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December 11th, 2009 at 12:04am Comment

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September 14th, 2009 at 4:10pm Comment

JerrySaravia wrote a review of Alexander. "Alexander" is a bloated, beautiful, muddled mess of an epic. There are images and performances of searing power, and there is just enough melodrama to make fans of lavish epics puke. Blonde-haired Alexander the Great (Colin Farrell) was one of the greatest of all conquerors, a visionary whose ... more

August 17th, 2009 at 9:25am Comment


Genre: Action & Adventure

Oliver Stone epic about the Macedonian king.

JerrySaravia wrote a review of Time After Time. For truly harmless sci-fi fare with a twinge of irony, you can't do much better than "Time After Time," a very entertaining suspense thriller that successfully hinges on its two leading stars to make it work. Set in 1893, Malcolm McDowell is H.G. Wells, the legendary science-fiction writer, who ... more

August 17th, 2009 at 8:47am Comment

Time After Time

Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy

H.G. Wells time-travels to the year 1979 to stop Jack the Ripper.

JerrySaravia wrote a review of Sicko. There is no dispute (except among pharmaceutical CEO's) that the health care system in America is a joke. Nobody needs Michael Moore to remind us of that either, yet Moore does something unusual here. In his former, incendiary documentaries, he would attack the establishment for not catering to the ... more

August 17th, 2009 at 8:39am Comment


Genre: Documentary

Documentarian/provocateur Michael Moore takes on the for-profit American health care system.

JerrySaravia wrote a review of Bottle Rocket. How many more movies about Generation X-er's who embark on a life of crime by becoming bank robbers do we need to see? This is a tale told by many, signifying very little. "Bottle Rocket" could have been the same kind of movie but it has a warmth and an offbeat sense of humor (reminiscent of "The ... more

August 17th, 2009 at 8:03am Comment

Bottle Rocket

Genre: Comedy

Wes Anderson’s directorial debut, about two misfits planning a heist.

JerrySaravia wrote a review of Knocked Up. "Knocked Up" is the 2000 version of Cameron Crowe's classic "Say Anything." The difference is in the execution because "Knocked Up" is a raunchier, zonked-out, free-for-all, highly spirited version of the same old story of a lovable male loser and a sophisticated, firm, ambitious woman. It is also ... more

August 17th, 2009 at 7:49am Comment

Knocked Up

Genre: Comedy

Adult responsibility comes calling when a stoner knocks up an ambitious career woman.

JerrySaravia wrote a review of Killer of Sheep. "Killer of Sheep" is not a film that is designed to entertain, only to inform in the most poetic way possible - through pure images. In that spirit, despite its creaky pacing and other faults, it is an extraordinary portrait of an impoverished black family in L.A, specifically the Watts area. Stan... more

August 14th, 2009 at 3:15pm Comment

Killer of Sheep

Genre: Drama

Charles Burnett’s celebrated debut film is an incisive portrait of black life in Watts.

JerrySaravia wrote a review of The Wrestler. One of the reasons I like director Darren Aronofsky's films is that they are alive and completely conscious, similar to his contemporaries such as Martin Scorsese and Oliver Stone. "The Wrestler" is more than a film - it is a firecracker of a movie that explodes and implodes with so much emotion, it... more

August 14th, 2009 at 2:52pm Comment

The Wrestler

Genre: Drama

Darren Aronofsky’s acclaimed character study of Randy “The Ram” Johnson, a wrestler who, 20 years after his prime, is still a contender.

JerrySaravia wrote a review of Grindhouse. "Grindhouse" is a reminder of the low-budget flicks of the late 60's and early to mid-late 70's - the kind of genre pictures that had an anything goes mentality. From everything like "Mondo Trasho" and its infinite kin of bizarre "Mondo" titles to those Pam Grier blaxploitation flicks to everything ... more

August 14th, 2009 at 10:43am Comment


Genre: Horror

Rodriguez and Tarantino back-to-back: The renegade auteurs pay homage to low-budget genre movies in this double feature.

JerrySaravia wrote a review of Halloween. Rob Zombie's "Halloween" re-imagining is a perversely violent and dishonest piece of trash that never comes close to the spirit and sheer horror of the John Carpenter classic. At once histrionic and mind-numbingly violent to the point of outdoing bloody mayhem in even "Saw" or its slew of torture ... more

August 14th, 2009 at 10:02am Comment


Genre: Horror

Remake of the John Carpenter classic, about a masked psychopath who kills babysitters.

JerrySaravia wrote a review of Forgetting Sarah Marshall. The other day I saw 1934's "It Happened One Night" and was reminded what a great screwball comedy it was and how its situations revolved around its main characters whom I cared about. It was also a great romantic comedy, sharper and edgier than most others of its ilk. I can say the same for "... more

August 14th, 2009 at 9:34am Comment

Forgetting Sarah Marshall

Genre: Comedy

A heartbroken young man takes a trip to Hawaii, where he meets a stunning desk clerk.

JerrySaravia wrote a review of The Incredible Hulk. Why on earth did Edward Norton make a boring Hulk movie? Why do moviegoers hate Ang Lee's "Hulk" so much? Why even bother with essentially reimagining or remaking, or whatever you want to call it these days, the 2003 box-office bust that was "Hulk"? These questions plagued me while watching "The ... more

August 14th, 2009 at 9:08am Comment

The Incredible Hulk

Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy

Bruce Banner tries to deal with his anger management problems – with incredible results.

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