Movies You Watched September 2014
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1. Board Game: Outrageous Journalists [Average Rating:5.00 Unranked]
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Outrageous Fortune


Often when we watch movies at home, our routine is for me to select several movies (usually dissimilar) and then my wife picks one from that. This was one I decided to put in the pile a couple of weeks ago and we finally got around to it on Labor Day. The reason I mention this is because the initial setup is not unlike the initial setup to "The Other Woman", which we watched on Saturday, and I had not really realized that until I started thinking what to say about this one. But this movie is less of a revenge movie and more of a female "buddy" movie, with espionage mixed in.

Shelley Long plays an aspiring actress not that far removed from her character on "Cheers" and Bette Midler plays a character not unlike most of the characters she plays. They meet while Long is trying to sign up/audition for an acting class with a renowned acting teacher and Midler decides to sign up also. They both get in. Soon they are both seen getting involved with Peter Coyote, who claims to be a schoolteacher (and is NOT in the acting class). Coyote appears to be killed in an explosion in a flower shop with Long as a witness, but Midler and Long run into each other at the morgue and discover that the burned corpse could not possibly be Coyote due to anatomical details only lovers would know.

They track him down, followed by the CIA, with everyone's loyalties in doubt. George Carlin appears as a resident of the Indian reservation (but not an Indian) who gets caught up in the chase.

The movie holds up reasonably well, though is clearly set in the 80s, given the hairstyles and reduced airport security, and it plays more like a screwball comedy than most movies today, though rated R (mostly for language). There are some other familiar faces in small to medium roles, such as John Schuck, Anthony Heald, Christopher McDonald & Robert Pastorelli.
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2. Board Game: The Patriot Act Game [Average Rating:3.50 Unranked]
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Patriot Games


After watching "Clear and Present Danger" for the first time in quite a while, we went backwards and watched Patriot Games again. We like this one better, so watch it more often, which also makes it more familiar.

Harrison Ford, in his first appearance as Jack Ryan, thwarts an assassination attempt in London against a cousin of the queen and Sean Bean (one of the terrorists involved in the assassination attempt) spends the rest of the movie trying to get revenge on Ryan for killing his brother in the process.

The movie flows well and is probably my favorite Harrison Ford movie outside of the Star Wars and Indiana Jones universes (and ahead of some of the Jones movies).
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3. Board Game: Road Warrior [Average Rating:4.28 Unranked]
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ACTUALLY MAD MAX...

Man, is Mel Gibson YOUNG!!
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4. Board Game: Visionary [Average Rating:6.49 Overall Rank:5998]
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I just watched (Sept. 1st, as a matter of fact) a movie called "VISION", which is about a female composer from the Middle Ages known as Hildegard von Bingen (1098-1179)

It's a German film, but it was really well done , extremely accurate, and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

In a nutshell, Hildegard was an amazing woman of her time.
She was given to the church as a tithing gift!
She founded her own convent in 1150.
From a young age she had ecstatic visions from God.
She wrote volumes on science, medicine, botany, biographies, art, songs.

RECOMMENDED.
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5. RPG Item: Marvel Heroic Roleplaying: Basic Game [Average Rating:7.61 Overall Rank:218]
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Guardians of the Galaxy

Yes, a bit slow in getting to see this. But wow, what a fantastic film. I loved every minute of it. This has really set the bar high now for sci-fi/superhero flicks.
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6. Board Game: Impact [Average Rating:4.40 Overall Rank:18325]
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Sudden Impact.

Clint Eastwood as Dirty Harry. Great film.
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7. Board Game: Boss Raid [Average Rating:5.50 Unranked]
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THE RAID 2

The first movie in this franchise shocked the world with its high-speed, brutally masterful fight choreography, lifting the bar for martial arts movies way higher than what Tony Jaa can jump kick.

Goodbye Thailand, hello Indonesia! Goodbye ancient form of muay thai, hello pencak silat!

Now, this sequel had pretty big shoes and expectations to be filled and I saw that for some it didn’t quite do so, maybe because it had too many fights (in a pure martial arts movie, this is not a negative for me) or maybe because the writer/director Gareth Evans (Welsh guy but lives in Jakarta) decided to expand the story portion beyond what’s normally found in the genre.

For me, this movie surpasses the first and within the martial arts genre, I think this is an excellent film.

