The International Movie Database (IMDb, to the cognoscenti) claims that this movie is a comedy, but that’s a stretch. The
Over the top characters drive this hyper-violent crime story based on a graphic novel. Check it out.
Here’s a Keanu Reeves movie about dirty cops. Check it out.
Have you had your dose of over-the-top violence today? Here’s an Eric Roberts movie about a ex-boxer who has fallen
Remember 1968? Yeah, me neither. But I hear it was groovy. And here’s proof. Here’s the storyline from IMDb: Hammerhead
Here’s a World War I movie about pilots and traitors. Check it out.
John Cusack leads this one, as a CIA assassin assigned to watch over a secret broadcasting station and the girl
Yesterday we watched the 1964 remake of this movie, starring Lee Marvin and a 33-year-old Angie Dickinson. Today we’re showing
Judging just by the credits, this might be the best movie ever. It stars Lee Marvin, Angie Dickinson, and John
Here’s a movie for the polyglots out there. Swedish, English, Arabic, and maybe a smattering of some other tongues. It’s
Here’s a thriller that has almost everything we like: Mexico, occasional violence, and a little Vikki Carr. Did I mention
Here’s a neo-noir thriller starring Val Kilmer and Michael Madsen, with Val’s wife-at-the-time Joanne Whalley-Kilmer. Maybe they should have called
Here’s a killer low-budget 1958 film noir about a hitman. Check out the cars. Check out the proto-surf tunes. Check
Here’s a movie from 1984 featuring one of America’s greatest songwriters Kris Kristofferson, as a Border Patrol agent on the
Here’s a movie from Kyrgyzstan. Who would have thunk it? Here’s a quote from the Hollywood Times: [Sharon] Stone called
In America, this 1952 movie was released as The Promoter. It features a 38 year-old Alec Guinness as Edward Henry
Here’s a rock and roll, “electric” western “comedy” from 1971, featuring Country Joe and the Fish, the James Gang, Don
Here’s a 1971 movie based on an Alistair Maclean novel. The story takes a cop from the U.S. to Amsterdam
Here’s a 2015 instant classic, Tom Hanks in Bridge of Spies. Check it out.
Here’s a Russian-Japanese movie about a yakuza gangster who becomes an orthodox priest and moves to Russia to escape his