I can’t believe I forgot to blog about this, but I did. At any rate, I saw The Matrix Reloaded this week-end, and I thought it was outstanding. I am not sure what the hell the crtics were carping about, or what they wanted, but I sure as hell loved it. Go see it.
I saw Comedian today and have to admit it was worth the time. A couple of quick notes:
– Orny Adams is funny as shit and I would like to see him.
– Colin Quinn is much funier in a casual situation than he was on SNL. He seems like someone you would want to hang out with.
– If anyone has seen this on DVD, I would love to know who is performing the Jazz piece during the set-up screen (where you choose to play, scene select, etc.).
– Seinfeld is still pretty damn funny.
I guess I will not be wasting my money on Tears of the Sun. here are some selected quotes from the NY Times review:
The audience’s tears are more likely to result from boredom, irritation at Hans Zimmer’s wretched fake-world-music score and inadvertent amusement at the thunderously earnest dialogue and Ms. Bellucci’s awkward line readings. (She has now made movies in three languages; whether she can act in any of them is an open question.)
All of this aside, the film’s bogus, deliberately na
I just saw Signs. I was disappointed. I think M. Night has caught Tarantino syndrome- each movie gets progressively worse.