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The New York Times Guide to the Best 1,000 Movies &hellip by Vincent Canby
The The New York Times Guide to the Best 1000 Movies Ever Made, is not only a lengthy book to go through, but also seems like a list of good movies from a college student who thinks he will be heir to criticism fame, once Ebert dies...
The first mistake of the book is by only including films that were reviewed by the New York Times, which leaves out excellent films such as "Pandora's Box", "Metropolis", various Chaplin classics, "Intolerance", "Birth of a Nation", and on a subtler note, "Nanook of the North"... Now, I understand that the primary reason for exlcuding these films is the fact that the Times did not have reviews to go along… Read more
YuGiOh Eternal Duelist Soul by Konami
I remember when I first played DDS(Dark Duel Stories), the game was very innacurate to the original Trading Card Game. Why? Some of the rulings were bizzare beyond compare, such as the "element advantage" meaning Kuriboh could beat a Blue Eyes White Dragon because Shadow (Kuriboh's element) destroys Light (Blue Eyes's element). There were cards unnafected by this, such as Gate Gaurdian, Blue Eyes Ultimate Dragon, and Magician of Black Chaos. From all of the articles I have read about The Eternal Duelist Soul, this game should be very accurate toward the original card game, a flaw that DDS had that made it its own undoing. Also, card effects that DDS lacked nearly entirely are now restored… Read more
O Brother, Where Art Thou? <b>DVD</b> ~ George Clooney
O Brother, Where Art Thou? DVD ~ George Clooney
"O Brother Where Art Thou?" may be a mouthful of a title to say, but hidden under that lies a great, and really funny movie. Loosely based upon Homer's Odyssey, "O Brother Where Art Thou?" is about a man named Ebert who escapes from a prison with two other people (they're chained together by the ankles) and leaves in search of his wife and daughters. The trio ends up in many unusual events during the great depression, like escaping from a burning building, saving a black person from the Klu Klux Klan, and becoming a famous country band on the way. Funny at many parts, highly reccomended to anyone who likes movies made by Joel and Ethan Coen. If you liked "O Brother… Read more