Month: August 2015
“Now Sid, don’t you blame the movies. Movies don’t create psychos. Movies make psychos more creative!”
Fearless. It’s absolutely fearless… and shameless. Constantly funny, intentionally absurd and offensive. Cohen is masterful.
1. Frailty 2. Minority Report 3. Gangs Of New York 4. Equilibrium 5. About A Boy Just Missed The Cut: 25th Hour, Adaptation, Bowling For Columbine, Catch Me If You Can, The Salton Sea Need To See: Bus 174, Frida, Infernal Affairs, The Pianist, Sympathy For Mr. Vengeance Comedy Hi-Lites: Austin Powers In Goldmember, Bend …
“Oh no, it’s fine. I always spill red wine on my white custom made shirt.”
This is essentially Hellraiser In Space. Incredibly haunting tone throughout the movie. One of the few movies that consistently gives me the willies. Sam Neil is deliciously insane. Watch the found footage of the captain’s video log in slo-mo, it’s horrifying.
“I think it’s funny when Casey bats the robot-dude repeatedly.”
“You never want to do anything interesting any more.” “I don’t think that’s a fair criticism.” “F*ck me next to your dead mom then.”
My all-time favourite football film. Terrific and inspiring performance by Washington with a strong supporting ensemble. I’ve seen this a countless number of times. A little of the impact is lost when you read up on the true story and see the differences from the story presented in the movie. Still a goose-bumping movie experience.
1. North By Northwest 2. Vertigo 3. Psycho 4. Rear Window 5. Birds, The Just Missed The Cut: Dial M For Murder, Rope, Shadow Of A Doubt, Strangers On A Train, To Catch A Thief Need To See: The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956), Marnie, Notorious, Rebecca, Spellbound Comedy Hi-Lites: The Trouble With Harry