INGLORIOUS BASTERDS

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A REMAKE OF THE 1977 FILM ”Quel Maledetto Treno Blindato” WHICH WAS A GRITTY  ACTION, AND AT TIMES, HUMEROUS WORLD WAR II FILM STARRING BO SVENSON AND FRED WILLIAMSON IS SET TO HIT THE BIG SCREEN THIS AUGUST. THIS TARANTINO FLICK STARRING BRAD PITT SHOULD DEFINATELY NOT DISAPPOINT.IVE BEEN KEEPING MY EYE ONE THIS ONE AND IT WILL DEFINATELY HAVE THOSE TWISTED PULP-FICTION ESQUE TYPE SCENES THAT ONLY QUENTIN CAN PRODUCE.THIS SHOULD DEF BE A FAVORITE FOR ANY TARANTINO FAN OR JUST ANYONE WHO HATES NAZI’S….

I THREW IN A VERSION OF THE 1977 FILM AS WELL

Man Shot For Talking at The Movies

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A man pissed that a family was chatting during a movie threw popcorn at the son and shot the father according to Philadelphia police. James Cialella, 29 was charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault and weapons violations. I guess the story is Cialella told the family in front of him to be quiet during a showing of “The Curios Case of Benjamin Button”, a argument ensued and then the shot was fired and popcorn thrown.

 

Cialella was holding a .380 caliber handgun clipped inside his sweatpants police reported. Oh yea this all happened on Christmas day, I guess the movie is worth licking shots for.

The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button

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I heard of the short story many years ago by F. Scott Fitzgerald and thought it was amazing. A man born old who ages young was so interesting to me because I thought how life would have to be, the people who seen you as old, when they get old you become younger. I love movies like this that make you think and see through the characters eyes, and sometimes feel there sorrow.

The overall feel seems very distant, which is not bad but it makes you connect with Brad Pitt. I think once again Mr. Pitt has done it. The film is directed by David Leo Fincher, and if you know his work then you know the movie is in very good hands. I know I will be watching this Christmas.

Legends Of The Fall

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Legends of the fall is a movie which stars Brad Pitt (Tristan), Anthony Hopkins (Col. Ludlow) and Aidan Quinn (Alfred). The Movie spans the decade before WWI through Prohibition and into the 1930’s. The film revolves around the Ludlow family of Montana, its truly an incredible journey of family altogether. When I first saw this movie I was taken back at first by the cinematography, I mean its ridiculous how the scenery speaks to you. What I also noticed was Brad Pitt’s character Tristan, Tristan was pretty much the center of everything. I’m not gonna let too much about this great flick out but I do want to touch on the ending. This is in my top 5 greatest movie endings of all time, in the final scene a father steps up for his son, then a son steps up for his father and finally a brother who was forgotten returns to step up for both.
Hopefully this epic scene will inspire you to watch this classic.

Take My Breath Away (Ocean’s 11)

By far one of the best moments in the classic film Ocean’s 11 is the scene where dude is running through the casino with the money, and then the cops blast him right outside to “Berlin’s “Take my breath away”. This is one of the coolest movies ever by the way, the rest suck!

 

 

Burn After Reading

“The fucking Russians?!!!??!” – Osbourne Cox

Coen Brothers have done it again, brilliant cinema in the same vein as “Fargo” and “Raising Arizona”  Ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances, waaaay over their ignorant heads.

12 Monkeys

Nothing short of a classic! This move is about Bruce Willis going back in time to stop a virus that kills five billion people in 1996 and 97 forcing survivors to live underground. In the future there is Time Travel but its not precise at all, sometimes the traveler may end up close to the year they are trying to get to but at times its off by the span of 100 years. Brad Pitt plays a phenomenal role as a psycho in the loony bin who aids Bruce. Time waits for no man and in this outstanding film from Terry Gilliam, he makes you understand that. The overall theme is dark and gritty making the future seem bleak yet tangible. This movie is classic pick the DVD up pronto!