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Old September 23 2013, 05:14 PM   #496
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"Salvation lies within", hands him the Bible, that scene?

It's hands down one of the top 10 dramas of the past 20+ years.
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Old September 24 2013, 05:29 AM   #497
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"Salvation lies within", hands him the Bible, that scene?
That's the big one (in the same scene, the moment where the warden looks at the poster and says he doesn't approve of it).
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Old September 25 2013, 02:55 AM   #498
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1) This Is 40 - C+
2) Easy A - A-
3) The Bounty Hunter - B+
4) Crazy, Stupid, Love. - B-

5) What To Expect When You're Expecting - B+
6) Contagion - C

7) Identity Thief - A
8) We Bought A Zoo - A-

9) The Ides of March - B+
10) Top Gun - C+
11) It Could Happen To You - B+
12) Extremely Loud And Incredibly Close - A+
13) Mirror, Mirror - A
14) Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World - A
15) Inglorious Basterds - B+
16) Independence Day - B+
17) Star Trek – Into Darkness - B+

18) Kick-Ass - B
19) The Heat - B-
20) Monsters Inc. - B+
21) White House Down - B+
22) Saving Private Ryan - A

23) Air Force One - A-
24) MASH - B+

25) Airplane! - B+
26) The Island - B
27) Love, Actually - A-
28) Kickass 2 - C+
29) 28 Days - C
30) Mamma Mia - B+
31) I Do (And I Don't) - F
32) Admission - D-

The only reason it didn't get an F was because of one line: "This isn't what it looked like on the internet!"

Tina Fey isn't funny. Paul Rudd can't carry a movie and he needs to try something else than the stupid, happy-go-lucky guy. Do something dramatic and maybe I will take you seriously as an artist.
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Old September 25 2013, 04:22 AM   #499
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I seriously don't understand how Paul Rudd keeps getting parts in movies.
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Old September 25 2013, 05:39 AM   #500
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I like Paul Rudd. He's very funny.

Got Shawshank on Blu-ray last year. I should watch it again soon.


150. Europa Report (✩✩✩½) - Download - A documentary style scifi movie about man's first mission to Europa, one of Jupiter's moons (they skipped Mars apparently), and things don't go as expected. Sharlto Copeley is part of the ensemble cast. It's tense because you really feel the danger involved in a manned mission such as this. I wouldn't call it a spectacular film, but if you're a scifi fan it's worth checking out.

151. Earth's Final Hours (✩) - Download - A chunk of white hole strikes the Earth, causing it to stop rotating and the magnetic field to collapse, and it's up to Robert Knepper, Stargate Universe's Julia Benson and Bruce Davison to set things right. It's an awful, awful movie, but it brought up some fascinating speculation about what mankind would have to do if the planet stopped rotating. It talked about a man living in a strip where night meets day called the "green zone". I think this movie was an attempt to capitalize on Robert Knepper's rising fame back in 2011 but the best part was seeing more of Juila Benson.

152. Marooned (✩✩) - Download - A 1969 film about astronauts who are trapped in orbit and can't get down. Boring movie. I even dozed off at one point and didn't bother to see what I missed because I knew I didn't miss anything. Stars Gregory Peck, Richard Crenna and Gene Hackman. Star Trek's Mariette Hartley who played Zarabeth is also in it. Sounds like it's similar to Gravity which comes out next week. That looks good though.

153. Star Trek: Of Gods and Men (✩✩✩) - Download - Typical fan film with poor effects and bad bad pacing, but the story had it's moments and seeing some professional work from real actors elevated it a it. I also liked that we got to see a lot of Trek alum together.

154. The Place Beyond the Pines (✩✩✩½) - Download - This movie had three acts that made it seem like three movies in one. It was a nice piece about a bank robber, a police officer and their kids. I'd say more but I don't want to ruin things. Stars Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper, Eva Mendez, Rose Byrne, Bruce Greenwood and Ray Liotta. I wondered why Gosling and Cooper's names appeared together in the opening credits, then I found out why as the movie progressed.

