Last year, just four days before April 15, the dreaded tax day, I gathered my assorted documents and visited irs.gov to see my options for e-filing. My tax information was not very complex; I had a single W-2 and a few 1099s that indicate interest that I had earned from my bank accounts. The services […]
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Sometimes it takes me a while to play a game. I like to wait until things go on sale, okay? Anyway, I will be reviewing games at irregular intervals. Today’s game is Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn for Wii. 2007. Intelligent Systems/Nintendo. Rated Teen. 40+ hours. Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn is the latest in a long […]
I’ve been watching a lot of movies that I never got around to watching when they came out. Out of shame I’m going to review them here. Today’s movies are Raiders of the Lost Arc (1981), Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984), and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) starring Han Solo, […]
I’ve been watching a lot of movies that I never got around to watching when they came out. Out of generosity I’m going to review them here. Today’s movie is Adaptation. (2002) starring Nicolas Cage (Face/Off), Meryl Streep (lots of things), and a toothless Chris Cooper. Directed by Spike Jonze. 115 minutes. Rated R. Plot: […]
I’ve been watching a lot of movies that I never got around to watching when they came out. Out of boredom I’m going to review them here. Today’s movie is Premonition (2007) starring Sandra Bullock (Speed, Crash, etc.) and Julian McMahon (Belthazor from Charmed). Directed by Mennan Yapo. 110 minutes. Rated PG-13. Plot: Bullock jumps […]
V for Vendetta was good; The Fast and the Furious franchise is back.
The movie based on the ground-breaking DOOM game is a let down on so many levels.
I just came across (via Boss Lady) Zach Braff’s weblog. It’s pretty amusing, and some of the comments are quite good too (if you weed through the “You’re so awesome” ones). This reminded me that I’d just seen his movie Garden State, and so I thought I’d share my thoughts on it. First, I really […]