I have gotten waaaay behind in rating some of the things I have seen and when that happens, I have to play catchup. That means doing away with the explanation of my ratings, and simply churning through them quickly. For that reason, you will only see a quick tagline – rest assured though, if I rate it highly, it’s worth taking a longer look. Here we go:

Fog City Mavericks – a great documentary that takes a look at the San Francisco film industry and how it has shaped cinema in America.
RATING 9 out of 10

Bus 174 – Another documentary – this is an amazingly enthralling look at a bus hijacking as Rio de Janeiro on June 12th 2000.
RATING 8 out of 10

In a Dark Place – I watched it because of my crush on Leelee Sobieski… she really needs to start picking better material.
RATING 2 out of 10

High Tension – a decent idea for a horror film. The dubbing is horrendous, but story holds up.
RATING 7 out of 10

Cashback – This little film was a big surprise for me. It is an original look at relationship that is written and shot extremely well.
RATING 9 out of 10