I just want to talk about movies OK?
Favourites are films dominating my thoughts right now
This film could be played in a hospice and 90% of the terminally ill patients there would pass on instantly.
Felt like E.T. for spy movies except instead of an alien on a bike it’s a blind man driving an RV. I didn’t even find it that fun or heartwarming but I did admire the prophetic Ben Kingsley dialogue about how the future is just INFORMATION.
I think a lot of praise is given for an ensemble cast of great…
I’m 12/13, I have just made money for the first time. I feel so smug about it that I offer to pay for family cinema tickets for Corpse Bide. We sit through an awful Burton movie. Outside I burst into tears and apologised to my parents for making them watch shite with me.
This was the first time I experienced a waste of money and time simultaneously. I still hate Corpse Bride today and wish to comfort my former self and congratulate a young me for having TASTE
‘What if there’s a CIA inside the CIA?’ - A line that could only be taken seriously in the seventies.
What a picture! First twenty minutes are pretty terrifying, a stark warning about working with your government. Redford is this cocky researcher, goofing around with the strict security protocols and it serves the film to have the audience feel at ease with this loveable rogue before the entire fucking office is gunned down while Redford is on Lunch. You’re instantly…
YOUNG ANTON YELCHIN RIP MY G
I watched the sequel because I had to finish what I started. I respect the bad guys hustle as much as Alex cross does. He’s walking around everyday in a shitty latex mask teaching rich teens and he didn’t break, impressive.
Michael Wincott demanding a ransom of diamonds for a little girls life and asking ‘Does that penetrate?’ Top level stuff tbh. Shivers
*Edit* getting way too excited when I see old 2000s internet pages. Is this what approaching thirty feels like?