Archive for December, 2004

The Big Empty

A struggling actor (John Favereau) accepts a job to deliver a mysterious blue suitcase to “The Cowboy” and “Bob the Indian” in a small desert town. All of the locals are a little bit wacko and obsessed with aliens. Rachael Leigh Cook plays a young lady who was found in the desert when she was […]

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Abandon

High Katie Holmes content. Turns out she’s nuts. College student has breakdown trying to complete her thesis. Goes nuts and turns into female praying mantis. Currently playing on The Movie Network. Worth a watch if you have nothing planned for the evening.

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Torque

Remember The Fast And The Furious? This is the same movie only on motorcycles.

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Spanglish

Off the top I want to say that I liked this movie. I’ve been thinking a long time about how to sum up the movie for this blog but nothing is coming to me. The movie isn’t about what you think it should be about. Does that make sense? The story is about a Mexican […]

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My Blue Heaven

Not all the movies I watch are new releases. Steve Martin is a gangster in witness protection and Rick Moranis is the FBI agent in charge of his safety. Classic. If this movie were in theatres I would recommend you go. However, since it’s not, rent it.

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Meet The Fockers

Ha ha ha. One word in the movie’s title sounds like another word… a bad word. Hee hee, that’s funny. As far as sequels go, this is terrible. Wait for this one on tv.

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Christmas With The Kranks

Guess what? Another movie based on a book. Guess who? Skipping Christmas by John Grisham. Same dude who writes all those legal novels and apparently, a family-oriented Christmas story. Tim Allen and Jamie Lee Curtis play Luther and Nora Krank who decide to go on a cruise when their only daughter joins the Peace Corps […]

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Blade: Trinity

How to make money in Hollywood: Either make a movie out of a book or make a trilogy. Even better: do both. This is the last of the Blade comic book film adaptations. And like all Marvel comic movies you need to make significant allowances for plot holes. I enjoyed the film. It is almost […]

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Christmas happened and so I am a little behind on my postings. In the interest of getting up to date, I’m going to do some relatively short posts. If I feel so inclined, I will expand on them at a later time (don’t hold your breath… busy busy).

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