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I saw this movie before... perfect for Halloween, ...


I saw this movie before... perfect for Halloween, its amazing :D

I had no idea that Kassie was in this movie. Not r...


I had no idea that Kassie was in this movie. Not really my type of movie, but I'll check it out just because she's in it!

Does anyone live in a subdivision where there are ...


Does anyone live in a subdivision where there are several people who ignore the subdivision rules?
I do. No one is supposed to have those ugly fences on the top of their pools, and it seems that everyone in the sub with a pool has one of those. My neighbor has one, and I have to look at that hideous thing every time I look out my window. Then there is my other neighbor who has three dogs.
The maximum number of dogs is supposed to be two. I wouldn't mind the three, but two of them are pit bulls who viciously snarl and growl and act like they are going
to eat my dog when they are outside. Even the owners scream at them to stop. It is very unnerving. Then one of the board members is delinquent by 3 years on the dues because she has decided she doesn't need to pay since she is on the board. I can't take the neighbors around here. I was looking for a forum to vent about the jerks around here and I came across this site called and I sent all of those idiots on the board and all my lovely neighbors with the ugly pools an anonymous card. LOL I loved it. I know it sounds stupid but I feel better. He he he

After an overly ambitious businessman transports a...


After an overly ambitious businessman transports an 80-foot python to the United States, the beast escapes and starts to leave behind a trail of human victims. An FBI agent and a snake specialist come up with a plot to combat the creature by pitting it.

Have you heard of Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor who wrote ...


Have you heard of Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor who wrote the current bestseller "My Stroke of Insight"? Taylor was a Harvard trained brain scientist who suffered a massive stroke. I don't think we'll ever hear a story like this - Taylor understands how the brain functions and she was able to observe her mind deteriorating. She writes about the euphoric nirvana and a sense of complete peace and well-being she discovered in her stroke and she talks about this in her incredible (don't miss it) talk on In the book, Taylor explains how to 'step to the right of their left brain' to uncover a deep internal peace. Meg Ryan was in the audience when Dr. Taylor gave her speech at TED... hey, maybe she'll do the movie and we'll all be able to "have what she's having" to reprise that line from When Harry Met Sally : ) Sign me up!

The Fountain was good if somewhat trippy, an inter...


The Fountain was good if somewhat trippy, an interesting crossover of religious/cultural/scientific ideals to say the least

Kingdom of Heaven is one of the most solid movies ...


Kingdom of Heaven is one of the most solid movies i have ever seen, says a lot about religion and what drives men to use it for their own ends

just saw Super Size Me; i was impressed by Morgan ...


just saw Super Size Me; i was impressed by Morgan Spurlock's insightfulness as he goes into a lot more than physical effects of fast food...

Good film. It makes us really wild at heart!


Good film. It makes us really wild at heart!

Thank You for Smoking is a great flick, i apprecia...


Thank You for Smoking is a great flick, i appreciate the fact that it gets into a lot more than just the morality of smoking

I love all the bobby mp3 track and ring tones. Eve...


I love all the bobby mp3 track and ring tones. Even the movie is good.

"Beetle Juice" movie is great. I love to watch.


"Beetle Juice" movie is great. I love to watch.

I thought it followed the book pretty well. I mean...


I thought it followed the book pretty well. I mean, some things were pretty off, and the clipped a few chunks, but i mean, it was like, 500 pages long! I thought they summed it up well and got most of the details right.

I liked Trauma as well. An odd piece, made for Br...


I liked Trauma as well. An odd piece, made for British TV it seems, I was drawn to it by Mena Suvari's presence but was surprised by how truly weird it felt. Nice to see some good comments about it!

Agent Cody Banks is a mediocre family film and its...


