Archives for: "November 2004"

Finding Neverland

November 27th, 2004
Johnny Depp is at it once again, this time as playwright Sir James Matthew Barrie. Finding Neverland is based upon actual events leading to the creation of Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie. If you have any ounce of imagination, I implore you to see this movie.… more »

The Incredibles

November 21st, 2004
I always have a relatively high level of anticipation for the new Dreamworks and Pixar movies. The Incredibles from Pixar was no exception. This movie was good...when you consider the following: you will not fall out of your seat with laughter, you will… more »

I'll Sleep When I'm Dead

November 21st, 2004
Directed by Mike Hodges, I'll Sleep When I'm Dead is a psychological crime-drama that features an all-star cast including Clive Owen, Charlotte Rampling, and Malcolm McDowell and asks the question: what is the price of vengeance? Ex-gangster Will Graham… more »


November 19th, 2004
Went to see I Heart Huckabees last night and encountered technical difficulties so we had to opt for a different movie. After some deliberation we decided upon Saw (Cary Elwes, Danny Glover). Scary movies are very difficult to pull off, in my opinion.… more »

The Polar Express

November 14th, 2004
From the first preview I saw for The Polar Express I have been on the fence over whether or not I wanted to see it. Regardless of what I had decided, I saw it today. There is not much to report about this movie. That is neither a good thing nor a bad… more »

The Barbarian Invasions

November 13th, 2004
Academy Award winner for Best Foreign Language Film, The Barbarian Invasions is a provocative look at the many ties that bind a group of friends and lovers! It's not easy for a narrow-minded professor to reconcile with his equally stubborn son. But… more »

Team America: World Police.

November 8th, 2004
The next big screen installment from Matt Stone and Trey Parker (those who bring you South Park) is Team America: World Police. This movie, acted entirely by marionette puppets, satires the current political system in the United States and offers… more »