Movies on the Brain: The Day After Tomorrow

WATCHED: 10/19/2004 I had reviewed the campaign for this one in my Movie Marketing Madness column at FilmThreat and now get to trash the actual…

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Movies on the Brain: Hidalgo

WATCHED: 8/5/2004 00:00 - Nice forest. I think I see Richard Dreyfuss and Audrey Hepburn discussing how to get rid of Brad Johnson in the…

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Pretty good movie. Interestingly, the most epic-feeling portions of it occurred in the smaller, more character driven moments. Crowe had a few scenes that actually…

Continue reading → MOTB – Master and Commander

I read the Michael Crichton book this is based on a few years ago and was pretty intrigued when I heard it was being made…

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There’s no way I wanted to see this. My wife said it was really good, and it does have Kirsten Dunst and Julia Stiles going…

Continue reading → MOTB – Mona Lisa Smile

I have to admit to liking Nicolas Cage as an actor. It may be un-cool now, but he still interests me. Plus when a director…

Continue reading → MOTB – Matchstick Men

This is one of those movies I wasn’t sure I wanted to see. It looked interesting enough, but there was never a full commitment to…

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Movies on the Brain: Runaway Jury

John Cusack is one of my favorite actors and he’s a big reason why I wanted to see this one. I’ve never seen a performance…

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Movies on the Brain: Once Upon A Time In Mexico

(Originally published on FilmThreat.com) I’ve really been looking forward to this one. I saw Desperado when it came out and thought it was just a…

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How do I feel about Colin Farrell? That depends on what day it is. On some days I think he’s a hack pretty-boy who deserves…

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