Agent Cody Banks is a mediocre family film and its not as good as Spy Kids. Frankie Muniz plays a young man plucked from suburban obscurity to be trained as a CIA super-agent. His mission? Get friendly with his classmate Natalie (Hilary Duff) so that he can uncover her father's diabolical scheme to create indestructible robots. To compound his problems, Cody also has to deal with the same stresses as any adolescent: nagging parents, insufferable class work, and a fragile sense of self-esteem. The plot sounds very silly and that's why this sequel is pretty much just for kids. Most people would just point out that this is just a rip off of Spy Kids. Even if it seems that way, kids may still end up liking this flick. Frankie Muniz plays the awkward teenager and he does a good job. Hilary Duff plays Natalie and she also does a good job. Angie Harmon was probably cast to keep the adults interested and she is very attractive. Harald Zwart directs and he does an okay job. I thought this film was a little weak. Spy Kids is consider better since the action is better and the gadgets are cooler. The gadgets in this film are okay though nothing special. The action is very kiddy which isn't a bad thing since it is a kids movie. The problem with that is that the adults are left out. Agent Cody Banks also looks cheap and feels cheap. MGM wanted to keep the budget as low as possible and it worked. However, that doesn't mean a good film was made. The running time is 102 minutes long and it feels longer as it gets kind of boring after awhile. The film is also predictable for adults but that had to be expected. Also this is a lot better then Catch That Kid and Agent Cody Banks 2. These "spy kids" type of film have been done to death though and I hope there isn't another one for awhile. In the end, this film is strictly for kids and not really worth watching for them either. Rating 5.5/10, a so-so family film.

It may be true that everyone during their lifetime...


It may be true that everyone during their lifetime has fifteen minutes of fame, even if in most cases it only lasts about a minute and a half. And if that minute and a half comes early in life, how far into adulthood can you carry it with you, and when does a healthy memory become an obsession that finally blurs the line between reality and fantasy? `The Fan,' directed by Tony Scott and starring Robert De Niro and Wesley Snipes, is an intense and disturbing motion picture that examines that moment and the effects it can have on the lives of those either directly or indirectly involved. Here, the focus is on one Gil Renard (De Niro), a knife salesman in San Francisco and a die-hard Giants fan who is pumped about the acquisition during the off-season of superstar centerfielder Bobby Rayburn (Snipes), whom he believes will bring a pennant to the team. Once a player himself-- a pitcher-- Renard's life has since been on a downhill slide. Divorced, he has a young, little league aged son, Richie (Andrew J. Ferchland), with whom he has an unsettling relationship, and at work, his sales have been so poor his job is on the line. An angry, disturbed individual, Renard has reached a pivotal point in his life; for inspiration, he continually returns to the philosophies of the catcher from his playing days, Coop (Charles Hallahan), whom he considers one of the finest athletes he ever knew. And as his life continues to deteriorate, his obsessions begin to add further to the imbalance of his perceptions of reality, which finally lead him past a point of no return.Scott's film, of course, has less to do with baseball than it does with how the game itself actually relates to life and the things that really matter. As Rayburn says at one point, `We're not curing cancer here.' But to those to whom life has been reduced to that minute and a half to which they still cling, the game can be everything. And it is just that unhealthy obsession that Scott examines in this film, that comparatively insignificant moment that in the obsessive mind becomes an episode of monumental importance that finally distorts any semblance of reality the individual may have left. What's truly frightening is that upon close scrutiny, in Renard there is much with which many viewers will be able to relate in one way or another: The anger, the frustration and perhaps the inability to let go of that minute and a half, even when it threatens to become more than just a pleasant memory, but an unhealthy lifeline to another place and another time that, in reality, may never have existed in the first place. It's like a search for self-esteem by the has-been-who-never-was, who can neither realize nor accept it's elusiveness. As Renard says to Richie, `Baseball is better than life, because it's fair. You hit a sacrifice fly and it doesn't count against your average.' An ideal that has forever eluded Renard; in his life, he's never been able to `give himself up for the team' and get anything in return for it.As Renard, De Niro gives an explosive performance that at first glance may seem to have a bit of Travis Bickle and Max Cady in it-- which in fact it does-- though upon closer inspection, Renard is a unique character. Those with a disturbed mind may have traits in common, as these characters De Niro has portrayed certainly do; but De Niro has successfully given each of them an individual personality, and when viewed side by side, the differences are readily apparent. Bickle may be a sociopath, Cady a cold blooded killer; but Renard is a man who was just never able to get a handle on his life and has allowed his obsessions to dictate the choices he has made along the way. D[...]

I enjoyed tremendously of many things in the movie...


