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jasoncarulli

About me

I am a freelance designer determined to pursue my dream of becoming a self sustained professional in the design world. With a special focus on interactive web design, I have positioned myself to meet the challenges of your marketing needs. The possibilities and reach of the internet has enabled visual media to be the most versatile design medium in our day and age. It is the challenge to immerse oneself into anothers business, learn it inside and out, and develop a visual concept that captures the target audience. And above all, it is the ability to create inspired design that communicates to the world through the power of a click.

Occupation: web designer

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About my collections

Started collecting baseball cards at a young age and progressed to music, books, and DVDs.

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Recent reviews

All reviews - Movies (203) - TV Shows (3) - DVDs (17) - Music (4) - Games (6)

Book of Secrets

Posted : 7 years, 2 months ago on 23 December 2007 06:18 (A review of National Treasure: Book of Secrets)

God I love this genre of movies, I love it so much that I can even withstand watching one of my top 5 worst actors in Hollywood, Nic Cage. However, the beauty of this film is, it doesn't matter who plays the lead. Definitely a great followup to the original, and a great number of clues that will undoubtably lead to next installment.

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FreeDUMBland

Posted : 7 years, 2 months ago on 23 December 2007 06:07 (A review of Freedomland)

Freedomland? More like FreeDUMBland. How did the writers of this movie possibly think they could draw out and highlight the existence of racial separation still found throughout the US with such a weak plot revolving around the worst performance of Julianne Moore's career? I mean seriously, it was a poor attempt to bring awareness to the American public.

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Ernest Saves Xmas

Posted : 7 years, 2 months ago on 22 December 2007 07:21 (A review of Ernest Saves Christmas)

How Jim Varney was given chance after chance to continue his career is beyond me. But hey, it's a Christmas movie, how can you hate on that?

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Casino Ripoff

Posted : 7 years, 2 months ago on 22 December 2007 07:08 (A review of Casino Royale)

If I could have given this zero stars I would have. I actually had to turn it off half way through, I couldn't take the fact that Peter Sellers and Orson Welles would stoop so low to break such a magnificent franchise.

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Annapolis

Posted : 7 years, 2 months ago on 22 December 2007 07:06 (A review of Annapolis)

Jordana Brewster is hot, but come on. And James Franco? Harry freaking Osborn? Give me a break, let the man in the red spider suit take the lead, you are not ready for the spotlight.

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Prestige

Posted : 7 years, 2 months ago on 2 December 2007 06:34 (A review of The Prestige)

Pay close attention because Christopher Nolan rolls out another gem in Memento fashion. Beautiful twists in this one along with some much deserving recognition to my hero, the world's most brilliant man, Nikola Tesla.

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10th and Wolf

Posted : 7 years, 3 months ago on 30 November 2007 11:31 (A review of 10th & Wolf)

Nothing new or special from this typical mob story. G.Ribisi plays the role well, but outside of his performance there is little to make this a recommended film.

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Kingdom of Heaven

Posted : 7 years, 3 months ago on 30 November 2007 11:28 (A review of Kingdom of Heaven)

Nothing new here. A recycled formulaic period piece set in Jerusalem. Once again, the story centers around one man's courage to lead his people to freedom, blah, blah, blah...

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Dice

Posted : 7 years, 3 months ago on 29 November 2007 06:47 (A review of The Adventures of Ford Fairlane)

This movie was a surprisingly good 80s detective movie, especially considering the brash, foulmouthed Andrew Dice Clay was the star. Got to admit though, he was pretty good, and I am surprised we got no sequels in the series...

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Transformers

Posted : 7 years, 3 months ago on 29 November 2007 06:40 (A review of Transformers)

Great action but it seemed geared more towards kids (which is an obvious adaptation from the cartoon), but it was a little too kooky for me at times.

