Sunday, September 23, 2007

September 25th, 2007 Releases

Knocked Up

Leo Says: Way too funny. Crude and brilliant in the tradition of 40 year old virgin. 10/10

Kate Says: I agree with what Leo said; however, I found this movie to have a little more substance than '40 Year Old Virgin,' if you can believe that. Of course, "Knocked Up" was chock full of crude humour and whatnot, but it is essentially a story of two strangers dealing with having a child together, and I was surprised at how intelligent this movie actually was (like I said though, it definately had adequate hilarity of all sorts). I highly recommend watching this; it will have you laughing throughout and it actually has a good story too!

Zwartboek (Black Book)


Leo Says: I completely lost myself in this piece of entertainment. The blue screen stuff was extremely obvious; the acting was cheesy as hell; the script had surprisingly few holes and over all it really wasn't particularly good. However I was thoroughly entertained. 8/10 for entertainment purposes and 5/10 for quality..

"My Name Is Earl" Season Two

Kate Says: I've seen the entire first season and absolutely loved it, and from the season two episodes I have caught on TV this season does not dissapoint. This is such a hilarious, loveable show. It's 'stupid' humour, but it actually has some depth to it. Very much worth watching.


Kate Says: This is one of those films that leaves you at first wondering if you hated it or loved it...after some contemplation I have decided that I'm leaning more towards 'loved it.' The first thing people should know about this movie is that it is not an "attack of the killer bugs" horror flick. Rather, it chronicles two individuals' descent into complete, immobilizing paranoia and insanity. There's not a whole lot more I can say without giving away the movie, but if you're looking for a stylish, odd look into the paranoid psyche, this is a great watch...if you're wanting a zombie-spider slasher flick, this is not the movie you want. The acting was quite amazing, and while very strange, this film will have you thinking. If you pay attention to the symbolism, the movie is even more of a treat. Not for the squeamish, "Bug" was an impactful piece of cinematography.

Ten Canoes

Eye of the Dolphin


The TV Set

Ringu 0: B√Ęsudei / Rasen


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