I enjoyed tremendously of many things in the movie, one of which that has most probably been mentioned in all other comments made, the Sin Eater (Peter Wingfield) was played with excellence. His sad deep voice in pain for all those years of suffering to take hold the sins of the ones who have passed. It is extremely awful for him to realize the truth at the end and that he decided that it was pointless to act violently on the one who has cheated his life all those years, he had become a true 'Sin Eater' at that very moment.

He is however not the only character I enjoyed, I liked how Fagan Kai (Soren Fulton) stood up for everything he does. He is a great listener and does not follow his fatherly ways, Brogan Kai (Stewart Finlay-McLennan), who was brought up that way by his fatherly figure Laochailand Kai (Michael Flynn). It was so brutal of his father, Brogan, to beat his own son like that.

The best character in my opinion is none other than the main female character, Cadi Forbes (Liana Liberato). A definite non-follower who hath bestowed herself with a sin that she has caused her little sister, Elen Forbes (Molly Jepson), to fall in the 'Narrows' that very 'cursed day' over a fight for the doll and for all the years since her little sister was born, her mother, Fia Forbes (Elizabeth Lackey) has always provided everything for Elen, and not Cadi. Liana expressed her deepest emotions with her greatest effort in all of her scenes to be scared, to be cautious, to be brave, to pretend and to BELIEVE in the Man of God (Henry Thomas), in Jesus Christ and God, and ultimately achieve her heart's goal. However, I did not very much enjoy all the different slapping scenes between mother and child, between the two sisters, and most of all between the most cruel and coldhearted father of Fagan and Cadi. -That's the way at all!-

I felt that the scene where Miz Elda (Louise Fletcher) accidentally spilled the beans of the 'Dead Man's Mountain'. Not to forget the other actors and actresses like Cadi's 'Pa', Angor Forbes (A.J. Buckley), Lilybet (Thea Rose) the little mysterious girl who guided Cadi -like a guardian angel of Cadi's younger sister, Elen (Molly Jepson), who has forgiven her older sister, that's what I thought-. I enjoyed her line: "Do you trust me, Cadi?" And Cadi replies: "I told you 'Yes' already." Lilybet is an interesting character whom was also later cleared up somewhat at the end -sorta, with that line from Old Cadi: "Little Bit of Heaven". Most unforgettable of all characters is Bletsung McLeod (Gabrielle Fitzpatrick) who was never able to be with whom she loved the most all those years... She "would have been such a 'good ma'". And I agree to that line, mentioned once or twice in the entire movie.

I recommend this movie for its religious purposes, as well as to check out the fantastic role Liana Liberato played. Every moment I felt like I was the child who believed in something so deep that I would too, run away and finish it -if I had such a quest-.

This was on The Movie Channel tonight. I'd never h...


This was on The Movie Channel tonight. I'd never heard of it, but watched it because the cast looked interesting. What a pleasant surprise.

The setup has been done a million times. Shy guy gets up the nerve (after months and months) to ask Beautiful Girl out. Amazingly, she accepts.

People in the office are so amazed at this that they literally make bets and have a party where they keep track of the couple's evening. Their date takes an odd turn when they encounter a very strange homeless man who attaches himself to them and the plot gets stranger and stranger and funnier and funnier.

It has echoes of two of my favorite movies, Blake Edwards's BLIND DATE and Martin Scorcese's AFTER HOURS, but it's totally original.

I guess this was one of those movies that just literally got lost in the shuffle in the turbulent decline of Miramax Films. That's a shame. Did it ever show in theatres? I've never seen it.

The whole cast is great. Even Ben Affleck, here very comfortable in a character part. Maybe he'll have a future as a great character actor and stop making bad movies where he's leading man. There's a good cameo by Matt Damon at the end of the second act that's especially good.

Having read the comments, I know not everyone enjoyed this as much as I did. That's why the multiplex has a dozen auditoriums with different film playing.

That's my story and I'm sticking to it :-)

Mollie, a New York City accountant, becomes pregna...


Mollie, a New York City accountant, becomes pregnant, thanks to her boyfriend, Albert. They aren't married, so Mollie claims it was artificial insemination. One day, Mollie finds Albert cheating on her so it was over between them. But then, her water broke and she had to be rushed to the hospital. Who should happen along but cab driver James Ubriacco. The midtown traffic was a disaster but James drove as fast as possible. Mollie's baby was soon born. He was named Mikey. He began to comment in his mind about everything he saw.

