Sunday, September 11, 2005


Tales From Netflix are DVD reviews, where I tell you where you should put a disc in your Netflix rental queue - placing it at the top, burying it at the bottom, or not even bothering in the first place.


Overall, I did enjoy this, it's just that by the end, as with so many movies, I couldn't swallow the many plot holes and ludicrous events that get thrown together along the way.
It was also surprisingly dark, I thought.
It was a fun setup and a decent watch, if you can look past the horrendous shortcomings.
I'd give Precinct a lower QUEUE rating.

FIREFLY - Disc One and Two

For more on Firefly, see the upcoming words in it's own piece here soon...
For now you just need to know Firefly, if you didn't get a chance to watch it on TV, is must see in any format, and as this is my second time through and it's still a hoot, it should definitely be on the top of your QUEUE!


The Jacket was a fun little watch. Adrian Brody was engaging and believable in this trip through the darker side of phychiatric hospitalization.
It never really manages to impress too much though, but is just genrally interesting enough to rate a mid QUEUE rating.

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