• Memorable Movie Scenes: Part 7
  • Memorable Movie Scenes: Part 6
  • Memorable Movie Scenes: Part 5
  • Don’t Worry Darling
  • Memorable Movie Scenes: Part 4
Memorable Movie Scenes: Part 7 Memorable Movie Scenes: Part 6 Memorable Movie Scenes: Part 5 Don’t Worry Darling Memorable Movie Scenes: Part 4

Memorable Movie Scenes: Part 7

Movie: Days of Wine and Roses Here at Ruthless, we take alcohol abuse seriously and we like to write about it. I have written about the best Movie Drunks and others have penned a how-to ABC List for coping with the inevitable pitfalls of too much booze. There are many memorable and unforgettable movie scenes […]

Memorable Movie Scenes: Part 6

Movie: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly -or- Three men in a graveyard -or- Game Theory dons a Poncho First you get yourself a graveyard, but not any graveyard, try for a Mexican Catholic one in Texas, way out in the chaparral, and since Mexicans, living or dead, like company make it big, say, […]

Memorable Movie Scenes: Part 5

Movie: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre There are many ways in which a movie scene can be memorable, but in the spirit of the upcoming Halloween season, let’s discuss perhaps the most memorable scene in (fuck objectivity) the finest horror movie of all time, Tobe Hooper’s 1974 masterpiece The Texas Chain Saw Massacre. The realism and […]

Don’t Worry Darling

“Don’t Worry Darling” – Is dinner ready yet? Don’t Worry Darling is exactly the kind of movie that drove me to writing movie reviews. It’s a movie that is decent to watch the first time, but whose story immediately crumbles to dust upon even the slightest bit of scrutiny. It continues to astound and confound […]

Memorable Movie Scenes: Part 4

Movie: Alien Alien is one of the best, if not the best horror film ever made. There are many memorable and shocking scenes in this movie, but one scene was forever immortalized by Ridley Scott. The dinner chest-bursting scene is so disturbing that it is in a class of its own. For the vast majority […]

Miami Connection

Tagline:Survival the ultimate test… (This is the only one I could find, and it means fuck all in the context of the movie) Entire Story In Fewer Words Than Are In This Sentence: Karate kids KO cocaine cowboys. Homoeroticism: The boys of Dragon Sound, the Taekwondo team / 80s pop band that serves as the […]

Top Football Teams in the World

Top Football Leagues in the World: Who Are The Best? ‍ When it comes to football, it’s hard to know where to begin. There are numerous leagues and competitions, each with its own set of rules and regulations. Some are played predominantly in one country (or a group of countries), while others see teams compete […]

Memorable Movie Scenes: Part 3

Arguably one of the best comedies of the twenty-first century, Super Troopers features a plethora of hilarious scenes and quotable lines that my wife and I still use on a near-daily basis. Setting the table is the film’s opening scene – a camera inside a moving vehicle and a title card telling us we are […]

The Exorcist: Theatrical or Extended Cut?

Considering that he also made The French Connection and To Live and Die in LA before and since, quite why William Friedkin continued to appear at speaking engagements featuring The Exorcist, decades after the fact, is a matter of trivia that perplexed me without spurring a thirst for answers. I devoured the extras and featurettes, […]

Memorable Movie Scenes: Part 2

Movie: The Godfather The Godfather is universally considered to be one of the best movies ever produced. This masterpiece contains many memorable scenes, but one scene trumps all the rest in dramatic intensity. The Italian Restaurant.  An assassination attempt on Don Corleone left him badly injured and near death. A costly and brutal war between […]

Memorable Movie Scenes: Part One

Movie: Once Upon A Time In The West This is it, folks. This is the HOLY GRAIL of Western Movie scenes. This is the face-off between Harmonica (Charles Bronson) and Frank (Henry Fonda) and is a scene that is surreal and almost supernatural in its drama. The brilliant musical score, the panoramic shots of the […]

The Last Movie Star

Anyone who was alive in the last century has to be aware of Burt Reynolds. He burst on the scene as the arrow-slinging hot hunk in Deliverance and then was immortalized in Smokey And The Bandit as a Coors Beer runner who stayed just ahead of the venerable Jackie Gleason as Sheriff Buford. After that, […]