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Old 06-15-2006, 11:18 AM   #76
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Wedding Crashers 9/10

One of the funniest movies I have ever seen

If Christopher Walken had been more psycho (being a politician isn't psycho enough for me) I would have given it 10.

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Old 06-15-2006, 02:31 PM   #77
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Just Like Heaven

I like a romantic comedy now and again, but this movie did NOTHING for me. And I like both Reese Witherspoon and Mark Ruffalo! It wasn't in the least bit amusing, which is a big no-no in a "romantic comedy" movie.

(To be honest, I didn't seen the last half hour of the film. I gave up on it.)

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Old 06-17-2006, 12:03 PM   #78
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Date Movie

Bland, mostly unfunny, "romantic comedy spoof" that fell right on its face shortly after most of the characters in the movie did. They tried to do way too much with it, which ultimately led to its demise. I only give it a 2 because Alyson Hannigan is cute and there were some bits of real humor in there.


Not Another Teen Movie

A better spoof of teen movies than Date Movie was of rom-coms. The cameos and use of cliches was the only silver lining for me, other than that, it was craptastic.


Ed Wood

The greatest movie about the worst director of all-time ever. I'm not usually a Johnny Depp fan, but he delivered in this movie. Martin Landau, Bill Murray, Jeffrey Jones, and Patricia Arquette rounded out a good supporting cast. Great story, great visuals and just a great movie altogether. I don't like Sarah Jessica Parker at all, and I don't see why she's so popular, so she hurts this movie for me, but not by much.

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Old 06-18-2006, 12:10 PM   #79
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X-Men: The Last Stand

I came in hoping for a more exciting X-Men movie than the last 2, which I got in spades, but I didn't like how so many liberties were taken with characters and just died. The twists at the end were well-done and left it wide open for another trilogy, hopefully about the Apocalypse/Mr. Sinister/Legacy Virus storyline. It gets a 7 because of the Juggernaut's line, oh my God, my friends and I were dying of laughter.

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Old 06-18-2006, 01:28 PM   #80
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Cry Wolf- 7/10

Good storyline and a surprise ending but it takes watching about half of the movie for it to get interesting.
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Old 06-19-2006, 09:23 AM   #81
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I think this movie gives a good view of what it is like to cope with an autistic person in everyday life, and what kind of problems as well as positive things can happen because of it (yes, I am talking out of experience).

I believe Dustin Hoffman plays that role really well, and Tom Cruise brings forth reactions that are typical I guess for a lot of people who come across those kind of issues in life.

Oh my, how philosophical and all...

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Old 06-19-2006, 02:27 PM   #82
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The New World w/Colin Farrell and Q'Orianka Kilcher (sp?)--surprisingly I enjoyed it even if the storyline wasn't top notch, but the scenery/imagery was nice and for very little dialogue, it was okay. 6/10
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Al Pacino, Robin Williams... great flick LONG flick. You are always wondering what is going to happen next. Kept me interested the entire time.
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The Family Stone


Your typical American comedy/drama/chick flick, everything is over the top and exageratted. The kind of movie you figure out whats gonna happen at the end within the first hour.. and then spend the rest of the movie hoping you were wrong and that they'll actually do something different or creative so you don't feel as if you wasted 2 hours of your life.



I never tire of this film because each time I watch it always manages to feel fresh. There's always a reference or a joke I discover with each viewing. Weird, funny, entertaining, honest, captivating.
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I watched The Family Stone last week, and I really wanted to like it, but it gave me whiplash the way it zipped between slapstick and sentimentality so quickly. Plus, there were too many moments where Sarah Jessica Parker's character just made me way too uncomfortable.
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Old 06-20-2006, 10:23 PM   #86
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Nacho Libre Marginally entertaining... although I was really hoping when I told my niece she could pick the movie today that she'd go with 'Cars' or 'Over the Hedge'. Guess that'll teach me to leave the movie decisions up to an 8 yr old.
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I couldn't quite keep up with everything that was going on, but I still thought it was very good. George Clooney deserved that Oscar.
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I may have to rent that this week. I've been meaning to, and now that it's out on DVD
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Old 06-21-2006, 11:25 AM   #89
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The Alamo (2004)

Beautifuly directed with stunnig arieal camera shots of the battle.
Billy Bob Thonton is superb as Davy Crockett. Plus great performances from Jason Patric and Patrick Wilson.
Although Dennis Quaid's Gen. Sam Houston is a little bit overacted, and constantly shouts throughout the movie.

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Old 06-22-2006, 12:20 PM   #90
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didnt like it, wouldnt even give it 5/10

Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

not bad really - Id give it a 5/10 - it didnt hold my attention

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