James dropped in on Mollie one afternoon to return her purse which she had left in the cab. James even took Mikey out while Mollie took a nap. They went to go visit James' grandfather in a rest home and to the air field because aside from being a cab driver, James was a pilot. Mollie expressed her distaste of James unexpectedly taking Mikey out by hitting him; Mollie was looking for a suitable father figure for Mikey and James looked like a sure winner, but she won't even consider James. She dates several other guys while James babysits Mikey. He teaches him to dance and we all know John "Saturday Night Fever" Travolta is a heck of a dancer. But as luck would have it, Mollie and James begin to get close. Albert comes by one day and meets James, who interrogates Albert on what Mikey's favorite cereal was, how many diapers he goes through a day, favorite rock star, standard stuff a father should know. Albert also proved dull when Mollie and Mikey go to visit him. So that was it for him.

James takes Mollie flying one afternoon. They go to visit James' grandfather and the events of the day are as follows: Mikey experiences what driving a car is like and Mollie and James finally fall in love; It's a pretty good movie. John Travolta and Kirstie Alley are good. Olympia Dukakis, Abe Vigoda and George Segal are here too! That is Bruce Willis doing the voice of Mikey! The original cast would return to do Look Who's Talking Too! Then they did Look Who's Talking Now where Mikey has grown up to the stage where he can talk on his own but it's the dogs that talk in that one. So in conclusion, I recommend all three of these films. You're looking for a good comedy or like any of the above actors, this one's for you!

To begin with, the premise was good - taking a dis...


To begin with, the premise was good - taking a dispensable anyone "off the streets" and their use for a secret mission. However, apart from this, the film is fairly average. -- Toe curling embarrassing one line and allow the predictability of the film. Some of the coatings of an even fun, and fell like a lead balloon. If you are going to have a single line in your movie, make sure they are fun and memorable. THE LAST BOY SCOUT is a good example. The ending is also so predictable, you might as well leave three minutes before the end. Come on, when the sad music kicks in only after the bomb had gone off, they thought Xander was really dead? Anyone? Exactly. It would have been a great ending if they had died, woulda REALLY made people sit in shock.

The stunts and action scenes were nothing special to be honest, really. Some of them were dragged out too. For example, the scene with the bike jump the fence is too leave, as is the bridge stunt car. The Effect Wow was lost too because it made them. However, I must say that the avalanche sequence has my jaw on the floor. It is incredible, I felt like I was there. Brillantemente filmed and choreography; due credit to those interested. Likewise, the opening of stunt with the car on the bridge was too good, but again was too exit.

Vin Diesel action was a shock too, I honestly expected something better from him. The trailer made it look so cool and charismatic, but in the end is quite unfunny and has no real charisma at all. It is disappointing to see Diesel acting in this post-PITCH BLACK, but perhaps this is partly due to the mediocre script that is xXx. The other characters are all fairly thin paper, underused, neglected or all three. Even after seeing the film from the beginning, at the end I felt like I had arrived at halfway and lost something. You simply do not connect with anyone, have no character or style. Xander is too selfish enough to be the hero - at least James Bond knows when to stop.

In short, a good premise for a film is let down by an average thin script with characters, bad dialogue and a predictable story. The action scenes are less impressive is due because they are too milked (take some lessons from John Woo, Rob). Vin Diesel's performance is quite average, and nothing like trailers is letting out. Even the presence of Samuel L. Jackson (probably one of the best things in xXx) can do nothing to lift this film too high.

XXx could have been much better, and that's what so disappointing. In the end this is a compromised predictable action film that is really for children and casual moviegoers. And this strange compulsion to managers for the use of heavy metal / rock / nu-metal / loud music generally crappy action movies is once again brought into play. Come on, be original for the love of God!

And as to say bass is the new James Bond, which can be taken and put it where the sun does not shine. The new James Bond is NO. Nobody does it better, remember? ;-)

It's great to see so many people doing what a terr...


