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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…

Delgo (review)

It’s a good thing I just bought the *Wall-E* DVD, because I’m gonna need to watch it at least a dozen times to scrub the horrors of *Delgo* out of my brain.

my week at the movies: ‘The Day the Earth Stood Still,’ ‘Doubt,’ ‘Nothing Like the Holidays,’ ‘Yes Man,’ ‘What Doesn’t Kill You,’ ‘Delgo,’ ‘The Tale of Despereaux,’ ‘Valkyrie’ (and on stage, ‘Equus’)

I mentioned in comments here how December for film critics is so insanely busy it feels like there’s no time to sleep. A week like this is what makes me feel this way. Today’s not so bad, as far as being jam-packed with screenings goes, except that today my first screening was at 10am, and … more…

trailer break: ‘Delgo’

Take a break from work: watch a movie trailer… Oh, fantastic: creatures with corpselike plasticine faces, imagery stolen directly from the Star Wars prequel trilogy, thunderous belching, and injuries to alien crotches*. What more do you need from a movie? (*Because, despite James T. Kirk’s discoveries to the contrary, everyone throughout the universe keeps their … more…