Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Ken_McAlinden, Dec 8, 2014.
Odd Boy (The 2003 South Korean version)
Certainly lives up to its title!!!
"Alien Vs. Predator" (2004)
A research team investigates a newly discovered ancient pyramid beneath Antarctica (?) ...and discovers too late that they've stumbled into a Predator training ground, so they are now caught in the middle of the hunters' ongoing battle with the Aliens. Puny humans die, much xenomorph butt is kicked and lots of slime is spilled.
Paul W.S. Anderson's franchise-crossover monster mash spends waaaaaayyyy too much time on setup but once the two critters start beatin' the crap out of each other it's entertaining enough in a big, dumb sort of way. The "AvP" comic books were way better than either of the films, though.
Cutter's Way (1981)
What a great movie.
"The Daughters of Joshua Cabe"
(This movie was part of a two DVD set featuring 8 Western themed movies.)
A Beautiful Mind (Blu-ray)
99 Homes (Amazon Prime)
Sweet Smell of Success & Twilight's Last Gleaming
Burt Lancaster Night
he was soooooo good in Sweet Smell
I vaguely remember the TV film Scandal Sheet where he also did a great job
"I Will Fight No More Forever"
I should have gone to bed instead.
The Seventh Seal (1957) on Blu Ray. Still very powerful.
Busy start of work week something funny
Hacksaw Ridge--great film.
Kong:skull island /Logan
Back to back.
It's "Oldboy", though.
I enjoyed this movie very much. I only have one issue though & it's
not about the movie. It's about the ad for the "Passengers" video game.
If a game is based on a movie, they should have it in the menu &
NOT BEFORE THE MOVIE! (My opinion.)
Doh! Correct. Brain Fritz.
Personal Shopper. A really great film. I want to go and see it again.
I saw Beauty and the Beast over the weekend.
Very well done movie.
I went to the matinee and it was packed with kids but they all behaved well. I was a little worried before it started but as soon as the movie came on they quieted down right away.
Into The Wild.
The Light Between Oceans
Good, very good acting, good morality tale without a pat Hollywood ending.
Welcome to Me
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