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 One [101-76]
In four days, I will turn fifty. Or maybe you could say, I will achieve fifty years old, finishing my 50th year. To celebrate (at least, on this blog), we’re taking a look back and picking a film from each year of my life that I think is notable. My birthday is June 7, so each film came out in the year that began on that date, according to Wikipedia.
Continue reading Fifty Years: Fifty Movies – part two
It’s time for another Weekly Geeky Question. Each week my friend Rod asks me some geeky question that I have to answer. We’re now up to Week #50, so we’ve been at this for a while. This week’s question follows on from last week, where we talked about disappointing story payoffs.
What are some of the most best story payoff’s that I have ever seen?
Continue reading Weekly Geeky Question #50: Awesome Story Payoffs
So, right off the bat, I guess I should say that I don’t really believe in “chick flicks”. I mean, I do, of course. I understand the idea that some films are marketed more at a male audience and some are marketed more at a female audience. And sometimes, for some people, that it is a really important difference. “Chick flick” is a term generally reserved for movies that focus primarily on romantic or sentimental topics, and usually have a female lead character. Continue reading 47 Movie Blogs #43 – “Chick Flicks” That Guys Should Watch for Their Educational Value
I bought a DVD of Rob Reiner’s film A Few Good Men some time ago on one of those “Hey, this is a good movie!” sort of impulses, but never watched it until the opportunity presented itself last week. I was looking for a film to watch with some workmates – one of them is a big Jack Nicholson fan, and yet had never caught this film. Continue reading “A Few Good Men”