• 20 Million Miles to Earth

    20 Million Miles to Earth

    ★★★★★

    writing this from my phone. internet went out up at the cabin right as I was starting this flick. suffice it to say even without seeing very much of it (title sequence) i am a huge fan. not only is that a good chunk of miles, but it is from what I gather a movie about space, which as many people say, is the final frontier. had to pop on here and tell you guys. five stars.

  • 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days

    4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days

    not a very long time. and these are not very big numbers. one star (haven't seen)

  • 8½

    this movie is a joke. if 8 1/2...why not 9? and if 9, why not 10, and so forth, up to—not infinity, but let's say a number with some real heft to it, like 1000, 2000, or even 3000. i guess that's too much to ask for from whoever the fuck made this so called movie (don't know, don't want to know, never seen and never will). however looking on the bright side it's nice to know how far movies have come since 1963 when this dreck was released. we are no longer in the dark ages

  • 2001: A Space Odyssey

    2001: A Space Odyssey

    ★★★

    barely squeaks past 2000, but a rule is a rule. anything over 2000 is a three star. this movie is a great one featuring such lines as “I can’t let you do that Hal.” my film club did watch recently but that day I had an appointment (medical) and couldn’t make it—although the appointment was not urgent. someday though for sure I will take it in—I love space.

  • 2012

    2012

    ★★★

    not bad. imho anything above 2000 is at least a three star. sadly I have not seen as I am no fan of mister cusack

  • Lucky Number Slevin

    Lucky Number Slevin

    SLEVIN????? LITERALLY NOT A NUMBER

  • 10,000 BC

    10,000 BC

    ★★★

    now this is the kind of flick I can get behind. while it’s no millions, 10,000 is certainly a number with some heft to it and I enjoyed the trailer. that said, I did not manage to catch this one in theaters or home video.

  • 1941

    1941

    a flop and I can see why. while bigger than 1917, 1941 is still a very small number even compared to 1984, another flop. if you want big numbers look elsewhere (cf. Millions, personal fave.) nb have not seen

  • A 5,000 Kilometer Run under The Scorching Sun
  • The Number 23

    The Number 23

    The “number” 23 is so small it can barely be called a number. mister Carrey—fuck you

  • The Two Popes

    The Two Popes

    Too few popes. Give me a break.

  • Billion

    Billion

    ★★★★★

    Love. Need I say more? Don’t speak
    Russian so didn’t watch but if it’s playing at amc anytime soon I’ll be there popcorn in hand. amc member here.