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Ranking Status: Producer

Gender: Male

Current Area: Omaha, NE, USA

Home Town: Omaha, NE, USA

Education: BFA in Visual Communications & Design

Employer: Insurance

Position: Technology

About Me: I'm a movie junkie, based out of Omaha Nebraska.

Interests: I love anything with a good story: movies, books, music (cds/vinyl), and comic books.

Movie Profile

Film I Love: The Third Man

Film I Hate: Love, Actually

Guilty Pleasure: The Fifth Element

Favorite Genre: Mystery

Least Favorite Genre: Sport

Favorite Actors: Nicolas Cage & Samuel L. Jackson (Tie), Matthew McConaughey for moxie, Cary Grant for class & likeability, Gary Oldman for versatility

Least Favorite Actors: Steven Seagal, Fisher Stevens, Tom Green, Billy Zane

Favorite Director: Alfred Hitchcock or Billy Wilder

Least Favorite Director: Adam Sandler

Movie Quotes: From the Third Man: In Switzerland, they had brotherly love, they had five hundred years of democracy and peace ... and what did that produce? The cuckoo clock.

From Airplane!: Ted Striker: Surely you can't be serious. Rumack: I am serious... and don't call me Shirley.

From The Empire Strikes Back: Yoda: Do, or do not. There is no “try."

Latest Movie Review

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In the Heights

Such Great Heights!

While I've never been to Broadway to see a play on the stage, this movie makes me want to experience the story in its original format. Full disclosure, I like musicals a great deal, especially one with fantastic dance numbers (this movie has almost a dozen), which made this movie a wonderful treat. It's a tremendous adaptation. Excellent songs, exquisite set pieces, wonderful acting, engaging story. However, speaking critically as someone who has seen a variety of musicals, tonally the presentation feels like it's stuck in manic mode with little unsung dialogue and constant bombardment of large set pieces. It's a little "too much of a good thing" syndrome, and you wonder if the film on the whole (not the play) might benefit …

Recent Rating History

Movie Title Rating Overall Add
In the Heights 3.0/4 2.7/4
I'm All Right, Jack 4.0/4 2.7/4
Sabrina (1954) 4.0/4 3.1/4
One, Two, Three 4.0/4 2.8/4
The Major and the Minor 3.5/4 2.8/4

Top Movie List

# Movie Title Rating Overall Add
1. The Third Man N/A 3.2/4
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