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Friday, December 19, 2008

Top Films of Last Year, Freida Pinto, Pianocktail: The Piano That Mixes Drinks, more

  • Here is a list I should have posted last year. I had to get caught up on most of these in 2008. I've done better with seeing the films I wanted to see this year and my 2008 list will be coming soon.

    Top Films of 2007
    1) Zodiac 9/10
    2) Juno 9/10
    3) No Country For Old Men 9/10
    4) Sweeney Todd 8/10
    5) There Will Be Blood 8/10
    6) Eastern Promises 8/10
    7) Knocked Up 8/10
    8) Hot Fuzz 8/10
    9) Superbad 8/10
    10) Grindhouse 8/10
    Cloverfield 8/10
    American Gangster 8/10
    The Bourne Ultimatum 8/10
    Sicko 7/10
    Charlie Wilson's War 7/10
    Gone Baby Gone 7/10
    Michael Clayton 7/10
    Margot At The Wedding 7/10
    Before The Devil Knows You're Dead 7/10
    The Assassination of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford 7/10
    The Darjeeling Limited 7/10
    Persepolis 7/10
    Talk To Me 7/10
    3:10 To Yuma 7/10
    The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters 7/10
    Ratatouille 7/10
    I'm Not There 7/10
    The Kite Runner 7/10
    Transformers 7/10
    The Simpsons Movie 7/10
    Enchanted 7/10
    Live Free or Die Hard 7/10
    I Am Legend 7/10
    Atonement 7/10
    La Vie En Rose 7/10
    Joe Strummer: The Future Is Unwritten 7/10

    freida pinto pictures
  • Freida Pinto
    I just recently saw Slumdog Millionaire. While it is a bit overhyped, it will still probably be in my top 10 of 2008. The first hour is enlightening and enjoyable but the rest feels more like a rehashed version of 'City of God,' which is a pretty great film in its own right. However, I don't mind since much of the later screen time is devoted to the stunning Freida Pinto.

    pianocktail piano that mixes drinks
  • Building Pianocktail | Pianocktail in Action | Pianocktail Pictures
    Introducing the must-have gadget for the lush and musician in you: the piano that mixes drinks based on the song you play.

  • Mercury-Laden Sushi Sidelines Piven
    David Mamet: "My understanding is that he is leaving show business to pursue a career as a thermometer." Nice.

  • Credit Crunch: the board game
    From The Economist.


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