If you’ve seen over 117 movies, you have no life. Mark the ones you’ve seen. There are 190 movies on this list. Put your score in header and repost: (x) Rocky Horror Picture Show (x)Grease (x) Pirates of the Caribbean ( ) Boondock Saints ( ) The Mexican (x) Fight Club ( ) Starsky and… read more


March 24 2006

V For Vendetta

I hate to say it, but I’m not big on going out to the theater any more. It always seems more hassle than it’s worth. Ticket prices are climbing, snacks are over priced, if you have to go to the bathroom you can’t pause it and so on. Hollywood wonders why theater attendance is down,… read more

Every year I say I won’t watch, but yet, there I am every year, watching. The Academy Awards always bore me, but yet I can’t pull myself away. I know they really are bought by the movie studios, but they are still interesting. So, here are some random thoughts. The Host – The opening footage… read more

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February 25 2006

Two Greats In One Day

Celebrity deaths always seem to come in sets of three. Today we lost two greats in one cycle. Don Knotts passed away last night at the age of 81. He passed away from pulmonary and respiratory complications at the University of California, Los Angeles Medical Center. Knotts was best known as Barney Fife on The… read more



January 13 2006


Yes! Finally Rent has a release date on DVD! February 21st will see both a Widescreen and a Fullscreen versions released. Although, I will never understand why anyone wants Fullscreen, but that may just be me. If you didn’t get to check out this movie in the theaters, and judging by it’s $29,077,547 gross, you… read more

Not everyone knows that there is a division of the Library of Congress known as the National Film Preservation Board. Their job is to each ear add films to the national film registery that are important films for various reasons. They then keep these films in the best condition possible for future generations. You can… read more


December 30 2005

No no no no no no!

It seems Steven Speilberg is considering remaking Mary Poppins. NO! No no no no no no! There are some movies that are 100% perfect the first time. You (meaning any filmmaker) have nothing to add to it! Leave it alone! Would you remake Gone with the Wind? No! Would you remake Citizen Kane? No! Would… read more

It was one of those odd weekends where things were just…well…odd. 1. I am performing a wedding on June 25th…long story. I am ordained though by the Universal Life Church, so it’s legal. 2. Saturday night was just full of everyone getting weird phone calls. Friends and I compared notes and then realized that, yes,… read more


December 14 2005

Christmas Movies

With time running out, it’s time to discuss my recommendations for the traditional Christmas movies I always watch. A Christmas Carol – Patrick Stewart is a classically trained actor and he brings a powerful tone to the role of Scrooge. A fantastic version of this classic tale of Christmas spirit. A Christmas Story – Set… read more

December 13th brings us the Frank Miller’s Sin City (Recut, Extended, Unrated), meaning more ultimate black & white craziness. This movie rocked, and I have been dying for this extended version. December 20th is the release of Serenity, the big screen follow-up to the short-lived Fox Television series, Firefly. (What is it with Fox and… read more


November 29 2005


pre·tentious·ness (from 1. Claiming or demanding a position of distinction or merit, especially when unjustified. 2. Making or marked by an extravagant outward show; ostentatious. See Synonyms at showy. So I have been to the movies twice in the past week, once for Harry Potter and he Goblet of Fire and the second time… read more

I am now the proud owner of a….. OH YEAH! Who’s the man? For those of you who have no clue why this is so ultimely awesome, you must see the movie Office Space…oh yes, YOU MUST! “And I said, I don’t care if they lay me off either, because I told, I told Bill… read more