It's great to see so many people doing what a terrible movie "Triple X" is a reality. It is certainly a film BA with a cast and production team. Apparently Rob Coen and the rest of his clean "Fast and the Furious" have decided that the crew of James Bond movies are his first and last unfit for the Playstation generation. I even tend to agree, Bond movies have been the same for years, but if "XXX" is the alternative I will take 007 any day. With almost endless references to the extreme sports, MTV and video games (this is the first movie that I have seen accurately refer to the "1 st person shooters") "XXX" wants to be cool is as bad wreaks of desperation.

The opening scene is a pot-shot showing a dapper, wearing tuxedo spy being killed-body sailed over the hands of a crowd dancing. It is a kind of sickness scene, but there we are introduced to Xander Cage, in the form of Vin Diesel is as boring as Bond likeness. Obviously this is not an actor of the film. Bad acting rarely bothers me anyway, but the bad thing is Diesel and seems so out of place with the rest of the movie that you really pulls off the screen. We will never get what it is trying to Cage. Technically the film is standard. The music is boring and out of place - "hey this sounds cool, let's put it in" - and the images are without inspiration. The film is an endless parade of action scenes of the BSU good, but director Rob Coen is not capable of generating any excitement or fun of it. Much of it, particularly the end, it worked and exit to the point of frustration. The history of the involvement of nihilists and a kind of deadly virus that might call to mind the much scarier VX poison gas from "The Rock" - is pure silliness.

Probably the biggest problem with "XXX", for me at least, is the fact that, like many others OFF THE TV AND LEAVE recent action which follows the commercially friendly PG-13. If you really wanted to make an impact to take this opportunity to savor in sex and bloody violence that the PG-13 movies Bond could not limited. Without going beyond that, or the injection of something more imaginative in the proceedings, "XXX" is still tired of the same thing. Something that clearly does not want to be.

But Xander gun is fine.

I feel a bit ridiculous that people feel the need ...


I feel a bit ridiculous that people feel the need to dish Comment on this bad movie. What do they expect? I do not think anyone expected 'XXX' to be smart (which actually is) or original (which was actually), so really, you are getting more than what you see on the negotiated. Of course, the stunts are ridiculously unrealistic and impossible to remove any human being, and yes, Xander was way in excess of situations that would destroy any man, but that is what makes this film so great. It's so far removed from reality and makes absolutely no apologies for it. Perhaps it is because I have been a fan of Ah-nuld all my life, but I have a deep appreciation for this type of film. Yes, like everyone else, I like watching movies smart and be challenged, but at the same time, when I worked 11 hours a day, I just want to go home, relax and forget my life for 2 hours. This is, then, the entertainment industry. Vin Diesel plays Xander Cage, an extreme sports underground sensation whose illegal activities draw the attention of the United States Government. You see, "secret agents" are not so secret anymore, and the NSA (as they are called, I never heard of them before) decided to hire the former Contras and criminals based on the fact that it is: A. B. Disposable, and that can blend with the rest of the criminals and get some dirt than any candidate in soft Bond could never obtain. After a series of tests, it appears that Xander is the man for the job, and against his will, he is sent across the seas to investigate a group with the name de'99 anarchy that have been dealing with the Scientists who specialize in nuclear weapons, and as a result, they are terrorists and you know that this is heading. 'XXX' is, in general, better than I ever expected or hoped it would be. It's completely entertaining, a pace well, and the landscape of Prague is very captivating. From the constantly blaring heavy metal and hip-hop on the soundtrack of a rancid line, you know what kind of movie you are seeing within the first 10 minutes of which reads it. So if you are disappointed, it is your own fault.

Vin Diesel is a good guy to play these new action ...


Vin Diesel is a good guy to play these new action heroes. Like "The Rock", which is a big, muscular macho type who can look at men with a bit of respect and the ladies can fall. Unfortunately, some of these testosterone-filled action movies, including this one, were somewhat moronic in nature. However, it is undeniably entertaining.

You can always depend on one thing in this kind of film, from the "biker films" of the 50's until today movies: the hero is always a rebel against authority and laws of the land. Also, an even more recent issue is that the government actually employ the rebels of carrying out the work because their men are unable to achieve what this ultra-macho tattooed man can do! There is so much garbage, but it has its moments and the Diesel still is a kind of hero likable. Like Arnold Schwarzenegger before him, and Steven Seagal, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Chuck Norris, and then "The Rock", this type of muscle men are pretty clean mouth, and at least some ideals .

