Movies

The Brothers Grimm

By Ray Macula / September 29, 2005 /

Monty Python Does European Fables Terry Gilliam of Monty Python makes yet another unique movie in The Brothers Grimm. Heath Ledger and Matt Damon wander the country side of Napoleon dominated Europe “ridding” small towns of their “ghosts” and “witches.” It just turns out to be a coincidence that all these creatures they vanquish happen…

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RED EYE

By Ray Macula / September 29, 2005 /

Or Terror Takes Place In An Entirely Different Movie Good grief, there is no end to crappy movies, even ones which have a budget large enough to pull a third world nation into the black. Cillian Murphy plays the most unconvincing mercenary/assassin ever to rob you of a $6 movie ticket (which appears to be…

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The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy (2005)

By Ryan Livingston / June 2, 2005 /

Unlike most geeks, I read The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy late in life – 24. But I read it and I was glad. Then I learned Douglas Adams was no longer with us, and I wasn’t so glad anymore. Then I heard he’d been working on a screenplay that would be made into a…

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The Village

By Ray Macula / February 24, 2005 /

Or How Could the Man That Directed The 6th Sense and Unbreakable Be Responsible For This Steaming Pile????? OH GOD THE PAIN! The trailers for this movie had me all worked up and ready for grotesque tail about evil little things that went around eating people and the inevitable war that would engulf all the…

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Harold and Kumar Go To White Castle

By Ray Macula / February 24, 2005 /

High Times and Highlights John Cho (American Pie series) and Kal Penn (National Lampoon’s Van Wilder) return as two stoners in search of the American Dream and hamburgers. Kal Penn is Kumar, a slacker hippy type that’s avoiding med school in pursuit of a good time. John Cho is Harold a corporate slave and uptight…

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