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Having lived (suffered?) through TV’s original 21 Jump Street in the late 80’s, I thought I knew what I was getting into with Phil Lord and Chris Miller’s updated film version. Thankfully, I was wrong... 21 Jump Street, the movie is nothing like its drama-leaning older brother. Sure it has similar pieces, but funny comes first and foremost here... and for most of the film, it works with hilarious success.
21 Jump Street
It seems like years since Eddie Murphy has had a chance to be Eddie Murphy. Not counting his turn as Donkey in the Shrek series, you have to go all the way back to 1999 and Bowfinger to truly appreciate the genius that solidified Murphy as my generation’s top comic. Brett Ratner’s comedy ensemble Tower Heist not only signals Murphy’s return to relevance but it makes for a laugh-filled 104 minutes of entertainment.
Words don’t begin to describe the horror that is Human Centipede 2: Full Sequence. Tom Six’s sequel to the equally depraved (but far less graphic) The Human Centipede: First Sequence is sickening beyond words, without an ounce of humor one could muster in its defense. If not for a planned third Sequence, you could argue its place as the most morbid film in the history of moviemaking.
The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence)
I’m all for a good idea and there’s no disputing a level of imagination in Andrew Niccol’s sci-fi thriller In Time. But ask yourself this... What good is an idea if it isn’t executed properly? I’ll tell you... Nada. In Time is cursed with a myriad of missteps, the least of which can be measured in hours and minutes.
I suppose a movie based on the life of Hunter S. Thompson has an obligation to be uneven in one way or another, and so it is with FilmDistrict’s The Rum Diary. While hilarious at times and eccentric throughout, the film staggers to a disappointing and almost boring end. Still, thanks to star Johnny Depp, Bruce Robinson’s first film in almost two decades manages to make the grade
The Rum Diary
‘I have one word for you: Me-Wow.’ And with that, Antonio Banderas’ feline alter-ego says all you need to know about the thoroughly enjoyable Puss in Boots, a DreamWork Animation’s spin-off of the popular Shrek series and a sure-fire hit in its own right.
Puss in Boots
I walked away from Gonzalo Lpez-Gallego’s sci-fi film Apollo 18 mildly entertained, but hardly impressed. Then I got home and took a gander at the film’s budget... a relatively unheard of $2.8 million. What’s changed? Well, I’m certainly more impressed; but it’s hard to get too excited over a science fiction title whose effects are hardly special. I appreciate the effort, but I’d love to have seen a pricier and subsequently shinier version.
It’s not often that I look forward to a movie... I mean really look forward to one. So you can imagine my excitement when two of my favorite passions (film and cooking) got together in Gereon Wetzel’s fascinating El Bulli: Cooking in Progress, a behind the scenes look at what many consider the world’s finest restaurant.
El Bulli: Cooking in Progress
In today’s vampire-heavy world of film and television, it takes someone special to stand out from the crowd. Cue Irishman Colin Farrell who brilliantly revises the role of Jerry Dandrige in Craig Gillespie’s entertaining remake Fright Night. Farrell seems so comfortable in the role of night stalker, that you’re likely to think twice about ordering extra garlic in his presence... just in case.
War is hell... and sometimes, so are its movies. For every Platoon or Black Hawk Down, there’s an Attack Force (with Steven Seagal) or the star studded-dud 5 Days of August from director Renny Harlin (Die Hard 2, Cliffhanger) It’s hard to knock a film with a budget just north of $10 million, but costly CGI & explosions notwithstanding, it doesn’t cost that much to write a decent line or two... or pull off a semi-authentic accent.
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