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About Brok

Hometown:
Illinois
Favorite Movies:
Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind, Stay, Memento, The Fountain, The Jacket, Wicker Park, Taxi Driver, Halloween, The Blair Witch Project, High Fidelity, The Number 23, Death Sentence, Garden State, Edward Scissorhands, Pleasantville, Dazed and Confused, Grosse Pointe Blank, Jacob's Ladder, Alien, Aliens, Alien3, 28 Days Later, 28 Weeks Later..., 300, The Crow, The Crow: City of Angels, The Beach, American Splendor, Almost Famous, Detroit Rock City, Unbreakable, The Sixth Sense, Signs, The Village, Lady in the Water, Léon: The Professional, The Boondock Saints, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, The Descent, A.I. Artificial Intelligence, High Tension (Switchblade Romance), Identity, Hide and Seek, Reign of Fire, The Birds, Psycho, North by Northwest, Charade, Lost In Translation, The Lake House, Premonition, The Return, Napoleon Dynamite, A Beautiful Mind, Collateral, Running Scared, Transformers, The Truman Show, The Cable Guy, Sleepy Hollow, Secret Window, Rear Window, Disturbia, Halloween II, Halloween H2O, Halloween, Unrest, The Abandoned, Stardust, The Butterfly Effect, Shoot 'Em Up, Sin City, Desperado, Pulp Fiction, Pan's Labyrinth, One Hour Photo, The Notebook, The Password Is Courage, Copycat, Scream, Scream 2, Scream 3, Frailty, Forrest Gump, Falling Down, Mr. Brooks, The Holiday, Vertigo, Once Upon a Time in Mexico, The Longest Day, Beetlejuice, 1408, Bringing Out the Dead, Cellular, Donnie Darko, Family Guy Presents Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story, Dragonfly, Fight Club, Four Brothers, Don't Say a Word, From Hell, The Forgotten, Friday the 13th, Friday the 13th Part 2, Friday, Fun With Dick and Jane, Grumpy Old Men, Grumpier Old Men, Breakdown, An American Haunting, Art School Confidential, Hannibal, Hannibal Rising, The Silence of the Lambs, Red Dragon, Out Cold, Joe Dirt, The Hunted, Hook, A History of Violence, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, The Life of David Gale, Joy Ride, Kill Bill: Volume 1, Kill Bill: Volume 2, K-PAX, King Kong, King Kong, The Majestic, Night of the Living Dead, Night of the Living Dead, Rock Star, Panic Room, Saving Private Ryan, The Shining, Sling Blade, Seven (Se7en), Sideways, Snatch, Tombstone, Swimfan, The Terminal, Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, Underworld, Underworld: Evolution, Vanilla Sky, Trainspotting, Watership Down, Waking Life, The Weather Man, Where the Buffalo Roam, Office Space, Paris Je T'aime, Open Water, The Passion of the Christ, Phone Booth, Paparazzi, Orange County, Red Dawn, Reservoir Dogs, House of 1000 Corpses, The Devil's Rejects, Groundhog Day
Favorite Actors:
John Cusack, Jim Carrey, Johnny Depp, Ewan McGregor, Ryan Gosling, Jodie Foster, Rose Byrne, Julianne Moore, Kate Winslet, Robert De Niro, Cillian Murphy, Anthony Hopkins, Paul Giamatti, Clive Owen, Bill Murray, Edward Norton, Adrien Brody, Shia LaBeouf, Natalie Portman, Naomi Watts, Dakota Fanning, Sigorney Weaver
Bio:
<widget id="247138" type="Rock You - SlideShow"/> _____________________________________________________________________ About Me: I'm a huge movie fanatic.. I've got a bad habit of buying sometimes 2 to 3 movies a week, but I've cut down alot. Movies is my passion, and if it were my way, I'd be in the business. My movie collection exeeds 420+ all being my favorite movies. I love artsy films mostly (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Stay, Science of Sleep, etc), but my other favorites are Horror, Triller/Suspense and Romance if they bring something original and new to the table. I absolutely hate dumb-teen comedies, but love intelligent and smart comedies. I'm picky I guess you could say. _____________________________________________________________________ 1/2 - Terrible; A regret. * - Bad. *1/2 - Still really bad. ** - Bleh; maybe showed promise, but didn't deliver. **1/2 - Below average; Had it's moments. *** - Your average movie; An equal amount of pros & cons. ***1/2 - Good film, above average; Less than a few flaws. **** - Great film. ****1/2 - An awesome film, but just shy of being a favorite. ***** - A Masterpiece. _____________________________________________________________________ Favorite movies in each genre of film: Romance/Drama: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind Science Fiction: The Fountain Comedy: Sideways Horror: Frailty Action/Adventure: Aliens Film-Noir/Mystery: Brick The following may not be a genre so to speak, but my favorite "coming-of-age" tale is Untitled: The Almost Famous bootleg cut. _____________________________________________________________________ Since Flixster is in with the Movies and out with the Television shows, I figured I'd post a list right here, on the About Me. My Top 10: TV Shows 1. Dexter 2. Entourage 3. Weeds 4. The Office 5. Spaced 6. Invader Zim (R.I.P.) 7. It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia 8. King of the Hill 9. Samurai Jack 10. That 70's Show I'll just go ahead with my favorite music too. My Top Favorite Bands 1. Tool 2. Incubus 3. A Perfect Circle 4. Dredg 5. The Strokes 6. Deftones 7. Chevelle 8. Stabbing Westward 9. Finger Eleven 10. Rammstein 11. Queens of the Stone Age 12. Radiohead 13. Bush 14. Nonpoint 15. Team Sleep 16. She Wants Revenge 17. Mudvayne 18. Pulse Ultra 19. Taproot 20. Kidneythieves

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  • Beautiful Girls

    Beautiful Girls (1996)

    March 19, 2010

    Review coming soon..