The choreography continues to be marvelous. I mean, it’s probably the best there is right now. I heard that the kitchen fight scene took 10 days to film and I can see why. My dad and I were often commenting that a lot of people might have gotten injured in these scenes, judging by how often Jackie Chan used to get hurt in his earlier works. For example, there’s a big fight in the mud that must have been quite fun and very dangerous to film.

There’s no obvious wirework to be seen, which is a huge plus for me. Martial arts are beautiful physical art forms to behold, there’s really no need to extrapolate it to the supernatural to make it more exciting. For me, wire fu just makes it sillier.

It also evokes the feel of old martial arts movies, where the main character runs a gauntlet of foes of increasing difficulty, kind of like a videogame, fighting henchmen, stronger henchmen, lieutenants (sub-bosses), generals (bosses or right-hand of bosses) and the commander (final boss). It is pleasant to see the modernization of such a classic trope. No wonder Gareth Evans has repeatedly say his movies have been greatly inspired by the works of Jackie Chan.

I think it’s obvious to say that an excellent martial arts film does not equate to an excellent film. These genres should be rated within the parameters of the genre, as the story and realism has to be sacrificed for many physical fights to take place. In real life, the main character and all other fighters would have been gunned down at some point. But, because it is a martial arts film, most enemies charge at the hero to fight him bare-handed or with some type of melee weapon, and that is fine, because otherwise, we would just have an action movie, and that’s what John Woo is for, or whoever is filling his shoes nowadays.

The story is actually interesting enough. Take for example Tony Jaa’s lauded works of Ong Bak and Tom-Yum-Goong (aka The Protector), which were a groaning pain of bad acting and grating “dramatic” scenes to go through before the awesome fights took place. For this movie, the story goes the route of a deep-undercover honest cop inside the tough underground world of Indonesian mafia. It is not “The Godfather” and it doesn’t go as deep as other deep-undercover-cop-reluctantly-becomes-best-friend-with-criminal-and-begrudgingly-does-his-job-even-if-it-crushes-his-soul which Chow-Yun-Fat has done a couple of good ones, I believe. But, it is decent enough and I thank Gareth Evans for not giving us the usual plot that felt like it was written on a Saturday morning and has a warning of “shut off your brain”.

Another plus is that the director has actually gone to inventive places and given us scenes from interesting angles and set-ups. Hell, there’s a car chase scene worthy of a Hollywood spy film. It is clear that Gareth Evans is thinking in every scene, “How to make this fresh?” and more often than not, he succeeds. Although, he does love to have heads bash into something, but then again, every martial arts movie and director has a recurring physical motif, be it broken bones, or elbow strikes, or flying kicks. Gareth’s seems to be repeated strikes to the head.

On the violence, yes it is very violent. At times, it reaches Walking Dead levels, but does not hover over it sadistically like Tarantino is wont to do. There are many times, when the director consciously pulls the camera away and saves us from the gnarliest of wounds and either it’s seen far away or is off-screen or it cuts away to some other scene. Yes, there will be throats cut and blood sprays and close shotgun blasts, but it is not extreme. If you are fine watching Walking Dead and most of Tarantino films, you’ll be fine with this. It is more violent than the average action film but it doesn’t reach the levels of the more extreme Asian films (especially certain Korean works).

So, if you are a fan of martial arts film, you MUST watch this one and if you haven’t watched the original, then I won’t consider you a fan of the genre until you do so. It has put Indonesia on the map and every fight choreographer should take a close look at what they’ve done here, once they have picked up their jaws from the floor.

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8. Board Game: Legendary: A Marvel Deck Building Game – Guardians of the Galaxy [Average Rating:8.02 Unranked] [Average Rating:8.02 Unranked]
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Guardians of the Galaxy


There has already been a ton of well written reviews about this movie so I'll just throw in my 2 cents.

I was not going to see this movie as the previews looked pretty lame to me. Just did not seem up my alley, but all the great reviews in her had me watching this in IMAX one Sunday afternoon with my best friend and our wives.

What did I think. I generally thought the first half (ok third) of the movie was a bit boring and bland. I was a getting a bit concerned in that I had payed extra to watch it and would not get my monies worth. In retrospect I guess they needed to introduce the whole story to the audience. The second half of the movie really picked it up and by the end I was thoroughly enjoying myself. What I liked: the effects were amazing and it had some great jokes laced within. Some great fight scenes. What I did not like: The bad guy was just so-so and really seemed like just an extra for plot line to me. All-in-all a good movie, but really, not one that I think I need to watch again.... ok... when it comes out on netflix or redbox.
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9. Board Game: Red Hot Silly Dragon [Average Rating:5.67 Overall Rank:14772]
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10. Board Game: Legendary: A Marvel Deck Building Game [Average Rating:7.59 Overall Rank:164] [Average Rating:7.59 Unranked]
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Guardians of the Galaxy


Finally, finally it came to German theaters. So after some traveling over the weekend, I decided that the first thing to do when coming home yesterday was go and watch this little sucker. I really wanted to watch it in English but I did not have that opportunity. The german dubbing was ok but I still regret they didn't show it in the original version.

