If you haven’t seen Star Wars Episode III:Revenge of the Sith, spoilers follow: This is not so much a review, as a nitpick session. 1. Why did Padme name the twins Luke and Leia? Did the names mean something to her? She didn’t know she was having twins (in that advanced of a society?), so… read more

Last night, George Lucas screened Star Wars Episode III:Revenge of the Sith for the press out at his Skywalker Ranch. According to this article, this movie is “not for kids”….why are people surprised by this? The last 5 films have had “kid friendly” elements, but come on folks, this is a series of movies about… read more

The first trailer for Serenity just hit the web. If you are not familiar with it, it is a film sequel to the TV series Firefly. If you aren’t familiar with Firefly, buy the DVD set NOW! Only 10 of the 13 episodes aired, but all of them are on this DVD set. If you… read more

Cinematical The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the monster that Jack Valenti built to enforce his letter-coded rating system, has demanded that writers of online fan fiction discontinue the use of said rating system to classify their work. Well it appears that the AMPAS has a lot of time on their hands, or… read more

I have been trying to catch up on some DVD watching lately….why does Hollywood hate us? Do they really think we are not worthy of their time and effort?… read more

I am *SO* stoked Rent is finally being made into a movie! Even better, they got the majority of the original Broadway cast to come back for it! I was lucky enough to see it in early 1997 when the original cast was still performing. I have lost count of how many times I have… read more

Moviefone: ‘Sin City’ Movie Exclusives A new Sin City trailer…my keyboard is now covered in drool. I *hate* getting this hyped for a movie, but *fans himself* I so have to see this!… read more


February 17 2005


SIN CITY *drool* *slobber* must see… read more

Star Wars: Site Info | Survey Give your feedback on what you want to see the official Star Wars website do in the post Ep III times.… read more


December 21 2004


I don’t normally get THAT excited about movie trailers, but I have watched this one *eight* times already, and I am about to watch it again! I am *SO* ready to see this movie!… read more

1952’s High Noon is considered by many to be the first “adult” Western. A Western that finally addressed bigger subjects than simple good vs. evil, white vs. black. Marshal Will Kane (Gary Cooper) has just married a Quaker named Amy (Fowler) Kane (Grace Kelly) and is giving up his post as Marshall in Hadleyville to… read more

Figured I might as well post my occasional movie reviews I write for the heck of it 1967’s Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner probably raised more than a few eyebrows at the time of it’s release. Sadly though, if you can not put yourself in the mindset of that time, the potential emotional impact of… read more