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Any love for Sheen in Men at Work? Is there a story about how they came about a story so dangerously close to Weekend at Bernies?

Also, I know the movie isn't great by any stretch but, Cadence used to be watched alot by ten year old me on HBO in the early 90s.
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This Is Dope:

 

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Any love for Sheen in Men at Work? Is there a story about how they came about a story so dangerously close to Weekend at Bernies?

 

A favourite of mine. Keith David is a standout in this.

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A favourite of mine. Keith David is a standout in this.
http://youtu.be/xhaIL9iZ-os

Keith David expounding upon the sanctity of a man's fries..

Sheen mouthing "what the fuck" always kills me
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Nuts! Thought BLOOD FATHER would be coming to VOD today. Guess it opens in "select" theaters today and comes to VOD on 8/26.

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Men At Work is hilarious. One of my favorite comedies to see on cable when I was a kid in the 90's.

That sucks that we have to wait a few more weeks for Blood Father. At least it's within this month.

Any word on either of those blu-rays of The Punisher being region free, Jox? I know Umbrella sometimes makes region free discs.
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Golf clap?

 

GOLF CLAP.

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Beware of so called region free Umbrella discs. I ordered two of them on that basis and they wouldn't play. Highlander 3 and Razorback. And I researched them heavily beforehand to be sure AND the packaging said A/B/C on it when they arrived. But it was no bueno. Highlander 3 was no big loss but I was fucking PISSED about Razorback..
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Nuts! Thought BLOOD FATHER would be coming to VOD today. Guess it opens in "select" theaters today and comes to VOD on 8/26.

 

Did you check to see if it's playing near you? Like San Fran? Might be worth the road trip? We need some B Thread regular to represent this weekend!

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Thanks! Love the font...its from those 80s comic books. But I prefer left cover...don't really like this drawing...

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Any love for Sheen in Men at Work? Is there a story about how they came about a story so dangerously close to Weekend at Bernies?

Also, I know the movie isn't great by any stretch but, Cadence used to be watched alot by ten year old me on HBO in the early 90s.

 

 

I love MEN AT WORK...that one of my favorite comedies ever...along with DREAM TEAM...

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This looks like hell of a fun!

 

 

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Golf clap?

GOLF CLAP.

My cousin and I have a running joke about the scene where Carlos finds a scratched up nudie playing card and says "Look at this smut." then he pockets it without thinking twice.
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Did you check to see if it's playing near you? Like San Fran? Might be worth the road trip? We need some B Thread regular to represent this weekend!

 

It's playing in one theater in San Francisco and I am there this weekend. Problem is the only showtimes for Saturday are 5:15 and 10:45. Weak. That's just not going to work for me. Someone else is going to need to represent.

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Q: In Tribute to Mel's triumphant return, what do you guys consider his most underrated film/ performance? His dark horse classic?

 

I think I've been Team TEQUILLA SUNRISE from day one since joining up with you guys. I think that's the pinnacle of his movie star cool.  Chemistry with Pfeiffer sizzles. And his scenes with Kurt are maximum geek out for me.

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PAYBACK PAYBACK PAYBACK

Theatrical
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Bullshit.

Director's cut is better
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TEQUILA SUNRISE, HAMLET, AIR AMERICA, CONSPIRACY THEORY and hell yeah, PAYBACK (I prefer theatrical but straight up cut has a moment or two).

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This Is Dope:

 

Indeed.

 

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Nuts! Thought BLOOD FATHER would be coming to VOD today. Guess it opens in "select" theaters today and comes to VOD on 8/26.

 

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Did you check to see if it's playing near you? Like San Fran? Might be worth the road trip? We need some B Thread regular to represent this weekend!

 

Well, it is in Orlando but I won't be able to get around to seeing it until Monday night. Hopefully everyone can wait a few extra days for my opinion... or someone else here will be able to see it sooner.

