As I watch the Cardinals play the Cubs, it occurs to me that major league baseball players are extreme sufferers of OCD. Nomar Garciapara is a great example. He can take a pitch without swinging, yet still resecure his batting gloves twice each, pat his elbows, straighten his hat and take exactly the same number of practice swings before being "ready." Baseball is full of players with odd idiosyncrasies.
Might I suggest cognitive behavioral therapy?
On to the movie "Red Eye." You should know that my "reviews" are not in depth, detailed or well worded. If this is what you're looking for, Gene Siskel is your man. Or RCS.
Rachel McAdams is simply the hottest thing on film.
In this movie, she plays a hotel reservations clerk who is being blackmailed into helping an unidentified group kill a US government official. I won't go into details, I could easily spoil it for you.
The movie starts a little slow, but it doesn't take long to pick up and pull you in. The plot was decent, there were no surprises and it was relatively predictable. I came away from the movie feeling it was worth the money... and full of Raisinettes.
Three out of five stars.