  • The Wackness

    The Wackness (2008)

    March 15, 2010

    A coming of age comedy sure to please any fan of the genre. Of course the plot is all too familiar, but the film's script and pacing, helps it stand out. Set in '94, this film does a great job of bringing you back--with the choice of music and Luke's Nintendo system--to name a couple--if you pay attention to your movies, you'll notice at one point in the film a taxi passing by with an advertisement for the film Forrest Gump (which was released in '94.) The coming of age genre is one of my favorites besides horror and smart comedy, and this film definitely exceeded my expectations and stands next to some of the very best for me--such as Almost Famous, Adventureland, Juno and Outside Providence--of course, IMHO. Give it a try.

  • The House of the Devil

    The House of the Devil (2009)

    March 14, 2010

    A very slow nail-biter that had me cornered. If you like your horror films to have more character development over mindless gore and teen sex--then this will definitely be a breath of fresh air for you. Everything from the cinematography to the chilling score, will remind you of the horror films most of us grew up on--such as Rosemary's Baby, The Shining, Halloween, etc.--and will leave you wanting more. Although a lot of today's audience will be snoozing through-out most this, I still recommend this to those of you who like your horror to be smart and clever, and without today's modern obscenities. Happy Watching.

  • 500 Days of Summer

    500 Days of Summer (2009)

    January 08, 2010

    A bitter-sweet rom-com that delivers! Joseph Gordon-Levitt is proving to be a favorite of mine, ever since his roles in "Brick." From the get go, we're told what this movie isn't--a love story. I was pleased that it actually followed through with that statement, and instead of making this your cliche' filled rom-com with the typical ending, it cared more to look at the break-ups that shape us as people. A Must Rent, but also worthy of a blind-buy!

  • Quarantine

    Quarantine (2008)

    February 18, 2009

    This may not be your cup of tea, but if you loved the two films 28 Days Later and The Descent--most likely you're going to like this film. It's very atmospheric because this film is a first-person narrative. That's right, another hand-held film. None really take the cake for me, besides this, Cloverfield and The Blair Witch Project. I was aware of [Rec], but due to the non-existent region 1 release, I haven't seen it. So, I don't care if Quarantine is a remake--it's new to me. This film surprisingly had alot of shocking moments, and those "jump scares," but what sold the film for me, was the incredible make-up done on the infected. A great thrill ride in my opinion. See it.

  • El Orfanato (The Orphanage)

    El Orfanato (The Orphanage) (2007)

    February 14, 2009

    Like "The Others", this movie didn't go too over the top. It focused more on the atmosphere and score. I found that focusing more on the character development was best needed to drive this film. If it hadn't, it might've ended up like every other ghost haunting film. Although the Trailer lead me to believe this was going to be the Pan's Labyrinth of ghost stories, it didn't quite live up to that title; don't fret, because this movie builds on tension and suspense like crazy--thanks to the atmospheric score. I recommend this movie to anyone that likes the darkness and atmosphere of "The Others". Definately a head turner for me. Buy it.

  • District B13 (Banlieue 13)

    District B13 (Banlieue 13) (2006)

    February 14, 2009

    An exciting movie brought to us by Luc Besson (who even co-wrote.) The plot structure is average stuff, but the stunt work is great eye-candy. All stunts were done without wires or CGI work, and done by Parkour (free-running) trained professionals. If you like foreign action films, but hate the dubbed over versions, don't fear away from this movie, most of the voice actors do a good job. See it.

  • Frailty

    Frailty (2002)

    January 08, 2009

    I mainly liked this movie because of Bill Paxton's directing. He did SUCH a great job with the way everything was shot. The two young kids did amazing jobs as well, and I was shocked to see all of the stuff they went through. It's got a very Hitchcockian vibe to it, and I loved the score. I also loved how the film was the cleanest slasher flick I've ever seen. The only problem I have about the movie is that Paxton's character and his kids are religious. I don't like the thought of God asking a family to kill sinful people, when in life, God loves us all, whatever our sins and will forgive us all if we seek it.

  • Antikörper (Antibodies)

    Antikörper (Antibodies) (2007)

    November 23, 2008

    Seeing that this film reminded me alot of Se7en and The Silence of the Lambs during my viewing, I was kind of skeptical that it would be another knock-off film. Then the twist came.. or the first of a few actually--and I was treated to what I believed to be something new. After the credits began to roll I realized that this movie can stand alone.

    I wouldn't have found this movie if it hadn't been for my mood to watch a foreign film, and luckily Blockbuster had a copy. If you liked Se7en for it's great story, but hated it because of it's grittiness and rather sad ending, then check this one out. Not only does it have a great story--but a more positive ending. And the biblical symbolism greatly fits this movie's concept.

    A Must-See for any psychological thriller fan--if not for your love of this genre, watch it because soon the remake will come, and you're going to wish you would have watched this one first.

  • Saving Private Ryan

    Saving Private Ryan (1998)

    November 12, 2008

    One of the best War movies I've ever seen put to film. On the likes of The Longest Day and Black Hawk Down, the cinematography and sound join together to really give us the feeling of being there. Along with the great set designs and on-the-spot locations, the cast was phenomenal, especially Barry Pepper--one of the coolest characters I've seen in any war film. Such a great war film that I'm sure will be watched generations from now.

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