For pure action, the film succeeds because, in the end, he does understand that is the name of the game.

Think of a good action thriller - "Die Hard", "Ron...


Think of a good action thriller - "Die Hard", "Ronan", and throw in some great scenery outdoors and has "Vertical Limit" - a film that is entertaining, without taxing the brain. Have a clear objective and clear-cut hero and villain, some internal conflicts that periodically rears its ugly head, and a formula ending. The act is good especially Chris O'Donnelland Robin Tunney as brother and sister. Taking the book, "Into Thin Air" by mistake about men who think they can conquer Mother Nature, the film explores the mountain climber risk psyche, his male fraternity rivalries, as well as an ethics-free survival that runs counter to the love and Loyalty. But the heart of the film is the action scenes with impressive photographs of a stunning avalanche approaching tiny mountaineers, pure that breaks the ice and consumed, and the precipice before a huge fall. There is even a double sequence involving almost impossible recovery of a backpack to sustain life and the desperate efforts of two people to save themselves after the fall off the edge. No matter that some of the more intense scenes - the father and his two sons hanging out of the mountainside, the female climber who recently lost his partner and fight to stay in, and the final rescue beyond The vertical limit human Resistance - survives all that was recovered and back instantly. Think of an action thriller that truly has a central message: "The Poseidon Adventure" and you can see how "Vertical Limit" hems and haws but falls short. The issue of the commercialization of mountain climbing and how it was doomed to failure would be a false trail. Rather, it is the issue of free survival and the way the film delicately around her all walks, which ultimately degrades. Who wants to be courageous and say cut the rope, exsanguinate the dead, dexamethasone ration, but also wants to leave room for error, so that the emotional breakdown that sound on whatever. Enjoy "Vertical Limit" for entertaining escapism, and not for any measure of insight.

Contains spoilers! I just returned home from the t...


Contains spoilers! I just returned home from the theater and I had to say about this movie. Because this movie sucks cursed. This must be a joke - a very expensive joke. The acting, the sets, effects and the plot is absolutely ridiculous. I feel like I have been raped and robbed by producers. I have wasted 2 hours of my life and around 6 § paid for the ticket. Damn I feel stupid now.

The film deals with his audience as if we were 13 years old and had an IQ of 35. Examples of the lack of quality are numerous and the whole movie makes no sense at all. If the impact was as good as expected the film would be acceptable to look. But it is not embarrassing poor. Even the cliches are fun and the action to leave because everything is predictable and because it is a long repetition of the accident.

1. The animations are poor (just look at the eagle on the principle ... that says it all!). 2. The gaze cheap (they look like those used in the movie superman). Worse than in Batman Returns. It is so obvious that the caves are false and the snow is not real.

3. The act is tragically poor.

4. The plot is predictable and stupid. Examples

Bis 4. If the father was a great climber who had had his own knife to cut the rope. Also, never climb under other people if they saw!

4a2. Why do people risk more lives to save a few.

4b. Why the helicopter has to set the rescue team to retreat to the altitude at which the helicopter can not be controlled? Unable to establish that they were 100 metres below where the heli was easier to control and that there is less danger ?????

4c. Montgomery Wick Why was left alone to the rescue attempt by Chris "dumbass" Or Donald. Montgomery was escalating experts wonder why for their assistance if they leave behind him?

4d. And tell me how the hell did that carriage down the mountain cursed when we finally found it? I was almost dead and the two survivors were pretty exhausted ...

4e. What coincidence that Montgomery is his wife ... And what great work detictive by O'donald in solving the mystery about his death. A Sherlock Holmes go through O'Donald. The frozen chicken awaits on the right track! LOL.

4f. Why not be able to maintain their backpacks and water bottles?

4g. Pretty impressive that a iceaxe can be as efficient and hold people ... 4 Also impressive that his arms was not broken when his body leaping 40 meters ... Must have reached more than 100 kph weight and more than 100 Kilo with his backpack ... It must work! LOL

Summary: I could go on and on about this movie. I have never seen a movie worse than this. I strongly that the advice not to waste time and money to see this film. If you have already seen the film - and liked - you must be one of those guys who is Rickey Lake, Jerry Springer and Van Damme entertaining ... My advice to you is simple - SEARCH HELP