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Rex Sorgatz

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Lights Camera Jackson is the only movie review site you should be reading. This 11-year old puts SexMan (who is now apparently Pruane2Forever?) to shame. Ex: He gave Alice in Wonderland, a movie ostensibly marketed to him (and Neil Gaiman fan-girls and 40-year old man-children who still think Burton puts out good work) a D+!

Yes, the Cheshire Cat, the White Rabbit and Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum are involved in the story, but not that much. However, the one thing that is missing completely from this version of "Alice" is fun. Burton has made a serious film, that, at times, is even a bit depressing. And the movie gets off to a dreadfully slow start, as the first 20-minutes: Alice's life prior to falling into the hole, are completely unnecessary.

A+ review from someone who has never seen another Tim Burton film before he redid Willy Wonka! Are you legal yet? Call me! -- DG


Judging from the audience size in the theater, I'm probably the only one who saw Gamer this weekend. The trailer made it look awful, but it was better than you think! The conceit: rather than being about man versus machines, or about jacking into an alternate matrixy game universe, Gamer takes place in the real world but is inhabited by meatbots (remote-controlled humans). It's a little heavy on the first-person shooter action, but it's still watchable. The directors are going to be the next hot thing, with their upcoming adaptation of DC Comics' Jonah Hex (starring Megan Fox, Josh Brolin, John Malkovich, and Will Arnett).

Rating: 6 out of 10.
Starring: Gerard Butler, Michael C. Hall, Amber Valletta, Alison Lohman, Ludacris.
Directors: Mark Neveldine & Brian Taylor.