaks you out with her insane secrets. …
reviewed The Machinist. February 04, 2006
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The Machinist
Pros: Bale all the way     Cons: none that large     The Bottom Line: "Welcome my son,   welcome to the machine.   Where have you been?   It's …
reviewed A Time to Kill (1996). January 28, 2006
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A Time to Kill (1996)
John Grisham's powerful novel about persistent racial conflict in the South was transformed ten years ago into a gripping film by Joel Schumacher with the screenplay adaptation by Akiva Goldsman. The …
reviewed Flightplan (2005). January 27, 2006
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Flightplan (Widescreen Edition) (2005)
FLIGHTPLAN as directed by Robert Schwentke from a screenplay by writers Peter A. Dowling and Billy Ray is excellent on creating tension from the first frames of the film well into the uni-set stage of …
reviewed The Bourne Supremacy (movie). January 26, 2006
Bourne Supremacy
Why people hate The Bourne Supremacy I have no idea but what I loved about this sequel was they got rid of a very weak piece of the cast right in the beginning. You break your neck to see this because …
reviewed Red Eye (2005). January 17, 2006
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Red Eye (Widescreen Edition) (2005)
Who would expect a screenplay/story by Carl Ellsworth ('Buffy the Vampire Slayer') directed by horror master Wes Craven to be an intelligent thriller? Yet RED EYE is precisely that. This a tight conversational …
reviewed Oldboy. January 17, 2006
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I popped Oldboy into my DVD player expecting to see a pretty decent movie but I got something way past that. First do not buy this film expecting to see a martial arts or action packed film because this …
reviewed 2046 (2005). January 02, 2006
2046 (2005)
Kar Wai Wong is more than a film director (though he is one of the finest directors working today!): he is a visual, poetic, creative and daring artist capable of more cinematic miracles in one isolated …
reviewed Assault on Precinct 13 (2005). December 25, 2005
Assault on Precinct 13 (Widescreen Edition) (2005)
I was surprised how much I got sucked into this movie! I have not seen the original nor do I care to, it has not spoiled my movie watching experice, I have imagination and a brain, I can enjoy this withouth …
reviewed Planet of the Apes. December 13, 2005
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Planet of the Apes
I've seen the original "Planet of the Apes" and most of its horrid sequels, but I have to admit that I really enjoyed Tim Burton's re-imagined vision of Simian supremacy. Mark Wahlberg is perfectly cast …
reviewed Syriana (2005 film). December 09, 2005
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Syriana (2005)
Pros: Great Cast, complex story, interesting characters.     Cons: May seem a bit Liberal for some.     The Bottom Line: A solid film that regardless of your views, …
reviewed Unbreakable (Two-Disc Vista Series) (.... December 07, 2005
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Unbreakable (Two-Disc Vista Series) (2000)
What is so intriguing about Unbreakable is the examination of the archetypal elements of comic book superheroes and villains--and if they have true-life correlations in reality.     Samuel …
reviewed Kill Me Later. December 01, 2005
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Kill Me Later
Pros: Cute and didn’t annoy me like I thought it might end up doing     Cons: What’s with the weird blue transitions?     The Bottom Line: Suicide isn’t the answer …
reviewed Flightplan (2005). November 27, 2005
Flightplan (Widescreen Edition) (2005)
Pros: Jodie Foster and the other main characters. Suspense. Suspense. Suspense. Keeps you guessing.     Cons: Story isn't realistic, once you think about it.      …
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