Day: September 16, 2014
Movie #82 released in 1964 added to the Registry in 1989.
The Plot: When someone issues an attack order that may lead to nuclear holocaust, a room full of politicians and army leaders have to stop.
My Opinion: This is my third Kubrick film, so I kind of new what to expect, but again between The Shining and 2001, all three have very different stories and settings while being cohesive. I never knew exactly what this film was about, from the long title “Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb” I vaguely thought war. If I knew it had a bad ass plane in it, I probably would’ve watched it sooner. I also didn’t know it was a comedy before I started playing it and the genre read “comedy.” It’s comedy is subtle and I didn’t always know if it was being serious or…
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Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass Return to the Bourne series!
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Good day to you ladies and gents, time for some film news and boy is today’s story an interesting one. I just woke up around 20 minutes ago and scanned the internet as usual, then I see a news story about Matt Damon and Paul Greengrass returning to the Bourne film series, at first I think it is just another rumour, but to then see it on other sites as well, I realise that this is real and that I have to talk about it on my blog. So here I am! 😀 The following information comes from IGN:
Jason Bourne is back! Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass, who teamed for the second and third Bourne films (The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatum), are in the process of cutting deals with Universal Pictures to return for a third film together in the series.
Deadline has the…
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5 Legends Who Should Win Cecil B. DeMille Award
Look, I have nothing against George Clooney. If anything, I’m somewhat happy because he will for sure attend the ceremony when Tina Fey and Amy Poehler still host. If you follow all the funny stunts this trio has been pulling off because of Fey’s remark last year about Gravity as “the story of how George Clooney would rather float away into space and die than to spend one more minute with a woman his own age.” — you’ll know what I mean.
And it’s only Golden Globe, people. We shouldn’t take this Award too seriously. But if out of curiosity you wonder if George Clooney really is on top of the waiting list for this kind of recognition? The answer is for sure, not. These are at least 5 other big names who should have been considered urgently for this award instead (in no particular order):
1. Meryl Streep
The easiest name…
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