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there will be send ups
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Mar 11, 2008

 Its been a long time since I have seen a movie so ready for the Scary Movie type spoof, The work is already done for them and I can almost see the hand puppet Saber toothless tiger scene when ...
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Talk about room service
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Jun 25, 2007

This is a very scary adaptation of a Stephen King book and while not in anyway original still worth the effort.

John Cusack has played this character before but to a lesser degree of terror. ...
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Ben Campbell (Jim Sturgess) is a math whiz studying at MIT who gets recruited into a shadowy group of equally talented nerds led by a former professor (Kevin Spacey). With their amazing ability to keep track of numbers, the group heads out to Las Vegas to take part in an elaborate blackjack-card-counting scheme that can potentially win them millions from the casios. Loosely based on the bestselling nonfiction book Bringing Down the House.
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7+7=8=22 almost worth it
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Mar 28, 2008

Kevin Spacey hams it up which is appropriate for this is a lame ham fisted caper movie. And thats what it really is, just another caper movie that happens to be based, loosely, on real events. It has ...
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A Good Year
London-based investment banker Max Skinner (Russell Crowe) plans to sell a small vineyard he inherits from his uncle. But Max encounters a beautiful California woman who also lays claim to the property, and he begins to consider whether or not he can really sell the place.
too mellow, short shelf life, sour grapes and smells off, wont improve with age
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Written: Nov 14, 2006

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Alpha Dog
A drug dealer (Justin Timberlake) and his best friend (Emile Hirsch) party in Los Angeles on the road to becoming two of the country's most wanted criminals.
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Reservoir Dogs wanna be but just a bad dog instead
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Jan 15, 2007

The ongoing criminal and eventual civil lawsuits of the real life events this movie is supposed to be based on should have prevented this dog from being made.

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Angels & Demons
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Angels 1 Demons 0 ( I saw it during the playoffs:)
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Jun 13, 2009
This is still a far fetched thrill ride. It is also a great travel guide to Rome and I am sure the devoted Dan Brown followers will take in all the major locations from the movie in their homage tour. ...
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Apocalypto
Mel Gibson's historical epic follows the decline of the Mayan civilization 600 years ago, just before Spanish invaders conquered Central America. The story revolves around one man who fights to save his culture from the outsiders.
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No Jews were insulted during this movie
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Dec 9, 2006

This movie is a very intense beautifully shot scenic travelogue of an ancient civilization, but it is also a gut churning visual slaughterhouse of a movie about a com passionless people with ...
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How much can a Koala Bear?
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Dec 8, 2008
I kept thinking that Sam Neil would pop up from behind a eucalyptus tree. This is an epic movie beautifully shot with ridiculous political undertones. To receive funding from the Australian federal government ...
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dances with smurfs
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Feb 9, 2010
You could take some LSD, watch dances with wolves followed the Smurf movie and feel that you had seen this. The movie is three dimensional but the characters are only two. It was written for the same ...
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Beowulf
Based on the legendary epic poem, the great warrior Beowulf (Ray Winstone) must destroy the evil creature Grendel (Crispin Glover) who is terrorizing the Scandinavian countryside. And if that isn't difficult enough, Beowulf must also kill the monster's mommy (Angelina Jolie).
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Epic poem with epic budget turned into Shreckwulf
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Nov 24, 2007

The re-telling of this epic poem that is over 1,000 years old and 3183 lines long deserved better than this abbreviated animation with its wholesale artistic license.

