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obsession: Doctor Who (I’m wallowing in DVDs…) boyfriend: Lee Pace in Pushing Daisies (three more episodes to go *sigh*) psyched: absolutely nothing (I’m exhausted from being psyched for so many movies — time for a break) dreading: Bedtime Stories (Zohan notwithstanding, I’m still not an Adam Sandler fan) enemy: the makers of Delgo (how could … more…

bias update

obsession: Doctor Who (I’m wallowing in DVDs…) boyfriend: Lee Pace in Pushing Daisies (I’m making the most of him while the show is still on the air) psyched: The Spirit (the best-dressed savior for the city ever?) dreading: Bedtime Stories (Zohan notwithstanding, I’m still not an Adam Sandler fan) enemy: the makers of Delgo (how … more…

bias update

obsession: Doctor Who (I’m wallowing in DVDs…) boyfriend: Lee Pace in Pushing Daisies (I’m making the most of him while the show is still on the air) psyched: The Tale of Despereaux (a mouse who wants to be a hero? adorable) dreading: Bedtime Stories (Zohan notwithstanding, I’m still not an Adam Sandler fan) enemy: anyone … more…

shocking news: Adam Sandler hates movie critics

Spotted at the IMDB’s WENN: Adam Sandler has blamed the media for influencing his box office ratings – because they never write good things about him. The funnyman ignores critics who deliberately write bad reviews of his films but he is angry when their opinions influence the public. But hasn’t Sandler heard that we critics … more…

You Don’t Mess with the Zohan (review)

I’m overstating a little: I cannot honestly say that I *loved* ‘Zohan.’ But in a relative sense, given my history with Sandler, it is a huge admission to me to say that I kinda got a kick out of this silly movie.

The Omega Code (review)

Maybe you’ve heard of The Omega Code. This is the ‘Christian thriller’ that shocked Hollywood last year by breaking into the box office top 10, if only momentarily, playing on only a handful screens across the Bible Belt. Why Hollywood was shocked is a bit of a mystery: The independently produced The Omega Code is illogical, anti-intellectual, tedious, and absurd, but no more so than any given Adam Sandler movie. Why should religious folks be any more discriminating than the vast secular majority? A real shock would be if, say, The Insider was such a blockbuster that Mattel cashed in with Jeffrey Wigand inaction figures.