Theatre: 23
Blu-ray: 10
DVD: 21
Netflix: 5
Live TV: 17
Download: 75
YouTube: 3
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Old September 26 2013, 05:14 AM   #501
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155. Don Jon (✩✩✩✩) - Screening - I got a free pass to this movie last week at the comic shop. It was written by, directed by and stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and includes Scarlett Johansson, Julianne Moore and Tony Danza among the cast. It's about a guy who's love of porn is ruining the experience of sex with real women. The exploration of real sex vs the fantasy of porn was done quite well. It was both seen and described by Levitt's character in explicit yet humorous detail. Levitt really put himself out there with both his character's private time with porn as well as with some steamy and graphic sex scenes with some rather attractive ladies. He's certainly not afraid to embarrass himself for his art. I liked his directorial debut. He did well at hitting the right beats to get the right response from the audience like a good comedian does. Glad I saw it with a packed house so that I could see the timely and positive reactions. The performances were top notch (the cast played some pretty good Jersey Shore guido types) but as far as the writing, I was afraid that Levitt wouldn't be able to wrap things up properly and sure enough, he didn't. At least that's how I felt. He made the point he was trying to make, but it still felt like he had a great idea but didn't quite know how to finish it. Still, it's a great movie and I highly recommend it. One of the surprising things about the film is that it fits with the times. It doesn't demonize casual sex despite trying to tackle the porn issue.

Theatre: 23
Blu-ray: 10
DVD: 21
Netflix: 5
Live TV: 17
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YouTube: 3
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Old September 28 2013, 02:29 PM   #502
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1) This Is 40 - C+
2) Easy A - A-
3) The Bounty Hunter - B+
4) Crazy, Stupid, Love. - B-

5) What To Expect When You're Expecting - B+
6) Contagion - C

7) Identity Thief - A
8) We Bought A Zoo - A-

9) The Ides of March - B+
10) Top Gun - C+
11) It Could Happen To You - B+
12) Extremely Loud And Incredibly Close - A+
13) Mirror, Mirror - A
14) Seeking A Friend For The End Of The World - A
15) Inglorious Basterds - B+
16) Independence Day - B+
17) Star Trek – Into Darkness - B+

18) Kick-Ass - B
19) The Heat - B-
20) Monsters Inc. - B+
21) White House Down - B+
22) Saving Private Ryan - A

23) Air Force One - A-
24) MASH - B+

25) Airplane! - B+
26) The Island - B
27) Love, Actually - A-
28) Kickass 2 - C+
29) 28 Days - C
30) Mamma Mia - B+
31) I Do (And I Don't) - F
32) Admission - D-
33) The Upside Of Anger - D-

Was I missing something here? Imdb is rating it at 6.9/10 and I've seen a lot of positive reviews. But this was boring as paste.

Joan Allen's character automatically thinks her husband has run off to Sweden? Could you bother to look for him? She spends the whole movie being spiteful and never checks if her husband was actually disloyal. Is this supposed to be story line because I didn't find it entertaining one bit.

The only scene saving this from an F is when Kevin Costner's emasculated male lead takes two kicks to bust a door off its hinges and then stands there looking like he's going to pass out. I was howling in laughter.
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Old September 28 2013, 10:16 PM   #503
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Much Ado About Nothing - On Demand - I have been waiting with much anticipation to see this since first learning of this secret project of Josh Whedon's. First, I'm a huge Much Ado About Nothing fan. It is my favorite of all of Shakespeare's works. I own almost all the different versions of this, I'm missing a few but will eventually, hopefully add them to my collection. The movie never played near me to see in the theater, because thats where I would have preferred to see it.

