The “Line-O-Rama” in the DVD’s extra features section had me laughing so hard I had to leave the room and think of something sad.
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Go. If only to hear homegirl Anne Hathaway’s big number. It is the single most remarkable thing I’ve seen in a movie since … well I don’t know if I’ve ever seen anything that made me react that way.
Peter Jackson needs someone to tell him, “no.” Someone to tell him, “just because you can do something doesn’t mean you should.” That less is more.
But then, I’m a geek.
Love it or not, it will always have this shot.
It’s Day Twelve of our FIOS outage, and we have been taking advantage of the local movie theaters and a pile of still-shrinkwrapped DVDs around the house. Here are our findings.
Ben Affleck does the ’70s a solid with his thriller “Argo,” the true-life story of the rescue of six American Embassy employees stranded in post-revolutionary Iran.
Another bad influence, courtesy of MST3K.
“The Master” is most certainly not an entertainment. It’s by turns harrowing and disturbing. But we spent the rest of the weekend talking about it.
A movie you can watch with the sound off.
Well we weren’t going to the pool. Clouds and rain all of Sunday and Monday Labor Day weekend. As cabin fever slowly crept over us, we decided to head down to SOPAC and catch a movie.
The Green Hornet. Seth Rogen? Seriously?
Is this trip really necessary? The “Terminator” franchise is a great example of a sci-fi mythology, and mining its veins of self-reference and historical paradoxes has been a rewarding enterprise for most (though not all) of the movies, as well as the “Chronicles” TV series. But generally, you want to …
I spent most of my time over the break with LF out there in real life, and I offer a thousand apologies for not posting anything. Well, trying to get back on track, here are a few capsule reviews of some of the various entertainments we availed ourselves of.