Movie Reviews Category

Posts related to movies and my opinions on how good or bad they were.

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Nov 9 | The Anchorman Movie Review

Movie Review for The Anchorman (2004) Directed by: Adam McKay Starring: Will Ferrell, Christina Applegate Rated: PG-13 Runs: 104 min To be frank, The Anchorman was a movie that I was not too keen to watch, because I hadn’t heard of it, and it seemed more like a documentary about a certain anchorman rather than […]

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Oct 21 | Narayama Busiko Movie Review

Movie Review for Narayama Bushiko (1983) Directed by: Shohei Imamura Starring: Ken Ogata, Sumiko Sakamoto Rated: Unrated Runs: 130 min A beautiful and irresistible film, although definitely not something to see in the melancholier times. It recounts the story of Tatsuhei being subject to a brutal survival scheme by having to carry his mother, Orin, […]

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Sep 23 | Movie Review for Pirates of the Caribbean

Movie Review for Pirates of the Caribbean (2003) Directed by: Gore Verbinski Starring: Johnny Depp, Geoffrey Rush, Orlando Bloom, Keira Knightley Rated: PG-13 Runs: 143 min Jack Sparrow (Depp) is a character who is hard to like and hard to dislike at the same time, which makes watching the movie all the more fun. At […]

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Sep 22 | Movie Review for Daredevil

Movie Review for Daredevil (2003) Directed by: Mark Steven Johnson Starring: Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner, Colin Farrell Rated: PG-13 Runs: 103 min With Ben Affleck it’s hard to not be watching a film that involves romance and some good action. I was very much satisfied in watching this movie (partly because I saw it on […]

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Mar 21 | Movie Review: Along Came Polly

I saw “Along Came Polly” today at Champs Elysees, with Ben Stiller as Reuben Feffer, a over-cautious risk assesment analysist who marries Lisa Kramer (Debra Messing). Lisa ends up (doing stuff) with Claude (Hank Azaria), a french scuba instructor, on the first day of the honeymoon, and thus Reuben returns home alone, left to fend […]

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Jan 18 | Movie Review: The Last Samura

I saw “The Last Samurai” yesterday. It was better than I thought it would be, and as always with Hollywood, the scale of the movie was big. Its not all action, though, and theres not too much love (like Pearl Harbour) and stuff to taint the theme. I liked the story behind it, and although […]

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