|Posted on January 26, 2015 at 5:40 PM|
Yep…the 90s kind of just had a formula.
There’s so many horror movies. So many zombie movies. This is one of them, and it looks bad. Brad does a good job tearing it apart.
I kinda want to try some of those food inventions, to be honest. Then again, a Guinness sounds really good right now too.
I love chip tune and synth pop music, so anything that’s a collection of tracks I’ve never heard is good in my book.
I always find these lists interesting, because by the end of the year a whole different list will be on “the best foreign movies of the year.” Trying to anticipate things is kind of dull, but if anything it’s a good way to gather information about what is going to come out - anticipated or otherwise.
Sometimes, movies don’t need sequels. In fact, I’d say most times, but these are some of the worst probably, though Jaws 2 wasn’t horrendous and Die Hard with a Vengeance I think is way underrated.
I like but also don’t like this. Seriously she just walks away?
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Mann’s movies are pretty iconic, always male-driven but in that “introspective” kind of way. You know, making something that’s a thriller or action flick but remembering to make the characters believable. Personal favorites on this list is James Caan in Thief, Russell Crowe in The Insider and Tom Cruise in Collateral. Overlooked big time is William Peterson in Manhunter.
I always like the “almost was” and “what if” stories of movie making. This is a nice collection of them, and a Green talking bagel for Jor-el, huh? The 70s were a weird decade.
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