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Little Miss Sunshine Memorable Movie Scenes

Posted on January 22nd, 2007 filed in Memorable Movie Scenes
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There is so much to like in this very entertaining and really charming sleeper hit of 2006

1) The corpse stealing scene

2) The way the gang would load their minivan….Priceless

3) Olive Dance routine and the family chumming in

4) The breaking of the vow of silence

5) The first family breakfast with Olive quizzing her gay suicidal uncle, foul talking grandpa, high achieving loser dad, and nihilist Dwayne


The Descent Movie Review (8/10)

Posted on January 7th, 2007 filed in Movie Reviews
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Summary: One year following a tragic accident that killed her husband and daughter, Sarah joins her girlfriends on a caving expedition in the Appalachian mountains. Two miles underground they realize that Juno, the adrenaline-junkie adventure leader, has decided to take them down an unexplored cave route hoping that the girls would be the first to discover and thus name this cave. Things don’t go as expected however. A tunnel collapses blocking the entry route, trapping the girls and leaving them struggling for survival amongst numerous dangers that include their physical, mental, and psychological strains, a colony of blood thirsty mutant predators and each other.

Review: ‘The Descent’ is a tightly knit, claustrophobically filmed, skillfully acted and masterfully directed horror movie that is likely one of the most terrifying movies that have graced our screens since ‘The Ring’. You literally find yourself immersed in this underground world, with labored breathing, racing pulse, and facial sweats, wondering with the girls what lies ahead at the next turn, tunnel or chamber.

Director Nick Marshall is the master of his domain and he knows it.

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Lucky Number Slevin Movie Review (8/10)

Posted on November 7th, 2006 filed in Movie Reviews
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Summary: When Slevin Kelevra (Josh Hartnett) headed to New York to visit his friend Nick Fisher, little did he know what awaits him. First he gets mugged, loses his wallet and IDs, and gets his nose broken. Second, Nick is nowhere to be found and there is no sign as to where he may be. Third, two gangs of mobsters looking for Nick confuse Slevin for him and drag him, one at a time, to see their feuding bosses, The Boss (Morgan Freeman) and The Rabbi (Ben Kingsley). Seems that Nick is in deep trouble. He owes The Boss $96,000 and The Rabbi $33,000 both from gambling bets. Slevin’s efforts to explain the case of mistaken identity are in vain. The Boss offers him a chance to wipe out his debts by killing The Rabbi’s son. The Rabbi himself offers to forgive the debt as well in return for him killing The Boss. To make things even more complicated, Mr. Smith (Bruce Willis) a high profile hired assassin seems to be pulling the strings behind the scenes on both sides. And finally there is detective Brikowski (Stanley Tucci) that is running 24 hour surveillance on both gangs and subsequently Slevin. The only bright side amidst all this chaos is Lindsey (Lucy Liu), Nick’s neighbor and the city coroner, who takes an immediate liking to Slevin. She also loves playing detective and decides to investigate Nick’s disappearance.


Hard Candy Movie Review (9/10)

Posted on September 20th, 2006 filed in Movie Reviews
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Following a sexually charged and flirtatious online chat session between Thonggrrl14 and LensMan319, they agree to meet. Jeff and Hayley seem to immediately hit it off exchanging various ‘I like you much’ signals to each other. Hayley asks if Jeff wants some Tiramisu, he picks some from her lips. Jeff buys a tee shirt to Hayley and insists she models it for him. She does but only after flashing him in a semistage of undress. Hayley seems the most assertive of the two and aggressively pursues Jeff until he agrees to take her to his home. I know what you’re thinking. This is just another ad movie about how online encounters can successfully evolve into real relationships. But that’s of course because you are not aware of a very simple detail: Hayley is 14 and Jeff is 32!


Inside Man Movie Review (8/10)

Posted on May 18th, 2006 filed in Movie Reviews
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Summary:

Four masked people lead by Dalton Russell (Clive Owen) overtake a crowded Manhattan Bank and render the emloyees and customers hostages. New York Police rushes to the scene and so does hostage negotiator Keith Frazier (Denzel Washington) who is under investigation for the disappearance of $140,000 evidence cash. Frazier soon realizes that the criminals’ behavior is not typical of a robbery/hostage situation and gets even more curious when a high-powered P.R. woman (Jodie Foster) arrives at the scene with her own agenda in mind.

Review:

Spike Lee is back with “Inside Man”, a serious departure from his prior work, and arguably one of his best. This a clever robbery/hostage film that is well acted and masterfully executed.

First comer, Russell Gerwitz, gets a solid start with his very smart, quite elaborate, and extremely well plotted script that makes it very difficult for one to poke holes into.

The opening monologue is quite smart leading one to make all kinds of assumptions and thus get quite amazed later on as plot unveils. The film then moves back and forth in time while always adding new characters and story elements with Lee remaining faithful to using specific camera angles and film grains for each time frame making it trivial for the audience to be clear of where in time each scene belongs to.

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V for Vendetta Movie Quotes

Posted on May 4th, 2006 filed in Movie Quotes
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Saw this movie for the second time and loved it even more. Simply fabulous.



By sun-up if you’re not the sorriest piece of ass in all of London… then you’ll certainly be the sorest!


This may be the most important moment of your life… commit to it.


And now, for the crescendo!


There’s no certainty – only opportunity.


Fear became the ultimate tool of this government.


A revolution without dancing is a revolution not worth having!



One thing is true of all governments – their most reliable records are tax records.

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