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Book of Secrets

“God I love this genre of movies, I love it so much that I can even withstand watching one of my top 5 worst actors in Hollywood, Nic Cage. However, the beauty of this film is, it doesn't matter who plays the lead. Definitely a great followup to the original, and a great number of clues that will und” read more

7 years, 2 months ago
jasoncarulli posted a review of Freedomland

FreeDUMBland

“Freedomland? More like FreeDUMBland. How did the writers of this movie possibly think they could draw out and highlight the existence of racial separation still found throughout the US with such a weak plot revolving around the worst performance of Julianne Moore's career? I mean seriously, it was a” read more

7 years, 2 months ago

Ernest Saves Xmas

“How Jim Varney was given chance after chance to continue his career is beyond me. But hey, it's a Christmas movie, how can you hate on that?” read more

7 years, 2 months ago
jasoncarulli posted a review of Casino Royale

Casino Ripoff

“If I could have given this zero stars I would have. I actually had to turn it off half way through, I couldn't take the fact that Peter Sellers and Orson Welles would stoop so low to break such a magnificent franchise.” read more

7 years, 2 months ago
jasoncarulli posted a review of Annapolis

Annapolis

“Jordana Brewster is hot, but come on. And James Franco? Harry freaking Osborn? Give me a break, let the man in the red spider suit take the lead, you are not ready for the spotlight.” read more

7 years, 2 months ago
jasoncarulli posted a review of The Prestige

Prestige

“Pay close attention because Christopher Nolan rolls out another gem in Memento fashion. Beautiful twists in this one along with some much deserving recognition to my hero, the world's most brilliant man, Nikola Tesla.” read more

7 years, 2 months ago
jasoncarulli posted a review of 10th & Wolf

10th and Wolf

“Nothing new or special from this typical mob story. G.Ribisi plays the role well, but outside of his performance there is little to make this a recommended film.” read more

7 years, 3 months ago
jasoncarulli posted a review of Kingdom of Heaven

Kingdom of Heaven

“Nothing new here. A recycled formulaic period piece set in Jerusalem. Once again, the story centers around one man's courage to lead his people to freedom, blah, blah, blah...” read more

7 years, 3 months ago

Dice

“This movie was a surprisingly good 80s detective movie, especially considering the brash, foulmouthed Andrew Dice Clay was the star. Got to admit though, he was pretty good, and I am surprised we got no sequels in the series...” read more

7 years, 3 months ago
jasoncarulli posted a review of Transformers

Transformers

“Great action but it seemed geared more towards kids (which is an obvious adaptation from the cartoon), but it was a little too kooky for me at times.” read more

7 years, 3 months ago
jasoncarulli posted a review of Revolver

Revolver

“More ambiguous than ever, Guy Ritchie continues his assault on the crime genre with this limited release gem. Unfortunately, the movie leaves little to the viewer in understanding as the movies outcome is left open to suggestion. I have my two theories, but without knowing a single person who has se” read more

7 years, 3 months ago
jasoncarulli posted a review of Pet Sematary Two

Pet Sematary 2

“Ouch. Not the followup Edward Furlong had envisioned after breaking waves in T2. This one is bad. Picture a zombie version of Cujo.” read more

7 years, 3 months ago

Halloween 4

“How can you not love the Halloween series? It ay be fading out with originality but what do you expect from a man that never dies?” read more

7 years, 3 months ago

3 Burials

“Overall, Tommy Lee Jones delivers a great message but the ending falls short of expectations. Great location and setting.” read more

7 years, 3 months ago
jasoncarulli posted a review of Dan in Real Life

Dan in Real Life

“Love Steve Carell. Dane Cook continues to prove that the leap from standup to the silver screen is not working. Overall, it was good, but extremely awkward situations made me squirm in my theater seat. I definitely could have waited till video.” read more

7 years, 3 months ago
jasoncarulli posted a review of The Vanishing

Vanishing

“Jeff Bridges is nuts and I don't really understand why. Not knowing what happened to Sandra Bullock is disturbing, but this film had a quality that rivaled a made-for-tv movie.” read more

