Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Ken_McAlinden, Dec 8, 2014.
I was thinking that shirt is from a label, but cannot find it. It's gotta be a store.
That still is the clearest picture. In the film she in total darkness running for her life.
We Still Steal The Old Way
Hey people, the last movie i saw it was Fast and Furious 8, i have enjoyed it was nice!
Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan
A great Star Trek film. Action-packed but it allowed for character building and quieter conversation scenes as well. A good script. I would put it at the top of my personal ranking. So far:
1. II: The Wrath of Khan
2. IV: The Voyage Home
3. First Contact
5. VI: The Undiscovered Country
6. Star Trek (2009)
8. Star Trek: Beyond
10. Star Trek: Into Darkness
I still have to see Star Trek: The Motion Picture, III: The Search for Spock, and V: The Final Frontier. I know they are all supposed to be weaker films in the franchise, but I have more or less enjoyed all of the films with my top 4 all being excellent science-fiction films.
Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Again. But this time, I finished the rest of the movie.
The Horse's Mouth (Criterion) Screenplay and Starring Sir Alec Guinness
Michael Wadleigh's Wolfen
Jim Jarmusch's Only Lovers Left Alive
Kanji Nakajima's The Clone Returns Home
Hidden Figures (Blu-ray)
Outstanding film, amazing story long unrecognized!
Nice to see 'The Voyage Home' up there. I have a soft spot for 'The Final Frontier', hope you like it as well.
This one could be a great discussion:
The new Star Wars movie
CROCODILE DUNDEE 2
A visual stutter.
Last night it was "Never Go Back", the new Jack Reacher.
The night before it was "Allied" with Brad Pitt and Marion Cotillard.
Both were on DVD and I'm waiting for the DVD release of the second John Wick.
Didn't care for it albeit all the good critic reviews.
Watched Guardians of the Galaxy for the umpteenth time. Still love it. Bring on more Guardian films. You guys can have your Star Wars but after 40 years I'm over it.
Watched an old western - Support Your Local Sheriff with James Garner.
Picked it up from the library.
It was super funny. Joan Hackett was a cutie back then.
Jane Eyre (1943 version, Joan Fontaine and Orson Welles) and Wuthering Heights (1939 version, Laurence Olivier and Merle Oberon). I liked Jane Eyre much better - basically every character in Wuthering Heights was very hard to like or root for, and the ending was very sappy, even by 1939 standards.
I'm going to assume that both films glossed over or totally left out significant portions of the books, cause there are plenty of things inadequately explained or just left out.
GHOST WORLD. Finally got around to watching it. I liked it.
The Three Days of the Condor with Robert Redford. I enjoy that movie every time I watch it.
I thought the funniest, I mean best part, of that was when Kim Fowley was giving them his "blood sport" speech, telling them how to really play a song, and who it's for! "It's for the people in the dark, the..." (I can't give a spoiler! ha ha ha that was the best moment! ha ha ha ha ha!
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