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[19 Jul 2007 | 7 Comments | ]
A Closer Look at Transformers

So…here’s a look at the origins of the movie Transformers and some of my thoughts on them.

Optimus Prime – In my opinion the best adaptation from toy/comic/cartoon to movie out of all of the Transformers represented. Optimus has all of the classic elements while still being modern. Getting Peter Cullen to do the voice was a great plus.
Bumblebee – A lot of fans have issues with Bumblebee being a Camaro instead of a VW Bug, which I can understand…if you are gay.
Jazz – Only issue here is …

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[6 Jul 2007 | 11 Comments | ]

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[3 May 2007 | 5 Comments | ]

Grindouse is a schlock, B-movie double-feature by this generations “renegade” directors (Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino for those not in the know). The films feature fake trailers by famous horror-movie directors, purposefully scratchy film quality, 70’s-era special effects, and typical Taranntino dialogue. Are they “good” movies? Not really, but it is fucking awesome…

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[13 Feb 2006 | One Comment | ]

If you’ve ever read any of my reviews you know that they are usually brief and to the point…just like this one is going to be. Vampires fighting werewolves is just plain cool regardless of the movie that it takes place in so the Underworld franchise gets points for that without trying…

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[21 Jun 2005 | 2 Comments | ]

I tend to get really pissed off when comic book movies stray from theirsource materials. I was hurt when I learned Spider-Man‘s webs actually came from his wrists instead of web launchers that he made. But in the end this was forgivable because the good outweighed the bad…

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[22 Nov 2004 | 10 Comments | ]

Now even though the column this is from in Premiere Magazine has a satirical approach to film criticism, truer words have never been written by any film critic. BATMAN AND ROBIN is one of the worst movies ever made in the history of Hollywood…

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[5 Oct 2003 | No Comment | ]

I’m gonna sine your pitty on the runny kine. Ima sine, cappa my jammy… wadda-tah. Sa da tay.

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[15 May 2003 | No Comment | ]

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Ghastly haikus by Bobby Jones

Bobby may pretend to take the high road by only contributing three whole haikus to our site, but it still doesn’t change the fact that he did it. In fact, the idea that he only submitted three leads me to believe that he actually thinks these are good or something.

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[25 Feb 2003 | No Comment | ]

I’m really kind of upset about this movie. Being a lifelong Daredevil fan, I really hoped that they wouldn’t screw this one up. I’ll say this first: even if you have never read a Daredevil in your life, this still isn’t a very good movie…

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[10 Feb 2003 | No Comment | ]

Add an aging Al Pacino who is again playing himself (I hate admitting this, cause Al rocks, but…) and a young, hip Colin Farrell and you’ve got The Recruit, the newest generic spy-thriller from Roger Donaldson, director of other generic films such as Dante’s Peak, Species, and The Getaway…