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"How Mel Gibson got his groove back"

 

Blood Father Is a Generic But Solid Actioner with a Secret Weapon

 

https://filmschoolrejects.com/review-blood-father-26261d6bda14#.9sy9xt6n4

 

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PAYBACK PAYBACK PAYBACK

Theatrical

 

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Bullshit.

Director's cut is better

 

Bullshit...they are both awesome...and totally different...visually, and tonally...

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Violent Texas - Five Films To Prime You For HELL OR HIGH WATER

 

http://birthmoviesdeath.com/2016/08/12/violent-texas-five-films-to-prime-you-for-hell-or-high-water

 

Some recommendations to help you get into the mindset of David Mackenzie's spectacular modern western.

 

"Hell or High Water is a spectacular film , belonging to a cinematic subgenre that contains too few entries – the modern Texan Western. Ethically foggy and wallowing in sun-blasted mortality, blood, gun blasts and regret fuel these five films toward equally bleak finales. These are the down home bullet fests that call the Great Republic home – owning a unique atmosphere that couldn’t have been captured in any other locale. Now, not all of these are tonally linked with David Mackenzie’s West Texas bank heist opus, but all explore both the good and the bad of Wrangler-donning, cowboy hat tipping hard cases who say little but carry big, loud weapons on their hips."

 

Extreme Prejudice [1987] (d. Walter Hill, w. Deric Washburn & Harry Kleiner)

 

"Walter Hill’s vastly undervalued ’87 kill fest finds a craggy Texas Ranger (Nick Nolte) and his dutiful compadre (Rip Torn) squaring off against a legion of hired mercenaries (including Michael Ironside, Clancy Brown, Bill Forsythe and Larry B. Scott) all under the employ of a ruthless, good ol’ boy drug kingpin (Powers Boothe). Hill is at the top of his game – all terse masculinity and bombastic gunplay – as Nolte’s Ranger struggles to make peace with the fact that the murderous big boss was once his childhood best friend. Coming from a story co-authored by John Milius, it should be no surprise that the movie’s morality is painted with the greyest brush possible, as the Devil wears white and the lethal lawman is cloaked in black. When this pressure cooker finally boils over, the violence is probably the best Hill has ever committed to the screen, as hundreds of rounds are spent during a last stand that makes the Alamo look like a goddamn kid’s birthday party. Plus nobody seemed to get better work out of Nolte, his Jack Benteen carrying Hill’s Peckinpah homage with weary grace, trying to maintain order in a chaotic world of large caliber brutality."

 

Rolling Thunder [1977] (d. John Flynn, w. Paul Schrader & Heywood Gould)

 

"Disowned by Paul Schrader following creative interference (though he did the same with Brian De Palma’s Obsession and that turned out alright), John Flynn (The Outfit, Lock Up) crafted the ultimate American revenge picture in Rolling Thunder. Major Charles Rane (William Devane, delivering one of the strongest performances of the decade) is a distant, feral animal following time spent in a Vietnamese POW camp. Coming home with his best buddy (Tommy Lee Jones, sporting the best thousand yard stare the screen’s ever seen) to a world that has moved on while he was being tortured overseas, there seems to be no purpose left for this emotionless killer. However, once his wife and son are killed and his hand is taken off at the wrist by a group of ruthless banditos (in a fucking garbage disposal!), Rane coldly plans and executes his merciless vengeance. Schrader has infamously stated that he originally wrote the film as a comment on fascist attitudes present in America’s Vietnamese campaigns (“they took a script about fascism and made a fascist movie”), but his original intent really doesn’t matter when judging this nasty, unforgiving slice of exploitation. Flynn & Co. delivered a dusty, blood-splattered tale for the ages that will teach you to “love the rope”. Travis Bickle (whose pornographic cameo was excised) would be proud."

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Beware of so called region free Umbrella discs. I ordered two of them on that basis and they wouldn't play. Highlander 3 and Razorback. And I researched them heavily beforehand to be sure AND the packaging said A/B/C on it when they arrived. But it was no bueno. Highlander 3 was no big loss but I was fucking PISSED about Razorback..


