We finally have definitive rankings determined by a prestigious panel of former champs, top writers and the sharpest handicappers from the world of boxing.
If you are making a biopic about the man famous for training Bruce Lee in the art of wing chun, could you possibly consider HAVING AT LEAST ONE FRICKING SCENE DEDICATED TO TRAINING THE GREATEST MARTIAL ARTIST OF THE 20TH CENTURY?
Film TitleAlmost Human (1974) - Milano odia: la polizia non pu˛ sparare
A kidnapping gone wrong. Plus, gay rape.
Tomas Milian: Giulio Sacchi
Henry Silva: Commissario Walter Grandi
Laura Belli:Maril¨ Porrino
Sacchi shoots an old guy and, to make a show of his unparalleled meanness, disregards the two females present and forces the remaining man to fellate him at gunpoint.
I don’t even get the “Tapout” slogan itself. Is it not a declaration of loss? You don’t see basketball enthusiasts going around wearing t-shirts that say “Dunked On!”
Film TitleThe World's End
Only lager louts can save the world from the invasion of Tories from Another World.
A fully networked, modular, information based panopticon that knows what’s best for you, and doesn’t really care for dissent or drunken hooligans. Am I talking about the current British government or the ink blooded robots that are the obstacles of Pegg and Frost’s comedy duo?
Cat People was one of the biggest hits of 1942. It competed favorably with Casablanca in the box office. The reason in part is because Cat People is the anti-vamp film. A more realistic title for the film might be Fear of a War Bride.
It’s a great show, but I’m sick of hearing you yap about it.