I’m keeping this next post short, and by short I mean I am not going to write up paragraphs on why I think each movie on this list was great. If you want to hear my thoughts, I will direct you to listen to this episode of Cinema Recall. Guest Non Wells (You, Me, Empathy & Joy Sandwich Podcasts) and I discuss our favorite movies of 2017. After talking about the great movie, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
So without further to do. Here we go
5. Thor: Raganok
3. Blade Runner: 2049
2. The Shape of Water
I will see you cats later on with a brand new post later today. Enjoy your day everyone.
I hope you had a great week and are enjoying the new year. Speaking of which I am behind on posting my favorite movies of 2017 for this site.
Here is 20-10 of what I feel are the best movies of 2017. The only criteria is that all the movies in this list are ones I saw in theaters Continue reading
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Look at this flick,
I saw last week
All I have to say is I think it’s really neat.
Wouldn’t you think that Del Toro
Can do anything.
Look at The Vern
Ripping off Songs
Right off of one from Disney’s renaissance
Reading this post, here you think
Sure, He’s an idiot.
Alright alright, I can’t think of any more ways to rip off any more lyrics to steal from that song, but if you know what some I’m shamelessly doing a bad cover of. Let me know in the comments. I have been busy working on episodes of Cinema Recall and there was also Christmas, which should have giving me more time to write up posts, but instead I was with family members at a place that doesn’t get quite as good wifi. Plus it was Christmas, and I really didn’t want to write much stuff anyways. I still need to write up my top 10 of the year, and I will post that after New Years. Most likely it will post over at Cinema Recall, but it will post here shortly afterwards.
One of the movies that for sure will be on my best of 2017 list is The Shape of Water. I recently recorded a review of this movie for Cinema Recall and eve included a link for a written review by one of our staff writers over at That Moment In Continue reading
Hello and welcome to all of you dear sweet readers, that do continue to read this blog site. Today is my birthday and I have nothing really planned for this post except putting just random clips of movies I like and music videos I think are cool. Yes, this will date me a lot and that’s fine. The older you get, the less you care about what others think of you. I am very excited about the new year approaching and if you think you know what to expect. I’ll let this clip explain
The Killing of a Sacred Deer was the latest movie from Yargos Lanthimos. I was such a big fan of Dogtooth, and The Lobster.(click each link to read the reviews) This was a movie I was looking most forward to. I recently reviewed this feature over on the site That Moment In. Be sure to listen to the podcast, because there is a bonus review of an earlier film from Nicholas Winding Refn(Drive, Bronson)
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Over on The Cinema Recall Podcast.(Courtesy of the site That Moment In) I recently posted two great episodes that feature a great list of movie recommendations. Continue reading
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The Criterion Collection for years have been releasing the best versions of movies on DVD and Blue Ray. They are hands down the ultimate praise a film can receive,and while many claim the Oscar to be the ultimate recognition. Having the work and praise that goes into a Criterion edition. Shows that it was put together by film lovers for film lovers. This section is going to be dedicated to some of the great movies in this growing collection.
Cast: Dustin Hoffman, Susan George
Writers: Gordon Williams(Novel. “The Siege of Trencher’s Farm),David Zalag Goodman, Sam Peckinpah
Director: Sam Peckinpah
Sam Peckinpah’s Straw Dogs is a great examination on the nature of violence in our society. It describes the use of violence as a basic human necessity. Just as food and sex are human desires, the need to protect ourselves and the ones we love is also a basic human need. None of us ever really want to be in that type of situation where we have to use violence but sometimes it is important to use, just as the main character David soon discovers in this movie.
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Starting this week over at the Cinema Recall Podcast over on the site That Moment In .Com I am starting up a new podcast series called Terror Tuesdays. Each week I will be checking out a horror or a suspense flick that not many people have seen before. First episode is about May (2002). This is the one starring Angela Bettis who learns the best way to get a friend is to make one.
Listen to it below or read my review over on That Moment In
I have just been to see Blade Runner 2049. I’m pleased to report it doesn’t disappoint. However, I don’t want to write about it, I think the less you know about the plot going in the better. I knew nothing other than what’s in the trailer. Instead I am going to talk about the film […]
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