I'm surprised RAZORBACK still hasn't got other releases in the world, whereas the DVD slowly got out everywhere...

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One of my best friends moved out to Los Angeles about six months ago.  I told her that MIRACLE MILE was playing at the Aero next week.  She says, "What's that?  Never heard of it."  So I sent her the trailer.  Her response:  "Oh My God, that looks good. I'm goin'!"

 

 

This is one I'd love to see on the big screen.


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Underrated Mel? I'll chime in with the already mentioned Conspiracy Theory, Payback theatrical, and add in Ransom. That one doesn't get talked about as much anymore, and it was a big hit too. "GIMMIEBACKMYSON!"

 

I also saw Air America mentioned. That's a solid Mel and RDJ headliner that was COMPLETELY MIS-SOLD by the theatrical and vhs trailers. I remember thinking it was a comedy way back in the day, and it wasn't until a few years ago that I got to rent the dvd from Netflix and discovered it's more of a drama, and a very good one at that.

 

 

 

 

 

I'm more familiar with that vhs trailer, as I saw it in front of more than one movie.

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I'm surprised RAZORBACK still hasn't got other releases in the world, whereas the DVD slowly got out everywhere...


I own the Warner Archive DVD. I'm pretty happy with it.

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Underrated Mel? I'll chime in with the already mentioned Conspiracy Theory, Payback theatrical, and add in Ransom. That one doesn't get talked about as much anymore, and it was a big hit too. "GIMMIEBACKMYSON!"

 

I also saw Air America mentioned. That's a solid Mel and RDJ headliner that was COMPLETELY MIS-SOLD by the theatrical and vhs trailers. I remember thinking it was a comedy way back in the day, and it wasn't until a few years ago that I got to rent the dvd from Netflix and discovered it's more of a drama, and a very good one at that.

 

 

 

I wish we'd get that Laser Disc cut of RANSOM.

 

What's your thoughts on TEQUILA, Eko?

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A Bit of Random:

 

"Akira Kurosawa with Arnold Schwarzenegger while visiting the set of Kindergarten Cop"

 

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I own the Warner Archive DVD. I'm pretty happy with it.

 

 

I've got the Warner Archive dvd as well. It's not the uncut version though. Since it's with Warner Archive, we stand little chance of getting that uncut version over here. The dvd is a great print though and in widescreen to boot!

 

 

 

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I wish we'd get that Laser Disc cut of RANSOM.

 

What's your thoughts on TEQUILA, Eko?

 

 

That laser disc cut should have been released when Ransom came out on blu-ray. I really wish I could find information online about ANOTHER version of the movie I read about in the newspaper back when it first aired on I believe it was Pay-Per View and it was supposed to be some radically different cut of the film that (somehow) kept the fact that Gary Sinise's character was behind the whole thing a secret until the end. I had seen the movie at the dollar theater already with my parents, so I REALLY wanted to see how this re-edited version was going to play out. Given that his reveal is very early on. As far as I know this version was only ever aired when it was on Pay-Per View or Starz or whatever, and has never surfaced since.

 

 

I've only ever seen Tequila Sunrise once or twice, and I remember thinking it was ok, but I wasn't too wowed by it. I am open to seeing it again. Perhaps I'll get the blu when it's cheaper.

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Tequila Sunrise is fucking great. Robert Towne reinventing himself for the 80's. Mel, Kurt, and Michelle firing on every cylinder, plus predictably awesome turns from Raul Julia and J.T. Walsh (in the J.T. Walsh role).

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Re: AIR AMERICA.  There was a Premiere Magazine article in support of the film in which the author talked about how the Powers That Be imposed the more broad comedy upon the story and that how writer Richard Rush's original draft - when he was set to direct the film - was much more dark and surreal.  As a superfan of FREEBIE AND THE BEAN and THE STUNT MAN, I've always wanted to read it for myself.  You can really see what he means as the film veers between LETHAL WEAPON-styled banter and the more intense real-world stuff.

