Monthly Archives: October 2014

Movie Quote of the Day – Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, 2004 (dir. Beeban Kidron)


Bridget Jones: I’m enjoying a relationship with two men simultaneously. The first called Ben, the other Jerry.


Movie Quote of the Day – Mystic Pizza, 1988 (dir. Donald Petrie)


Bill: Don’t you get it, Jo? I’m telling you that I love you. And all you love is my dick. Do you know how that makes me feel?

Movie Quote of the Day – Witchboard, 1986 (dir. Kevin Tenney)


Zarabeth: TTFN!
Jim Morar: TTFN?
Brandon Sinclair: Ta Ta For Now.

Movie Quote of the Day – The Prophecy, 1995 (dir. Gregory Widen)


Gabriel: See ya kids. Study your math! Key to the Universe.

Female Filmmaker Friday: Carrie, 2013 (dir. Kimberly Peirce)

If you’ve been following my video reviews, you’ll know I did a nice long video the other night about Kimberly Peirce’s 2013 version of Stephen King’s Carrie. You can watch that video here. I’m going to repeat a few things in my analysis, but I also want to repeat that 1) I haven’t read the book 2) I don’t believe that you should compare two movies that are both adapted from other source material 3) It’s been about 10+ years since I’ve seen De Palma’s Carrie, so I couldn’t do that even if I were inclined to do so.


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Movie Quote of the Day – Black Christmas, 1974 (dir. Bob Clark)


Barb Coard: Oh, why don’t you go find a wall socket and stick your tongue in it, that’ll give you a charge.

Movie Quote of the Day – Sneakers, 1992 (dir. Phil Alden Robinson)


Cosmo: There’s a war out there, old friend, a world war. And it’s not about who’s got the most bullets. It’s about who controls the information: What we see and hear, how we work, what we think. It’s all about the information.

Movie Quote of the Day – I Walked With A Zombie, 1943 (dir. Jacques Tourneur)


Dr. Maxwell: She makes a beautiful zombie, doesn’t she?

Movie Quote of the Day – School Ties, 1992 (dir. Robert Mandel)


Charlie Dillon: You know something? I’m still gonna get into Harvard. And in 10 years no one will remember any of this. But you’ll still be a goddamn Jew.
David Green: And you’ll still be a prick.

Chasing Amy: My Reviews of David Fincher’s “Gone Girl”

If you follow me on Tumbr or Twitter, or like the Facebook page, you’ve probably seen my video review series that I started earlier in September. In that series, I reviewed Gone Girl right after I saw it on Thursday night, trying to be as spoiler free as possible, since I figured many people probably hadn’t seen it yet. You can watch that review here:

My friend Ryan from The Matinee asked me to be on his podcast about the film on Sunday. This was a very spoiler-filled discussion and let me really say how I felt about the film. You can listen to that podcast here. This is definitely a divisive film and one that everyone will be talking about. I didn’t like it, but I’m glad I saw it.