Helpful votes received on reviews: 83% (10 of 12)
Location: boston
Birthday: Jan. 25
In My Own Words:
ok im someone like most of you that is way too into movies, music, books etc.
i was a buyer for tower records for a few years and was lucky to get to really build a great collection of dvd's (about 550) and cd's (about 3000)
and too many books on shelves in piles and stored in boxes to mention..and my fiance still puts up with me and gets me gift certificates regularly to amazon
: )
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 479,440 - Total Helpful Votes: 10 of 12
Boogie Nights (Widescreen) <b>DVD</b> ~ Mark Wahlberg
Boogie Nights (Widescreen) DVD ~ Mark Wahlberg
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
although Hard Eight was the first time people may of heard of Paul Thomas Anderson (and a really great movie also) Boggie Nights was the film that truly marked the arrival of great director..for my money this movie is a well made and ENTERTAINING (something many film makers forget about) as almost any films to come out in the last 10-15 years. great story arc..well written script..authentic feel, without trying too hard for that 70's cheesiness it just seems natural..and just flat out stellar performances from a huge cast...too me while not on the same level it has the same sweeping through the gutter, rags to riches to rags feel as Goodfellas..and like that movie gives realness and depth… Read more
High Fidelity <b>DVD</b> ~ John Cusack
High Fidelity DVD ~ John Cusack
4.0 out of 5 stars Too Close To Home, June 10 2004
this movie nailed it on the head, well for me anyway..from being obsessed with making mix tapes..to not knowing where your life is heading..to troubled realtionships and the struggles that come from it..i think i might be Rob Gordon..which i dont know is a good or bad thing..but i do know i love this movie..
if your a music fan or have spent any time scouring used record shops while your wife or girlfriend is at home pissed because there is no room for anymore records. then you will love and relate to this move...its a true to life love story.. a story of trying to figure out where you screwed up in life..and a very funny comedy.
Almost Famous: Untitled (The Bootleg Cut) (3-Disc &hellip
4.0 out of 5 stars Rock and Roll Fantasy, June 10 2004
although a based on a true story, Almost Famous plays like every 16 year olds rock and roll fantasy. i love this movie.
i cant vouch for its authenticity but you want to believe its all true...who wouldnt want to run away with a rock band..live among the stars and fall in love with Penny Lane..even for a short time..the movie shows the ups and downs of a touring band trying to make it big..in the still some-what innocent times of the 1970's. humor, tears, and hey even a happy ending..just a great movie for anyone who loves music..the dvd has great extras too the deleted scene with "air-drumming" to stairway to heaven is absolutely hysterical.