The modern western is a wasteland. It's as barren and desolate a vista as any that you would find in Monumental Valley.
You know what? Screw it. There's no way to dance around this thing, I like House of 1000 Corpses. The reason is simple. I'm tired of where horror is headed.
Guillermo Del Toro is a director that interests me. It’s not so much his films but his style and his spirit. Let me put it this way, you'd be hard pressed to find a director I like better
In Roger Ebert's review of Road to Perdition, he said, "Road to Perdition is like a Greek tragedy, dealing out remorseless fates for all the characters. Some tragedies, like Hamlet, are exhilarating
Once Upon A Time In the West tells you it's something special about twenty minutes in. Cowboys in black dusters float across the barren desert like specters of death.
Like Bruce Lee, and Johnny Cash, Elmore Leonard is just one of those things that will always be cool. His books have utterly changed the face of the modern Crime and Western novel
Let’s face it. No matter how devout you are you have to admit that movies about Jesus blow, pretty much across the board.
This film is a rorsch blot if there ever was one. Was McNamara a great leader or a tyrant? Is he laying all his cards on the table or is he the same elusive bastard as always?
Shaolin Soccer makes me giddy. More then any film I've seen in the past three years it fills me with unrelenting joy about film, life and love.
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