Blog Entries:

Movie and Book Reviews

Italian Author, Umberto Eco’s The Name of the Rose Is One of the Most Compelling Books I’ve Ever Read

The Secret Lives of Bees with Queen Latifa and Dakota Fanning is Sad and Spectacular

Award Winning Slumdog Millionaire is One of the Best Movies of the Year

W. - A Movie Review By Kush

Nicholas Cage Makes One of His Worst Movies Yet with “Bangkok Dangerous”

Bride Wars with Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway is Cute but Predictable

You Suck, A Love Story, by Christopher Moore, Though Funny, Isn’t His Best

Sex and War, by Potts and Hayden, is a Fascinating Look at the Biological Bases of War

Shia LeBeouf and Billy Bob Thornton are Great in Eagle Eye

Brad Pitt Gives a Great Performance in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

Reese Witherspoon and Vince Vauhn Have Fun in Four Christmases

Linda Bacon’s Health at Every Size is a Life-Changing Experience about Weight, Food and Life

James Bond Quantum of Solace with Daniel Craig is Dark and Awesome

The Late Michael Crichton’s Next, Though Politically Charged, Is Not His Best

Leonardo DiCaprio and Russell Crowe are Excellent in Ridley Scott’s Body of Lies

Sean William Scott and Paul Rudd are Awesome in the Consistently Hilarious Role Models

My Best Friend's Girl, with Dane Cook and Kate Hudson is Great Laughs and Silly Antics

Tina Fey’s Baby Mama, Starring Amy Poehler, is Pretty Funny

Irvine Welsh's Glue, Though Long, is a Fascinating Character Piece

Ben Stiller's Tropic Thunder with Jack Black and Robert Downey Jr. Lambasts Hollywood as This Summer's Sensational Satire

Chuck Palahniuk's Rant is Classically Twisted and Testimony to a Fascinating Mind

Rogen and Franco Do a Great Job in the Bizarre and Twisted Pineapple Express

Mummy III, Tomb of the Dragon Emperor, with Frasier and Jet Li Lives up to First Two

Movie Reviews Rehashed - Links to Everything I've Reviewed

Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly's Step Brothers Proves Surprisingly Funny and Filled with One-Liners

Mamma Mia!, as Reviewed by Lisa, Receives Wonderful Accolades for Spirit and Fun

My Movie Forecast for the Remainder of the Summer

Batman - Nolan’s Dark Knight, with Bale, Ledger, and Caine, is Nothing Short of Sensational

Guillermo del Toro’s Hellboy 2: Ron Pearlman is Bigger, Badder and More Entertaining than Ever

Wanted: Action-Packed but Something’s Wanting

Preparing for Bale’s Batman and Ledger’s Joker

Will Smith's, Hancock, a Mixture of Mood-Muddling and Action-Adventure, Comes Out Pleasing Audiences

Nolan's New Batman Film, Dark Knight, Pre-Selling Out

Get Smart: Savvy, Sophisticated and Good Old Fashioned Fun

The Incredible Hulk: Not Incredible but Entertaining

Shyamalan’s The Happening Sucks Donkey Balls

Movie Review: What Happens in Vegas

Indiana Jones, cont. but really about Sex and the City

Indiana Jones and the Temple of something something - plus Chef’s Chocolate Salty Balls

Lakeview Terrace with Samuel L. Jackson is Not As Bad As I’d Have Thought

Andrew Davidson’s Debut Novel, The Gargoyle, is Worth Every Penny of the 1.25 Million He Was Advanced

Book Recommendation: The Book (yes, that's right - the Bible)

Chef’s Chocolate Salty Balls

Bride Wars - 5

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button - 7.5

Four Christmases - 5

Quantum of Solace - 8

Body of Lies - 7

Role Models - 8

My Best Friend’s Girl - 7.5

Tropic Thunder - 8

Pineapple Express - 8

Mummy III - 5.5

Step Brothers - 7

Batman - 10

Hellboy II - 8

Wanted - 5

Hancock - 7

Get Smart - 8

The Incredible Hulk - 6

The Happening - 1

What Happens in Vegas - 7

Indiana Jones and the Temple of the Crystal Skull - 7.5

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