Monthly Archives: April 2011

Okay fine, Furious Five might be a decent movie.

The reviews aren’t awful, so I grudgingly admit I’ll probably go see it with friends who go and see them all.  And yeah, I’ll enjoy it.  Because for some reason I like Vin Diesel and Duane “The Tan” Johnson more … Continue reading

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Two fun places to eat in Beaverton:

For some reason I’m up early and hungry.  I’m counting the minutes till 11, when two of my favorite places in Beaverton open up. Beaverton Sub Station The Beaverton Bakery is right down the street, and this sandwich shop buys … Continue reading

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127 Hours: brilliant one-man performance

There have been songs in film that are so strong, they make whatever is on screen more powerful.  Some Beatles songs can do it, and I think Band of Horses has that power as well. That song (The Funeral) is … Continue reading

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Another Earth trailer

Looks really good.  I love Sundance sci-fi! http://movies.yahoo.com/movie/1810191031/video/25053315

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Awesome movies you might have missed!

Since anyone reading this is a friend (and therefore awesome) you’ve probably seen most of these.  There will likely be at least one you haven’t though, and they are all good. Zero Effect Ben Still plays the assistant of Bill … Continue reading

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Documentaries to see before you go into cryo-statis

All but one are on Netflix streaming, for easy access.  These are the cream of the crop in my eyes. The Pixar Story It was awesome all the way through.  I grudgingly have more respect for Steve Jobs and (can’t … Continue reading

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Two things:

1.  “The Voice” is a new music reality show that is actually really good.  First episode is on Hulu at the moment.  Very few untalented contestants for once, and it’s based on the quality of singing, not their look. 2. The documentary … Continue reading

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