Tags :: Reviews in Verse (Video)

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The Lorax [video]

The Lorax in 60 seconds: My “Reel Faith” video review.

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Tangled [video] (A review in verse)

Disney’s Tangled in 30 seconds — in rhyming verse.

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Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 [video] (A Review in Verse)

Here’s my 30-second rhyming review of Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows: Part 1.

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Rio [video]

Fasten your seat belts … I think this is the fastest talking I’ve done in any of these reviews!

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There Be Dragons [video]

If you don’t have 30 seconds to spare, here’s a spoiler: There aren’t really any dragons.

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Soul Surfer [video]

I just want to say: How often does the opportunity come to rhyme “island” and “Thailand”?

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Hop [video]

The hunt for bin Laden may be over, but let’s not forget: Hop is still in theaters, and will soon be coming to DVD.

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Winter’s Bone [video]

Paying tribute to Winter’s Bone in a 30-second rhyming review presented some challenges. I decided to riff on one of the bluegrass songs in the film, although without instruments (and with only 30 seconds to get it out) I had to make some adjustments to the rhythm and melody.

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Inception [video]

Back from a week in Spain! More to come this week on Of Gods and Men, once I catch my breath—and catch up on a few other things—but for now here’s my 30-second look at Inception. Enjoy!

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The Rite [video]

My latest Reel Faith YouTube mini-review.

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Of Gods and Men – [video]

Don’t worry—no joking around this time.

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The Social Network [video]

There is no excuse for this, I know. So I won’t try. Creation myths may need a devil, but Mark Zuckerberg didn’t make me do it. Mea cula, mea cula, mea maxima culpa.

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The Adjustment Bureau [video]

Complementing my full-length review of The Adjustment Bureau, here’s my 30-second take on the film in verse—the latest of my “Reel Faith” 30-second reviews from NET TV …

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The Tourist [video] (2011)

Johnny Depp is a wet blanket, and Angelina Jolie cranks the glamour so high she’s no longer human, in this would-be Charade style light-hearted romantic thriller. (There is one good scene, the boat chase in Venice.)