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About Michael

Binghamton, New York
Favorite Movies:
Little Miss Sunshine, American Beauty, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Gladiator, Fight Club, The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, Garden State, Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, The Shawshank Redemption, 300, Rock Haven, V for Vendetta, Forrest Gump, Love Actually, Brokeback Mountain, 2 Fast 2 Furious, Lost In Translation, Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End, Saving Private Ryan, Munich, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, Crash, Latter Days, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Batman Begins, Transamerica, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial, Kill Bill: Volume 2, Kill Bill: Volume 1, Rain Man, The Prestige, A Beautiful Mind, The Sixth Sense, Spider-Man, Donnie Darko, Edward Scissorhands, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Dead Poets Society, Monsters, Inc., The 40 Year Old Virgin, Save the Last Dance, Transformers, Home Alone, Beauty and the Beast, Toy Story, Finding Nemo, Back to the Future, Blood Diamond, Blow, Cruel Intentions, Girl, Interrupted, Grease, Jarhead, Knocked Up, Meet the Parents, Napoleon Dynamite, Pan's Labyrinth, The Boondock Saints, The Breakfast Club, The Devil Wears Prada, The Lion King, Troy, X-Men, The Sound of Music, The Wizard of Oz, Ghost, Casablanca
Favorite Actors:
Jack Nicholson, Keira Knightley, Chris Evans, Jessica Alba, Jake Gyllenhaal, Scarlett Johansson, Gerard Butler, Drew Barrymore, Daniel Craig, Jerry O'Connell, Rupert Everett, Jesse Metcalfe, Helena Bonham Carter, Michael Wong, Alan Rickman, Tobey Maguire, Mark Wahlberg, Ian McKellen, Mario Lˇpez, Al Pacino, Steve Carell, Christopher Meloni, Ewan McGregor, Robert Gant, Adam Garcia, Tag Eriksson, Vin Diesel, Jensen Ackles, Daniel Henney, George Clooney, Kerr Smith, Gary Oldman, Julian McMahon, Dean Cain, Matthew Perry, James Purefoy, Matthew Fox, Rick Rossovich, Christopher Lee, Russell Crowe, Tom Hanks, Brendan Fraser, Hugh Jackman, Ben Stiller, Zach Braff, Patrick Wilson, Forest Whitaker, Hugh Laurie, Bruce Lee, Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, Cate Blanchett, Angelina Jolie, RenÚe Zellweger, Halle Berry, Lucy Liu, Kate Hudson, Natalie Portman, Liv Tyler, Julia Stiles, Salma Hayek, Emma Thompson, Tim Burton, Rachel Griffiths, Frances Conroy, Kathy Bates, Lauren Ambrose, Michael C. Hall, Peter Krause
Passionate About Movies,when I watch these movies it's way to let loose in to the realm of the unknown and be taken away by characters and story. Mah Personal rating, yo! 5 stars-- perfect and amazing - Oscar Worthy 4.5 stars-- A far superior film 4 stars-- Great Film 3.5 stars-- Well made and good. 3 stars-- Good film. 2.5 stars-- Worth Watching 2 stars-- Not very good - Pass the time 1.5-- Bad Movie. 1 star-- Terrible film. 0.5 star-- 100 percent trash!

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  • The Wedding Banquet (Xi yan)

    The Wedding Banquet (Xi yan) (1993)

    May 11, 2012

    This is such an amzing masterpiece by Ang Lee back in his younger novice days as a filmmaker. A Pre-Brokeback period about love, familt and tradition. I love how cross cultural differences and sexual interpretations in modern society and traditional lore collide. I highly recommend to watch this hidden gem of the 90's.

  • Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

    Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal ... (2008)

    May 23, 2008

    I must admit I had relatively low expectations for this film, considering that there have been virtually no worthwhile movies made in the last decade, with the exception of the LOTR trilogy. Even that had it's groan-inducing moments when the CG features became overwhelming to the point of absurdity, but I digress. Overall the film was passable, but not up to the standards of the original trilogy. It ranks ahead of Temple of Doom, but way behind Raiders and The Last Crusade.

    The weakest point was the characters. There were too many "old friends" of Indy's whom we had never seen before, underwent virtually no character development, and were therefore pretty meaningless. It was great to see Marion again, but her role was so small it was like she was not even in the movie.

    The plot was another deficiency. The military applications of a magical skull that causes insanity seem limited - but then again, so do the military applications of a saber after the invention of gunpowder. I did not care for the surrealist ending with the flying saucer. How the Spanish conquistadors managed to rob a hyper-advanced civilization ruled over by trans-dimensional aliens, but then get themselves killed by some natives and interred in their cemetery, I'll never know.

    The special effects were, as usual, dazzling. We know you can do cool special effects, now please just do a good story and it was a good movie not great but just satisfying. Overall 4 out of 5...and deserves to be on my DVD rack

  • Cloverfield

    Cloverfield (2008)

    January 26, 2008

    Cloverfield is something that might just be the shocking truth about what could actually happen to any one of us, even though it might not be now but it is possible. And to see it on full screen motion picture is unbelievable. The direction is of course like Blair Witch, but this is what the director wants us to feel, that is to see in a vid-cam perspective, something that hollywood has not done before (exclude horror films). It might not be your cup of tea but it was interesting, graphics -FX were definitely on the roll here. Overall, my $6 was worth it! The fact that it makes up throw up because its only for people who cant stand these vertigo's.

