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Memorable Movie Scenes: Crash

Posted on February 26th, 2006 filed in Memorable Movie Scenes
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Anthony: Look around! You couldn’t find a whiter, safer or better lit part of this city. But this white woman sees two black guys, who look like UCLA students, strolling down the sidewalk and her reaction is blind fear. I mean, look at us! Are we dressed like gangbangers? Do we look threatening? No. Fact, if anybody should be scared, it’s us: the only two black faces surrounded by a sea of over-caffeinated white people, patrolled by the triggerhappy LAPD. So, why aren’t we scared?
Peter: Because we have guns?
Anthony: You could be right.
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Eight Below Movie Review (7/10)

Posted on February 22nd, 2006 filed in Movie Reviews

In a research center in Antarctica, Jerry Shepard (Paul Walker – Into the Blue), and his eight highly trained sled dogs, embarks on a dangerous mission to assist scientist Davis McClaren (Bruce Greenwood -Capote) find and bring back a meteorite from planet Mercury. The mission proves successful despite an almost fatal accident in which the dogs tactfully and selflessly save the life of the scientist.

Once back, they are told they must evacuate at once as a horrendous storm is heading their way. There is no space for the dogs on the chopper and so, Jerry ties them up close to the base after being assured of the pilot returning coming back for them iin few hours . That fails to materialize however and the dogs end up stuck and tied up on their own, in the cold, harsh, stormy polar weather!

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Most Favorite movies of 2005

Posted on February 2nd, 2006 filed in Movie Talk
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Here are my favorite top 20 movies of 2005:

Crash (Fascinating with Sandra Bullock as never seen before)

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Mr. Depp you rule)

Walk the Line (Amazing Reese rendition of June Carter, Great soundtrack)

Capote (Awesome Phylis Seymour Hoffman becoming Capote)

Stay (Stunning visualry, smart)

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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Movie Review (8/10)

Posted on January 13th, 2006 filed in Movie Reviews


After the highly anticipated Quidditch world cup, which was marked by the ominous appearance of the Dark mark in the sky, Harry Potter and his friends are off to their fourth year at Hogwarts. But this year is special in its events; The Triwizard Tournament, which is the most legendary and dangerous magical competition amongst the three different witchcraft and wizardry’s schools in the world, is being held at Hogwarts. The Goblet of fire chooses the names of the three competitors but then, much to everybody’s disbelief, it inexplicably spits out Harry’s name, who three years too young to be even eligible could not enter the competition in the first place. This is without doubt the evil doing of the death eaters, nevertheless, Harry is now forced to rise to the challenge and fight dragons, decipher riddles, breathe underwater, and find the Goblet in the enchanted maze and inevitably face Lord Voldemort in person!

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Memorable Movie Quotes: Memoirs of a Geisha

Posted on January 11th, 2006 filed in Movie Quotes
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Mameha: [in voiceover] Remember, Chiyo, geisha are not courtesans. And we are not wives. We sell our skills, not our bodies. We create another secret world, a place only of beauty. The very word “geisha” means artist and to be a geisha is to be judged as a moving work of art.


Chiyo to Chairman: Can’t you see? Every step I have taken…… has been to bring myself closer to you.


A long time ago, you took something from me, the only thing I ever truly wanted. Well… now you know how it feels.

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Memorable Movie Scene: Finding Neverland

Posted on January 4th, 2006 filed in Memorable Movie Scenes
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J.M. Barrie: It seems to me that Peter’s trying to grow up too fast. I imagine he thinks that grown-ups don’t hurt as deeply as children do when they… when they lose someone. I lost my older brother David when I was just Peter’s age, and it nearly destroyed my mother.
Sylvia Llewelyn Davies: James, I’m so sorry. Your poor mother. I can’t imagine losing a child.
J.M. Barrie: She didn’t get out of bed for months, she wouldn’t eat. I tried everything to make her happy but she only wanted David. So one day I dressed myself in David’s clothing and I went to her.
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