 

I still like the film though.  It's a fun little comedy with a solid supporting cast and some good music.

 

Trivia:  Others we might have had in cast included Sean Connery, Bill Murray, Jim Belushi and Kevin Costner.

 

The article, which is great development-hell reading:  http://www.angelfire.com/oh5/adjulane/premiere.html#AD

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Violent Texas - Five Films To Prime You For HELL OR HIGH WATER

 

If that movie is as great as Rolling Thunder and Extreme Prejudice, then I am real damn excited to see it. 

 

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New Poster

 

I am not too familiar with the movie; I looked it up and apparently Seagal plays a former federal agent who is now a mall security guard. I have to laugh, as I can't help but think of PAUL BLART: MALL COP.

 

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A Bit of Random:

 

"Akira Kurosawa with Arnold Schwarzenegger while visiting the set of Kindergarten Cop"

 

Oh, lol... for those that don't remember, a few years ago Criterion did an April Fool's Day joke where they announced that Kindergarten Cop would be part of The Criterion Collection and that Photoshopped image was part of the gag. The year before, on April 1 they announced that they would be putting out C.H.U.D., which was just announced today would be out on DVD and Blu in September from Arrow. Considering the sequel will also be on Blu soon, I am glad people can get both in that format.

 

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That laser disc cut should have been released when Ransom came out on blu-ray. I really wish I could find information online about ANOTHER version of the movie I read about in the newspaper back when it first aired on I believe it was Pay-Per View

 

I had no idea there were so many versions of the movie out there.

 

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Interesting.

http://www.slashfilm.com/simon-wincer-interview/3/

 

This is for all the fans of The Phantom.

 

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The article, which is great development-hell reading:  http://www.angelfire.com/oh5/adjulane/premiere.html#AD

 

Angelfire is still something that exists in August of 2016... incredible. I'll have to read that later tonight as such behind the scenes dirt is right in my wheelhouse.

 

Today, what I did was return to Disney Springs; it was there that I saw a movie I mentioned earlier in the week, the South Korean flick Operation Chromite, about what went on right before the Battle of Inchon in the Korean War. I couldn't turn down the chance to see a film from that country on the big screen, even if it only got such a release because Liam Neeson is in a supporting role as General Douglas MacArthur. Needless to say, the movie was better than Inchon and Neeson was better in the role than Laurence Olivier was, even though Liam basically just sounded like himself instead of trying to mimic the old general.

 

It's not great but I knew not to expect something 5 stars after hearing mixed reviews. While others may disagree, I did happen to enjoy it quite a bit. While I don't know how truthful it was to what actually happened, much of the focus is on a group of South Korean spies disguised as people from North Korea who gather intel to help the troops led by MacArthur attack Inchon in order to try and turn the tide of the war. There's a lot of spy stuff and planning for attack early on; it's later that there are various action scenes where shit blows up and many people are shot. No surprise considering where it's from, it gets quite bloody and there are some rather harsh moments. There are some cliche moments, but thankfully it's still not a typical Hollywood production, to state things in a vague fashion so I try and not to spoil much. Hopefully one day Orlando or at least Tampa will show more movies from South Korea as I'd love to see some of them on the big screen.

 

Oh, and at least for me it was quite unusual to see subtitled Asian trailers play before the film start. They were for such things as Sword Master, Line Walker, the Korean movie The Tunnel... and the English trailer for Skiptrace that was posted here earlier in the year.

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Originally Posted by The Perfect Weapon View Post

Today, what I did was return to Disney Springs; it was there that I saw a movie I mentioned earlier in the week, the South Korean flick Operation Chromite...

