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Victor Frankenstein, The Jungle Book, The Night Before & Krampus (Baffling Movie Trailers)


This very well me the happiest edition of Baffling Movie Trailers ever… until the end, that is.  Read the rest of this entry

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For movie review

Film noir is back in Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.  They didn’t forget the gratuitous violence, striking images or that whole ‘this is in color, this is in black and white’ stylization thing they do, either.  If you’re up for this kinda ride, join me after the jump! Read the rest of this entry

Lincoln movie review – an FAQ

lincoln-movie-posterLincoln is the newest jam by director Steven Spielberg, which stars “he who disappears into every role and pulls them off without fail” Daniel Day-Lewis in the title role.  While the movie is well done (and such a welcome change from a visual perspective after the close-up shot tyranny of Les Mis), the movie might generate some confusion, so I’ve put together this Frequently Asked Questions post that should clear everything up.  Score, trailer and FAQ after the jump… Read the rest of this entry

Inception: pick a side

Inception-movie-posterIf you haven’t seen Inception, this post isn’t going to make much sense to you.

I enjoyed the latest jam from Christopher Nolan; this movie reminded me quite a bit of Memento, but was still totally unique.  But let’s get it on:

What do you think happened at the end of Inception?  There are two schools of thought:

  • Leonardo DiCaprio‘s character, Dom Cobb, is able to return to his children/the totem top falls
  • Leonardo DiCaprio‘s character, Dom Cobb, is trapped in the dream/the totem top continues to spin

Folks who go with option 1 believe that the top is wobbling right before the movie cuts to black.  I don’t agree; I voted that he’s trapped because his children are wearing the same clothes they wear in his dream, it seems to be the same time of day (same amount of sun) and they don’t appear to have aged.

I’ve done a brief survey of the few people I know who’ve seen the movie, and choosing between these two options seems to run on gender lines.  Women choose option 1 and men choose option 2.  Fascinating.  I also found that this happened when I asked people what they thought happened after the fade to black at the end of Cast Away:  women always responded that he got in his car and kept driving while men said he went back to the lady’s house who he’d left the note and package for.

In any case, it’s a good flick – check it out.  Drop a comment here if you can; i’m going to dry to add a poll feature, but not sure how it works – if its here and functioning, vote on it!

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