A lot of 80s movies haven’t aged well. This high school dramedy – screenplayed by Cameron Crowe – is timeless.
Gary Oldman, as screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz, dials it up another notch again, and the cast around him never lets him falter.
The movie’s a classic. Rewatch – and then immediately binge the entire Cobra Kai series on Netflix.
Sit back and watch Richard Gere slickly slither through the hot spots and underbelly of Los Angeles as a male escort at the beginning of the Greed Decade.
*** Movie: Gone in 60 Seconds Year: 1974 Director: H.B. Halicki *** A REVIEW No, we’re not talking about the remake. We’re talking THE ORIGINAL – the slack-jaw, what-the-hell, you-gotta-see-this, drop-everything-now original. That is all. *** HOW TO WATCH CLICK HERE *** Lead-In Image – Photo by Adam Kring on Unsplash
What you have here is a really uneven mystery with great acting from Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively.
So beautiful, yet so detached, perplexing and unromantic… Another Antonioni masterpiece.
*** Movie: Motherless Brooklyn Year: 2019 Director: Edward Norton *** A REVIEW Edward Norton directs and stars in this film noir detective throwback. If you like layered mysteries, moody atmospheres, and zesty heroes and villains, Motherless Brooklyn is your bridge to somewhere special. *** HOW TO WATCH CLICK HERE *** Lead-In Image Courtesy of ImpAwards.com … Continue reading Motherless Brooklyn – An Efficiently Fast-N-True Movie Review
Harrison Ford plays Indiana Jones, one whip-smart, gun-totin’ archaeologist in this non-stop actioner.
*** Movie: My Night At Maud’s Year: 1969 Director: Eric Rohmer *** A REVIEW This black-and-white French flick is part of director Eric Rohmer’s “Moral Tale” series, six movies that explore the themes of romance and desire. My Night At Maud’s is one of the middle films – and some argue his best. If you’re into good dialogue … Continue reading My Night At Maud’s – An Efficiently Fast-N-True Movie Review