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December 20, 2005
Ebert’s Best 10 Movies of 2005. Good grief, I haven’t seen ANY of these.
PostedDecember 20, 2005 — 6:52 pm
December 20, 2005 — 6:54 pm
Hmm, don’t get out much, eh?
December 20, 2005 — 8:29 pm
Not when the bloody movies cost $15 a ticket… *grumble*
December 20, 2005 — 9:06 pm
and most of them have yet to open in Sydney.
December 21, 2005 — 12:08 am
Crash was awful. Predicatable, preachy overly-furrowed [brow] tripe. Don’t know about the other nine, but I have to strongly object to that one. Which is too bad, because Matt Dillon is either aging well or has a great surgeon.
December 21, 2005 — 3:21 am
me and you and everyone you know sucked it hard. the only saving garce in that waste of 90 minutes was the little kid. he was awesome!
December 21, 2005 — 2:14 pm
Bless you, brigita–I’ve been afraid to admit that I was WAY unimpressed with Crash. It was way too pleased with itself, don’t you think? Not sure what Ebert is thinking there…
December 22, 2005 — 12:01 am
Sounds like I didn’t miss much this year! Still, it would’ve been nice to at least have the chance to gripe about RENT’s omission…
December 22, 2005 — 12:06 am
My reaction to Crash was “Yeah, racism is bad and still exists. Don’t you have anything new and revelatory to say on the subject?” More on that and my similar don’t-believe-the-hype disappointment when I saw Mystic River over here in the comments.
December 23, 2005 — 3:29 pm
I really enjoyed Crash. It was a movie that didn’t glamorize or gloss over racism, and it pretty much showed that whites and non whites, tend to discriminate against each other. It was really well written, I just remember it flooring me. ::shrugs::
Loved King Kong too, but I think I’d rank “Good Night and Good Luck” higher.
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