I really enjoyed this updated version, shot with a shoe string budget, with only 12 days to film. A lot of usual Whedon folks grace this film, making it very relatable from the start. Overall the acting is superb, with some real interesting takes on the characters. This movie is why as a whole I really like remakes. They take something familiar, add their own take on it and you have a wholly new and interesting version of something you are intimately familiar with. For me most of the choices really work, the house while being large really makes it intimate. Showing it in black and white, how certain scenes are framed and shot. I also loved the updated version of Sigh No More by Maurissa Tancharoen. After watching the movie, I immediately downloaded the sound track from iTunes. I also liked a lot the switching of Conrad to being a woman. Made the relationship between Don John and Conrad a lot more interesting. There are also some problems with the movie, most notably some performances are lacking. I imagine with the 12 days film shoot, they had a limited amount of takes. Also I disliked the actor who played Claudio, I think if they switched him with the actor who played Borachio things may have been a little better, maybe. The one aspect that I actually didn't like at all was the overt comedy when Benedict and Beatrice where they were "overhearing" how the other loved them. It really pulled me out the movie, like being hit by a train. However they got me back in a big way with the scene where Beatrice asks Benedict to kill Claudio over what happen. That was without a doubt the finest part of the movie. Well acted by Amy Acker and Alexis Denisof.

While I would still say that Kenneth Branagh Much Ado is still my favorite version, I can definitely see myself opting for this on those days when I want to watch it again.
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Old September 28 2013, 11:55 PM   #504
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67. The Spectacular Now (A)

One of the biggest successes at this year's Sundance festival, arriving in Kingston shortly after fellow Sundance success Fruitvale Station. The story starts out as being, basically a teen romance, but in the last thirty minutes or so becomes much heavier (some of the kernels of this are obvious in the lead-up; but there's a particular moment that was so unexpected that it produced audible surprise in the theatre I saw it in). The film's ending diverges from the novel's somewhat, and I've seen people interpreting it as a straight happy ending, but I don't agree -- the author has remarked that the adapters have considerable fondness for The Graduate, and I think watching the expressions play across Shailene Woodley's face convey considerable ambiguity. Woodley and costar Miles Teller are both terrific in the lead roles.

This was one of Roger Ebert's last new film reviews, and I think it was his last four-star review, which would be a nice bit of history.

Cinema: 25 (+1)
Home Video: 38
Computer: 4
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Old September 30 2013, 05:51 AM   #505
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Spy Kids: All the Time in the World- Showtime on Demand
Arthur Christmas - Showtime on Demand
Gideon's Army - HBO on Demand
Home on the Range - Starz on Demand
The Darkest Hour - Showtime on Demand
Think Like a Man - DVD
The Vow - DVD
Puppetmaster - DVD
Apollo 18 - Showtime on Demand
Flipper (1996) - Encore on Demand
Horrible Bosses - HBO on Demand
Legal Eagles - HBO
A Sound of Thunder - HBO
The Land That Time Forgot - TCM on Demand
Bob Saget: That's What I'm Talking About- Showtime on Demand
The Descendants - HBO on Demand
He Said, She Said - Epix on Demand
Phunny Business - Showtime on Demand
Brother Bear - Epix on Demand
The Parent Trap (1998) - HBO
Nine Innings from Ground Zero - HBO on Demand
J. Edgar - Cinemax on Demand
Hyde Park on Hudson - HBO
A Thousand Words - HBO
War Horse - Showtime on Demand
Chimpanzee - Starz on Demand
Phil Spector - HBO on Demand
Muppet Treasure Island - HBO
Highlander: Endgame - Encore
The Haunted Mansion - Encore on Demand
Harold & Kumar go to White Castle - Starz
Game Change - HBO
What's Your Number? - HBO
Bob Saget: That Ain't Right - HBO
Patton Oswalt: Finest Hour - Showtime
A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas 2D - Cinemax on Demand
Firestarter - Encore
The Sugarland Express - Cinemax
Pillow Talk- Encore
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus - Encore
XXX: State of the Union - Starz
Gozilla vs King Ghidorah (1991) - Encore
Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla (1993) - Encore
Jaws 2 - Cinemax
We Bought a Zoo - Encore
Louis C.K.: Oh My God - HBO
Ultimate Wolverine vs Hulk - DVD
Stand Up Guys - Epix on Demand
Pupper Master 2 - DVD
Free Willy - Starz
George Lopez: Tall, Dark & Chicano - HBO on Demand
The Emperor's New Groove - Netflix Instant
Rush (2013) - matinee

Picked up UWvsH for ten bucks at a Wal-Mart last week. I thought it was alright, not great. The animated comic is split into six parts, since it was a six issue comic series. I watched 'em all in row, so it counts.