Let me get this out of the way right away: The bad guy, Ronin (ridiculous choice for a name, by the way), was a bad guy done right. Yeah, I'm looking at you, "Chronicles of Riddick" and "Thor 2".

What about the rest of the movie? I quite liked it. I am, however, extremely reluctant to rate it against the other movies in the MCU because Guardians feels to different. As a scifi movie, I'd say it is probably the best one since Serenity with Edge of Tomorrow as the only other serious contender I can come up. Guardians had a few week moments, like
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when all of the sudden Gamora flips and betrays Ronin (wait, where did that come from?!)
but the movie is light and fun so I'm in a forgiving mood. I had read all the comments who had mentioned how fun the movie is. To be honest, that had me a bit concerned. I wasn't looking for a silly comedy. Fortunately, the jokes work and the humor never goes over the top.

As always, stay until the credits are over.
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11. Board Game: Falling [Average Rating:5.50 Overall Rank:17546]
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Falling Down.

Talk about having a bad day. Michael Douglas is great as the psycho-nerd. The scary thing is that there's probably a lot of people like that guy out there.





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12. Board Game: Feel Safe [Average Rating:0.00 Unranked]
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SAFE

I haven't actually watched that many pure Statham films, mostly seeing him in other movies in an ensemble. I was poking around to see what was available for streaming free on Amazon Prime and saw this, which I had placed in my Netflix queue a while back but never gotten to. I had a spare 90 minutes, so decided to watch it (though I was doing something else at the same time for part of it).

Statham is a cage fighter that apparently can really take a beating and usually does, but he puts his opponent in the hospital in the first round when he was supposed to take a dive in the second and the Russian mob come and kill his pregnant wife. Meanwhile, a 12-year-old Chinese girl with a photographic memory knows a coded message that is wanted by the Chinese, the Russians, and a bunch of crooked cops. Statham is about to throw himself in front of a subway train when he sees the girl being chased by some of the same Russian mobsters that killed his wife. He grabs the train as it is leaving and lets loose on the Russians and makes it his mission to keep the girl safe.

I don't know how this compares to his other films, but once it got going it was largely non-stop action. A lot of it was large gunfights, but there was also some hand-to-hand. The premise was a little old-school, keeping the coded numbers in a little girl's head instead of on encrypted media or something, but those kinds of things don't bother me at all.

Definitely worth my time to have seen it.
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13. Board Game: The Awful Green Things From Outer Space [Average Rating:6.51 Overall Rank:1969]
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It Came From Outer Space

Pretty good sci-fi from the 50's. The aliens are sort of dopplegangers who actually want peace, but human paranoia takes hold of the locals. Ray Bradbury wrote the story. An early sighting of the Professor from Gilligan's Island as well.
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14. Board Game: Ark Royal [Average Rating:6.00 Unranked]
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Huge disappointment. Briefly tried to be Lord of the Rings for some reason, and failed. Russell Crowe's convictions were not convincing at all; I think his acting ability might have died somewhere in the middle of Les Miserables. Emma Watson was a bright spot, but about the only one.
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15. Board Game: Last Stand [Average Rating:0.00 Unranked]
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The Last Stand


I wasn't expecting a while lot for this movie, so it delivered adequately. Arnold Schwarzenegger plays a former LA cop who is now the marshall in a small town in southern Arizona. A Mexican drug load escapes from federal custody and heads towards his town, where his cronies are building a bridge across the canyon crossing the border.

The action in the movie is primarily large-scale gunfights, but also car chases. A gunfight in the town against the cronies harkens back to lots of traditional western gunfights.

I won't go out of my way to see it again, but it was not a bad vehicle for Arnold's return to the big screen in a movie he pretty much carries on his own.
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16. Board Game: Go Diamond! [Average Rating:6.50 Unranked]
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The Love Punch


This is an odd little British comedy, with Pierce Brosnan and Emma Thompson. They are a divorced couple and Brosnan is about to retire when he discovers that the company that purchased his company has essentially bankrupted the company, so everyone's pensions, which were in company stock, are now worthless.

