Movies Review

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…

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Bowling For Columbine

The Movie: Michael Moore’s “Bowling For Columbine” is one of the most controversial films of the past several years; there was controversy upon release (some wondered if the film would be released) and then the controversy returned once again when Moore made an Oscar speech against the current state of Read more…

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Bob Le Flambeur

The Movie: Jean-Pierre Melville’s largely influential 1956 film noir “Bob Le Flambeur” stars Roger Duchesne as Bob, a gambler who claims to have a criminal past, but who has recently gone clean. But, as with most noir or heist film anti-heroes, there’s always one last gig up his sleeve. Unfortunately Read more…

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The Matrix: Revisited

The Movie: In early 1999, “The Matrix” amazed and thrilled audiences with its remarkable special effects, interesting story and fascinating visuals. Much really hadn’t been said or heard about the film early in production, then more and more details and images from the production came out and the excitement built. Read more…

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Diabolique(1996)

The Movie: Although some viewed it as a dissapointment, I found director Jeremiah Chechik’s update of “Diabolique” to be a tense, suspenseful and very entertaining effort. It doesn’t stand up to the original, but viewed on its own, the film has some thrilling moments and good performances from the three Read more…