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Updated February 16, 2007...Here I will give you reviews of movies I have either bought or rented. This of course will not be current box office motion pictures, but those that have been released for home viewing. The main reason I chose this way was first of all I do not like trying to watch a movie in a theater. The price of admission is too high, you stand in long lines, and the snacks are outrageous. It also never fails that someone nearby will be a distraction, and unlike in the comfort of my own home, the projection booth guy is not going to rewind the movie back to the part I missed. So with a little patience, virtually any good movie in time will come to home video. I will probably appear a bit vague in my reviews, but I do that on purpose. After all if I told you everything, you would maybe not bother seeing it yourself :-)
Although I do not completely agree with all of the motion picture industry's rules, I do believe that you should not illegally download, or copy movies. It is not worth it, and considering you can buy or rent those very same movies with better quality images at a minimal cost, it is better to be safe than sorry. There are lots of ways to buy movies, one way is online thru places such as Amazon. The other way of course is through your local retailer.. I am certain there are others too, and I am also certain what they sell is 100% legal. Also you can find good bargains on these movies at places like second hand stores, yard sales, etc. Of course the other alternative is to rent them, and usually this is at a reasonable price. There is online movie rental stores such as Netflix. Movie rentals is usually the best choice first because it allows you to review a movie to see if it is worth purchasing for your library. You can also purchase many DVD or VHS pre-viewed movies at select video rental stores for a reduced price.
"A man's happiest moment,,is also his weakest"
The fifth movie I am reviewing is "Naked Weapon" (2002), An Asia import movie which I thought on most counts got a pretty bad rap from the critics. Starring Maggie Q, Daniel Wu, Anya, Jewel Lee, Almen Wong Pui-Ha, Pei-pei Cheng, and brief appearences by sexy Marit Thoresen, and Monica Lo. Written by Jing Wong, and Directed by Siu Tung Ching. Now let's Review Naked Weapon
The next movie I will be reviewing is "Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever" (2002), Starring Lucy Liu, Antonio Banderas, Talisa Soto, Greg Henry, and Terry Chen. Written by Alan B. McElroy, and Directed by Wych Kaosayananda
For The Record:
My favorite actor of all time: Richard Burton
My favorite current actor: Al Pacino
My favorite actress of all time: Olivia de Havilland
My favorite current actress: Uma Thurman
Image: Library File
"This World Belongs To You"
Although Naked Weapon was made in China, Maggie Q could not speak Cantonese.
My Rental Pick
Rating: 5 Stars
"The Black Stallion,"
Tip: If the critics hate a movie, it's probably worth seeing :-)