They discover that the man behind the problem is about to be married and has bought his fiancee a 10 million dollar diamond, so they decide to steal it.

It was enjoyable enough, though I am not sure we would have liked it as much with other actors, as we do like both Brosnan and Thompson. Being close to their age helped with some of the comedy as well.
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17. Board Game: Nobody is Perfect [Average Rating:6.88 Overall Rank:2528] [Average Rating:6.88 Unranked]
Board Game: Nobody is Perfect
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Gattaca is the tale of a near future where mankind is able to genetically engineer their children before they are born in order to weed out any imperfections. In this world Vincent, played by Ethan Hawke, is an outcast because he was conceived in the more conventional fashion. I feel the world they created is a bit far-fetched, but the ideas of racism and discrimination really transcend whatever reality they've manufactured. My biggest complaint about the setup of the film was just the choice to use voice-over, when they were already showing the events of Vincent's life. Despite that minor flaw in the setup, I love how this story plays out. It's intriguing how Ethan Hawke must go to so much work to not only avoid being detected because he is masquerading as part of the genetically elite, but also to excel intellectually as a member of this organization. It all works perfectly to not only challenge what we as a society are doing with the science and technology being developed and the power it gives us, but it forces the viewer to look at the discrimination we are dealing with in the present day. You can really see it in the look on some of the faces of the "Valid" members of society in Gattaca when Vincent exceeds their expectations of an "Invalid." It's rare that a movie like this says so much with such a simple premise, and this one feels entirely relevant and current despite the fact that it was made 17 years ago.

I absolutely loved Ethan Hawke and Jude Law in this movie. Their relationship was so interesting and the contrast of their journeys throughout the film was amazing. I also liked how they took the less obvious route and made older Alan Arkin the cop who relies 100% on the modern technology, and Loren Dean was the youngster who wanted to use more conventional methods of detection (and that pays off with a nice twist at the end.) There are 2 things that I don't like in Gattaca, unfortunately, and one of them is pretty significant and hurts my opinion of the movie. The less vital one is a spoiler, so don't read the next couple sentences if you want to avoid spoilers. I didn't enjoy the doctor being aware of Vincent's Invalid status. To me it diminished some of the impact of the film, and made Vincent's efforts to avoid detection seem less important. The bigger issue I had with the film, and this one grated on my nerves quite a lot, was Uma Thurman. I did not find her character integral to the plot, I was annoyed by a number of her acting choices (as I always seem to be,) and I felt my interest in the story wavering every time she was on screen. That being said, this film was still remarkable. I love how they were able to create a lot of tension in certain scenes, to the point where I can hardly breathe because I'm so concerned Vincent will be discovered. I would definitely recommend Gattaca (and crank that up to a must-see for people who have a high tolerance for Uma.)
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18. Board Game: Great Shakes, Charlie Brown! [Average Rating:7.25 Unranked]
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I don't have a whole lot to say about this film. Where Identity surprised me because it was better than I remembered, Supremacy lived down to my memories of it. Where the plot in Identity was strong, there is very little logical plot in Supremacy. Where the fights and chases in Identity made sense, in Supremacy they shake the camera like a 3-year-old after downing a Red Bull. So in the end, I got very little enjoyment out of this movie. I'll reiterate my opinion from my Identity review and say that I think Matt Damon is horrendous as an action star and I continued to hate his performance in this movie. In fact I didn't really find anyone who I really liked in the cast, with the possible exception of Julia Stiles (but she only gets a couple small scenes to work with.) Karl Urban could have been good, but he had almost no lines and basically just had to look like a killer for most of the movie. Of course, I'd be lying if I said I didn't like anything in the movie, there were moments I enjoyed quite a bit. It was particularly nice when it felt like Bourne was 5 steps ahead of everyone else, but that kind of stuff was very limited in this film. He felt out of control for most of the movie, and was just playing catch-up.

