Don't ask Marvin Harrison what he did during the bye week. "Batman never told where the Bat Cave is," he explained.
Good ending. I truly didn't expect it to end with out Berry's character talking about how they were linked together.
For me at the moment it would probably be
2) Taxi Driver
3) Raging Bull
Gangs of New York, and The Aviator were great films as well. I need to see Casino all the way through, as well as King of Comedy, and Last Temptation I also can't wait for his next film The Departed to come out. It has DeCaprio, Nicholson, Damon and Wahlberg amoungs other in it.
40 year old virgin
Im still laughing!
"Antwone Fisher". With Denzel Washington. I saw it in the theaters three years ago. And while it is technically not a great film by any means, it is very effective at hitting you on an emotional level.
The Lord of the Rings- The Fellowship of the Rings- Extended Edition
The Lord of the Rings- Two Towers- Extended Edition
The Lord of the Rings- The Return of the King- Extended Edition
I figured it was about time that I watch all three of these back to back to back. I started at 2:30 PM and it is now 1:54 AM. All I can say is wow. The Extended Editions give you a lot more information. I expected it to be long, but not 11 to 12 hours long. However, thats not a problem as I really enjoyed watching them.
The one thing I don't get though is the very last part of the ending. I still don't understand why Frodo leaves middle earth. I mean its not like he was close to death or time like Bilbo, or Gandolf were. He has his whole life ahead of him, albeit minus a finger. So why did he leave?
Also I should say that having not read the books I am curious as to what was left out or out of order. For Example, I heard that the shire gets attacked in the books. Yet, I didn't see it save for when Frodo looks into the well in the first movie. This makes one wonder if Peter Jackson ( who no doubt did a wonderful job) left anything else out.
Damn Chris Tucker was great in that movie.
You know how hippos are made out to be sweet and silly, like big cows, but are actually extremely dangerous and can kill you with stunning brutality? The Pacers are the NBA's hippos....Matt Moore CBS Sports....
Shallow Hal(again), Lord of the Rings Two Towers(again), Armegeddon(again)
Gentleman's Agreement (1947) with Gregory peck. Supposed to be a classic, but I just couldn't get all the way through it. Put me to sleep.
The Family Guy movie. For what seems to be the ten billionth time since July.
No Direction Home
"A player who makes a team great is more valuable than a great player. Losing yourself in the group, for the good of the group, that’s teamwork."
It's not airing on PBS until next week. The DVD came out yesterday. The DVD has several complete performances of songs that won't be aired on PBS.
I had planned on just watching Part 1 last night but ended up watching the whole thing (just short of 4 hours).
Very entertaining and well worth the $20........
No Direction Home: Bob Dylan, A Martin Scorsese Picture
Part 1 - Monday, September 26 at 9pm; Wednesday, September 28 at 3am
Bob Dylan participates in an exclusive film biography. From his explosive arrival on the downtown New York City scene in 1961 — with a raspy voice, pounding guitar and stunning lyrics — through his near-fatal motorcycle accident in Woodstock in 1966, no one had more of an impact and no one changed the landscape of contemporary music more profoundly. Private, almost reclusive, disdainful of customary forms of publicity, Dylan has now agreed to make an appearance in his own story, illuminated in particular by this remarkable five-year period. Directed by Martin Scorsese, this intimate and incomparable film includes an archive literally never-before-seen footage from childhood, from the road, from backstage, as well as unreleased interviews conducted over the past 15 years with other seminal figures from those times — some of whom, like Allan Ginsberg, are long dead. Dylan brings the rights to his legendary music with him — “Blowin’ in the Wind,” “Like a Rolling Stone,” “Don’t Think Twice,” “Mr. Tambourine Man,” “It Ain’t Me Babe,” “Just Like a Woman,” “Positively 4th Street,” “The Times They Are A-Changin’” — and on and on.
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