Born Skeptic

 
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S.W.A.T. (Widescreen Special Edition) (Bilingual) <b>DVD</b> ~ Samuel L. Jackson
You have seen this movie before. No really. You have. Maybe in different movies, but you have seen it. Every cheesy stereotype that typically is part of the Hollywood film experience is here and you will groan in recognition. The rebellious protagonist, the tough single mom, the insufferable, paper pushing boss, the team of people that no one believes in who prove themselves in the end, the evil foreigner and oh, the weak link in the group who betrays them. The only stereotype missing is the Jewish best friend. Even the dialogues are full of what the script writer thought were smart one liners. The action scenes are slick and the movie moves along at a fair clip, but you've seen it all… Read more
Identity (Special Edition) <b>DVD</b> ~ John Cusack
Identity (Special Edition) DVD ~ John Cusack
4.0 out of 5 stars Whodunnit, March 6 2004
The movie is off to a brilliant start. A serial killer is being given a last minute review of his death sentence (insanity plea) even as 10 people find themselves in a motel where they are being killed one by one. The psychiatrist is arguing the serial killers case. Meanwhile, the people in the motel discover that people are being killed according to their motel room numbers. They are all very different, a soap opera star, a chauffeur, a call girl, a cop, but they all have one thing in common. They were all born on the 10th of may. Who is killing them? One of them? The spirits of Ancient Indians on whose burial ground the hotel is built? The serial killer? Are these people seemingly normal… Read more
28 Days Later (Widescreen Special Edition) <b>DVD</b> ~ Cillian Murphy
4.0 out of 5 stars Monsters among us., March 6 2004
Okay, if you are expecting a horror movie, you might be disappointed. This is not really a traditional horror movie. There are no long lingering shots of zombies preying on humans. There are no nightie clad nubile lasses being chased, as they stumble and scream to get away. And by horror movie standards, there is not much blood and gore either.
What this movie does is different. It makes you think about fear. The world is being swept by a virus that turns you into a flesh eating zombie in mere seconds. There are a few people left. A man who retains his innocence only to lose it while he kills a child in self defense. A woman who has hardened herself in the interests of survival. A… Read more