Hello 2013!

February 20, 2013 at 8:57 pm | Posted in movies | Leave a comment

Been a long time for a hiatus, but Organized Confusion may be making a comeback! Hooray!

Stay tuned…


R.I.P. Corey Haim

March 10, 2010 at 9:00 am | Posted in movies | Leave a comment

Corey HaimWhen a celebrity dies, the least a person can do is look back on their career and contribution to society – in this case, the film lexicon. Corey Haim is best known by our generation for trailblazing the 1980’s teen buddy comedy with his partner in crime, Corey Feldman. Though some claim his death is just another statistic in the long line of drug-related celebrity passings, I will submit that though this does not come as a shock to me, that fact does not make it any less tragic. He represents an era fond to so many that you can’t help but look back with a smile.

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Drillbit Taylor

July 15, 2009 at 9:00 pm | Posted in movies | 2 Comments

Drillbit Taylor: So what’d you do to provoke him?
Wade: Well he’s fat, he’s a dork, and I’m awesome.
Drillbit Taylor: And by awesome, you mean scared, skinny, and lonely?
Wade: … Yeah.

Drillbit Taylor
DVD Wednesday – July 15, 2009

Normally, Organized Confusion will not waste the precious time of its readers with movies that are going to stink up the place. However, an exception was recently made for Drillbit TaylorContinue Reading Drillbit Taylor…

The Hangover

June 14, 2009 at 9:00 pm | Posted in movies | 1 Comment
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Alan Garner: You probably get this a lot. This isn’t the real Caesar’s Palace, is it?
Front Desk: What do you mean?
Alan Garner: Did, umm… did Caesar live here?
Front Desk: No.
Alan Garner: Yeah… I didn’t think so.

The Hangover
AMC Stony Brook – June 12, 2009

In honor of my return to New York for a momentous wedding of a dear friend to his lovely wife, I decided to continue the wedding theme by reviewing Hollywood’s latest comedy release, The Hangover.

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May 10, 2009 at 9:00 pm | Posted in movies | Leave a comment

Wow! I can’t believe that Orgconfuz will pass the 10,000 mark this week! Thank you so much for reading.

Lumiere Theater – May 9, 2009

A man becomes infected with Lyme’s Disease in Syosset, Long Island in the 1970’s. The effects on his family, friends and neighbors are tri-fold. The tale of a young man’s (Rory Culkin) journey coming to grips with his truly dysfunctional family dynamic, while dealing with the trials of puberty… Continue Reading Lymelife…

It’s a New Baby!

April 8, 2009 at 9:00 pm | Posted in animation, art, DVD, movies, music, orgconfuz, photography, theater, tv shows | Leave a comment

The 24" inch iMac. Whoa.

Apologies to all for the recent absence of updates… my review eyes were waaay bigger than my stomach. The transition to California continues swimmingly and will be completed by next week. However, all shall be rewarded very soon as I have a new baby coming! Yes that’s right… the 24″ piece of stunning technology pictured to the right will at last be MINE! Yay! I’m so excited, I can hardly contain my emotion!!!

What does this mean: More reviews to come, and major catch-up is required. Also, the podcast supplement entitled The Orgconfuz Playlist will now become much more frequent and hopefully clearer now that I have a microphone headset. Thanks for your patience!!

SFIAAFF: The Panda Candy

March 15, 2009 at 9:00 pm | Posted in art, movies, music | 3 Comments
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The Panda Candy
SFIAAFF @ Sundance Kabuki Theater – March 14, 2009

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Sweet Coraline…

March 8, 2009 at 9:00 pm | Posted in animation, movies, music | 3 Comments
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Coraline Jones: How can you walk away from something and then come towards it?
Cat: Walk around the world.
Coraline Jones: Small world.

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Go see Paul Blart: Mall Cop!

January 16, 2009 at 9:00 pm | Posted in movies | Leave a comment
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I’d like to take this opportunity to encourage everyone to go see Paul Blart: Mall Cop this weekend.

An old high school Thespian classmate of mine is in it, Stephen Rannazzisi. From what I can see from the trailer and the exclusive clips on the offical website, Steve plays a disgruntled hostage that may know Blart personally and looks down on his ability to protect the mall. Steve just recently became a father, so I plan go to support the box office opening weekend and I hope you will too!

The Reader

January 14, 2009 at 9:00 pm | Posted in movies | 1 Comment

ROHL: Societies like to think they operate by something called morality. But they don’t. They operate by something called law… Remember, the question is never ‘Was it wrong?’ but ‘Was it legal?’ And not by our laws, no, by the laws at the time.
DIETER: (frowns, unhappy): But isn’t that… narrow?
ROHL: Yes. The law is narrow.


The Reader
AMC Stony Brook – January 14

Semi-spontaneously, I went to see The Reader today as a matinee with my Mom – which is exactly how it should be seen. Despite the matinee senior citizen crowd, this is a gentle film with hard subject matter.

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