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Lynch on iPhone film viewing [Apr. 17th, 2009|12:10 am]
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incendiary_eve
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There is no Doubt about it - this is an incredible, must see film [Jan. 27th, 2009|08:38 pm]
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airolf
[Current Mood |impressed]

If you only watch one Oscar-nominated film this year, make sure it is Doubt. And yes, it was snubbed for the Best Picture.

Honestly, I liked it A LOT more than Frost/Nixon. I even liked it more than Slumdog Millionaire, which was a darling little film that I will be delighted to see win come Oscar night. Still, Doubt should've been up there, in the top five this year. And don't get me started about how it should've replaced the terrible The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.

For a more extensive review, see #8 on my 100 movies in 2009 list.
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Morel's Invention [Jan. 22nd, 2009|01:49 am]
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incendiary_eve
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Top 10 2008 [Dec. 16th, 2008|12:31 am]
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stevelead
I knocked up this video of my top ten movies for 2008

Let me know what you think.

Can you name all ten?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEb5dA6usAE
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The Dark Knight on DVD [Oct. 9th, 2008|11:36 pm]
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airolf
The Dark Knight is finally available for pre-order at amazon: in four different editions, no less (I vote for the Blu-Ray edition, but unfortunately I do not own the Blu-Ray player).

You can read my review here. Beware of spoilers.

Of course, it might be a great idea to rewatch it in theaters when it will be rereleased just in time for the Oscar race.
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Beverly Hills Chihuahua (2008) movie [Oct. 6th, 2008|04:39 pm]
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mootea

GO BEVERLY HILLS CHIHUAHUA Undersized lapdogs make me grumpy even when they don’t talk, wear pink booties and shop Rodeo Drive.
So I came to Beverly Hills Chihuahua with poison pen at the ready — only to be won over by the exuberant charms of Raja Gosnell’s comedy about a snobby, privileged Chihuahua named Chloe (voiced by Drew Barrymore) and her similarly spoiled-rotten 90210 dog ­sitter (Piper Perabo). The twosome grow some backbone when they get lost in the bowels of Baja, where the pooch must be rescued from the clutches of Mexican dogfight wranglers.
If the studios are finally going to make their mark on Latino audiences, they could do a lot worse than this wicked satire on Beverly Hills pet excess, with its sharp script, a fun performance by Jamie Lee Curtis as Chloe’s overindulgent owner, and a mostly Spanish-speaking cast that includes Andy Garcia as a clapped-out police dog, Cheech Marin as a cunning rat who’s after Chloe’s Harry Winston collar, and George Lopez as a Chihuahua from the wrong side of the tracks who loves Chloe. This being Disney, wholesome character-building messages abound, but for once they’re freshly spun as cautions against stereotyping both ethnic and canine.

And if, having seen Beverly Hills Chihuahua, your children grow up without the desire to turn their pets into idiot fashion accessories or extensions of their own shopaholic fantasies, so much the better. (Citywide) (Ella Taylor)



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So kissable Diaz at Target AFI Night [Oct. 6th, 2008|04:37 pm]
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mootea
looked right at home at last night’s Target Presents AFI Night at the Movies, held at the Arclight Theatre in Hollywood.

Actress used a special Los Angeles screening of There’s Something About Mary on Wednesday to pay tribute to her father who died this spring. Emilio was his name, made a cameo appearance in the comedy.

The actress laughed as she remembered her dad who died from complications with pneumonia in April:

"My daddy’s in this movie for two seconds. My father just passed away recently. He’s the dude when is leaving the jail and all the guys run afterwards. My dad has the long black-silver hair… who’s hamming it up in the front.

That’s my dad, so would you all just say hi to him, because it’s one of the few moments that we have of him immortalized on film.”

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Finally, some good movies! [Sep. 29th, 2008|05:43 pm]
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mootea

That’s amazing how life can turn everything its own way. Just like in these two movies opening today. Both of them tell us about two people who find themselves in new circumstances. They both have their own stories and their own reasons to escape, but life or destiny, whatever you call it, brings them together and helps them find answers. The only term to follow is they must stick together to change their lives for good. And find what they’re looking for, of course.

Eagle Eye

starring , , , and is a thriller about two strangers thrown together by a strange call from a woman they have never met. Jerry Shaw (LaBeouf) has just lost his twin brother and Rachel Holloman (Monaghan) is a single mom, so they suddenly find out they’re fitted up as terrorists, and are threatened into becoming members of a group aiming to assassinate a politician. They must stick together to find out what’s really happening and why they’re involved.
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It's official - 12/02/08! [Sep. 16th, 2008|01:26 pm]
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airolf
The X-Files: I Want to Believe is finally available for pre-order at amazon.

You can read my review here. Beware of spoilers.
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