Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Laibach, Aug 13, 2015.
Sir Walter Scott. He also wrote Ivanhoe.
you should watch it...you'd understand it perfectly...
Yeah. I'm sure I would. The books were huge in my social circles back in the day.
I did not like the ending of the GREY...
let me know if you watch it and what you thought about it. : )
I'll do that. I noticed it's free either on netflix or amazon prime.
It will have to be PM. It's religious in nature and I don't think religion is allowed here.
yes, a no, no...but you can say if you enjoyed it or not.
Taken 1 was perfect...it had it all.
I saw that movie a month before my 19 year old daughter left for Germany. Scared the crap outa me.
yea, I can imagine...
Even though it was 30 years ago, I still think of him as the director in the last Dirty Harry movie.
With a English accent.
cage is literally doing it to help pay off tax debt and has some IRS deal so he has to make lots of movies
Apologies if this was posted before. The movie is a remake of In Order of Disappearance, a recent film with the excellent Stellan Skarsgard. I'll see Liam's version of it, but I doubt it can surpass the original. One thing to consider is that the remake was directed by the director of the original version so it may be as good. I love the poster for it. It reminds me of the 70's style like the one for Get Carter.
Here is the Variety article about the film.
Here is the trailer:
This looks good !!!!
One could argue John Wayne had done that with McQ in 1974. He drives a Camaro, uses a Uzi type weapon and has two younger women wanting to shag him senseless.
John Wayne was a badass for a very long time, where Liam Neeson didn't get that until he was eligible for AARP membership.
One film I thought he was really good in, albeit in a very different role we would normally see him in, is in Woody Allen's Husbands and Wives. He's not a guy we usually see cast as a nervous, unsure man.
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