There is always that one scene in Ghostbusters that makes you feel awkward when you watch it in your family. "Why is he rolling his eyes to the back of his head?" "Whats that...
"Why did all the dinosaurs die out?" "because you touch yourself at night"
Shadow of a Doubt. Watch it. Essential for any fan of Hitchcock.
Tales from a novice movie watcher: "what's that movie we watched the other night with those nipple whips??" (The movie was 'species')
The Asphalt Jungle, one of John Huston's best.
It's literally been years since I last watch an anime, yet I saw one title crop up over and over again online, so I gave it a shot. Welcome to the ludicrous world of the "One Punch...
Captain America civil war...who is excited???https://youtu.be/43NWzay3W4s
The Lion in Winter, starring Peter O'toole, Katherine Hepburn and Anthony Hopkins. A classic if there ever was one.
Fox News may be the right arm of the conservative party but CNN is the left nut.
She was drowning and no one saw her struggle.
I want to watch the movie not listen to peoples approval, disapproval, or general opinion/commentary/statement. Good company will either pause to say something important or won't...
Hitchcock's Frenzy is an interesting movie. Not his best nor worst, however as with Psycho it did show he had a talent for keeping up with the times.
John Ford's classic, The Searchers starring John Wayne. One of his three best movies.
I can't believe that Thunderbirds is 50 years old. Also that there was only one series of Tugs made I loved that show.
I love cannibal or vampire films especially if the villain is female.