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Ex Machina – Movie Review

04/26/2015
Ex Machina

Ex Machina

This is a heady science fiction film.  Before people reach for the X button on their browser, good science fiction is neither about science nor about fiction.  It’s about us. To alleviate any fears that may exist from the word heady, the film contains beer drinking, vodka drinking, nudity (female only) and a disco scene.  I can’t explain the last.

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The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo – 2011 – Movie Review

12/31/2011

The opening titles are worth the price of the ticket.

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The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo – 2009 – Movie Review

10/24/2011

La Femme Nikita, Aeon Flux, Evelyn Salt, rolled into one 88 pound unlikely Swedish package.  This is Lisbeth Salander.  You won’t forget the name.

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Doctor Who – Season 5 (2010) – Back Again – TV Review

12/18/2010

After a long, long wait, the first disk of Doctor Who, Season 5 finally arrived from Netflix.  For Doctor Who fans, you won’t be disappointed.

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Up In The Air (2009) – Movie Review

12/04/2010

Liked this so much the first time, I rented for a second look. (more…)

Salt (2010) – Movie Review

10/23/2010

She’s not Bourne again.  But she’s a fair Elvis.

 

 

 

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Yojimbo (1961) – Movie Review

10/02/2010

Westerns don’t get any better than this Eastern.

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The American (2010) – Movie Review

09/19/2010

Plenty of eye candy here, both nature and human.  However save this one for the DVD rental.

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Eat Pray Love – Movie Review

08/15/2010

Eat, Pray, Love.  If I had done any of these for the 2.25 hours the movie ran, I would’ve been better served. 

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Inception (2010) – Movie Review

08/05/2010

Mission Impossible meets The Matrix.

Leonardo DiCaprio (playing Dom Cobb) finds himself in almost the same haunting memory he was in, in Shutter Island.  That is, searching for the truth about his wife and two children.  I’m sure this was purely coincidental, but it is an interesting aside.

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