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LOTR: Fan Film Short of The Hobbit – An Unexpected Parody

I think Peter Jackson should have opened The Hobbit with this fan-film feature. It’s that cute. Even if you don’t like drinking shots, you’ll find this short amusing. I can see this (in my personal head cannon) as what actually happened that fateful night at Bag End, and why Bilbo joined the Dwarves’ expedition to […]

Movie Review – A Wrinkle in Time

I’m trying to figure out how to make A Wrinkle in Time make any sense. I love fantasy and science fiction, and am very forgiving of stories in these genres. From the trailer, I figured this would be a really pretty excursion into time travel, with kids discovering their powers in a whimsical land. The […]

Movie Rewatch Review — Titanic

Is there any movie more touching and exciting than Titanic? And the first time you watch it, it’s completely unexpected. I didn’t even want to see this in the theater, and resisted for months. Fool that I am, I figured, “Yeah, it sinks. I know what happens. Why see it? I was never so glad […]

Movie Review – A Dog’s Purpose – A Brutal Experience in Non-Stop Crying

This was a hard movie to rate, because I feel so angry at the producers for even making this emotionally manipulative sob fest. Nobody should see this. The target audience: people who love dogs beyond measure, AND don’t mind crying almost nonstop for an entire film. I can’t even begin to describe how painful this […]

Rush

Movie Review – Rush

Ron Howard is the master of recreating history into an entertaining movie. He did it best with Apollo 13 — yes, that’s a true story for those who didn’t already know — but Rush is nearly as good. I’m a bigger space exploration fan than a racing fan. Either way, Rush is a compelling story […]

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Movie Review – Jobs

I went into this movie not knowing anything about Steve Jobs except that he had something to do with Apple. This really isn’t my kind of movie. It made me super sad. I had no idea he was such a mental case. Ashton Kutcher did a great job. I was expecting Weldon from Two and […]

Movie Review – The Butler

I see about 70 movies per year and rarely do I see the audience stand up and applaud at the end of a movie. The Butler was worthy of the applause. Forrest Whitaker as Cecil Gaines was as good – or even better – than he was in The Last King Of Scotland. Oprah Winfrey […]

Movie Review – 42

42 is a two hour history lesson that should be watched by every American, especially children. In my humble opinion, Jackie Robinson did more to break the racial barrier than any civil rights leader, and he did it without bloodshed. Chadwick Boseman does an excellent job of capturing Robinson’s style both on and off the […]

Movie Review – Chasing Mavericks

This was a cute movie. I loved the acting. I thought each and every character did a great job. My only complaint is for it being a little bit longer than the average movie — the back story on most of the characters was not very well told. I had a lot of moments wondering […]

Movie Review – The Blind Side

The Blind Side is without question the best role I’ve seen Sandra Bullock perform, and she was certainly up to the task. Most of the roles I have seen her in are of the quirky woman variety – Miss Congeniality, All About Steve, Speed, etc. – or the woman in love character: see every other […]

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