Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by NickySee, Jul 15, 2021.
Beavis and Butt-head Do America
More new ones popped up. Definitely the first few are marked new:
I'm Gonna Git You Sucka
The Russia House
Call of Heroes
Force 10 from Navarone
The Proud Rebel
Allan Quatermain And The Lost City Of Gold
John Sturges' The Hallelujah Trail
The Rage: Carrie 2
Morons From Outer Space
yes, more Mike Judge movies, I might re-watch Idiocracy, it's too funny!
hmm I may try to check out The Russia House, I don't think I've ever seen that one, looks pretty interesting
Lisa and the Devil is free it seems.
And the 60's Day of the Triffids
The Cutting Edge
Johnny O'Clock (1947, Robert Rossen) Cute n Nasty. And talky. A good one, though.
I thought this was worth watching since I am a Harry Potter nut.
The Little Foxes (1941, William Wyler)
Lillian Hellman's classic play about American greed in the antebellum South gets a handsome treatment by Wyler. Rumor is that star, Bette Davis, did little more than steal the performance of Regina Giddens from Broadway legend, Tallulah Bankhead. In '41 Davis had the Hollywood clout to play nearly anything - and get away with it. It's Wyler's picture, though. And the cast, most from the (then recent) Broadway cast, are very good. Recommended.
Two Busby Berkeley pictures I've recently enjoyed:
In Caliente (1935)
The Gang's All Here (1943)
Currently watching lots of giallo movies, you know, the italian thrillers often featuring very bloody serial killings many of the classics are on YouTube and it's fun to discover them. My favorites so far, all currently on YouTube and english-friendly:
Blood and Black Lace (1964, Mario Bava)
5 Dolls For An August Moon (1970, Mario Bava)
The Bird With The Crystal Plumage (1970, Dario Argento)
The Forbidden Photos of a Lady Above Suspicion (1970, Luciano Ercoli)
Bay of Blood (1971, Mario Bava)
Le Orme (1975, Luigi Bazzoni)
The Psychic (1977, Lucio Fulci)
Suspiria (1977, Dario Argento)
I watched The Silence of the Lambs on YouTube yesterday. I was rather annoyed to discover certain parts had been edited.
Love Happy (1949), the Marx Brothers final film. I had not seen it since the late '80s and it's not nearly as terrible as I used to think it was.
The print on YouTube (I believe it's from the currently available DVD or Blu-ray) contains some added and alternate scenes and editing.
That sucks. Thanks for the warning.
Me and My Gal (1932, Raoul Walsh) Cop, Tracy, and barmaid, Bennett, are wise-cracking pair who attempt to steer Bennett's sister away from her gangster boyfriend.
The drunk gags go on too long but verbal sparring between the two stars work fine. Amusing comedy.
nice list, the only one I don't have on disk is Le Orme. I have seen it though, it might have been on Youtube.
There is a disclaimer at the start of it saying it's been edited for time and content. Wonder if that's because it's R-rated and they're putting it out for free? YouTube says their rating is TV-14, so maybe it's the TV edit. 1:52:19 is the YouTube running time. 1:58:00 is what Wikipedia says the running time should be.
Unfortunately looks like the R-rated films like RoboCop they show for free are edited. This is 5 minutes shorter than it should be, has the disclaimer and says it's rated Tv-14. If you have a paid copy viewable on YouTube, those should be unedited.
There isn't a paid copy, but Google Play Movies & TV has the original R-rated version for $3.99.
I mean if you had a digital copy and linked your accounts up. Most things I owned a digital copy for I can view on YouTube because my accounts are linked.
Oops. My bad then.
Seeing new free ones now for the beginning of the month:
Addams Family Values
True Grit (1969)
Dances With Wolves
Thelma & Louise
Little Man Tate
Dead Poets Society
Can't Buy Me Love
Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins
Star Trek VII: Generations
Star Trek VIII: First Contact
Star Trek IX: Insurrection
Star Trek X: Nemesis
Down With Love
Run Silent; Run Deep
Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son
Shout at the Devil
Flight of the Phoenix
Long Day's Journey Into Night (1962, Sidney Lumet)
My favorite version of the Eugene O'Neill Play. Family dysfunction that still packs a punch. The cast is fantastic.
Murder By Contract (1958, Irving Lerner)
First time for me but I hear it's one of the better noirs. Plus, I like Vince Edwards from his work in Kubrick's The Killing. Looks promising.
I freaking love Detour.
Ann Savage delivers a performance for the ages. It's a fantastic film from start to end.
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