Words that snap, sizzle, and exist far beyond the need to push the story forward.
Film TitleThe Hospital (1971)
If there is one thing that separates the classic films of the 1970s from today’s offerings (outside of mere competence), it is great dialogue.
George C. Scott
If it is possible for you to watch Death Wish 3 my choice as the single guiltiest pleasure ever put on screen and not be entertained and…
Well, I did it. I knowingly and willingly rented a Ben Affleck movie.
Oy vey, talk about straight to video…
I got so carried away with the ridiculousness of Gladiator winning the Academy Award that I forgot how good it really is.
I defy anyone to name something that this man could do to change himself for the worse.
Written and Directed by Werner Herzog Starring: – Klaus Kinski as Don Lope de Aguirre – Helena Rojo as Inez – Del Negro as Brother Gaspar de Carvajal – Ruy Guerra as Don Pedro de Ursua – Peter Berling as Don Fernando de Guzman Watching Aguirre: Wrath of God you realize that Apocalypse Now is […]
More than you could possibly imagine. I mean all the crap about Arnold being Der Gropin’fuhrer was just a rightwing-ruse to distract Californians from the fact that Schwarzenegger has starred in the single gayest movie ever made.