Jodie Bass

By day, I'm a humble computer systems administrator, now, but in my life I've worked as a sound engineer, a radio disk-jockey, a custodian, a short-order cook and a whole host of other fun and educational occupations. No, I'm not a million years old and I don't know everything. I am a happily married father of three lovely girls and my family is the most important thing in my life. So, movie reviews just seemed to come naturally. You can see the connection, can't you?

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Elsewhere (2009) Movie Image

Elsewhere (2009) Movie Review

Veteran cinematographer Nathan Hope tries on his Writer and Director caps with “Elsewhere,” a small town thriller released in theatres...

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News From Development Hell: The Brazilian Job

In this episode of Development Hell, we have The Brazilian Job, the sequel to the remake The Italian Job (2003) with an all-star cast including Mark Wahlberg, Charlize Theron, Jason Statham, Mos Def and Edward Norton.

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Actor David Carradine, 72, found hanged in Bangkok hotel.

Well known actor, David Carradine, was found hanged in a hotel room in Bangkok, Thailand yesterday. According to his manager, Carradine, who is most famous for his role as Qwai Chang Caine in the 1970s TV series Kung-Fu, was in Thailand shooting his latest movie.

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The Longshots (2008) Movie Review

Like eating a familiar dish you’ve had a hundred times before, The Longshots, a true story inspired film starring Ice...

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Hell Ride (2008) Movie Review

There are few true bikers. There are only a few more people who know real bikers. No, you aren’t one...

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Wasting Away (2007) Movie Review

People think that every angle on the zombie movie has been covered. Zombies attack small farmhouse… check. Zombie menace from...

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Tre (2006) Movie Review

Let’s start this review with just the facts. Tre is an eighty-seven minute movie from Cinema Libre Studio coming out...

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The Cook (2008) Movie Review

I was taught, in school, that when you write a journalistic article that you never write in the first person....

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Juno (2007) Movie Review

Jason Reitman, the talented young director behind the critically lauded, and well deserved, Thank You For Smoking has crafted another...

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The Caretaker (2008) Movie Poster

The Caretaker (2008) Movie Review

Most teen slasher films need just three elements to make them interesting. First, create an intriguing and frightening back story...

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The Tripper (2006) Movie Review

There’s a great deal to be said about freedoms in America. Freedom of speech, freedom of expression, freedom of the...

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