Nine point five times out of ten, using the movie title as the dialogue in your key scene – as in "You’re just right" – is just not. This one about an underappreciated therapist turning the head of a...
So after 9 days, what have we learned so far on this 100-day cinema safari, about what makes up the ultimate summer movie experience? These will all sound like no-brainers, but bear with me.
"Every movie you've ever seen that you've really, really loved is always about resurrection."
-Peter Weller, Aero Theater, May 14, 7:27pm
Ask any dude in America, eh, the world, whose life they wish they could have, and there's a high probability they'll say Hugh Hefner. Sit them down to watch this fascinating documentary Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist and Rebel and they might give it a second thought.
Sometimes the silliest movie experiences are the greatest. I'll use a surf metaphor here. Whether the waves are big or small, it's all about the fun.
Thanks to my gracious boss, I was able to move around a couple of work hours, and take in an afternoon screening of Date Night. The thing about an afternoon screening...
I know now what's going to be the hardest part of completing this 100 Days of Summer Movies experiment. It's not the rushing to the movie theater at the end of each work day. It's not giving up 2 - 4 hours of life every day, and writing up these posts. And it's not the stamina...
Today is Mother's Day. And in tribute to the Moms out there (especially my own!), and since it just happened to be sneak peeking on the holiday, I took in the mom-friendly Letters to Juliet...
Day 2's summer movie experience couldn't have been more different than Day 1 save one thing. The four little ones in Babies are just as easily charming and amusing as Day 1 hero Robert Downey, Jr..
It's 3am, Friday, May 7th, 2010. I've just watched Iron Man 2 in IMAX. It's officially the first day of the summer movie season...and only 99 days and 99 movies to go! A few notes before we get rolling...
"Welcome to the party, pal."
"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
"These go to eleven."
"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
"Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming."
"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
"Jessica's got cable."
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