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Black Swan
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The ' Rocky' of Ballet movies
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Dec 4, 2010
This has to be one of the top ten ballet movies ever made ( how hard is that?) I am writing this review for the poor guys who will be dragged to this sobfest by their girlfriends/wives because they owe ...
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Blades of Glory
Will Ferrell and Jon Heder play two disgraced Olympic ice skaters who were banned from the sport because of drug usage but have found a way to sneak back into the competition.
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Ice Thin Plot, Blunt Blades
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Mar 31, 2007
 This is a good Saturday Night Live sketch stretched ice thin. The plot ( if you can call it that ) is that Will Farrells and Jon Heders characters,Chazz Michael and Jimmy MacElroy, get banned for ...
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Blood Diamond
In civil war–torn 1990s Sierra Leone, Danny Archer (Leonardo DiCaprio), a South African mercenary, and Solomon Vandy (Djimon Hounsou), a Mende fisherman, pursue a missing diamond of inestimable value that could, if found, change the courses of both of their lives.
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I can just see the Hollywood elites throwing their diamonds out with their furs
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Dec 9, 2006

I want to write a nice detailed review but the movie was too long and i do not have the time. So to summarize:

This is not romancing the stone.

De Caprio is a gem in this movie ...
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Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan
Kazakh reporter Borat (Sacha Baron Cohen) travels to the United States in hopes of bringing back important knowledge to his primitive homeland.
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Cultural lessons for the rest of us
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Nov 19, 2006

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Casino Royale
James Bond's (Daniel Craig) first "007" mission leads him to Le Chiffre (Mads Mikkelsen), banker to the world's terrorists. In order to stop him, and bring down the terrorist network, Bond must beat Le Chiffre in a poker game at the Casino Royale. Bond meets a beautiful British Treasury official, Vesper Lynd (Eva Green), who is assigned to deliver his stake for the game and watch over the government's money. But, as Bond and Vesper survive a series of lethal attacks by Le Chiffre and his henchmen, a mutual attraction develops.
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Finally a James you can Bond with
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Nov 19, 2006
I have been so BORED with the last few Bonds. They were about as threatening as David Spade on Ritalin. This James returns to the original type and is , in my mind, more in keeping with the original ...
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Conviction
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He didn't do it
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Nov 4, 2010
Brilliant movie about an innocent man who spent 20 years behind bars and was eventually freed thanks to his sister.

Hilary Swank plays Betty Ann Waters. The sister of the convicted murderer ...
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Deck the Halls
Steve Finch (Matthew Broderick) is the town Christmas nerd who dominates all of his neighbors when it comes to decorating for the holiday. But his reign of good cheer is threatened by an oafish lout (Danny DeVito) who moves to town and will do anything to be popular at Steve's expense.
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You will want to deck Santa
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Written: Nov 19, 2006

 This is better than the latest Tim Allen Clause ...
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Employee of the Month
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...was it chicken or fish?
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Nov 19, 2006

 No one thought Jessica would ever overshadow Meryl Streep but even so, she is so embarrassingly bad you feel a little pity for her I don't know where to start this dross was so bad...... wait, I ...
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Evan Almighty
Newscaster Evan Baxter (Steve Carell) has just been elected to Congress, so he picks up and moves his family from Buffalo to Virginia. That's when God (Morgan Freeman) decides to drop in on Evan and tell him to build a giant ark, and everybody thinks he's totally insane when he does just that.
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A disaster of biblical proportions
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Written: Jun 25, 2007

And GOD said unto STEVE CARROL you shall build and ark ( because JIM CARREY said no) , and there was an ark.

And GOD said you shall fill it with 2 of each kind of animal, and so it was ...
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Fair Game
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unfair criticism
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Nov 11, 2010
Fair Game is about the build up to the latest Iraq war and the Valerie Plame/Joe Wilson affair which culminated in her outing as a CIA agent. As a movie it is a C- as history it is an F.

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Faster
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The movie Vin Diesel was too smart to do
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Dec 4, 2010
It's a high speed knock off of a copy of a spaghetti western tribute.

