An eight-minute look at Jack's many-faceted portrayal of anger.
Still the best movie I've ever seen. In so many more recent movies--even the better ones, ones I liked--there is at least one scene where I think: Why is this scene in the movie? For what reason am I watching this?
The Godfather doesn't have a wasted frame. And the first 15 or 20 minutes are a master class in filmmaking.
"The Action Hero: Championship Belt From Steve McQueen to Liam Neeson, Bill Simmons determines who ruled the box office"
Fine article reviewing a number of movies I enjoyed. (Watch Denzel kick ass in Man on Fire and you're day will improve. Trust me.)
The whole documentary (92 minutes). "Andrew Breitbart has all the right enemies."
His premature death was a big loss for this country.
This doesn't seem to have been smart marketing:
The film, however, did not benefit from the official support of the Porsche brand.
Good to read about a little class shown by entertainment stars.
"Crazy story about how one former NFL player lost his job shows how cutthroat and cheap the league can be"
As Michael Corleone famously said, "It's not personal . . . it's strictly business."
I think Heat is a really good movie, so I enjoyed this 8-minute video, especially the first half wherein I learned a little about telephoto lenses.