SUG was alright...not the best work from Pacino, Arkin or Walken, but good enough to be entertainin'. And Walken was especially toned down, so it was a nice surprise.

PM2 sucked out loud, even worse than the first.

FW was a cute movie for the kids to watch. DVR'ed the first two sequels, too, but didn't have time to watch 'em this past week.

The George Lopez special was one that originally broadcast live from San Antonio, Texas. It got a bit preachy there towards the end of the hour & a half, but still worth watchin'.

Got back out to my sister's last night, and she has Netflix, but not cable...or even network television.

Watched TENG last night, between episodes of Burn Notice. I didn't care too much for it, thought it was too self aware and broke the fourth wall way too much. The nephews were watchin' the sequel for it this mornin', but we didn't finish it.

Took the nephews over to Lufkin this afternoon. They went to see The Wolverine 3D while I went to see Rush. I guess I would have figured the movie would be better if I gave a damn about racin'....I did like Chris Hemsworth, though. I don't think he's done a bad movie yet.

Back to watchin' Burn Notice right now, may watch a movie or two before I call it a night tonight, though.
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Spy Kids: All the Time in the World- Showtime on Demand
Arthur Christmas - Showtime on Demand
Gideon's Army - HBO on Demand
Home on the Range - Starz on Demand
The Darkest Hour - Showtime on Demand
Think Like a Man - DVD
The Vow - DVD
Puppetmaster - DVD
Apollo 18 - Showtime on Demand
Flipper (1996) - Encore on Demand
Horrible Bosses - HBO on Demand
Legal Eagles - HBO
A Sound of Thunder - HBO
The Land That Time Forgot - TCM on Demand
Bob Saget: That's What I'm Talking About- Showtime on Demand
The Descendants - HBO on Demand
He Said, She Said - Epix on Demand
Phunny Business - Showtime on Demand
Brother Bear - Epix on Demand
The Parent Trap (1998) - HBO
Nine Innings from Ground Zero - HBO on Demand
J. Edgar - Cinemax on Demand
Hyde Park on Hudson - HBO
A Thousand Words - HBO
War Horse - Showtime on Demand
Chimpanzee - Starz on Demand
Phil Spector - HBO on Demand
Muppet Treasure Island - HBO
Highlander: Endgame - Encore
The Haunted Mansion - Encore on Demand
Harold & Kumar go to White Castle - Starz
Game Change - HBO
What's Your Number? - HBO
Bob Saget: That Ain't Right - HBO
Patton Oswalt: Finest Hour - Showtime
A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas 2D - Cinemax on Demand
Firestarter - Encore
The Sugarland Express - Cinemax
Pillow Talk- Encore
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus - Encore
XXX: State of the Union - Starz
Gozilla vs King Ghidorah (1991) - Encore
Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla (1993) - Encore
Jaws 2 - Cinemax
We Bought a Zoo - Encore
Louis C.K.: Oh My God - HBO
Ultimate Wolverine vs Hulk - DVD
Stand Up Guys - Epix on Demand
Pupper Master 2 - DVD
Free Willy - Starz
George Lopez: Tall, Dark & Chicano - HBO on Demand
The Emperor's New Groove - Netflix Instant
Rush (2013) - matinee
Parker - Netflix Instant
Same Time, Next Year - Netflix Instant
Highlander: The Final Dimension - Netflix Instant
That Guy...Who Was in That Thing - Netflix Instant
Kathleen Madigan: Madigan Again - Netflix Instant
The Seven Year Itch - Netflix Instant
How to Marry a Millionaire - Netflix Instant

I started to watch Parker Sunday night, fell asleep durin' it. Had to start again Monday mornin', and it felt like the movie took forever to get goin'. Probably one of the weakest action movie Jason Statham has made.

