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Traitor

August 29th, 2008
Traitor is a tense drama of international intrigue that spreads from North Africa and the Middle East to the USA and even Canada. Don Cheadle stars as Samir Horn a Muslim born in Sudan who grew up in Chicago with his mother after his father perished in a politically motivated Sudanese car bombing. A stint as an army covert operative left him an explosive expert but because of conflicting alle ...

Goal II: Living the Dream

August 29th, 2008
Goal II: Living the Dream picks up where Goal: The Dream Begins left off in 2006. Kuno Becker again portrays Santiago Muñez the amiable Mexican underdog loaded with potential who beat the odds and landed a spot on the football team in soccer mad Newcastle England. Again we take Goal to Newcastle but not for long. Not only did he get that girl Roz (Pushing Daisies terrific Anna Friel) but now ...

Elegy

August 29th, 2008
Elegy with Vancouver playing New York and Long Beach playing Long Island cements Ben Kingsley as the hottest folicly challenged sex symbol since Telly Savalas. Here he plays long divorced and celebrated professor David Kepesh. Other than a strained relationship with his grown son (Peter Sarsgaard) he’s comfortable in his very non committal relationship with Carolyn (Patricia Clarkson) when no ...

Sukiyaki Western Django

August 29th, 2008
Sukiyaki Western Django is a cowboy tale wilder than the Wild West itself. The motif is western but the cast is Japanese in a story that takes place in a dusty hamlet some centuries after Japan’s legendary Battle of Dannoura in 1185. Two gangs with ancient rivalries, the Red Clan and the White Clan are at war again over gold found in this town called Yuda. Decorated Japanese film maker Takash ...

703 6540 BURLINGTON Avenue, Burnaby South, British Columbia

August 27th, 2008

I just finished uploading this Condo for sale, 703 6540 BURLINGTON Avenue, Burnaby South, British Columbia

Breathtaking south east unobstructed vista of Deer Lake, Mount Baker, Patullo & Alex Fraser. Walk to Metrotown & skytrain. Elevators recently refurbished. Building re-roofed & re-piped. Low maintenance fee. Perfect to live in or invest. Sui te features insuite laundry & semi ...

The House Bunny

August 22nd, 2008
The House Bunny is the brain child of Anna Faris who also plays Shelley a brainless Playboy bunny tossed to the wolves for the crime of reaching a certain un-Playboy-like age. She’s tragically turfed from the Playboy Mansion by Hef himself before she can fulfill her longstanding dream of making centrefold (but don’t worry, his octogenarian-ship isn’t really that nasty save for subjecting us t ...

Hamlet 2

August 22nd, 2008
Hamlet 2, also known as “Kiss Me Sexy Jesus” are titles that a purist could easily take offence to. Steve Coogan is Dana Marschz a mullet loving recovering alcoholic actor with crushed dreams. After only ever landing roles in bad infomercials (are there any other kind?) he winds up as a drama teacher in Tucson Oklahoma where it seems even big stars like Elisabeth Shue end up. She lampoons her ...

Frozen River

August 22nd, 2008
Frozen River stars Melissa Leo and Misty Upham but almost as importantly stars the eastern winter as a backdrop for the bleak, chilling and inhospitable future facing a trailer park single mother. Ray Eddy (Leo) is abandoned by her gamblers anonymous husband who has fallen off the wagon and taken off with the deposit on their double wide dream home. She can barely afford the popcorn and tang ...

The Longshots

August 22nd, 2008
The Longshots might play like a TV movie in search of a better writer if it were not based on true events. As it is maybe they were doing the best that they could with what they had which is a compelling story. Rapper Ice Cube is amassing an impressive filmography, possibly longer than his discography as he applies his clean cut edginess to Curtis Plummer a football never was in a has been Il ...

Tropic Thunder

August 15th, 2008
Tropic Thunder is the fictitious re-enactment of a non fiction book that turns out to be fiction and in the process fiction becomes reality. Huh? Never mind, all you need to know is that the laughs are non stop through this Ben Stiller directed comedy in which he also stars. The character development is brilliant as we get to know a lot about the movie stars within a movie by the opening scen ...
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