Dwayne Johnson plays 'Driver' who is just out of a 10 yr. prison sentence and looking to avenge his brothers ...
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G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra
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Go Joe.
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Aug 8, 2009
This will be a summer blockbuster. Its old school blow everything up, don't bother trying to think because there is no time and the script didnt allow for it anyway. Its one of those movies you could ...
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Georgia Rule
Rachel (Lindsay Lohan) is an out-of-control, rebellious teen whose mother, Lily (Felicity Huffman), can't take the chaos and drama anymore. To help teach Rachel some manners, Lily takes her to spend a summer with her strict, rule-obsessed grandmother (Jane Fonda) on a remote Idaho farm where the wild child learns how to behave like a lady.
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deliver the Mistic Pizza to my house on Golden Pond which is surrounded by Steel Magnolias
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: May 14, 2007
Just the marketing of this crapola tells you all you need to know. Open the movie on mothers day, take mom to see it (everything is her fault anyway) it will be gone quicker than Lindsay Lohans sobriety. ...
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Get Smart
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It could easily have been better
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Jun 21, 2008

 From Alan Arkin  (as the Chief)  Taking himself too seriously to The Rock (as agent 23) not taking himself seriously enough, this movie could and should have been better.

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Hamlet 2
Not as funny as the original
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Written: Aug 27, 2008

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Hancock
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supercoolbumovie
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Jul 2, 2008
It starts great but finishes just soso I loved the idea of an "asshole" type superhero with no secret identity to protect and wished that part of the movie was longer. There is ...
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I Am Legend
Based on the classic horror novel by Richard Matheson, Robert Neville (Will Smith) is the last human being on Earth. Everybody else on the planet has been transformed into blood-sucking vampires who all want to feast on Neville's neck.
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Will Smith soon will be A Legend
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Dec 15, 2007

Amazing special effects and an even more stunning performance by Will Smith.

I read the book "I am Legend" and saw "Omega Man" a few times and nothing prepared me for ...
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Inglourious Basterds
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glorious rip off
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Written: Aug 28, 2009
Its 2 hours and 32 minutes of what should have been a 90 min film. Its a good movie, it should have been a great movie. I can only imagine how this would have been if it was done by Guy Ritchie in ...
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Into the Wild
Based on the bestselling non-fiction book by Jon Krakauer, Christopher McCandless (Emile Hirsch) is a bright young man and a recent college graduate with a big, bold future ahead of him. However, in 1992, he gives away everything he owns — including his life savings of $24,000 — and decides to live off of the land in the wilderness. But his easy-going, carefree life gets a real shock when he decided to "rough it" in Alaska in the middle of winter without much more than the coat on his back and the boots on his feet.
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into the revisionist wild
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Written: Dec 11, 2007

A deluded self involved individual who,s comeuppance seems inevitable  and is allowed to indulge in despicable dangerous behavior and travels to remote dangerous places with the intent of ...
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It's Kind of a Funny Story
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Its a really funny Movie
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Written: Oct 7, 2010
This is a surprisingly upbeat movie that has plenty of laugh out loud moments to offset the seriousness of some of the story line. Its a small story so here is a small review. A young picked on kid ...
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Jumper
One day, Davey (Hayden Christensen) discovers he has an amazing ability. He can teleport himself to any location at will. Using his newfound power to find the man who killed his mother, Davey unwittingly becomes a target of National Security Agency officers and another person with the same exact power. Based on the popular young adult novel by Steven Gould.
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jump to any other movie
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Feb 14, 2008

This should have been a great movie. The premise is from the book "jumper "by Steven Gould released in 1992 which is a rip off of an idea in a  great science fiction book called ...
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Juno
Juno (Ellen Page) is a smart teenager facing a tough decision: what to do after she gets pregnant from a classmate (Michael Cera). Deciding to give the baby up for adoption to a rich couple (Jason Bateman, Jennifer Garner), she has the full support of both her parents (Allison Janney, J.K. Simmons). But is giving the child away really what she wants to do deep down in her heart?
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juno an academy award movie when you see one
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Written: Dec 30, 2007

A brilliantly written, acted and directed movie with academy award written all over it,

J.K Simmons could finally get a long overdue award or two 

 The only downside in this ...
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Knight and Day
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Knight on a wire
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Written: Aug 12, 2010
I tried to like it, I just couldn't. It was a poor rehash of Bird on a wire which at least had the chemistry of Mel Gibson and Goldie Hawn. This came dangerously close to being a curriticure of every ...
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Knocked Up
Allison Scott (Katharine Heigl) is on the fast track for a promising career as an entertainment journalist. Her big plans get a little messed up, though, after a one-night stand with a total slacker (Seth Rogen) gets her pregnant. Although she has the determination to be a successful working single mom, Allison tries to involve her baby's daddy in her life, but he may turn out to be a little too immature to handle fatherhood.
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I was knocked out by knocked up
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Written: Jun 19, 2007

This movie is way too long for a comedy, other than that its perfect.

