- Total Viewings: 13
- First Viewings: 5
- Theater Viewings: 2
- Money Spent on Movies/TV: $86.13
Click here for a chronological list of the movies I watched in February.
Posted in Monthly Roundup, Movies
Tagged airplane!, Bruce Dern, Dallas Buyers Club, Jared Leto, Matthew McConaughey, Movies, Nebraska, The Croods, The Lego Movie, Will Arnett, Will Forte
Emmet Brickowoski (Chris Pratt) is an ordinary man struggling to find acceptance and friendship in his normal, everyday life. However, when he stumbles upon a relic that leads mysterious parties to believe he is “the special” one prophesized to save the universe, his life becomes anything but normal.
Led by Wyldstyle (Elizabeth Banks) and a group of “master builders” under the charge of the wise old Vitruvius (Morgan Freeman), Emmet must find a way to live up to the extraordinary high standards set by a prophecy he may or may not be the savior of all while on the run from the evil Lord Business (Will Ferrell) and his henchman Good Copy/Bad Cop (Liam Neeson).
Oh, and everything is made of LEGOs. Continue reading
Posted in Movies
Tagged animated, Animation, batman, Charlie Day, Chris Pratt, deus ex machina, Elizabeth banks, LEGOs, Liam Neeson, Morgan Freeman, Movie Review, review, screenwriting, script issues, The Lego Movie, theater, Will Arnett, Will Ferrell, Worth a Trip to Red Box, wreck-it ralph
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Here’s the latest episode of The Obsessive Viewer Podcast! We return to our Vault to enter 3 movies that we feel deserve a piece of absolute preservation.
There are some important announcements in this episode. First, of course, we refer to the new book site The Obsessive Book Nerd. And Tiny teases a new podcasting endeavor.
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Posted in The Obsessive Viewer Podcast
Tagged 1970s, 1980s, academy Awards, Adam Goldberg, Alien 3, Alien Resurrection, Andrew Kevin Walker, Atheism, Autumn, Back to the Future, Barry Pepper, Book reviews, Brad Pitt, Bryan Cranston, California, Carrie, Comic Books, cop drama, D-Day, David Fincher, Dean Cundey, Dennis Farina, Donald Pleasance, Ed Burns, Ender's Game, Envy, Evansville, Evil Dead, Fall, flight, Friday the 13th, Giovanni Ribisi, Gluttony, Goosebumps, Greed, Halloween, Horror Genre, horror movies, Hot Rod, I Love You Man, IGN, IMDb, Internet, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jeremy Davies, John Carpenter, Kevin Spacey, Leland Orser, Lost, Lust, Matt Damon, Michael Myers, Morgan Freeman, Nathan fillion, Netflix, News Reels, Normandy Invasion, Obsessive Book Nerd, Panoglide camera, Paul Giamatti, Presidential Biographies, Pride, Psycho, Pulp Fiction, Religion, Remakes, rob zombie, robocop, Roger Ebert, Rosemary’s Baby, Saving Private Ryan, Scary Movies, Se7en, Shakespeare in love, Silence of the Lambs, Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon, Sloth, South Pasadena, Space Jam, steven spielberg, Sunshine, Ted Danson, The Dark Tower, The Evil Dead, The Exorcist, The Godfather, The Lego Movie, The Omen, The Secular Perspective, the shape, The Shining, Theology, Thriller, Tom Hanks, Tom Sizemore, trick r Treat, Vault movies, Vin Diesel, War Bonds, War films, World War II, Wrath