director: Michel Gondry

The Green Hornet

January 14, 2011
This is one movie I was looking forward to reviewing. I grew up with the old TV series of "The Green Hornet", the Bruce Lee and Van Williams' TV show. I was hoping this would be a good movie and that it would pay homage to the old TV series. Unfortunately, this movie is bad. So bad, I can't [...]

Be Kind Rewind

February 22, 2008
If possible, the viewer of this film would be better off if he/she could rewind this movie to the beginning and start over by making another film. Apart from the content issues in this film, which includes some strong language and sexual comments, the movie's jokes fall flat several times. The [...]

The Science of Sleep

September 22, 2006
This may be the most bizzare film I have ever seen. It drifts so seamlessly back and forth between reality and the mind that the viewer is hard pressed to determine which one the film is displaying at any given time. It goes from live-action scenes to animated scenes and had a cardboard box car and [...]

Dave Chappelles Block Party

March 3, 2006
Although humorous at times, this film was not a traditional comedy-it was a documentary. Dave Chappelle and his camera crew trotted from Ohio to New York collecting "regular people" to attend his free Block Party held on September 24, 2004. The best part of this film was not the few comedy routines [...]

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

March 20, 2004
This is a comedy with underlying sadness and misery throughout. No character has joy or hope in this story about real, relational choices — whether to accept the reality of flawed relationships or to reject reality and live in utter discontent. The commendable themes, however, are accompanied [...]

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