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Psst. Come on. You can admit it... after all, it was ten years ago. No matter how much you trash-talk the movie today, I'll bet you saw it in the theater. Everyone did, and not just teenage girls. And…
If you've ever fantasized about living with Colin Firth and then fallen into a state of depression after realizing that it's never going to happen, Apartment Zero is the movie for you. Watching young …
He’s like an angry little Tazmanian devil, whirling about, arms flailing, screaming at everyone and destroying everything in his path. Halfway through the movie, during one of his explosive rants, I f…
An albino alligator is a freak of nature. It is weak and vulnerable, and serves one purpose: bait. The alligator posse it belongs can use the albino to lure over second alligator posse. Then, when the…
I stared stunned and mute at my co-worker. "CANNNNN YOOOUUUUU DIG IT?????" he bellowed with his arms triumphantly in the air. "I have no idea what you are talking about." I said to him, deadpan. He …
The opening sequence of Assault on Precinct 13 is an assault on the senses. Let me say this: The handheld camera with grainy and contrasty cinematography, combined with MTV-style editing should be use…
Diane Lane, in a Golden Globe-nominated performance, plays Connie, a suburban housewife who has a perfectly nice home, a perfectly nice son, and most importantly, a perfectly nice marriage with Edward…
After seeing a ridiculous amount of movies, it is always exciting when I by chance come across one that completely blows me away visually. It is astonishing that one film can seemingly re-invent the l…
When VCRs first came out, An American Werewolf in London was one of the first videos where my brother and I discovered the joys of rewinding-your-favorite-scene abuse ("A naked America man stole my ba…
Hollywood needs to be told that computer geeks very rarely look like Sandra Bullock (The Net), Ryan Phillippe (Antitrust), or Angelina Jolie (Hackers). If these people worked in marketing, I might bel…
After the first 20 minutes or so of harrowing scenes, multiple-character introductions, and mumbling mountain-climbing mumbo-jumbo, I leaned over to my Japanese friend, who sat wide-eyed, enthralled, …