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Posted on December 23, 2011 | 3 CommentsThe filmmakers of both Sherlock Holmes films, directed by Guy Ritchie, have re-imagined Holmes as a steampunk James Bond. Holmes is constantly chasing or being chased, using Bond gadgets and protecting or fighting Bond girl types. He travels to glamorous locales in between...
Posted on October 28, 2011 | 2 CommentsA heartwrenchingly beautiful urban fairytale, Air Doll seeks to answer what it is to be human. Hirokazu Kore-Eda directs the film adapted from the manga of the same title with sensitivity and precision. Reminiscent of Hollywood films such as Splash, Mannequin, Blade Runner, Real Life Doll...
Posted on October 24, 2011 | 9 CommentsLindsay Beaton: Oh, the title—Die Hard 2: Die Harder. Dumbest title ever. Steve Bogdaniec: Yes. Lindsay Beaton: For crying out loud. Steve Bogdaniec: F**k you, grammar! Hello again, everyone! Sorry that Sequel City has been MIA for a bit, but we’re back covering the first...
Posted on September 2, 2011 | No CommentsBut what do you think? Would you stick with Netflix for the convenience, even if it costs as much as pay cable? Or is the low price point Netflix' only selling point?
Posted on August 2, 2011 | 2 CommentsShould the movie come to be, the net result would be a movie based on a TV series about a fictional football team; in a fictional Texas town.
Posted on July 16, 2011 | No CommentsDirector: George Roy Hill / Writer: Nancy Dowd / Starring: Paul Newman, Michael Ontkean, and Strother Martin For this week I chose another one of those old movies that I actually did see when I had much younger eyes. I know I must’ve watched this movie when I was somewhere between the ages of,...
Posted on July 15, 2011 | 2 CommentsIn this edition of Sequel City, I will cover the eighth and supposedly last Harry Potter movie, which I saw at a midnight screening. That’s not the special part. What is special is that, for the first time, I am reviewing a sequel without having...
Posted on July 8, 2011 | 1 CommentDirector: Robert Benton / Writers: Avery Corman (novel), Robert Benton (screenplay) / Starring: Dustin Hoffman, Meryl Streep, and Jane Alexander In keeping with the serious tone of the previous installment of OM/YE, this week I decided to have a look at an old academy fave Kramer vs. Kramer. I’m as big a fan of Dustin Hoffman as...
Posted on July 4, 2011 | No CommentsAfter May and June, you’d think July would be filled to the brim with fantastic movie offerings. You’d be completely correct, though most of the thigns worth seeing are mostly at the end of the month. The 4th of July weekend is mostly being left...
Posted on June 30, 2011 | 2 CommentsDirector: Jason Eisener / Writers: John Davies, Jason Eisener (story) / Stars: Rutger Hauer, Molly Dunsworth, and Robb Wells From its humble beginnings as a fake trailer created for a SXSW movie trailer contest, Hobo with a Shotgun came out guns blazing as a cult classic...