So when I was 13, I was introduced to the world of vampires through the movie The Lost Boys. Now, when I was 13, this movie may have been the coolest movie I had seen up to that time. For a boy of that age, it was oozing with coolness and just made you want to become a vampire, even if it meant dealing with longer finger nails, bad breath, and sleeping all day. At the time, it would not have changed the way my summer was passing anyway.Rewatching the movie has not really changed anything for me. I still think it is simmering in a nice coolness broth that keeps the movie afloat and makes you... Read More
1985Orion PicturesDirected by Guy HamiltonProduced by Larry Spiegel and Dick ClarkScreenplay by Christopher WoodBased on “The Destroyer” created by Warren Murphy and Richard SapirIn the 1970’s there was a revival of pulp adventure heroes of the 1930’s and 1940’s and the paperback racks in bookstores were stuffed with novels reprinting the adventures of such classic characters like Doc Savage, The Shadow, Conan The Barbarian, G-8 And His Battle Aces and The Spider. They were helped along by breathtakingly beautiful covers done by legends of the art world such as James Bama, Jim Steranko and... Read More
“Did, you hear the latest rumor, Angelina Jolie will be Catwoman.”
“I heard it was going to be Johnny Depp as the Riddler.”
“Nah, Phillip Seymour Hoffman will be the Penguin.”
And, it begins.
The speculations and the rumors have already begun to shadow the next Batman sequel before we have already put The Dark Knight to bed. But is Hollywood ready to embrace the dark vision that is the heart of the Batman mythos or will it succumb to tired and true name brand recognition that had ruined the franchise in the past?
Sure, The Dark Knight was one of the best adaptations... Read More
1984 Zoetrope StudiosDirected by Francis Ford CoppolaProduced by Robert EvansStory And Screenplay by Francis Ford Coppola, William Kennedy and Mario Puzo It seems as if anytime movie fans get together and talk about great gangster/crime movies they’ll mention “The Godfather Trilogy” “Scarface” “Bonnie & Clyde” ”The Untouchables” “Once Upon A Time In America” “Goodfellas” or “Miller’s Crossing” just to name some of my own favorites off the top of my head but nobody ever seems to mention THE COTTON CLUB which is kinda surprising considering that it was directed by Francis Ford Coppola who... Read More
The newest offering by Disney and Pixar should have been a slam-dunk for entertainment, but at 1 hour and 37 minutes WALL-E crashes and burns like the Hindenburg. The best parts of the movie are played for anyone who wants to see them. Just go to Yahoo! Movies and you can watch all of the trailers there for free and save your money. It’s not even worth waiting for the DVD.
I was very disappointed. I had high expectations for a movie that would keep me entertained much like the old Herbie movies. My expectations were obviously too high. Pixar failed to deliver on the promises made by... Read More
Okay, so it opened on Thursday and most of America has already seen it, right? Well, if you haven’t and you like Indiana Jones, you’ll like this one. It isn’t as good as The Last Crusade or Raiders of the Lost Ark, but Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull does not disappoint. Sure, if you’ve seen enough of the teasers, you can put parts of the plot together and the ending is rather predictable, but at exactly two hours of running time, it’s a good escape. I did spot one anachronism in the movie: in the very last scene of the movie, there is an American flag hanging the corner... Read More
Lo! Let this humble scribe profess and sayAnd tell of the great Zemeckis; He of Gump and The Frighteners, Back to th' Future, Cast Away.He, stone-romancer, life-giver to Roger Rabbit,Hollywood myth-molder, with blockbuster habbits.
From greatness had he slipped with Polar Express,An animated whim whose techniqueObscured content with it's CGI mess.The Z-ster's new technique, performance capture, Looked creepy and stilted, enacted no repture.
But Robert forged through the darkness With Beowulf, a 3-D spectacleThe Anglo-Saxon poem, brought to the screen flowing starkness.Though... Read More
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