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Moviepie Musings

I admit, I'm a fiend for movie trailers. I hate commercials in movie theaters, but I love love love seeing the trailers before the feature film. And just about as much as I love trailers, I love lists…
Sure, this idea seems good when you have a year like 1939, where there are at least two handfuls of movies (if not more) that are destined to be classics. But what is the last year that you can honest…
Oh, you know you love it... we do! Here's is the teaser poster for the much-anticipated Twilight sequel, cumbersomely titled The Twilight Saga: New Moon. The characters are curiously arranged to make …
Carrie Fisher, talented a writer as she is, knows that she will be haunted by a certain character that she first played onscreen when she was a mere 19. Who knew that the Star Wars franchise would be …
Let's just say the producers of the Twilight series know their audience. With the immediate super-stardom of Robert Pattinson (even before the first movie hit the theaters) and the screaming throngs o…
An Evening with Ken Burns and Dayton Duncan Monday April 20, 2009 Benaroya Hall, Seattle, WA Ken Burns is a bonafide rock star with the PBS crowd. Known for epic documentaries about all types of Ameri…
For me the movies of 2008 can be summed up in one word: disappointment. It seemed like I was forever waiting for something to come out (i.e. Rambo, 88 Minutes, and Righteous Kill) only to be grossly d…
1. 88 Minutes. I've seen a lot of bad thrillers, and I've loved a lot of bad thrillers... but I have never loved a bad thriller as much as I love 88 Minutes. It's hilarious from start to finish, from …
10 movies that I really liked in 2008... Let the Right One In (Låt den rätte komma in) - Though other vampire movies got a lot more attention and more box office (*cough* Twilight *cough*), this sombe…
Every December around this time, I sit down to make a list of all the films I’ve seen in the previous year so that I can craft my best-and-worst ‘Pie piece. I write them all down and put them under on…
No Country for Old Men - This perfectly-made Coen Brothers film astonished me with its dusty, Texan look, its wry and sad tone, its shocking violence, and its unresolved ending. If this wins Best Pict…
You know, I thought 2006 was a supremely meh year for movies, but 2007 managed to top its predecessor. Finding truly memorable films or moments was tough. Nonetheless, let’s reflect... 10 Films I Rea…