Archive for the ‘Movie Reviews’ Category

Jun 1, 2013

Man of Steel Review (Warning Major Spoilers Ahead)

Fuck the embargo! I’m too excited. This is the second coming of the savior. (more…)

Apr 6, 2013

Film Critic Roger Ebert, Movies, and Significance of Celebrity

With the recent passing of American Film Critic/Icon Roger Ebert, it got me thinking about how the world works. (more…)

Nov 24, 2012

Life of Pi Movie Review

Jungle Book + Avatar + Titanic + something classy = Life of Pi. My take on this film directed by Ang Lee. (more…)

Jul 23, 2012

The Dark Knight Rises Movie Review (In-Depth Analysis)

Was it the sequel we deserved and the one we need right now? (more…)

Jul 3, 2012

Amazing Spiderman Film Movie Review (more like Average Spiderman)

Hollywood. Tsk-tsk-tsk. This is the Transformers 3 of Spiderman films so far. Let me explain. (more…)

Dec 7, 2011

DVD Review: Gary Larson’s Tales from the Far Side 1 & 2

Only two comic strips ever did it for me: Jim Davis’ Garfield and Gary Larson’s Far Side. Couldn’t relate to either one, but nonetheless, they were a staple in developing my sense of Americana and humor. Now I actually get to see if I’ve been interpreting Old Larson’s funny pitchers correctly and confirm whether or not I always had a sense of humor I was never aware of. (more…)

Aug 20, 2010

DVD Review: Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)

13+ | Color | 1978 | 1.85:1 Anamorphic Widescreen | Director: Philip Kaufman

This is my favorite film adaptation of this story. The first film was based on a short story, and the short story was prompted because of one man’s solo war against communism. Senator Joseph McCarthy of Wisconsin was a shithead (more…)

Aug 20, 2010

DVD Review: Akira

Directed by Katsuhiro Otomo. Originally released in Japan, 1987. DVD technical details: Special Edition Collector’s Tin (2-Discs), 1.85:1 Anamorphic Widescreen, Color, English 5.1 (new translation) and Japanese 2.0 Dolby Surround sound; Distributed by Pioneer; MPAA Rating: R (for re-release);

Yamagata readies to inflict pain on a rival gang member.

Yamagata readies to inflict pain on a rival gang member.

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Aug 19, 2010

DVD Review: Abigail Leslie Is Back In Town

The beautiful Rebecca Brooke (a.k.a. Mary Mendum) plays Priscilla, a bored housewife who must face the return of her arch-nemesis Abigail Leslie, a woman whose sexual escapades have shaken up small-town Baypoint and disrupted Priscilla’s marriage.

Man-slut Beau really knows the moves and Priscilla can't resist. He's a real predator (nudge, wink).

Man-slut Beau really knows the moves and Priscilla can't resist. He's a real predator (nudge, wink).

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