Great dance, better movie.
I read a book once called, Four Screenplays: Studies in the American Screenplay. Essentially the author takes four blockbuster movies and analyzes the scripts, explaining along the way why they were such moneymakers and cultural phenomenons. Alongside Terminator 2, Dances With Wolves and Thelma and Louise is a section dealing with The Silence of the […]
Tagline: “Moscow’s toughest detective. Chicago’s craziest cop. There’s only one thing worse than making them mad. Making them partners.” Entire Story In Fewer Words Than Are In This Sentence: Russian Asshole and Polish Cop Kill Drug Dealers. Homoeroticism: ALERT! ALERT! ALERT! Gayest of all 80s Action films! ALERT! In Indian movies, sex is represented […]
I want to talk about Rashomon in a non-film school way. So much, so very, very much, has been written about this film and more importantly its grandmaster writer/director Akira Kurosawa that it is difficult to get a word in edgewise. Most of what has been written, in my opinion, is quite accurate–but–the writings tend […]