 

Oh, and at least for me it was quite unusual to see subtitled Asian trailers play before the film start. They were for such things as Sword Master, Line Walker, the Korean movie The Tunnel... and the English trailer for Skiptrace that was posted here earlier in the year.

 

Glad you had a good time with the film.  If you've not yet seen JSA: JOINT SECURITY AREA, I highly recommend it.  It's a North/South Korea mystery set at the border between them and is an early film from the director of OLDBOY and SYMPATHY FOR LADY VENGEANCE.

 

Isn't it great seeing those trailers?  I first experienced that myself seeing Steven Chow's THE MERMAID a couple of months back.  It's a very cool thing having been an Asian film fan for so long.

 

Currently watching Lewis Teague's ALLIGATOR (1980) with Robert Forster.  It's playing on the big screen right now as tonight's midnight show but I just didn't have it in me to trek up there and see it, so I found it on YouTube and am making a nice & lazy night of it.  Liking it.  Forster's pretty funny and his partner Perry Lang (1941) just got ate up all to hell.  

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This is great news!

 

Brian Trenchard-Smith’s THE MAN FROM HONG KONG is headed to Blu-ray!

 

http://bloody-disgusting.com/home-video/3402452/brian-trenchard-smith-fans-rejoice-man-hong-kong-coming-blu-ray/

 

 

Extras on this are nuts! Please be region free! This is one of my holy grails.

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Belated Birthday Shout Out to one of my Heroes, the great Sam Fuller!

 

http://sensesofcinema.com/2014/great-directors/samuel-fuller/

 

“It’s been said that if you don’t like the Rolling Stones, then you just don’t like rock and roll. By the same token, I think that if you don’t like the films of Sam Fuller, then you just don’t like cinema. Or at least you don’t understand it.”(2) This comment from Martin Scorsese may seem exaggerated, perhaps even touched by a degree of film snobbery. But in a way, he’s on to something. It’s not that all the films of Samuel Fuller are among the greatest in the history of the cinema, nor do they necessarily best display the form’s specific traits or techniques. Yet there is something about his work that could never be as effectively realized in any other medium. To watch one of his movies is to experience what movies can do best: their emotive potential, their visual dynamism, their narrative capacities. That is perhaps what Scorsese is getting at, for it would indeed be difficult for someone who doesn’t like movies to enjoy the cinema of Samuel Fuller. To adequately appreciate his films, it helps to understand film.

 

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I saw The Man From Hong Kong on YouTube 2 years ag. Full widescreen. It's a friggin' action masterpiece with an amazing car chase.

Made myself a steak dinner and now I'm watching Jaws 3D for the first time in 3D. It's wonderful.
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Glad you had a good time with the film.  If you've not yet seen JSA: JOINT SECURITY AREA, I highly recommend it.  It's a North/South Korea mystery set at the border between them and is an early film from the director of OLDBOY and SYMPATHY FOR LADY VENGEANCE.

 

Isn't it great seeing those trailers? 

 

Yes, it was a pleasant surprise to see such trailers. Unfortunately, all of Chan-Wook Park's movies I've seen I haven't liked-as controversial as it is to say such things-and even if it doesn't have the sort of material that made me strongly dislike Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance and Lady Vengeance... I still have a list of movies from the country I need to see and there's still plenty left to go even if I exclude the work of a popular director.

 

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This is great news!

 

Brian Trenchard-Smith’s THE MAN FROM HONG KONG is headed to Blu-ray!

 

Awesome. It would be great to see the movie that way, considering the one time I saw it, it was via a "less than ethical" method. A better viewing just might make me think it's even better than "pretty good". And it is quite the impressive Blu release, all those additional movies included... even if they are only standard definition. I know some people who love STUNT ROCK-it is so absurd it's awesome-and I know they'd love to see it get an HD release.

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Originally Posted by Rene (Mr.Eko) View Post
Made myself a steak dinner and now I'm watching Jaws 3D for the first time in 3D. It's wonderful.

