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Archive for the 'Movie Reviews' Category

The Only Star Wars Prequel Movie Reviews You’ll Ever Need

by @ Wednesday, April 7th, 2010. Filed under Humor, Movie Reviews, Movies

Red Letter Media has put out what are both the most accurate, and the funniest, reviews of The Phantom Menace and Attack of The Clones you’ll ever see. They’re both multipart videos that run well over an hour but definitely worth it. Warning, though, the review is probably not safe for work due to lots […]

Are “Dumb Americans” Ruining The Movies ?

by @ Wednesday, August 19th, 2009. Filed under Movie Reviews, Movies

Roger Ebert suggests that the answer is yes: While the success of the film continues to grow as it steadily increases its number of theaters, the majority of younger filmgoers are missing this boat. Why is that? They don’t care about reviews, perhaps. They also resist a choice that is not in step with their […]

The Simpsons Movie: A Review

by @ Sunday, July 29th, 2007. Filed under Movie Reviews, Movies, The Simpsons

Kellie and I went to see The Simpsons Movie yesterday morning up in Tysons Corner. Now, to be fair, I am far an away a bigger Simpsons than my wife, but she came along anyway and we both enjoyed it. To be honest, I don’t think I’ve laughed quite as much for that long in […]

A One Minute, Four Movie Review

by @ Sunday, June 10th, 2007. Filed under Movie Reviews, Movies

Kellie and I rented four movies this weekend, and they can all be summed up in one sentence each: Because I Said So: Diane Keaton plays the same character she played in Something’s Gotta Give and The Family Stone. Only this time with a different, much less entertaining cast and script. Skip it Catch And […]

Five Second Movie Review

by @ Sunday, March 18th, 2007. Filed under Movie Reviews, Movies

Yesterday, Kellie and I saw Wild Hogs. It was, we both agreed, laugh-out-loud-funny and well worth the cost? of the ticket. Check it out when you have time.

Weekend Movie Reviews Part Three

by @ Monday, January 1st, 2007. Filed under Movie Reviews, Movies

Yesterday, Kellie and I went to see We Are Marshall, which tells the story of the aftermath of the November, 1970 plane crash that killed the Marshall University football team, it’s coaches, and many fans. I had been interested in seeing this movie since I saw the first trailer several months ago. It seemed like […]

Weekend Movie Reviews Part Two

by @ Saturday, December 30th, 2006. Filed under Movie Reviews, Movies

On the way home from running errands tonight, we picked up Little Miss Sunshine Chock this rental up as yet another movie I just don’t get. It was billed as a comedy but wasn’t very funny. And, at most moments, was really quite bizarre. If you’re walking down the video aisle this weekend, take my […]

Weekend Movie Reviews Part One

by @ Saturday, December 30th, 2006. Filed under Movie Reviews, Movies

Kellie and I took in a very early matin?e showing of Rocky Balboa, the sixth and final installment of a saga that began more than twenty years ago. I’m not ashamed to say it. I loved this movie. Not only it is reminiscent of everything that was great about Rocky and Rocky II, it was […]

Casino Royale: A Movie Review

by @ Sunday, December 10th, 2006. Filed under Movie Reviews, Movies

Kellie and I went to a late afternoon showing of the new James Bond movie, Casino Royale, yesterday. While I’m not a James Bond fantic, I am a fan of the series so I was curious to see how Daniel Craig would do in his first shot at a role made famous by Sean Connery […]

A Summer Evening With An Old Friend

by @ Thursday, August 3rd, 2006. Filed under Godfather Saga, Movie Reviews, Movies

As I’ve related several times this week, it’s really, really hot here in Northern Virginia. Yesterday was the worst day of the week so far, and today looks like it will even top that. Since neither one of us had a desire to do much of anything else, Kellie and I decided to stay in […]

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