I think what made me the most angry with The Bourne Supremacy, and what made all those other flaws stand out more, is the entire "Chaos Cinema" technique. Those rapid cuts combined with the extremely shaky handheld camera make it utterly impossible for me to get mentally oriented in the action. Therefore, instead of just going with it and trying to connect the dots to understand the scene, my mind just shuts down and I almost need to close my eyes to avoid nausea. It happens both in the fight scenes and the chases. There's one car chase in the movie where I literally lost track of which car Bourne was driving because they kept cutting so fast. I'm not sure what the logic is behind this type of film-making, but if Paul Greengrass or Oliver Wood are responsible for the way action scenes are filmed nowadays because of this film, then I'd like to punch them in the gut. Perhaps it is a technique to make you feel like you are in the middle of the action, but I don't shake that much even when I'm running full speed so I don't know why the camera would do that. Maybe it's intended to artificially intensify the action, but I actually find it less intense because I can't tell what is going on. As a result I just kept getting frustrated with this movie, and therefore I'd recommend people skip it. It is not interesting or engaging, it is merely annoying.
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19. Board Game: Where-Wolf? [Average Rating:0.00 Unranked]
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3 Days To Kill


I didn't really know much about this movie except that Kevin Costner was a terminally ill CIA agent hunting down someone or other. I was kind of expecting something along the lines of Liam Neeson's recent action films, and Costner's character had many of the same skills, a broken marriage and a teenage daughter.

The movie opens with Costner's team assigned with thwarting the sale of a dirty bomb. They thwart the sale, but the seller gets away (perhaps with the bomb, that was not clear), while the rest of Coster's team and most of the seller's supporting staff are all killed, along with lots of damage to the hotel. The seller gets away with only a leg wound because Costner collapses at the end in pain. We then cut to him in the hospital with the news that he has a brain tumor which has extended to his lungs and has months to live.

He then returns to Paris, where he has an apartment which has been taken over by a large family of squatters, and also where his wife and daughter live. He tells his wife of his illness and tries to reconnect with his daughter. He is then recruited by another CIA operative to finish the earlier job, eliminating the seller (The Albino) and his boss (The Wolf), with promises of access to an experimental drug which might help hold off but not prevent) his impending death.

The movie then switches back and forth between the mission and the family and the pacing of the two stories is drastically different. There is one scene where he uses his fighting skills to extract his daughter from a potential gang-rape in a nightclub bathroom, which the daughter apparently has no memory of the next day (thanks to the effects of drugs or alcohol). But most of the family story is pretty slow, and kind of breaks the mood of the spy story.

The pacing is sufficiently problematic that it is difficult to recommend this movie very highly. The handler in Paris is pretty over the top, but the action scenes are reasonably well choreographed, so the movie is intermittently entertaining. I gave it three stars on Netflix, and that might be a little high, more like 2 1/2.
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20. Board Game: Wanted! [Average Rating:5.69 Overall Rank:13796]
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After having dinner (an unfortunately very mediocre burger) I decided I was up for some more brainy entertainment tonight and bought a ticket for A Most Wanted Man. Anyone familiar with the work of John Le Carre knows what his take on the shadowy world of spies and intelligence is and that you should not expect a Bond-like action movie when a film is based on one of Le Carre's books. I'm certainly not an expert but I have read two or three of his novels years ago and this movie was strikingly similar in tone although the setting has of course shifted from late Cold War to post-9/11.
The plot revolves around a young Chechen man who illegally arrives in Hamburg, Germany, having escaped detention and torture in a Russian prison. German and then also American intelligence pick up his trace and start investigating fearing he might plan an attack.
The late Philip Seymour Hoffman stars as Günther, a German intelligence officer leading the investigation. As always, his acting is excellent and he very much carries the whole movie. This is indeed welcome since the film is a bit of a slow starter... or maybe "quiet" is a more appropriate description. The support cast is also good, Rachel McAdams, Robin Wright and a number of well-known German actors do a more than decent job.
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This being a John Le Carre story, you sit in your chair and although you hope it is all going to work out in the end, you suspect it is not. Still, when the credits roll over the screen, I felt drained and a little bitter. The movie is impossible to watch simply as a piece of fiction. It is a commentary on our security policies that strikes very close to home.


A good movie, not sure I would call it enjoyable, though.

Edit: Apparently, the book was published in 2008. Makes sense, in some ways, the story is more pre-2008 than it is matching present time I believe.
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21. Board Game: Fargo [Average Rating:4.00 Unranked]
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So tonight I watched for the first time in ages the classic 1996 Coen Brothers' movie, Fargo. It was as good as I remembered - and I noticed a few scenes from the movie that were reproduced in the recently-concluded first season of the TV show, Fargo.

A loser car salesman in deep financial problems cooks up a deal with a couple of low-life losers to kidnap the salesman's wife and divide up the ransom, counting on the victim's wealthy father to pay. And, things go terribly wrong. Great performances all around, including Frances McDormand's Oscar-winning performance as a state trooper from Brainerd investigating homicides that lead her to the loser car salesman.