 

Right?  It's no JAWS or JAWS 2 but it is it's own specific, goofy kind of wonderful.

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QOriginally Posted by The Perfect Weapon View Post

Yes, it was a pleasant surprise to see such trailers. Unfortunately, all of Chan-Wook Park's movies I've seen I haven't liked-as controversial as it is to say such things-and even if it doesn't have the sort of material that made me strongly dislike Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance and Lady Vengeance... I still have a list of movies from the country I need to see and there's still plenty left to go even if I exclude the work of a popular director.

 

No worries.  I can say that it's his most restrained film, a military investigational drama.  Sort of like a cross between THE FOURTH WAR, BASIC and CRIMSON TIDE.

 

I have a list of Korean films I need to see too.  That THE TUNNEL looks good.  Also THE NEW WORLD, THE WAILING, GANGNAM BLUES, BE MY GUEST, THE CHRONICLES OF EVIL, BROKEN, HELPLESS and A HARD DAY.  So many movies, so little time.

 

ALLIGATOR was so silly.  Henry Silva and the group of teenagers were a wacky bunch.  They should've had their own film.


Edited by Engineer - 8/13/16 at 12:33am
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"Deliverance" holds up like a son of a bitch. Been a couple years since I last saw it, but what a gut punch every time. Reynolds just radiates 70's testosterone.

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Engineer, it's been years since I watched ALLIGATOR, but I seem to remember some of the graffiti in the subway tunnels (sewer?) being hilarious. I need to see it again sometime.

Also, one Korean film that really struck me, despite seeing it only once, is Kim Ki-Duk's 3 IRON. His other films that I've seen are good too.

Now to the controversy. So I rewatched ESCAPE FROM L.A. last night and as much as I love the original, this one just doesn't work for me at all. The special effects are SO bad and the action scenes are SO goofy that it almost seems to me that Kurt and John are doing a parody of themselves. I understand that L.A. is "la-la" land and is a contrast to New York's grittiness, but surfing and basketball? Really? C'mon. Anyway, I don't mean to offend, and I don't hate it or anything, it's just not something I feel the need to revisit often.
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I think ALLIGATOR is brilliant.

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Alligator is far and beyond the best of the Jaws ripoffs. That pool scene... yikes!

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As much as I love serious filmmaker John Sayles, he first became a hero to me for his genre stuff.  Sayles/ Dante was almost as important as Schrader/ Scorsese. THE HOWLING was my everything.

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A Bit of Random: I don't usually post NSFW stuff, but I can't help it. Alexandra Daddario is now firmly on my radar.

 

https://twitter.com/weirdwoman_/status/763788213563555840

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Alexandra Daddario is now firmly on my radar.

 

https://twitter.com/weirdwoman_/status/763788213563555840

 

She's been on mine since True Detective. Perfection.

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Have you not watched TRUE DETECTIVE? The original story/season is amazing. My wife and I both had it hot for her through other movies, and when that sex scene started we looked at each other and screamed with joy.

But yes, she's caused me to rewatch the last TEXAS CHAINSAW, which I initially disliked. And now I really enjoy it. She's glorious.
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A Bit of Random: I was in full on The Dude Slacker mode doing my shopping at Kroger, so I didn't expect to get my flirt on in the Starbucks line with this really cute 30 something. I  got an iced coffee, and she wanted me to try the new Iced Coconut Milk Macchiato after I told her I was a Vegan in spirit. She offered a sip and I dropped the classic Travolta line 'maybe I have cooties'. She didn't mind. So I smiled and pretended to like it after I took a sip.

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Have you not watched TRUE DETECTIVE? The original story/season is amazing. My wife and I both had it hot for her through other movies, and when that sex scene started we looked at each other and screamed with joy.

But yes, she's caused me to rewatch the last TEXAS CHAINSAW, which I initially disliked. And now I really enjoy it. She's glorious.

 

I'm definitely seeing a rental in my near future.

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