I just hung up on a telemarketer, and it felt good. That’s all I wanted to say.
The Departed is the most fun I had watching a movie in a movie theatre in 2006. (The packed audience was into the movie, everyone jumping, reacting, listening, dreading at the same moments. I’m happy to watch most movies with a minimal audience, but in this case, my initial viewing experience may have been improved by the presence of such a good audience.) It’s been well over a decade since
This Doomsday Clock doesn’t look so scary to me. You think they’d put flames around it, or have it dripping with blood or something.
I agree with everything Roger Ebert says, that Red River is a film that captures “the exhilaration of being on a horse under the big sky with a job to do and a paycheck at the other end. [It is] one of the greatest of all Westerns…” It’s a bit chauvinist in its portrayal of women, but it’s easy to overlook such qualities because it is so damn entertaining (things
An Inconvenient Truth isn’t really a movie. It’s a message about global warming and the end of the world in the form of a presentation given by Al Gore. But it’s solid science and it’s still worth watching — even if you think you already know everything about global warming. Even if temperature on the planet isn’t being affected by man-made pollution, it’s still pollution that’s slowly poisoning ecosystems around