"geeze, how can you say Maggie was the best looking when there was Angelique (Lara Parker)????? Lara is SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO much more attractive than `Maggie` ANY day! Lara Parker has a flawless BEAUTIFUL face, and a WOMAN`S shape. Maggie has NO…"
I know you love B horror flicks. I was wondering if you've ever seen "Equinox"? It's been on one of the movie channels like HBO or something a couple of times. I turned it on in the middle of the movie and saw big fake-looking Godzilla-like characters fighting each other. I just couldn't finish it!!! It's supposed to be about the devil and the book of the dead. Weird stuff! Take care
"Silent Running (I saw it in the theater on the first time I got high - nuclear explosions in space!) is a crappy flick with no rewatch value - or first watch. Dykstra be damned.
Serenity is OK - As a follow on to the excellent short TV…"
"Top 5 Underrated Sci-Fi Movies by Techland (whoever they are?) Rather than watch the video, unless you just want too--it was a bit shaky or warbled on my computer they are: Silent Running, Gattaca, Serenity, Dark CIty, Primer, and one to…"
"Finished Season 2 to Game of Thrones, still pretty good, and ended well. I have the feeling that this won't end pat or with things all wrapped up, but that's ok.
The Big Heat--German auteur Fritz Lang directs this gritty,…"
"Good Ol' Freda (2013)=Freda Kelly had what many girls would consider a dream job--the personal secretary to the Beatles for 11 years, from before they were famous to their breakup. She also ran the Beatles Fan Club simultaneously.
"Lovelace (2013)=A better than expected film thanks to a strong performance by Amanda Seyfried as adult film star Linda Lovelace and good supporting roles by some well-known stars. The film does a good job of capturing the feel of the Seventies…"
"Father of the Bride (1950)3/5 StarsThis is basically a Spencer Tracy vehicle and he's great. His opening monologue is one of the most natural performances I've seen. The rest of the film is slightly amusing and a bit schmaltzy.…"
"The Piano--Holly Hunter, Sam Neill, Harvey Keitell--Hunter plays a mute that has a daughter that goes to New Zealand, by way of an arrange marriage, and involved in sort of a romantic triangle. Nice cinematography."