So lately I made a Youtube video, for the first time (I’ve made films before, and put them on Youtube, but I never made a video specifically to just say stuff on Youtube) in which I share my 101 Films That I Love the Most. You can see the video and read all about it here.
In addition to making this video, I thought I’d also share it in writing—for easy reference in case you or I don’t feel like listening to me talk about this over 40 minutes of real time.
Continue reading 101 Movies That I Love the Most – Part Two [75-51]
Every week in 2018, the plan is that my friend Rod is going to ask me some geeky question that will answer in a post. This week is Week #18, and this week’s question is an interesting one:
What are ten great non-geeky, non-scifi, non comic book movies that I’d recommend for geeks to watch?
Continue reading Weekly Geeky Question #18: Non-Geeky Movies…for Geeks!
The Giant Mechanical Man sounds like exactly the sort of film one would expect to see being mocked by Tom Servo and Crow T. Robot in an episode of Mystery Science Theatre 3000. And while I’m sure the two robots would find things to riff about it, it’s not their usual fare, as The Giant Mechanical Man is actually a romantic “dramedy” without a hint of science fiction anywhere in it. The film stars Jenna Fischer from The Office (US version) whose presence in the project drew my attention to it originally, and it’s directed by her husband, Lee Kirk. Continue reading The Giant Mechanical Man–Emotionally Honest (and not, in fact, about killer robots)