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Motherhood Review

September 28, 2010 Leave a comment

This movie is rot! A festering, bloated corpse riddled with bubonic plagued maggots. A horrific and vile extrusion of unorganized partially digested sewage. If it’s not totally obvious, I hated this movie! I hated everything about it. I hated the stupid and frivolous dialog and the moronic, unrealistic and foreseeable story. This movie isn’t good enough to hold trash. It isn’t good enough to be used as sewer pipes. I wouldn’t feed this garbage to rats. I wouldn’t even throw this at bad actors; it’s not even worth being compared to rotten tomatoes. To do so would be an extreme insult to the rotting fruit.

I suggest to whoever wrote this ridiculous script to go into hiding, because if I ever meet that person, I’m going to make them give me back my precious 89 minutes that I just wasted watching this skull sucking scraps they called a film.

There was nothing quirky about this film, there was nothing heartfelt. It was a pretentious collection of complaints, unrealistic situations and whiny, wambulance needing people!

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(Untitled) Review

September 25, 2010 Leave a comment

It is ironic that this movie didn’t play sound for a lot of people on Netflix. My theory is that they were trying to spare you from all of the terrible “music” they played. Or perhaps your computers have real taste in music and did you the favor.

Well, I got sound on my Samsung BDP download and I got to experience first hand the awful, but quite funny noises that Adam Goldberg’s character called music. The first time you hear it is quite funny. I must’ve laughed for a good 5 minutes. It never got old.

I enjoyed this movie, I didn’t love it, but it was very funny at times. However, I was under the impression that this was going to be a comedy, that I was going to be laughing all through out. Now there were some really funny scenes, but the movie was more of a drama than anything and a very nicely done one at that. It is just labeled incorrectly. I loved the story and I enjoyed the acting very much.

The story is very odd, but interesting. Goldberg plays a very unique individual that you would just love to hate, however there is something amazing about him that you end up liking. I have a friend like that. I often wonder what I see in him, but he is brilliant and a good story teller much like this character.

Amelia Review

September 21, 2010 Leave a comment

This movie is so sad, but not because of the terrible fate that Amelia eventually endured, but because of the lack of respect this movie showed about her life. The producers of this movie should be ashamed of themselves for making this film. They cared more about making this movie big and dramatic without ever defining who she really was and that is an insult of the worst kind.

This movie is two hours of what seemed like incoherent snippets of Amelia’s life put together almost randomly. The relationship between Amelia and George was as fake as a three dollar bill and Swanks performance was as mechanical as a cheap Timex watch. Watching this movie the first thing you notice is that they never bother to tell you a full story. They start telling a part of Amelia’s life and before you know it they close the book on it without giving you any details about it. It’s like they tell you the start of the story and the end without giving you the meat of the story. I don’t know about anyone else, but that is an extremely boring way to tell a story and I can’t imagine anyone enjoying it.

I love the story of Amelia Earhart. I love what she stood for and all of the work she did. To have her life told in such a pathetic way is not only insulting to her but to all of the people who cared and admired her. Shame on Fox Home Entertainment.

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