Agrees with the Tomatometer 64% of the time.
Born in Amsterdam, Holland, the son of an immigrant Armenian father and a Swedish buxom mother, Berge spent the first eight years of his life trying to find a way out of his soulless existence on our planet. His discovery of television quickly dissolved that dilemma and shot his mind into the nothingness that still remains fairly prominent today. After losing his parents in Switzerland one weekend, Berge dedicated his life to "finding himself" in film and "getting laid" before the age of 21. Successful at neither, Berge swam across the Atlantic Ocean and spent his "salad days" working the graveyard shift at the local Bob’s Big Boy.After an unsuccessful robbery attempt on himself, Berge realized that his days of bumming smokes off others were dwindling (And he didn’t even smoke!). He quickly shaved himself down, washed his *** and watched "Reservoir Dogs" about a hundred times before investing his life to the medium of film. And with his quick stint in the gay porn industry behind him, Berge re-dedicated himself to writing movie screenplays, of which he wrote four, completing his MBA and becoming an online movie critic for the masses. Having worked in the fast-food and porn industries, Berge felt like he had an affinity with the common folk, the lunch box people, the people who stayed up late and watched an awful lot of Tony Robbins commercials. Thankfully, Berge was able to convert his sad drinking problem into a much happier drinking problem and eventually secure himself a part-time gig as movie critic for a local Canadian radio station. He also started up JoBlo’s Movie Emporium: A haven for all movie orphans like himself. Nowadays, Berge is happily married with three kids (The kids aren’t really his and he’s actually single) and spends most of this time surfing the Net in search of his missing parents. His long-term goal is to become a film producer, while his short-term motto remains the same as it has always been: "It takes a big man to cry, but it takes a bigger man to laugh at that man." Thank you, Mr. Jack Handy.
Some of my favourite movies include: Goodfellas, Star Wars, When Harry met Sally, Fight Club, Swingers, Reservoir Dogs, Edward Scissorhands, True Romance, Dark City, Annie Hall, Lost Highway, Airplane 1 & 2, Raising Arizona, The Crow, Seven, Trainspotting.
|Publications:||JoBlo's Movie Emporium, DVD Clinic|