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Obsessive Optimism And Merry Christmas – Love Actually Movie Review

The truth is, the old question about the half-full/half-empty glass is utterly useless. Now sure, it’s a whimsical pseudo-Koan that pseudo-adults in suits and dresses that wear their tags on their sle...

The Bourne Supremacy – Movie Review – Bourne Rennt

In honor of the continuation of the Bourne franchise   There’s a point in The Bourne Supremacy when Jason Bourne washes his hands in a scene that might seem absolutely unnecessary. It was at that...

Twilight – Movie Review – Generational Conflict

Once in a while, a movie comes along that makes me wonder what the forty-something movie critic sitting next to me in the theater watching Say Anything wrote.  Did Some Kind of Wonderful, or let’...

A Prairie Home Companion – Movie Review

It is rather fitting that Robert Altman and Garrison Keillor worked together for what would become Altman’s last film. Altman has long been known as a genius of film conversation, while Keillor… well,...

List Of Best Movies Ever… It’s Not 10 Though… It’s 200… Part 4 – The End

  151. Run Lola Run (1998. Tom Tykwer. Franka Potente. Moritz Bleibtreu. Herbert Knaup) Nominated Best Non-English Film – BAFTA. Won Best Foreign Film – Independent Spirit Awards. Won Audi...

Indiana Jones And The Crystal Skull – Movie Review

No one wanted to listen when I told them League of Extraordinary Gentleman was a good movie, and yet reviews for Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull have not run particularly negative. ...

Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa– Escape Unlikely – Movie Review

Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa suffers from all the problems we’re familiar with when it comes to sequels, but don’t generally expect from recent animated efforts.  Rather than a real progres...

List Of Best Movies Ever… It’s Not 10 Though… It’s 200… Part 3

  101. The Last Unicorn (1982. Jules Bass & Arthur Rankin Jr) It’s surprising how few people have seen this. Wonderful animation, and a great rendition of the story. 1982 was pretty early for big ...

The Prestige – Movie Review

There is a scene in Christopher Nolan’s The Prestige which shows one of the film’s two rival magicians talking to a small boy. The heart of the conversation is the old magician’s line, “Never sh...

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