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4.0 out of 5 stars Visuals abound, however the story lacks depth, June 11 2003
Now don't get me wrong, I enjoyed this movie to an extent. I really got sick of staring at Agent Smith, and watching Neo's eyebrows raise as if in surprise all of the time. I really liked and appreciated The Matrix, but had a hard time with Reloaded.
The story was not confusing to me (as I've heard other people say it was to them), but there were so many places that storylines just....ended. I appreciate that effect is so that in the next film, they can expand upon where they left off. However, for the sake of Joe American moviegoer, it leaves a lot of things undone and a great many things unsaid. It didn't leave you feeling as if you saw a great film that had a solid ending,… Read more
Room for Squares ~ John Mayer
Room for Squares ~ John Mayer
1.0 out of 5 stars Ugh., Dec 12 2002
This guy sounds as if he's never learned how to enunciate ANYTHING. He swallows vowels, consonants, and any life that might be in his "music". He's definitely not brilliant, nor do I understand how people could possibly listen to the entire CD, much less appreciate it.
There is some promise in his guitar playing, if only he'd keep his mouth shut while he was doing it, we'd all be better off.
Save your money for something a little more moving. You'll thank me for it.
Nine Inch Nails: Closure [Import] <b>VHS</b> ~ Trent Reznor
Ok, I love NIN. I have the utmost respect for Trent Reznor. However, I can't say that watching him smash up an exit sign was anything I ever hoped to see. Aside from that, Closure was an interesting, although not well-filmed (hey, they do throw in the disclaimer regarding that at the beginning, so at least there was a warning!)glimpse into the Self-Destruct tour. The pinnacle of the entire first video was the Trent Reznor/David Bowie duet of "Hurt", which is worth the video's weight in gold.
The second video is a collection of music videos, and I have to admit, I thought this was the better selection. I enjoy the artistry of Nine Inch Nails' music videos, and was very… Read more