 It has the feel of a great sitcom like one of Seienfields best and even some scenes that have a reference to Seinfield ...
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Land of the Lost
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land of the lost opportunity
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Jun 15, 2009
Its been a long time between laughs in any Will Farell movie. He plays the same character over and over again and this one trick pony should be sent out to pasture. The Land of the Lost tv show was ...
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Lions for Lambs
In Washington, D.C., Senator Jasper Irving (Tom Cruise) has his eyes on the White House, so he promises a big scoop to a TV journalist (Meryl Streep) that will hopefully land him on every screen in America. But is the story as explosive as promised, or is the reporter just being duped? Meanwhile, an altruistic college professor (Robert Redford) tries to inspire an emotionally detached student (Andrew Garfield) into becoming more politically motivated.
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The lamb is over cooked
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Written: Nov 12, 2007
Bring out the mint sauce this lamb is over cooked. The whole movie could be summed up in a bad crossfire episode. This is a bunch of mealy mouthed radicals who all have their best days behind them and ...
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Live Free or Die Hard
John McClane (Bruce Willis) and a wisecracking hacker (Justin Long) fight an "Internet terrorist organization" that threatens to bring down the U.S. government, perhaps with some sort of spam or phishing scheme.
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hardest die hard yet
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Jun 28, 2007

Remember when there was a huge blockbuster out every 4th.July? Men in Black ,Independence day, The Wild Wild West,O.K. forget the last one, this is right up there and is the best of the Die ...
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Meet the Spartans
In this spoof of 300, King Leonidas (Sean Maguire) leads his ragtag group of 13 Spartan warriors, including his brave Captain (Kevin Sorbo), into battle against the massive Persian invaders, who happen to count Ghost Rider and a couple of Transformers in their ranks.
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a hunch back Paris Hiton? count me in
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Written: Jan 27, 2008

This is a funny spoof of the movie the 300 with apperances by, Transformers, Ghost Rider,and Rocky Balboa, and Paris Hilton ( a hunchback ). and ,and ,and.you get it

If like me you have a sophomoric ...
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Men Who Stare at Goats
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Men who exploit wars
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Written: Sep 17, 2010
George Clooney has exploited the wars in this region more than Halliburton. From Three Kings to Syriana and now with M.W.S.A.Goats he has managed to make a variety of movies without once showing American ...
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Michael Jackson's This Is It
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If you want to see one last exloitation of a dead weirdo, This is it
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Written: Oct 28, 2009
If you want to be preached to about global warming by the worlds most prolific individual consumer of resources.... This is it: If you want to see the final cashing in on a man who has been the ultimate ...
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Mr. Brooks
Kevin Costner seems like a nice enough guy, except sometimes he becomes possessed by his psycotic alter ego (William Hurt) and goes on bloody murderous rampages. Hot on his trail is a sexy police detective (Demi Moore) who develops an unusual bond with the slippery, split-personality serial killer.
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Mr Brooks brothers killer wadrobe
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Jun 19, 2007

This movie is familiar because you have seen it before, done better

Quick thought on the movie:

A great cast wasted

Needed much less of Demi Moore

William hurts "Harvey" ...
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National Treasure: Book of Secrets
In this sequel, treasure hunter Ben Gates (Nicolas Cage) stumbles upon a worldwide conspiracy concerning Abraham Lincoln's assassination, after he finds the 18 pages that have been missing from John Wilkes Booth's diary.
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shhhhhh its a secret
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Dec 23, 2007

 Another roller coaster ride for Nick Cage with the same cast as National Treasure and the welcome addition of Hellen Mirren as mother and Ed Harris as the villain.