Highly recommended.

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22. Board Game: Trailer Park Boys Board Game [Average Rating:6.90 Overall Rank:13441] [Average Rating:6.90 Unranked]
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Watched this, the second Trailer Park Boys movie, based on the cult Canadian TV show. A group of loser petty criminals living in a bleak trailer park in Nova Scotia are out of jail (again) and end up tussling (again) with the drunk manager of the trailer park. The movie was pretty good although, like the show, there is a certain bleakness and desperation in the lives of the characters, even sexy Julian.

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23. Board Game: Judge Dredd Miniatures Game: Block War [Average Rating:6.07 Unranked] [Average Rating:6.07 Unranked]
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Watched it again. We caught it playing on TV near the beginning and just left it on.

It is a simple movie with not many frills, but, it is very Dredd and that's why it's cool.

We need at least one more with Karl Urban and Olivia Thirlby.

Still a 7.5/8 out of 10 for me.

Is it safe to say that DREDD was better than ROBOCOP? I still haven't watched the latter.
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24. Board Game: Home Run Baseball Challenge [Average Rating:5.30 Unranked]
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I love baseball as a sport, so I'm instantly inclined to like any movie about it. As a baseball and a movie fan I had a lot of people surprised I'd never seen this classic. And now I can see why so many people love The Natural. Robert Redford is great at playing a man of few words. He has a depth of expression that makes it clear he is thinking more than he says. He might not be convincing as a teenager in the opening scenes, but it's worth suspending your disbelief in order to get that great acting in the later scenes. I also think it's kind of neat how some of the most dramatic moments in the film are not targeted as the primary topic for the movie, instead they are only discussed in hushed tones almost completely off camera. It allows the current crisis of the New York Knights to take center stage. Of course it also fails to answer burning questions for a large portion of the movie, which led my mind to make some wild leaps trying to figure out what happened until they spelled it all out for us. Easily my favorite aspect of this film is that they captured how magical baseball can be. My heart swells in those big tense at-bats and I love watching Roy Hobbs when he accomplishes the impossible and stuns the fans and players alike.

One of the aspects that I didn't pick up on, but heard about after watching is all the symbolism and connection to the Arthurian legends. It would be interesting to watch it again and look for all those connections to the lore, but I'm not familiar enough with those tales to fully appreciate the links. I wonder if this connection with popular legends is why the plot feels so familiar. It's not necessarily a bad thing, but I never found the story all that unique, so I could easily predict what would happen from one scene to the next. The biggest negative issue I found in The Natural is the fact that the baseball doesn't feel authentic. Almost everyone who pitches a ball or swings a bat looks like an actor pretending to be a baseball player. As an avid fan of the sport I really appreciate when movies fake it right, but this movie seemed to fake it all wrong. Robert Redford doesn't have a big league style of swing or pitching and yet we're supposed to believe he's the best of the best. That being said, I still think The Natural is a feel-good sports drama that is worth watching. I won't be adding it to my collection, but I can see why many hold it in such high esteem.
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25. Board Game: Shake Up [Average Rating:5.19 Overall Rank:17158]
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I don't have a whole lot to say about this film that hasn't already been said in my reviews of the first 2 films. Almost everything I said about Supremacy holds true for Ultimatum. The shaky camera work is so frustrating I just can't stand most of the action scenes or even some of the scenes where a character is merely walking and we have to bounce up and down like we're on board a boat. There are moments where the action holds up and things aren't too chaotic, and I quite enjoy them, but they seem rare. I also still have issues with Matt Damon in the lead role. He is very flat and uninteresting, and I just find myself mentally ticking off a list of actors that would be better in the lead role. The one redeeming factor in this film is that the plot is much stronger than it was in Supremacy. I still feel Identity is the best story, but this one ties up a lot of loose ends and even makes connections to both the previous films. I particularly enjoy those moments when Bourne is out-smarting the CIA bigwigs. Also the final confrontation on the roof is simply amazing and I love the direct reference to Identity. I do wish that Julia Stiles could have stuck around for longer. While I don't need a romantic relationship in this style of action film, I still enjoyed her character and the interactions she had with Bourne. Despite the things I did like in the plot of this movie it wasn't quite enough to overcome the annoying queasy cam. In the future I'll probably only watch the first movie of the trilogy and leave these sequels for others with stronger stomachs.
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