• Live Free or Die Hard (38/18)

    by  • 1/18/2012 • film • 0 Comments

    LIVE FREE OR DIE HARD – aka DIE HARD 4. This isn’t the best of the films for me, but I’d watch it over the second film anytime. I think the third film had its moments, but this one was more consistant. That said… For me, this is a film where technology is written somewhat […]

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    Black Christmas (1974), Black Christmas (2006), Die Hard 2, A Christmas Story, Jackboots on Whitehall (631/361)

    by  • 12/27/2011 • film • 0 Comments

    BLACK CHRISTMAS (1974) – Oo… a bit of horror film history here – not only is this Canadian Content with Margot Kidder and Andrea Martin of all people, it’s also by director Bob Clark of the film with wider appeal, A CHRISTMAS STORY. Additionally, and possibly more importantly for horror and cult movie fans, this […]

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    Pulp Fiction, Atlas Shrugged Part 1 (541/318)

    by  • 11/14/2011 • film • 2 Comments

    PULP FICTION – Watched the fan edit ‘The Chronological Cut’ where all the storylines are placed into, you guessed it, chronological order. It’s a bit weird to start off with the watch scene and move on from there, especially since now we don’t end the film until the Fighter escapes from the Sex Dungeon after […]

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    Drive, Grindhouse (535/316)

    by  • 11/12/2011 • film • 0 Comments

    DRIVE – I was pretty impressed with this film, especially that I liked ALL of the actors’ work. Gosling, Cranston, Perlman, and Brooks. Albert Brooks became scary at one point. I don’t think I’ve ever been afraid of Brooks in any role until now. I thought that this might have been more of a FAST […]

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    Die Hard (461/265)

    by  • 9/22/2011 • film • 0 Comments

    DIE HARD – John McClane (Bruce Willis) stumbles in to some action in possibly the best Christmas film made in the 80s. This is one of those “horrible bad day” films where nothing goes right for anyone – hero or villain. Anyone who survives does so mostly through luck and wise-cracks. It’s like McClane is […]

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