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April 14, 2004 3:58pm
I've added a bunch of new movie reviews over the past month, and I guess the only way you could get to them was through google or imdb. Oops, my mistake. Here is a list of all the movie reviews I've done recently:
25th Hour
All the President's Men
American Splendor
Boiler Room
Dazed and Confused
Empire Records
Falling Down
Pink Floyd The Wall
Rebel Without A Cause
Rudy
The Natural
 
March 2, 2004 12:46am
Well, looks like it's been exactly a month since this page was last updated, maybe I'll have to consolidate a few sections into one. I've finally got the ball rolling, and I hope to give you some fresh content every day, starting ... NOW. Here's my review of the 1993 classic, Dazed and Confused
February 2, 2004 11:46am
I actually watched the Super Bowl half-time show last night, and for the most part it was horrible. There was one shining moment right at the end when Justin Timberlake ripped a piece off Janet Jackson's top, revealing one of her breasts (although there was some sort of a pasty on it, the nipple was still partially exposed). I'd have to say that was probably the most shocking Super Bowl-related moment I have ever witnessed. It was barely enough to make up for the rest of the show, which included such washed-up artists as Nelly, Kid Rock, and Jessica Simpson.
December 29, 2003 1:06am
I'm not sure if anyone else is following this, but I'm really excited about The Rum Diary, which is in production right now and due to be released sometime in the upcoming year. This will be the second adaptation of a Hunter S. Thompson novel, following the cult hit Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Where the Buffalo Roam was also a semi-biographical take on Thompson's life. Every day I'm amazed that the great gonzo journalist is still alive. He's had more drugs in his body than your local pharmacy will ever stock.
December 28, 2003 9:35pm

For those of you that haven't been keeping up with entertainment news in the past week, here's what you may have missed: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King has cleaned up at the box office, but anyone could have predicted that. Alan Bates died of pancreatic cancer at age 69 (only I, the great prophet of death, saw that one coming), and Michael Jackson is desperately trying to save his career by denying all charges against him (here's a shocker: I believe him!)