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Infestation (2009)

Yes, it's true: Hollywood still suffers from an “Infestation” of bad movies.

A slacker on the verge of getting fired hears a shrieking noise that makes everyone pass out. He then wakes up to find he and his office mates sedated and wrapped in webbing. Yes, your initial suspicions are correct. The giant insect film is back. Like using a bargain-brand bug spray, this genre springs to life every couple years. And in typical Hollywood fashion, the slacker must rise to the occasion and become a MAN.


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Valentines Day [User Review]

Valentine's Day (2010)

The movie ‘Valentines Day’ is like a cheese bucket. Not a collection of cheese with variety and flavour, not with nice presentation and proper crackers and bread on the side. It is a bucket of junk full of the broken bits from the bottom of the whole packages, it is not made to be enjoyed. It is there for the sake of ‘must have cheese’ and trade for money only.

Seriously, what a surprise. When you walk into a movie called ‘Valentines Day’ which opens on Valentines Day, you know they are not making art, or experience. But there is nothing wrong with a little bit of cheese from time to time, right? It should be easy going and light hearted, and carry some retard (no, scratch that) simple messages such as ‘love concurs all’ and ‘be loyal to your spouse’, or ‘someone mean-to-be is waiting for you somewhere’. When you walk into this one you should be well prepared cos you know it would be a sure bet to have a full faceful of cheese coming down your way.


David Lynch could have directed one of the original Star Wars episodes


Interesting short bit from an interview where David Lynch talks about George Lucas talking to him to possibly direct one of the original trilogy films. Could have been interesting, but maybe he could have helped make the new ones, you know, not suck instead. We present you all this info short and simple in animated form. :)



David Lynch on IPhone movie watching! Brilliant!


I can't say anything more than watch and enjoy.



Hotties in Haiku: Jennifer Garner


"Alias" was great.

Then Affleck and bad choices.

Now we can care less.


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Twister(1996) This will blow your mind away....and some brain cells too [User Review] [User Review]

Twister (1996)

Mysteriously-funded and irrationally-driven "storm-chasers" gad about the American midwest, trying to throw an aluminum thingy filled with little aluminum thingies into a tornado. They say it's to research these natural disasters. Cue joke about this movie being natural disaster.

Leading the pants-wetting charge is Jo (Helen Hunt) with her team of nonces, including a young, beatnik Philip Seymour Hoffman. Along for the sodden ride is Jo's estranged hubbie and ex-leader of the nonces, Bill (Bill Paxton), with his new psychologist boo, played with closed-kneed stoicism by Jami Gertz; with the talented Cary Elwes as a rival storm-chaser, relegated to Dick Dastardly sniggers.


Space Jam (1996) - One Long Commercial [User Review] [User Review]

Space Jam (1996)

This is a terrible movie, and the fact that Leonard Maltin likes it makes me wonder what happened to his brain cells since he introduced the Golden Jubilee series of Looney Tunes videos in 1985. If you want a good Looney Tunes film, check out any of the compilation flicks like "The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie."

To start the movie off, we're treated to a supposed-to-be-heartwarming scene in which a young Michael (you know, that classic Looney Tunes character Michael Jordan) is playing basketball outside and tells his dad about all the things he wants to do when he grows up. Yeah, like we need to know why a tall, bald, black guy is playing basketball thirty years later. It's definitely not the nine zillion he makes annually, but because it's his boyhood dream. Besides, one line of adult Michael's slushy-voiced dialogue reveals that he's probably not qualified for too many other professions.