I have seen STNY in bits & pieces, but for the first time start to finish Monday afternoon. I still like it, 'cause of Alan Alda.

And Monday night, I watched the third Highlander film. Didn't much care for it...the first one is still the best of the three I've seen.

The first movie I've seen in the month of October was the documentary TGWWITT. Pretty interestin' look at male character actors, full of familiar faces. I'd be interested to see a similar documentary for actresses.

Followed that with a standup performance from Kathleen Madigan, filmed in Detroit, Michigan.

And the 350th "new to me" movie of the year is only the second Marilyn Monroe I've ever watched, The Seven Year Itch. I didn't much care for it. Of course, she looked beautiful, but her ditzy blonde routine was just too much to make it enjoyable. I liked Some Like It Hot a lot more.

Watchin' How to Marry a Millionaire now...inadvertent Monroe Marathon!
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79. Percy Jackson: Lightning Thief: B
80. The World's End: C+
81. The Other Woman: B
82. The Other Guys: B-
83. The Sorcerer's Apprentice: C+

The live action homage to Fantasia starring Nicolas Cage, Alfred Molina, Jay Baruchel and Teresa Palmer with minor roles by Monica Bellucci and Alice Krige.

My biggest problem was seeing Baruchel in the hero role. He just never sold me. I found Cage as Balthazar to be quite 'tame' and serviceable actually. Alfred Molina as the bad guy owned his scenes. The plot had to do with Molina's evil Horvath trying to release Krige's Morgan LeFey who Merlin had trapped into some Russian stacking dolls. Each layer of doll was an evil magician. Bellucci's character and a fellow Merlin apprentice sacrificed herself by merging with Krige. The movie frankly would've benefited by more Bellucci and Krige actually.

Glad I saw it and the dancing mop/brooms sequence was well done. Still, once you see it it's largely forgettable but not nearly the train wreck I was expecting. I seem to recall it getting scathing reports at the time.
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156. World Without End (✩✩✩✩) - Live TV - Four astronauts end up back on Earth in the 26th century only to find most of man wiped out. Very similar to The Time Machine. Comments here.

157. The Omega Man (✩✩✩) - Live TV - Not the best take on I Am Legend. Comments here.

158. People Like Us (✩✩✩½) - Download - A contrived plot but Chris Pine and Elizabeth Banks were pretty good in their roles.

159. Scarface (✩✩✩) - Download - I wanted to wait until after Breaking Bad was over to see this. It wasn't worth the hype but Al Pacino was pretty good.

160. What to Expect When You're Expecting (✩✩) - Download - Stupid ensemble movie about pregant characters expecting children. If you want kids, you won't after seeing this. Or maybe you'll just forget about this bad movie and want them anyway. Chris Rock and Anna Kendrick stood out but that's about it.

161. Goats (✩✩✩✩) - Download - A coming of age movie about a kid who went away to private school. It's not as dull as it sounds. It has a colorful cast of characters that includes Vera Farmiga as the kid's hippy new age mom and David Duchovny as the bearded pot-smoking out-of work goat trekker who's been living with them for decades. Duchovny's oddball character really makes the movie. It's why it's called Goats.

162. Gravity (✩✩✩✩) - Theatre - Visually stunning and Sandra Bullock really delivered. My poin by point review is here.

Theatre: 24
Blu-ray: 10
DVD: 21
Netflix: 5
Live TV: 19
Download: 78
YouTube: 3
Screening: 1
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September Rundown (14 Movies)

5 Stars
None

4½ Stars
None

4 Stars
Don Jon - Screening
Riddick - Theatre
World Without End - Live TV

3½ Stars
Europa Report - Download
People Like Us - Download
The Place Beyond the Pines - Download

3 Stars
I Give It a Year - Download
Scarface - Download
Star Trek: Of Gods and Men - Download
The Chronicles of Riddick: Dark Fury - Download
The Omega Man - Live TV

2½ Stars
None

2 Stars
Marooned - Download
The Bling Ring - Download

1½ Stars
None

1 Star
Earth's Final Hours - Download

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None

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