Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Laibach, Aug 13, 2015.
Dark Man is one his most powerful perfomances.
I want a sequel and ending he could pull it off.
I'd watch that! and of course he can...
I think that Liam Neeson's greatest role was Oskar Schindler in Schindler's List.
Michael Collins is also good.
Hey, I love Blu-ray as much as anyone and I'd gladly replace all my DVD's with Blu-rays if money were no object but c'mon, not everyone wants to upgrade every damn movie they've ever bought. It's not always, "obsolete and old things are cherished", sometimes it's just, "Do I replace ALL these DVD's with Blu-rays or just a select few?"
yes...both were great...especially SL.
perfectly put...I have thousands of DVDs and I can pick up excellent movies for a buck used these days...works for me.
I also buy combo DVD/BR sets as well. I can never replace all my DVDs with BR...my pockets would burn.
Although his was only a supporting role, "Kingdom Of Heaven", was a great film.
And good acting is still good acting in standard definition!
yes! I consider myself fortunate to be able to enjoy a movie for the content and not how many hairs and beads of sweat I can count on the actors brow...it must suck to not be able to enjoy a movie for what it is...but, I grew up before we even had home video...it was "at the movies" or on TV, AND I enjoyed them just as much as I do today.
Isn't that from Last of the Mohicans?
Only then she finishes with "and I WILL kill you!"
He's very good in 5 Minutes of Heaven.
recently watched The Grey...excellent!
No 'The Grey 2" for sure.
that's for sure!
Another in his recent action-hero mode is UNKNOWN. I like that one a lot.
He's also got a small role in EXCALIBUR, way back in his younger days.
yes, I have that on DVD...very good.
Starting to look a wee bit like John Wayne.
For an off the populist beat Liam Neeson film (tv drama), with James Nesbitt,
Five Minutes of Heaven 2009, excellent drama and acting from both.
Qui-Gon Jinn (Phantom Menace)
I remember seeing him in a courtroom thriller with Cher and Dennis Quaid (Suspect) that was pretty good and Next of Kin with Patrick Swayze.
Rob Roy is probably my favorite movie of his (I've seem most, not all, of his movies.) I really like Excalibur too but he just has a small supporting role in that.
I care. And other people I know care enough to stop putting money in his pocket. You can add Tarantino to that list now, too.
Probably because the are both from the British Isles, folks are not allowed to own guns there.
and so it should be...
Krull: A b-movie with a lot of future a-list actors
Got my daughters middle name,Elyssa,from this movie.It wasn't until years later when I saw it again that I realized the princesses name was actually Lyssa. Dad don't party like he did back in the 80's ....
Ordered the BD
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