I appreciate these films more now in hindsight than I ever could when I was younger. With less time to waste, this trilogy finally feels like less a waste of my precious hours.
There once was a time…you know the rest. Kenny Rogers couldn’t be avoided at one point. Everyone I knew had at least two of his albums: The Gambler and 20 […]
Alright, let’s cut the crap.
Come for the rankings, stay for the White Douchebag analysis.
I am pretty sure most of those reading will not agree with my number 1, or even my number 9. That’s okay though. Let me know your own list or thoughts in the comments.
I have resisted watching or reviewing these films for some time. I was always partial to Michael Myers, for better or worse, and the times I watched these films, it […]
“It’s tough to stay interested in watching most blowhards take credit for their work by slandering those who they disagree with, but the desire to see good work rewarded will not get old. The best thing the Oscars have going for them is they’re not as bad as the other televised award shows. The gap is narrowing.”
CoolPapaE: When I heard the recent announcement that Robert Redford was retiring from acting, I thought, what better time than now for us to discuss one of the best […]
Hopefully, once they get past the #metoo stain, they can include Damon and the rest of the cast in a future film.
My partner in the Adams and Jefferson on movies posts predicts a big night for Del Toro.
“Hugh Jackman had a great year, with The Greatest Showman and Logan. On the latter film, he does the near impossible in creating an unbreakable character who is finally driven to the point of breaking. His work with Stewart is some of the best of both of their careers. He should have been rewarded for this.”
My pick for the best in film this year is a lot closer to what the Academy picked this year. I can almost see it from here when there are no clouds at night. It’s somewhere behind Pluto.
We Miss E gives his astonishingly accurate annual handicapping of the Oscars…
What I will do here will amount to more a list than anything. There will be a basic review and a best of and worst of for several facets of each film. I am kind of making it up as I go along, but I am sure this will be no worse than the script for Attack of the Clones.
The 88th Avenue Oscars – Cut the crap Enough of this stuff. It’s getting old. Why is it that each year increasingly mediocre films are awarded for having one trick […]
Terminator Anthology – 1984-2015 The Terminator – 1984 Chronology – May 12, 1984 Director James Cameron Screenplay Cameron, Gale Anne Hurd, William Wisher, Jr. Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Linda Hamilton, Michael Biehn, Paul Winfield, […]