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December 2009
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Movie Character You Most Identify With
The Grinch
Favorite Line From A Movie
Ladies and Gentlemen, take my advice: Pull down your pants, and slide on the ice. (Goodbye, Farewell, and Amen.)
Favorite Scene From A Movie
The scene in The Devil's Advocate where Kevin Lomax (Keanu Reeves) learns who his father (Al Pachino) *really* is.
Favorite Movie
Favorite Actor
Morgan Freeman
Favorite Director
Christopher Nolan
Celebrity Crush
Olivia Wilde
Favorite Genre
Favorite Critic
Roger Ebert
Best Movie Seat
Favorite Movie Watching Snack
Favorite Movie Watching Drink
Dr. Pepper
When I'm not watching movies, I'm...
Fresh or Rotten

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Rating History

The LEGO Movie
8 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A CGI movie about Legos filled with half-assed jokes. Pass.

ParaNorman (2012)
21 months ago via Rotten Tomatoes

I do not know why people are so enthralled in this movie. I found it bogged down with unlikable characters, a cliched plot and an ending revelation that wastes time for Courtney and Mitch's characters to develop.
This is easily the most overrated movie of 2012. It wasn't the worst movie I've seen (animation and acting was OK, villain looked amazing) but it is not, by ANY stretch of ANYone's imagination, a good movie. See it at your own peril.

The Lucky One
The Lucky One (2012)
2 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

The commercials say this movie is "Dear John meets The Vow..." however, they failed to reveal that those two ran away from each other just seconds later...

The Artist
The Artist (2011)
2 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

I have seen movies that were good. Movies that were great. Truly exceptional. Pure brilliance. The Artist surpasses all of these, and reaches a level all its own, but the amazing thing is that it doesn't do anything fancy along the way. It's pure Hollywood magic, something many, many movies these days lack...