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Posted by Luminaire on August 19, 2008
Pineapple Express
Pineapple Express Def. a great summer for comedic movies. 10/10
Posted by Luminaire on August 19, 2008
Step Brothers
Step Brothers Mary Steenburgen is like a fine wine, she gets more beautiful with age. Ted Danson is a lucky undeserving fuck in my opinion. Anywayyyy i loved this movie and it was hilarious. Def. right about it about the movie getting dull toward the end but it kept me laughing up til then and kicked it up a notch with the lumberjack. 8/10
Posted by Luminaire on July 22, 2008
The Dark Knight
The Dark Knight Bruce Wayne's parents were killed when he was a child, so props to the kid they had playing Bruce Wayne, because he acted with emotion. NOT CHRISTIAN BALE.
Posted by Luminaire on July 20, 2008
The Dark Knight
The Dark Knight bluemeanie hit it right on the head as usual
Posted by Luminaire on March 03, 2008
Billy Madison
Billy Madison Someone needs to revoke his ability to write reviews for saying something like that.
Posted by Luminaire on March 03, 2008
Billy Madison
Billy Madison Your writing skills are at a 5th grade level.
Posted by Luminaire on March 03, 2008
The Godfather
The Godfather if you were funny, you wouldn't have to laugh at your own jokes.
Posted by Luminaire on January 30, 2008
Batman & Robin
Batman & Robin Uma Thurman was hot though, so i give her a free pass, and Clooney will always get a free pass because hes Clooney. 2.6/10
Posted by Luminaire on January 27, 2008
Rambo
Rambo I have to agree that i was satisfied, but i think even after all the great violent action, they could of added a little more to the story line, like one single antagonist. and the group he ushers up the river just frustrated me and annoyed me. def. a worthy sequel and very satisfying.
Posted by Luminaire on January 10, 2008
Batman Forever
Batman Forever Anyone who watched Batman Begins will forget about this poor excuse of a Batman movie.
Posted by Luminaire on November 22, 2007
Spider-Man
Spider-Man Magical movie, and many people can relate and wish they were Peter Parker because i sure wish i was. 10/10
Posted by Luminaire on November 22, 2007
Spider-Man 3
Spider-Man 3 Whats really insane is that James Franco is in better shape then Tobey Mcguire, i think they should have left out Sandman completely and just focused on Venom and Harry as the bad guys for this movie. As for Sam Raimi killing the franchise? I think Spider-Man 4 will tell us if he really did, if there will be a Spider-man 4.
Posted by Luminaire on November 22, 2007
The Assassination Of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford
The Assassination Of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford Brad Pitt is the most underrated actor in Hollywood. He doesn't get much love for his work but if you think about it, hes made a lot of great movies. Flawless movie and a good depiction in the review Bluemeanie. 10/10
Posted by Luminaire on November 22, 2007
Night At The Museum
Night At The Museum This movie wasn't bad, it did not look appealing at all to me when i first heard about it, and it was a bit on the corny side. 6.8/10
Posted by Luminaire on November 22, 2007
Batman Begins
Batman Begins This is exactly what Batman should have been. Batman Forever, Batman and Robin are complete garbage and this movie proves it. This franchise hopefully will continue to grow when The Dark Knight comes out and i have high hopes for it. 9.3/10
Posted by Luminaire on November 22, 2007
American History X
American History X Edward Norton is scary in his role here, and i agree Ethan Suplee gets the shaft. Hes involved in movies like Blow, Butterfly Effect and Now American History X and he doesn't get a chance to show his talents. I still have to turn away when he "steps" on somebody. 9.1/10
Posted by Luminaire on November 22, 2007
Private Parts
Private Parts Love Howard Stern, people look at his as grotesque, immature and a pig, but the man has really changed the face of radio as we know it. The worlds needs one or two people like Howard Stern to push the limits and step beyond the boundaries everyones so afraid to cross. 8.5/10
Posted by Luminaire on November 22, 2007
Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy
Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy This movie was alright, i look at it as a stepping stone for his other movies like Talladega Nights and Blades of Glory which i found to be very funny. 7/10
Posted by Luminaire on November 22, 2007
The Condemned
The Condemned Nice concept, better then the Running Man, but could of been a lot better. 5/10
Posted by Luminaire on November 22, 2007
Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind
Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind I was browsing through the IMDB 250 greatest movies of all time and i came across this movie and noticed Jim Carey was in a dramatic role. I remember watching the commercials for this movie and they didn't initially grab me. By the great reviews for this movie, I had to watch it and I am glad i did. Its one of the greatest movies for a reason. The director made sure the viewer thought they were watching an acid trip, as the art is abstract and beautiful and the acting is top notch. This movie is about despair and depression and then it brings you hope and possibility. The only way i can see someone not liking this movie is because they have never loved and lost, or been in a relationship where it had reached the sealing and the fall was easier then the climb up. If you've never felt the way these characters have then you have truly never lived. I can name a few people i would love to erase, and the concept of this movie is brilliant. 10/10
Posted by Luminaire on May 26, 2007
Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World's End
Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World's End Great movie and great ending, don't think its as good as Lord of the Rings trilogy though, but its still a damn good trilogy.
Posted by Luminaire on May 06, 2007
Spider-Man 3
Spider-Man 3 bluemeanie you hit the nail on the fucking head. I did think Topher wasn't bad as Venom, and i think James Franco's reprise of Harry wasn't bad either. Bruce Campbell steals the movie in his 5 minute scene and Tobey to me seemed different this time around then in the previous Spiderman movies. I don't want a fourth, but i'd have to see it simply because of the fact that its Spiderman. 4/10
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