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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by r3dot, Sep 13, 2015.
Surprised the heck out of me how good it is.
I have to see “Infidel.” We all probably should.
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Watched "Rocketman" last week. A solid 9 out of 10.
I've loved the MacKenzie brothers ever since I used to stay up late after Carson on Fridays to watch them on SCTV.
Keep trying a way to watch it -- Sabaton and trailers will only hold me so long. Just guessing the battles might be a little WTF.
I’ll have to check out Sabaton, I’m an Apple guy so I have easy access to it. Even then, I still pirated it.
I actually went to the movies last night with the wife for the anniversary. We saw Unhinged. Not too bad, Russell Crowe really plumped up for the role.
To this day I have a hard time offering someone a doughnut without adding, "It's a jelly."
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Last night I watched The Ballad of Lefty Brown, not bad and a good ending.
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Gemini Man, with Will Smith.
Good action movie. Just like Jason Bourne, only with plot changes and not as good.
Sniper decides to retire from CIA (well, some super secret organization(s) ) and because of a previous assassination he now has to be eliminated to "tie up all the loose ends".
I figure an 8 out of 10.
Straw Dogs. The 2011 version.
If you have seen the original, made in the 1970's with Dustin Hoffman as the nerdy professor and his hot wife played by Susan George you will find this remake in 2011 to be a thin pathetic version of it.
The lead male character looks like a male model they put glasses on. His wife is of course a modern day feminist.
The pivotal "rape" scene does not have the revulsion impact that the original did. And how they got James Woods to take a part in this cinematic turd is beyond me.
1/2 star out of 10.
The Getaway. 1994 version
The original version was filmed with Steve McQueen and Ali MacGraw (possibly the worst actress of the past century). Its a lively shoot em up action flick.
The remake in 1994 starring Alec Baldwin and Kim Bassinger might be even better. Baldwin before he got fat and political, Bassinger looking good as ever do a very credible job with this action flick.
I like the supporting cast better, including Michael Madsen, James Woods and Phillip Seymour Hoffman as one of the hold up guys.
I give this one 8 out of 10 stars.
Enemy at the Gates, 8/10.
WW II story depicting a personal duel between two Soviet and Nazi snipers set against the backdrop of the Battle of Stalingrad.
For the past 40 years I've told people that Ali MacGraw should have been awarded a special Oscar for Worst All-Time Performance by a Leading Actress for her role in The Getaway.
I'm gratified that my opinion of her lack of ability has finally been vindicated. For whatever reasons Steve McQueen was drawn to her, acting talent couldn't have been one.
Excellent flic -- Bob Hoskins as the commissar was very good.
The Outpost 8/10. Streaming on Netflix.
She proved her chops in Love Story. She was equally as bad.
Equalizer 2: 6/10
Violence seemed more graphic and sadistic than the first one, story wasn't that great, Denzel Washington's character seemed slightly different from the first one. I've see the first one a few times, the sequel is one and done.