Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Ken_McAlinden, Dec 8, 2014.
Nice. I have around 140 or so. Many more I’ve sold off over the years as they weren’t for me.
Cool Hand Luke (1967) (DVD): A film stuffed with gritty humor, fantastic cinematography, a great cast, good music, christian iconography and the coolest pair of sunglasses ever to be seen at the movies. Yes, I loved every minute of this. New Hollywood totally ruled!
The Naked Face starring Roger Moore
The Mummy 1959
The Mummy (UK Blu-Ray Review)
thanks I appreciate it...I am familiar with this film.
love all three...recently got the Invisible Man BD box...great stuff...
Yeah, but do you have The Son Of The Invisible Man ?
It's a segment in the movie, Amazon Women On The Moon. Ed Begley Jr. is the invisible son. Well, he thinks he's invisible....
"Tales From the Darkside-The Movie"
Raging Bull 1980
Raging Bull Blu-ray Review - IGN
Hidden Figures. Before computers people were called computers. Never knew that.
Back in the 60's/70's calling someone a computer was synonymous with calling 'em a genius.
very impressive performance by Bobby D...love the movie...Pesci was great as well...
that's funny and ironic...so everyone that owns a computer is a genius...LOL!!!!
LOL, yes I have the first DVD Edition that's full frame...a very funny movie...
is this available on Blu-ray?
There was even a movie called The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes....back in '69.
yes, I remember that one...
De Niro is fantastic. What a transformation! What a force he was!
Sunday night watched Aniara on Blu-Ray. Thoughtful sci-fi. Recommended. Be warned that the trailer makes it look more all-action than it is.
Last movie I watched was on DVD was "Black Brigade".
Not a bad movie, clocks in at about 70 minutes... Picture quality was about what you would have seen on your TV screen over the air in 1975 (or whenever this film was made). It's funny, the packaging says the movie is in 5.1 Surround Sound-Yeah right... I think this film must have fallen into Public Domain and this company got a hold of it and released it... It's an Aaron Spelling/Danny Thomas Production, so made for TV.
I had the Laserdisc of Amazon Women....so, I didn't buy it on DVD till the 16 x 9 edition came out. The Kentucky Fried Movie hit BD a few years back but Amazon Women is nowhere in sight, yet. I'll keep watching for it.
"Criminal" - not a big Kevin Costner fan; but, thought his performance was quite good and the role very different for him.
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