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Muppets Most Wanted


(out of 5)

The last film put the loveably fuzzy creatures, originally created from the fertile imagination of Jim Henson, back on top of show biz after years of obscurity, so why not indulge in a sequel!   321 more words


The Zero Theorem (2014)

Terry Gilliam has never found it easy to make one of his downright weird films. Studio interference has almost invariably led to project delays, postponements, and outright cancellations, with his final cuts emerging bruised, bloodied and Рmore often than not Рbroken. 827 more words


Bear Jew

“He bashes their brains in with a baseball bat is what he does. Now, Werner, I’m gonna ask you one more goddamn time, and if you still “respectfully refuse,” I’m callin’ the Bear Jew over here, and he’s gonna take that big-ole bat of his, and he’s gonna beat you to death with it. 22 more words


Inglorious Basterds - Strudel Scene

This is one scene that stuck with me for a long time after watching a film that has some pretty memorable and scarring visuals. Every time I see apple strudel I immediately think of Christoph Waltz’s perfect psychopathic expression as he watches Shoshanna cut into that flaky pastry. 161 more words

Z To A: Inglourious Basterds (2009)

(Z To A is an ongoing series: cumulative reviews of my DVD collection in reverse alphabetical order.)

Plot Synopsis: Brad Pitt takes no prisoners in Quentin Tarantino’s high-octane WWII revenge fantasy, Inglourious Basterds. 952 more words


Review: The Zero Theorem

Qohen Leth (Christoph Waltz) is a drone working for Mancom, a number-cruncher with a catalogue of phobias and neuroses who longs to work from home in the hopes of receiving a divine telephone call; one that will give meaning to his woeful existence. 788 more words