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Posted : 10 years ago on 22 July 2008 04:16 (A review of Equilibrium (2002))

Christian Bale is friggen legit in this movie. He plays John Preston who's a government agent who wipes out "sense offenders," people who feel in a world where feeling is not allowed. But the final body-count is not made solely on these people. Eventually, Christian Bale's character is badass and stoked on puppies all at the same time.
The concept is somewhat unoriginal but entertaining nonetheless and its got lots of neato characters and fight scenes that make it very very interesting.
Between all the whoop-ass C.B is dishing out, there are some very beautiful and touching scenes that may certainly make you tear up. And the fact that the sexiest man alive is in them makes them even better.
Equilibrium is a good movie because you watch this guy change and become more. You root for him the whole time and as he learns, you kind of learn too.. as corny as that sounds. But seriously it definitely has a good message in the movie that people need to be reminded of.

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Thank God for DQ.

Posted : 10 years, 3 months ago on 31 March 2008 12:31 (A review of The Parent Trap (1998))

As much as I say I hate this movie, I find myself watching it in its entirety whenever its on TV. Its one of those "that would be so awesome if that happened to me" movies that are addicting in an odd sort of way. Then I think, I probably wouldnt even endure two hours of Lindsay Lohan's horrendous imitation of a british accent if it weren't for Dennis Quaid. He's the man.

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best movie ever.

Posted : 10 years, 3 months ago on 31 March 2008 12:20 (A review of Sunshine (2007))

This may be my absolute favorite movie.
And even though the mood is apocalyptic it was oddly enough, a very feel-good movie because it was done so well. Be prepared to be taken out of the real world and thrown into this movie because that is really what happened for me. The acting was great. Cillian Murphy was brilliant.
The theme song for Sunshine, played by Leon Sidik, really added a lot to the movie. I was disappointed that a soundtrack hadn't been released.

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So Good

Posted : 10 years, 3 months ago on 31 March 2008 12:03 (A review of Coheed and Cambria: Live At The Starland Ballroom)

I first heard of Coheed and Cambria back in 2003 after the release of their second album, In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth:3 (which is mind-blowing), but i was young, stupid, and only attracted to the most poppy-sounding song on the record.
It wasn't until my brother had me listen to Live at the Starland Ballroom that i really got into them. I was blown away. I had never heard a band sound so good live. Their sound was so unique and refreshing that I immediately fell in love. The music itself is completely out-of-this-world fascinating and the live record really won me over because i could tell that Claudio Sanchez has a stunning voice, and that he, Travis Stever (guitar), Michael Todd (bass), Josh Eppard (drums, prior to current drummer, Chris Pennie) are very, very talented musicians.
I recommend Starland to everyone. Its life-changing.

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Mysterious Skin

Posted : 10 years, 3 months ago on 30 March 2008 11:45 (A review of Mysterious Skin)

This movie was one of the strangest movies I've ever seen which was the basis of its appeal for me, but it was truly one of the best movies I've ever seen as well.
The emotions and personalities and events it the film were so intense that nothing in the world could have broken my attention to it. The movie says so much about the ways people think and interact based on their past.
The acting was surprisingly believable for the content of the movie. Joseph Gordon-Levitt is such a versatile actor and this movie really showed it.
It was excellent.

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