Relevant to Google’s Doodle of today, it is my duty to remind you that Battleship Potemkin and Alexander Nevsky are available in their entireties on Youtube.
The other night I said I’d give a small review of my thoughts about The Last Jedi after my premiere showing. I guess you could say I forgot, but in reality I wanted to give some time for my thoughts to mull and time for a second viewing.
Just finished watching Luc Besson’s The Big Blue(1988). Good movie.
I have two I watch every year. The ‘burbs and Arsenic and Old Lace.
They should cast Christian Camargo from Europa Report. Unless Bruno turns out to be a good actor.
In anticipation of Interstellar's Blu-ray release I am revisiting some of my favorite sci-fi films. What are some of yours?
I don't remember liking this movie before as much as I do right now. Makes me pine for the third Burton/Keaton Batman we'll never get.
Go do that. Now. If you've seen it already this is a pretty cool article about Kip Thorne's input.
I watched the "Jackie Stewart explains driving while eating breakfast without a shirt..." video again after reading yesterday's Jalopnik story about the re-release of the film "Weekend Of A Champion", and it took just a couple clicks down the Youtube rabbit hole to discover another film from the same era that I wasn't…
In the world. Anybody who gives it a bad review has no idea what the movie is about. It's not serious, it's full of references, it's over the top in every way. If you go and see it with that in mind, it's a masterpiece. If you don't, you're gonna have a bad time. Go see it. Four and a half meaningless popcorns out of…
This is being handled by the same studio that brought us Pacific Rim, so I am cautiously optimistic.
I quite liked the film overall (DAT CHALLENGER) but the ending left me kinda confused.
Excuse the dust, I don't have a proper scanner.