*sigh* Some people make themselves such easy targets, it's almost unsportsman like to do so. Director Michael Bay has ever been the champion of destroying things (cars, buildings, artistic integrity, etc.) for the sake of entertainment, and the studios are only too happy to fund it for him as long as he keeps bringing audiences to theater seats. It gives one cause to wonder if, during his formative years as an aspiring film maker, that he decided early on to provide mindless amusement for the…See More
Greed and pride can cost more than humility and restraint. One of many lessons to be learned by a film that is as entertaining as it is thought provoking. The Social Network details some of the life changing events surrounding the creation of Facebook and its (actual and supposed) creators, but make no mistake - the real hero isn't any of the characters, but the story itself and how it unfolds. The film begins with a date scene between Mark Zuckerberg, CEO and founder of Facebook, and his…See More
I had an interesting discussion with some friends at work about how unnecessary it is to give dialogue to someone like Megan Fox, who could literally spend an entire film running around, not talking, and people (well, men) would still pay to see it. It had me thinking that the same could be said about certain action films where the screenplay is such a trite display of mediocre writing, the actors could simply shoot at each other...and people (again, men) would pay to see that, too. The A-team…See More
Hannibal Lector, Norman Stansfield, Justin Hammer. All of these characters share something in common - they listen to classical music. While Iron Man 2 is hardly an exploration into the diabolical (or, as some would foolishly claim, elitist) nature of classical music, it might be worth noting for future reference that anyone caught rockin' it out to Beethoven's Fifth is clearly displaying signs of psychopathic, villainous tendencies.....at least in movies, anyway.IM2 picks up where its…See More
I work for a living, with the hope that someday someone will find my senseless musings interesting enough to pay me for them so I could work from home....
All Time Favorite Movies:
Pulp Fiction, The Godfather trilogy (I would've enjoyed the third one more without Sophia Coppola), the Lord of the Rings Trilogy, Star Wars (sans Episode I), The Merchant of Venice, Kill Bill Vol 1&2, Lawrence of Arabia, Yojimbo, Harry Potter 3&5, Amelie, Throne of Blood (Kumonosu-jo), Amadeus, Pink Panther (Sellers), Avanti, Shine, As Good as it Gets, Good Will Hunting, Sideways, The Terminal, Titus, Some Like it Hot, Reservoir Dogs, The Exorcist, American President, Tasogare Seibei, Bread and Chocolate, Casino Royale, Office Space, Rob Roy, The Party, Monty Python and the Quest for the Holy Grail
All Time Worst Movies:
The Matrix sequels, The Musketeer, Dreamgirls, RENT, anything made by M.Night Shyamalan.
Favorite Actors or Actresses:
Tom Hanks, Patrick Stewart, Gary Oldman, Geoffrey Rush, Al Pacino, Johnny Depp, Laurence Olivier, Anthony Hopkins, Peter Sellers, Alan Rickman, Robin Williams, Peter O'Toole, Morgan Freeman, Kevin Spacey, Michael Gambon, Paul Giamatti, F.Murray Abraham, Anthony Quinn, Edward Norton, Toshiro Mifune
Helen Mirren, Judy Dench, Maggie Smith, Imelda Staunton, Julia Roberts, Dawn French, Alfre Woodard, Kathy Bates, Anette Benning, Sally Field
Sure..pass that info on & I will look you up on Myspace....
Sorry to hear you are rarely on here..=(
You seem like the "little bit of kick"..this place needs right now...=)
Well..I still think your taste in music is eclectic ..you do have an interesting variety..can't know everybody right?
Love & Happiness? ..what a great song..awesome..I am so jamming right now....Ok..have I turned into a stalker now? I hope not..=)..when are we going to have this discussion anyways..?....keep looking for you on-line..but you are no where to be found..=(..look me up, when you come back, ok?