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Night at the Museum
Larry Daley (Ben Stiller) accepts what appears to be a menial job as a graveyard-shift security guard at a museum of natural history. During Larry's watch, extraordinary things begin to occur: Mayans, Roman gladiators, and cowboys emerge from their diorama to wage epic battles; in his quest for fire, a caveman burns down his own display; Attila the Hun pillages his neighboring exhibits, and a T-Rex reminds everyone why he's history's fiercest predator. Amid the chaos, the only person Larry can turn to for advice is a wax figure of President Teddy Roosevelt (Robin Williams).
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Jamanji-Vu
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Dec 25, 2006

This is a perfect holiday treat for the kids and its fun for adults as well.

Of course we have lots of issues with the plot but the whole is so far fetched that to critique the plot line would ...
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No Strings Attached
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how to loose an academy award
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Jan 24, 2011
If Portman was the front runner for best actress for the black swan, this all but killed it for her. Remember Eddie Murphy was the talk of the town for Dreamgirls, then came Norbit This it Natalies ...
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Oz the Great and Powerful
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Brilliant, except for Russell Cowes singing
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Written: Mar 10, 2013
I don't normally like remakes, prequels of tributes to classics. George Lucas has reinforced that view repeatedly. When the horse is dead, bury it. Don't try flogging it to the finish line.This is the ...
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Paranormal Activity 2
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normal cash in is more like it
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Nov 3, 2010
If you saw the first movie and wondered what they could have done with a bigger budget, this is it. It is not a sequel, its a rehash of security footage escalating weirdness and then, etc etc, i'm boored ...
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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest
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Cant wait for part 3
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Written: Nov 19, 2006

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Public Enemies
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public embarasement
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Jul 2, 2009
With his eye liner never smudged once johny Depp looks as dangerous as Kemit the frog. This is a huge waste of tallent and while Depp can play a simpering pirate like no other he should leave roles like ...
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Quantum of Solace
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Gimme Water
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Written: Nov 25, 2008
This is a Chinatown remake, Its all about the water. Daniel Craig's James Bond is waging war against the Baddie, Al Gore, I mean Dominic Greene (Matheiu Amalric), who is faking Global warming to sell ...
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Ratatouille
Remy (voice of Patton Oswalt) is a little rat with big dreams of becoming a world-class chef. So, he makes a home under a fancy Parisian restaurant and forms an unlikely bond with a lowly garbage boy, Linguini (Lou Romano), that will take them both to new, unimagined culinary heights, that is if Remy doesn't get caught by the real chefs first.
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Mickey Mouse is dead,long live Ratatouillie
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Jun 29, 2007

  Its hard to Imagine a rodent being a cult figure of idolisation, but they did it with Mickey, Minnie and Paris Hilton.

 This movie (its too brilliant to be called a cartoon) ...
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Semi-Pro
In 1976, Jackie Moon (Will Ferrell) is a washed-up one-hit wonder who uses his brief moment of fame and fortune to buy a professional basketball team. He purchases the Flint Michigan Tropics, elevates himself to their top player and quickly transforms the team into the worst franchise in the fledgling ABA league. The Tropics are on the verge of being disbanded when the ABA folds into the NBA, so Jackie must rally his fellow players to actually win a game before they're forced to call it quits.
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its semi- funny and will be semi- successfully but only semi-entertaining
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Written: Mar 3, 2008
You would have to be a dedicated Will Farrell fan to find this movie more than semi good. After his last effort as an ice dancer I thought his next movie would be as a synchronized swimmer but he surprised ...
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Shut Up & Sing
Shut up and go away booring movie with music to match
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Written: Nov 19, 2006

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Sicko
Controversial filmmaker Michael Moore aims his camera at the diseased American health care industry for his latest documentary.
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You would be Sick in the head to fall for this.
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Written: Jun 29, 2007

