21 June 2008


This really poorly structured and hap-hazard documentary shows why Think Films makes one good documentary in ten.

This documentary was so unsmart and unfunny, that the preview of Aristocrats drove me to watch that again instead.

Maybe 10 of the 90 minutes of this was noteworthy. And both the right and left-wing talked at cross purposes and said absolutely nothing.

The linguists and Bill Maher were the highlight... oh and Billy Connelly.


Saw it yet again.

Gilbert Gottfried continues to be the funniest one in this documentary.

19 June 2008

Don't Mess with the Zohan

And don't watch this movie, unless 9 minutes of laughs in a 90 minute movie is your idea of fun.


Next to Chan-wook Park's vengeance trilogy (Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance, Oldboy, Lady Vengeance), this is the most disturbing film I've seen.

It is important. It is good. It is not easy to watch.

The plot is about kidnapping, slavery, and the train of people shipped through the Mexican border into the United States for sale to others.

Happy stuff.


I do not know how to review this movie.

It is both amazing and confusing at the same time.

Not the subject matter.

Just Guy Ritchie is not smart enough to pull off this script.

I recommend watching it, but I can't even tell you what it's about... because it's not what you think.

That's all I'm going to say. Sorry.

16 June 2008

The Pick of Destiny

Go find all the songs from the film on youtube instead of watching the movie. That's pretty much all the good stuff.

In Short:
Movie bad.
Music good.