Movies Review

Review: I Know Where I’m Going

The Movie: The Criterion Collection presents classic films both new and old, often restored or containing a wealth of extra features. Their latest adventure into the classics is “I Know Where I’m Going”, a simply plotted film that still manages to engage the audience through spirited, lovely performances and witty Read more…

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Wall Street

The Movie: “Wall Street” still stands as one of the most popular movies of the 1980’s, with its focus on “Greed Is Good” and the fine performances from Charlie Sheen and Michael Douglas. Sheen stars as Bud Fox, a young stockbroker who has dreams of being bigger and wealthier than Read more…

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The Long Run

The Movie: “The Long Run” is a small, low-key story that’s well-told and well-acted; while not flawless, it’s a refreshing piece. The film stars Armin Mueller-Stahl (“Shine”) as Bertold Bohmer, a German who lives Pretoria, South Africa and trains runners for a very tough marathon that takes place every year. Read more…

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Confidence

The Movie: An electric con artist caper that was completely overlooked at the box office (despite well-done trailers and posters), “Confidence” isn’t anything groundbreaking in the genre, but it’s still an intelligent picture that’s a lot better than most of what’s in theaters today. The latest from “Glengarry Glen Ross” Read more…

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Mulholland Drive

The Movie: (Review by Mark McLeod, 4/6/02) Like a roller coaster the year 2001 was full of ups and downs for myself as a person. At the beginning of the year I was working as a software developer and slaving away at a desk doing the Monday to Friday grind. Read more…

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The Matrix

In Short: Prepare to be amazed. The film: A few years back the Wachowski Brothers made their debut with “Bound”. I must admit, I stumbled into the theater not knowing what to expect from the film and walked out simply floored; “Bound” was, and still is, one of those films Read more…

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Genie Gets Her Wish

The film: BMG Music first impressed me with the DVD release ofTime Out With Britney Spears, a feature-packed DVD of what I considered to be high quality. “Genie Gets Her Wish” is about the same presentation – the biggest piece is a lengthy documentary about the history of the singer, Read more…