  • Rock Haven

    Rock Haven (2007)

    January 22, 2008

    Since I'd taken a class in Sex, Gender and Culture class, I immerse myself into gender based films because they were always thought provoking and idealistic. A friend recommended me this flick which is featured in the Philadelphia Film Festival last December. This flick really defied the stereotypes of being a gay christian.Writer/director David Lewis (writer of the best-selling hit Under One Roof) crafts an emotionally realistic drama that instead of shying away from the complex nature of sexuality and spirituality embraces both topics uninhibitedly. Each character's passionate beliefs are respectfully on display, and Lewis shows how the soul, mind and heart can co-exist when generosity, love and the act of grace enter the picture.I would recommend this one to anybody with an open heart about love.

    Rock Haven is a picturesque seaside town that is about to become the setting for one man├?┬?s spiritual conflict. Although he├?┬?s a devout Christian whose mother is starting a religious school in the small coastal town, he├?┬?s about to be tempted by a charming young man with good looks and a carefree attitude. But how can his anti-homosexual beliefs coincide with what his heart and his body want him to do--and what choice will he ultimately make in the shadow of his mother and the church?

  • Juno

    Juno (2007)

    January 13, 2008

    Juno is what we need to portray the issues of teen pregnancy and I truly believe that it is a great way to portray it in a better light. Teen pregnancy could be good and the movie clearly pro-life! Ellen page is amazing so as Michael himself, from Arrested Devp. which I love to watch. Great collaboration, story. Characters are real, not sketchy and realistic. It defies some stereotypes and most importantly, it makes someone to define themselves for who they are without changing oneself for society. I think its empowering, original and witty! At the end, it is the satisfaction you get between the relationship and the love they share. Screenwriting is contemporary, not overtly dramtic and right thru the heart. I'll be having those Juno burgers in no time!

  • P.S. I Love You

    P.S. I Love You (2007)

    January 12, 2008

    I went to see this movie with some friends thinking another chick flick blah blah.i came out actually in tears. yes ill be the first guy probably to admit i definitely shed some water watching this, i spent the 80% of the movie holding it in and well laughin along the way. i have to say critics definitely did not watch the movie i did plus i realize most of them are males and their egos dont allow them to like chick flicks.. and as for the females that are the critics they are probably bitter noone loves them.
    but this is a must see for everyone who has ever loved anyone in their lifetime, .. but people WATCH IT its great. I'm actually reading the book right which way different than the flick but overall a good one.

    p.s i love hilary all over again, million dollar baby had me in love now its like falling for her all over again

  • The Bucket List

    The Bucket List (2007)

    January 11, 2008

    This movie was a reminder for us to be kind to one another and to always remember that our choices have consequences.The movie was wonderful. It touches a part that so many of us choose to ignore or perhaps avoid. It had its sad moments but also its humorous ones. I never see it as the half empty cup........I'm the half full so the movie was emotionally empowering and good to me. Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman are both of my favorite actors.

  • 300

    300 (2007)

    December 16, 2007

    300 is a great movie full of visual effects and graphics which made it different and much better. Acting was great, director did a wonderful job and chose great actors, full of action, and it is based on a true story.
    Unfortunately, the only negative point of this movie is that they made it so different and untrue because of showing the Persian Empire and Xerxes like monsters (Persian Empire and Xerxes were Heroes too), and it lost all the History points. I prepared to watch a movie closer to the History style, and characters should be based on their true appearance (I'm sure Xerxes wasn't that Ugly, and he had beard).
    they made an amazing movie and defined a whole new way of being a MAN!!!

  • The Lion King

    The Lion King (2011)

    November 23, 2007

    The Lion King is but another richly deserved jewel
    in Disney's crown.

    When first seen on the big screen, its opening
    sequence had me in awe. The stunning use of
    colors, the detail in the animation and the
    use of voices - Bring this movie to life in
    a huge way.

    The story outlines a child's (or cub's) loss of
    innocence with the death of his father. Simba,
    the heir to his father's kingdom within the
    Jungle is lured into a dangerous situation by
    his evil uncle (Scar) in order to kill both
    father (Mufasa) and child (Simba) and claim
    his nephew's birthright.

    This movie also details the right of passage
    that Simba must endure to reach manhood and
    recapture his stolen birthright and exact
    payment from his wicked crimes.

    Since this is animation, the life we see on
    the screen is that of the voices that portay
    the character. James Earl Jones lends his
    powerful voice to the role of Mufasa, while
    Jonathan Thomas is voice of Young Simba.The Lion King by Walt Disney is one of my favorite cartoon film. It presented the very basic value of man but can change the view of man to the world - LOVE. Love for parents, others and himself. I could also remember my dad who passed away upon seeing the film. This became my inpiration to face life's trial and believing that my dad is there with the stars. Watching me as I face the uncertain tomorrow. The "HAKUNA MATATA" song gave me the lasting hope. They are true that we really don't have to worry because God is there to help. And lastly, the CIRCLE OF LIFE, which is my favorite song, made me realize that all of us are within a circle. We are all one as family, brothers & sisters and friends.
    Thank you Walt Disney for having this film and you really deserve an A+ rating as you presented a film with endless impact to the hearts of humanity.

  • Toy Story

    Toy Story (1995)

    November 23, 2007

    This set the stage for new groundbreaking movie making material. As you start watching it you're just in awe as to how this is all possible. And you can't help but playfully wonder if all those toys you had could've come to life and done all those things. Hanks and Allen are perfect for these characters as this film has a lot of comedy and a lot of heart. one of the hallmarks of animation!

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