Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Ken_McAlinden, Dec 8, 2014.
Knives Out. Very enjoyable.
Which one? There are a handful of films with that title. The 1989 film is based on a poem by Charlie Sheen (who narrates) -
Which one is Mr. Clean?
If it's this one, I liked it a lot.
Is this Kevin Costner's Earp? Gorgeous film to look at and a good take on the person. Costner is good in the film if a bit wooden I found.
Molly's Game with Jessica Chastain. Well told story that trods over a lot of common ground for this genre. I thought the end scenes grounded the previous inexplicable actions of the main character.
Yes it is. Great movie.
Oh. The 2003 Kim Jee-woon film. Thanks.
"Looney Tunes: Back in Action" (2003)
Joe "Gremlins" Dante directed this wild 'n' crazy live action/animation mix, with Bugs and Daffy dragging Brendan Fraser and Jenna Elfman along on a globe trotting adventure, trying to keep a priceless artifact away from the head of the evil ACME Corporation (Steve Martin). This movie was intended to "reboot" the Looney Tunes gang for the 21st century but its box office failure sent Bugs and friends back to TV purgatory instead.
The Dark Knight (Blu-ray)
This was the second of two films I viewed yesterday. The first was Batman Begins. I'll finish the trilogy sometime this week.
Currently watching the original Robocop from 1987. Brilliantly OTT.
A Tale of Two Sisters - Wikipedia
Killer's Kiss (1955) - Basically his student film, but even at that time he had a great eye for a scene. It's an extra on Criterion's "The Killing."
I never tire of that one! love the scene where the killer robot is trying to go to down the stairs...that is so freaky.
it is... wonderful...
other than that I enjoyed it, but the eyes were a dead giveaway...terrible.
I guess, from the reference that "his" means "Kubrick's".
I saw the trailer in the theatres and I was kind of looking forward to it. Then I saw the trailer again and I remembered - it's Harrison Ford (not a fan of his later work) and the animals do look a bit too cgi for me. I may still watch it one day if it comes up to record but it's not a paid for movie for me I'm afraid.
you should watch it ...like I said other than the eyes of the dog WE loved the movie...a very precious Dog...the eyes were not a problem the whole movie. I would probably watch it again: )
Super Size Me 2 - Holy Chicken.
Never heard about this, but found it today on Amazon Prime.
The Hitch-Hiker blu-ray
The last (and best known) blu from the Ida Lupino director's box 6/10
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