Archives for: "September 2004"

The Shawshank Redemption

September 27th, 2004
I find the discussion of a single favorite movie to be unfair as often times it is difficult to select one above all others. So many movies can be favorites for different reasons; why force someone to choose? Instead, ask someone what would be a few of… more »

Robin Hood Men in Tights

September 23rd, 2004
Mel Brooks, where are you!?!?! It is downright criminal that this movie is not available on DVD. Arguably the greatest comedic mind the film world has ever seen has almost his entire resume on DVD, yet no Robin Hood Men in Tights. This has bothered me… more »

Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence

September 18th, 2004
This movie was crazy. There is no other way to put it. I've never been more impressed and more confused and liked a movie so much. I'm not sure I can even call this a movie. The term animated poetry seems more appropriate. They drop some knowledge on… more »

The Sting

September 15th, 2004
While we're on the topic of ageless, classic movies...we were on the topic of ageless, classic movies, weren't we? Last night I popped in one of my absolute favorites. The Sting, starring Paul Newman and Robert Redford (best onscreen duo ever?), is a… more »

Little Black Book

September 6th, 2004
So I am actually admitting publicly that I saw "Little Black Book." This is the movie with Brittany Murphy and Ron Livingston. The good thing is that I have a newfound crush on Brittany Murphy. The bad news is that I actually had to sit through this… more »


September 6th, 2004
Alien v. Predator. Saw this yesterday. I have to say, as a fan of Alien and a fan of Predator, I will still skeptical to see this movie. It looked like sci-fi garbage that was just the next film in the line of crossover characters like the mistake that… more »