Posts Tagged ‘Movies, TV’

Up In The Air (2009) – Movie Review


Liked this so much the first time, I rented for a second look. (more…)


Salt (2010) – Movie Review


She’s not Bourne again.  But she’s a fair Elvis.





Yojimbo (1961) – Movie Review


Westerns don’t get any better than this Eastern.


The American (2010) – Movie Review


Plenty of eye candy here, both nature and human.  However save this one for the DVD rental.


Eat Pray Love – Movie Review


Eat, Pray, Love.  If I had done any of these for the 2.25 hours the movie ran, I would’ve been better served. 


Inception (2010) – Movie Review


Mission Impossible meets The Matrix.

Leonardo DiCaprio (playing Dom Cobb) finds himself in almost the same haunting memory he was in, in Shutter Island.  That is, searching for the truth about his wife and two children.  I’m sure this was purely coincidental, but it is an interesting aside.


Splice (2010) – Movie Review


I don’t know how this one got past the Syfy (Sci-Fi) Channel and actually got to the movies.  The guy behind me was wondering out loud if he could get his money back.  And, we only paid a dollar for the admission.  Well, I suppose there are worse movies that, fortunately, I never get to see.  However this one was pretty bad based on almost any criteria. 


Clerks II (2006) – Movie Review


Let us cultivate our garden.

For those of you who like the two philosophical stoners, Jay and Silent Bob, you’ll like Clerks II.  For those of you who might be offended by a hilarious parody of the Tijuana donkey show, or, first test, for those of you who don’t have a clue what the Tijuana donkey show is, better leave this one on the video rental shelf or take it off your Netflix queue.


Zombie Strippers (2008) – Movie Review


Not even Jenna Jameson’s bare chest could save this one.  While a plot synopsis normally isn’t given in these reviews, it would be difficult to write one for this movie, as there is little or no plot.  The bottom line,  3.5 numb butts.  Only Jenna saved it from rating a perfect 4.


She’s Out Of My League (2010) – Movie Review


Yes she is, which is why this under 20 targeted movie is surprisingly entertaining.  The slightly dysfunctional characters combined with this variation of a “fish out of water” movie, has a surprising amount of laughs packed into it as long as you are in your teens or can still remember when you were in your teens.  If neither of these is true, or you believe you were never like this while you were growing up, stay home. 


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