Sam Rockwell, ya mama

Weekend — two films with Sam Rockwell, mostly memorable as the obnoxious Wild Bill in Green Mile. Both good.

First — Confessions of a Dangerous Mind. Howard Stern’s Private Parts meets Beautiful Mind. I didn’t know what it is about, which is good, that’s how i love my movies — surprising.

The second was Matchstick Men whichs was also a good surprise. A little more than an average Hollywood sympathetic con-artist movie. The welcome bonuses include the very charming Alison Lohman, and some great acting by Nicolas Cage, who takes a few hints from Monk. Very much a Hollywood movie though, but good fun.

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