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The Dark Knight

By DLFerguson, published on Jul 21, 2008

THE DARK KNIGHT

2008

Warner Bros.

Directed by Christopher Nolan

Produced by Christopher Nolan, Charles Rovan & Emma Thomas

Screenplay by Christopher Nolan & Jonathan Nolan

Based on a story by Christopher Nolan and David S. Goyer

Based on “Batman” created by Bob Kane

Something really special happened to me while watching THE DARK KNIGHT. Sometime around the part where The Joker and Harvey Dent are having a very revealing conversation in Gotham General Hospital... (more)

Tags: movie, police, batman, heath ledger

The Cotton Club

By DLFerguson, published on Jul 16, 2008

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... (more)

Tags: the cotton club movie, review of the cotton club

The Incredible Hulk

By DLFerguson, published on Jul 13, 2008

THE INCREDIBLE HULK

2008

Universal Studios

Directed by Louis Leterrier

Produced by Avi Arad and Gale Anne Hurd

Screenplay by Edward Norton (uncredited) and Zak Penn

Based on the comic book “The Incredible Hulk” created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby

For those of you who haven’t heard my yelling in the wilderness before now, allow me to yell some more: I thoroughly enjoyed the Ang Lee directed “Hulk” and still think it’s one of the best... (more)

Tags: new york, movie

Journey To The Center Of The Earth

By DLFerguson, published on Jul 13, 2008

JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH 3-D

2008

Warner Bros/New Line Cinema/Walden Media

Directed by Eric Brevig

Executive Producer: Brendan Fraser

Produced by Beau Flynn, Cary Granat and Charlotte Huggins

Screenplay by Michael Weiss, Jennifer Flackett and Mark Levin

Based on the novel “A Journey To The Centre Of The Earth” by Jules Verne

If you’re a fan of the classic 1864 Jules Verne science... (more)

Tags: movie

28 Weeks Later

By DLFerguson, published on Jul 9, 2008

28 WEEKS LATER200720th Century FoxDirected by Juan Carlos FresnadilloScreenplay by Rowan Joffe, Juan Carlos Fresnadillo, Jesus Olmo and E.L. LavigneExecutive Producer: Danny BoyleProduced by E.L. Lavigne, Andrew MacDonald, Allon ReichJust to recap: In the first movie England is infested with the Rage Virus. Those infected by the Rage Virus become homicidal killing machines with no desire other than to kill those not infected. A bite from anyone infected is enough to turn a normal human into one of The Infected. Our movie picks up 28 weeks after the initial outbreak of The Rage Virus. A United... (more)

Tags: jesus, movie

Popeye

By DLFerguson, published on Jun 26, 2008

1980Paramount Pictures/Walt Disney ProductionsDirected by Robert AltmanProduced by Robert EvansWritten by Jules FeifferBased on the “Thimble Theater” comic strip created by E.C. Segar POPEYE is kinda like the bastard child that nobody talks about or even acknowledges at family reunions. Whenever discussions about movies based on comic books or comic strips are mentioned nobody ever remembers POPEYE. Hell, people remember really obscure films based on comic strips such as “Friday Foster” starring Pam Grier or “Brenda Starr” with Brooke Shields and Timothy... (more)

Tags: disney, movie

The Shadow

By DLFerguson, published on Jun 25, 2008

THE SHADOW

1994

Universal Pictures

Directed by Russell Mulcahy

Produced by Michael Bregman

Written by David Koepp

Created in 1930 to be the mysterious narrator of a radio anthology program, it wasn’t long before listeners demanded stories about this mysterious narrator. And so 1931 saw the debut of “The Shadow Magazine” a pulp series primarily written by the prolific Walter Gibson who also was a professional... (more)

Tags: new york, manhattan, movie, police

Assassination Tango

By DLFerguson, published on May 18, 2008

ASSASSINATION TANGO

2002

United Artists/American Zoetrope

Written and Directed by Robert Duvall

Produced by Robert Duvall and Rob Carliner

It’s kinda difficult to categorize exactly what ASSASSINATION TANGO is all about. It’s got Old Time Tough gangsters, hit men and political intrigue. It’s also got beautiful women and handsome men in Buenos Aires dancing the tango. A lot. Which I suppose leads to the question is ASSASSINATION... (more)

Tags: movie, police

Iron Man

By DLFerguson, published on May 3, 2008

When I was growing up and my friends and I devoured Marvel Comics as fast as we could get ‘em, all my friends liked Spider-Man. Which I could never understand. Spider-Man was a nerdy loser who was always broke, never got the girl, was picked on unmercifully at school and things just never seemed to work out for him. Which is what my life was like at that stage of my evolution. So I could never fathom why I would want to read a comic about somebody whose life was as crappy as mine. Hell, I didn’t have to read comics to know that life wasn’t fair. I lived it. I wanted... (more)

Tags: movie, superman, batman

88 Minutes

By DLFerguson, published on Apr 21, 2008

When movie fans get together and start discussing the most influential and greatest actors ever, there’s an excellent chance that Al Pacino will be in the top five if not right at the top. And with good reason. If Al Pacino had only performed in “The Godfather Trilogy” his place in movie history would be assured. But he’s assembled a list of classic films that few actors today can match: “Serpico” “…And Justice For All” “Dog Day Afternoon” “Heat” “Scarface” “The Panic In Needle Park”... (more)

Tags: movie, police

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