When Moore states that Democrats, Republicans, Conservatives, Liberals, Red Sox fans and Yankee fans all agree that Fidel Castro should be running our health care system, and that Hillary Clinton is ...
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Speed Racer
Based on the classic children's cartoon, Speed Racer (Emile Hirsch) is a young hotshot race-car driver who has a good support team behind him, including his mom (Susan Sarandon), dad (John Goodman) and girlfriend, Trixie (Christina Ricci). With his powerful race-winning Mach 5 vehicle, Speed angers a ruthless mogul (Roger Allam) who is out to control the world of professional racing by "fixing" the competitions. Teaming up with the mysterious Racer X (Matthew Fox), Speed attempts to win the Crucible cross-country rally and keep the sport he loves honest.
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The only thing fast is how quickly this becomes tedious
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: May 10, 2008

Great special effects and anything more said is adding to the time I already wasted watching this stinker. It will bomb, and bomb big.

When I was a kid this type of movie was 70 min shorter ...
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Spider-Man 3
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Its all about redemption.
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: May 7, 2007
I saw this movie in a theatre with closed captions and that helped because the kids were pretty into the movie with lots of yelling and whooping and screaming....ok,ok, that was me too. It was all you ...
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Step Brothers
If you saw the trailor you saw the movie, If you live in a trailer you might like the movie
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Jul 25, 2008

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Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
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Johny Depp,s miss step in the cut throat world of musicals
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Dec 23, 2007

I don't normally like musicals and I didn't really care for this one..the  tragic story of Sweeney Todd  will be familiar to most who would bother with this movie. ...
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Tamara Drewe
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you CAN go home again
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Oct 30, 2010
This is based on a comic strip, which itself was based on the 1885 Thomas Hardy book "Far from the Maddening Crowd". It was made into a brilliant movie staring Julie Cristie, Terence Stamp, Peter Finch ...
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The Bucket List
Two men (Jack Nicholson, Morgan Freeman) who are dying from cancer escape their hospital together and go on a road trip to fulfill their final "to-do" list.
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Guess how it ends?...from Easy Rider to queasy rider
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Dec 29, 2007

A cliché meets a metaphor in a hospital, has an epiphany and becomes a parable and..ooops,....I forgot....they die.

It is a manipulative tear jerker made by a cynical producer for the ...
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The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
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The curious case off an overlong booring movie
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Jan 8, 2009
THIS is the movie you have been waiting for. Its not totally a chick flick, you can sleep right through it an get points for taking the beloved to a remake of a remake of a boring book. Brad Pitt is better ...
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The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest (Luftslottet som sprängdes)
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Kicked a goal
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Nov 9, 2010
This is the conclusion of Steig Larson's masterpiece trilogy. Michael Blomkvist is again brilliantly played by Michael Nyqvist and Noomi Rapace IS Lisbeth Salander. Both continue to bring vibrant life ...
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The Girl Who Played With Fire
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
Hot stuff, and not just the girl who played with girls scene either.
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Jul 21, 2010
TGWPWF continues on from "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" without any real recap or flashback scene. It is not a stand alone movie and I felt sorry for the poor woman next to me in the theater who was ...
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The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
This aint your grandmothers Swedish movie
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Mar 22, 2010
This Neils Arden Oplev directed adaptation of the first of the Millennium trilogy of books is a masterpiece. This is fitting because so are the books. There are a few minor relationship involvement's ...
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The Hangover
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
I have one from laughing
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Jun 13, 2009
I haven't laughed so much since Paris Hilton said she would be celibate,it was the worst 4 hours of her life. I saw this after it had been open a week and I had heard a lot about it. I still was surprised. ...
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The Happening
When the entire fate of humanity is threatened, Elliot Moore (Mark Wahlberg) takes his family and tries to avoid the impending apocalypse.
it aint
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Jun 16, 2008

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The Invention of Lying
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the greatest movie since Citizen Kane, Ricky Gervais is a better actor than Brando
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Oct 3, 2009
Its hit and miss, mostly misses. I expected a little more "Office" and a lot less offense. The trailer for this movie is more deceptive than a politicians promise. As an atheist Ricky Gervais lets ...
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The Last King of Scotland
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Its time for an overthrow
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Nov 19, 2006
How much more do we need to know about this wack job Idiot Amin ? There is a reason that we do not  flock to see Hitler movies .They make us feel uncomfortable and we already know how it ends. ...
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The Love Guru
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The love guru will need a little box office viagra to get it up
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Jun 21, 2008

Just a silly composite of Limp sketches that will not Endow anyone but Hard Core Mike Myers fans.

