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Hometown:
Montreal, Quebec
Favorite Movies:
A Walk to Remember, The Breakfast Club, Edward Scissorhands, Gladiator, American History X, Save the Last Dance, Finding Nemo, Little Miss Sunshine, Ice Age, Bonnie and Clyde
Favorite Actors:
Johnny Depp, Matt Damon, Natalie Portman, Heath Ledger, Leonardo DiCaprio, Edward Norton, Scarlett Johansson, Amanda Bynes, Reese Witherspoon, James McAvoy, Jake Gyllenhaal, Charlize Theron, Angelina Jolie, Cary Grant, Christina Ricci, Robert De Niro
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  • Bombon: El Perro

    Bombon: El Perro (2004)

    March 18, 2009

    This movie was at once endearing and funny. Villegas' expressions were excellent and practically told the story by themsleves. The plot was different and refreshing.

  • How To Marry A Millionaire

    How To Marry A Millionaire (1953)

    January 02, 2009

  • Australia

    Australia (2008)

    December 24, 2008

  • Bolt

    Bolt (2008)

    November 29, 2008

    "Bolt" is an endearing movie with adorable characters and a relatively good script. It will entertain children and adults alike.

  • The Scarlet Letter

    The Scarlet Letter (1995)

    November 29, 2008

    This film is described as a "free adaptation" of Hawthorne's novel ... and, boy, do they mean "free". Aside from character names, location, and the scarlet letter itself, the film barely bore any resemblance to original story. The acting was mediocre, the script cheesy, and the plot so ridiculously hollywoodized and cheap that this film is an insult to Hawthorne's classic.

  • Pride and Glory

    Pride and Glory (2008)

    November 02, 2008

    "Pride and Glory" had the backbone of a good film, but lacked the character development, background, good directing, and smart script to get it there. For a cop movie, it was mediocre. Norton should be praised for, as always, making the most of his role.

  • Good Night, And Good Luck

    Good Night, And Good Luck (2005)

    October 26, 2008

    What a fantastic film about one of the most important men in media history. Having heavily studied Edward R. Murrow, I loved seeing his story portrayed in film in such an artistic and historically-correct way. Clooney created a masterpiece with this story.

  • Inside Man

    Inside Man (2006)

    October 26, 2008

    This exciting story did not have enough twists or intelligent dialogue to fully pull me into the story. I found Foster's character kind of flat and while Washington was good, Owen could have been more interesting. I think the movie suffered from trying to straddle the line between action flick and psychological thriller.

  • Flags of Our Fathers

    Flags of Our Fathers (2006)

    October 26, 2008

    Aside from the superb cinematography, directing, and ensemble cast, "Flags of Our Fathers" made an impact on me in its focus on the American media machine, rather than the actual fighting. Eastwood conveyed extremely important messages about the media, America's attitude towards war, and hypocrisy in government ? and he did so in subtle ways that show his skill as a director. This movie is a must-see for all North Americans.

  • The Bishop's Wife

    The Bishop's Wife (1948)

    October 05, 2008

    I was unimpressed and bored by this film. Sure, Cary Grant had some "moments" and the idea was good enough but the execution didn't cut it.

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