7 years, 3 months ago
jasoncarulli posted a review of Ghost Rider

Ghost Rider

“Unbelievable. This tops the worst movie I have seen lately category in a landslide and I don't expect it to fall from the there anytime soon. What a way to ruin a truly remarkable comic series.” read more

7 years, 3 months ago
jasoncarulli posted a review of Vacancy

Vacancy

“Come on, are you kidding me with the horror movie heroine role...again! They definitely kept me on the edge of my seat the entire movie, but the outcome is just so unbelievable it just upsets me. Seriously, I watched this, The Messengers, The Reaping, and The Hitcher in the same week, and if all of ” read more

7 years, 3 months ago
jasoncarulli posted a review of Fracture

Fracture

“Felt more like a decent production of Law & Order than a movie. Quite boring, but interesting how Ryan Gosling pulled it together by the finish.” read more

7 years, 3 months ago
jasoncarulli posted a review of 1408

1408

“I was really excited to finally sit down and watch this film, especially following John Cusak's performance Identity. Unfortanely this one fell far short of my expectations and had I realized it was Stephen King, I would have never bothered.” read more

7 years, 3 months ago
jasoncarulli posted a review of The Reaping

Reaping

“Not much of a twist here if you bothered to actually watch the whole thing. Too similar to others in the genre to stand out. Hillary Swank better find a pair of boxing gloves fast if she plans to redeem herself from this nightmare.” read more

7 years, 3 months ago
jasoncarulli posted a review of Deja Vu

Deja Vu

“Very interesting new age sci-fi thriller. On one hand, time travel has been beaten to death inside the movie genre, but on the other, this seemed very fresh. Kept me on the edge of the seat the whole time. A must see.” read more

7 years, 3 months ago
jasoncarulli posted a review of Bug

Bug

“Um, wow. One word, disturbing. Ashley Judd and Michael Shannon put on some of the best performances I have ever seen. You can't tell me there was no way she had a script for the ending of that movie, simply brilliant. I can't believe this was adapted from a play. I didn't love it, but I have been th” read more

7 years, 3 months ago
jasoncarulli posted a review of The Hitcher

Hitcher

“Just about the same plot structure as about 5 other films that were released in the same time period, the women gets away as the hero...which, is extremely ridiculous. The original was so much better.” read more

7 years, 3 months ago
jasoncarulli posted a review of Primeval

Primeval

“Dual killers walk the plains of Africa in this thriller. One giant crocodile emerges as the local legend as an infamous serial killer while his creator walks among political upheaval. Lake Placid did it better the first time...” read more

7 years, 3 months ago
jasoncarulli posted a review of Wild Hogs

Wild Hogs

“Wow, this movie wasn't funny at all. What was funny however was seeing 4 fading Hollywood stars try to resurrect their careers via midlife crisis cross country motorcycle rides. It was a little to real for those actors and not funny to me.” read more

7 years, 3 months ago
jasoncarulli posted a review of Tsotsi

Thug

“I spent the first half of the movie trying to figure out if the lead character was a girl or guy. But once I got around that issue, the story on the surface did little if anything for me. It was the underlying meaning of Tsotsi's internal struggle that I took away from this one.” read more

7 years, 3 months ago

War at Home

“What movie during the 80's didn't feature the cast of Michael Douglas, Kathleen Turner and Danny DeVito side by side. This one was not good though.” read more

7 years, 4 months ago
jasoncarulli posted a review of The Ex

Ex

“Zach Braff is the worst actor in Hollywood. His movies are worse.” read more

7 years, 4 months ago
jasoncarulli posted a review of Halloween

Halloween in August

“Rob Zombie is a genius with his character development. Not only does he introduce Michael Myers as a child, he takes the original movie's focus on Lori Strode and redirects back onto what should have been the main character all along, Michael Myers. I love both equally, but the rebirth is by far the” read more

7 years, 5 months ago

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Thanks for all the votes! You even voted for my reviews. I appreciate it!