He fails to Rise to the occasion and  the Stiff competition from The Get Smart ...
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The Other Guys
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These guys rock (go Dwayne)
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Aug 8, 2010
What is funnier than greedy crooked financiers in these troubled times? crooked politicians? I wont hold my breath waiting for " When Barney met Nancy", so we make do with this Will Farrell ...
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The Prestige
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There isnt any for these poeple
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Nov 19, 2006

this is a total booooooring pretentious piece of drivel . I wont waste space  or devote any time to this review. It already owes me for the missing hours of my life and some popcorn and soda..miss ...
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The Pursuit of Happyness
Based on the life of Chris Gardner, a self-made millionaire, this drama stars Will Smith as a man who finds himself jobless and homeless at age 30, living in a San Francisco train station with his infant son. Determined to beat the odds, he finds work as a trainee at a brokerage and climbs the corporate ladder, eventually becoming partner and owner of his own Chicago-based firm.
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See weeping Will as running man
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Mar 31, 2007
 It took me a long time to see this one ,and only there because it was a date type ordeal. Its a tearjerker and the fine performance by Will Smith and his cute as a button kid cant hide the fact ...
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The Queen
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
god save her
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Nov 19, 2006

The movie is not for everyone, but is a good movie with superb performances about an unlovable ...
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Tropic Thunder
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Don't worry about the protest from mentally challenged advocacy groups, they will be looking for the wrong movie anyway
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Aug 13, 2008

The most irreverent movie premise since Borat, and thats just the movie within the movie bits. The love story between the monks between the sheets is one that comes to mind. The line "And once ...
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True Grit
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Truly great
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Dec 31, 2010
This remake is better than the original. Jeff Bridges as Rooster Cogburn connects on every level and has a deep and poignant relationship with Hailee Steinfeld (Mattie) that John Wayne could never pull ...
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Valkyrie
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Mission Impossible 4
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Jan 2, 2009
The Movie is O.K. its just 3 decades too late and it has all been done before, and better. The impossible part is ever making the dwarfromouterspacecadetcouchjumpingwacko credible in anything again. Ain't ...
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Vantage Point
When President Ashton (William Hurt) is assassinated while making a speech in Spain, it's up to two Secret Service agents (Dennis Quaid, Matthew Fox) to find the culprit. Even though dozens of cameras on-scene, including one held by an American tourist (Forest Whitaker) and ones managed by a TV news producer (Sigourney Weaver), the truth of what happened isn't evidently clear. Even the question of just who was assassinated remains to be settled.
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There is another way to look at this movie....
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Feb 22, 2008

This movie heads in more directions than Forest Whittaker's eyes. It is "Rashomon" with videos but without the altered perspective that makes "Rashomon" ...
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W.
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W is for waste of time and effort
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Oct 18, 2008

This movie was rushed into production, rushed during filming and rushed during the editing process. It shows. If you hate Bush you will be disappointed because he comes off as somewhat sympathetic.

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Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps
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Iron's good, greed bad
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Oct 3, 2010
This is more of a remake than a sequel and its not good one. It will have a curiosity value then fade quickly. It is essentially the same story with Charlie Sheen's role being played by Shia LaBeouf ...
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Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps
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irony's good, greed is bad
Reviewed By: Loquacious Lennie
Written: Sep 26, 2010
This is not a sequel, its a remake and not a good one. It will have a curiosity value that will fade quickly . It is essentially the same story as the original with Charlie Sheen's role being played by ...
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