Archives for: "August 2005"

The Movie Theater Ovation.

August 30th, 2005
Why? Clapping in the theater at the end of a good movie is as effective as yelling at your television as you watch your team play poorly, yet if I had to pick one of the two that bothered me, it is the applause. It does not happen frequently; at least… more »

Movie of the Month - September, 2005

August 20th, 2005
The Adventures of Baron Munchausen Director Terry Gilliam ("Brazil") and an all-star cast, including John Neville, Eric Idle, Oliver Reed and Uma Thurman, deliver this tale of the enchanting adventures of Baron von Munchausen on his journey in a hot air… more »

The Aristocrats

August 19th, 2005
A man walks into a talent agent's office to promote his family act. He describes for the agent what the act consists of and when asked what they call their act, the man says, "The Aristocrats!" I know it doesn't look funny. It also has one of the… more »

Broken Flowers

August 16th, 2005
Director Jim Jarmusch, best known to me for his work in making Ghost Dog - The Way of the Samurai, first worked together with Bill Murray in Coffee and Cigarettes before getting back together two years later to make Broken Flowers. Broken Flowers… more »

August 9th, 2005
Charlie: I want you to have my children. And I want you to have your children...That sounds like an awful lot of children. more »

Suggestion to

August 5th, 2005
I was playing with my queue early this morning and a feeling came over me as I stared blankly at my 188 movies long list. One thing that is nice about the site is that they allow you to provide feedback and suggestions for improvement.… more »