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  • Hustle
  • Jimmy Carr: The Best of Ultimate Gold Greatest Hits
  • Stray Dog
  • The Truman Show

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  • The Saint


  • Jimmy Carr: The Best of Ultimate Gold Greatest Hits


  • Bad Boys for Life


  • Bad Boys II


Recent reviews

  • The Saint

    The Saint


    Viewed on MBOX

    I've loved the Orbital song The Saint from the soundtrack from this movie, but this is my first time seeing The Saint (1997).
    Here's the video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eu4u2oKsKSA

    Val Kilmer plays a master of disguise, a thief for hire, who must steal the formula for cold fusion for the Russians. Elizabeth Shue plays the scientist with the secret formula.

    The Saint (1997) is a very entertaining action/espionage flick that doesn't take itself too seriously.
    The Saint (1997) came…

  • Jimmy Carr: The Best of Ultimate Gold Greatest Hits

    Jimmy Carr: The Best of Ultimate Gold Greatest Hits


    Viewed on Netflix


    Jimmy Carr's Greatest Hits compilation is certainly not for everyone, but it was certainly for me.

    Very Funny Jimmy.

Popular reviews

  • Boxcar Bertha

    Boxcar Bertha


    Viewed on DVD

    Marty's first exploitation film is also his last.
    According to IMDB: After he finished this film, Martin Scorsese screened the film for John Cassavetes. Cassavetes, after seeing this film, hugged Scorsese and said, "Marty, you've just spent a whole year of your life making a piece of shit. It's a good picture, but you're better than the people who make this kind of movie. Don't get hooked into the exploitation market, just try and do something different."…

  • Song of the South

    Song of the South


    Viewed on YouTube

    I think Disney is making a terrible mistake by trying to virtually erase Song Of The South (1946) from existence.
    Is it racially insensitive? Of course it is.
    It's a film from the forties that takes place during the Civil War in Georgia.
    Disney is trying to sweep this one under the rug and try to maintain a squeaky clean image. This is an impossible task.
    If Disney wants to be politically correct they need to get rid of their entire catalogue. In fact, they should just stop making movies all together.