A bloody gang war is about to erupt in Brooklyn. The Vipers and the Deuces are going to decide who rules the streets they live on.
A year ago George Falconer lost his love of 16 years when Jim died in a car accident. Now as he seeks to move on he finds himself stuck in neutral. Today he’s decided to kill himself.
This is an interesting film that has a good pace and an interesting story. The point it drives at has remained relevant which might be why this film still works today.
In 1982 Gandhi was released to critical acclaim. That success would translate into eight Academy Awards as well as another 26 awards and multiple other nominations. Richard Attenborough took home Best Picture and Best Director for this film. Ben Kingsley won Best Actor for his portrayal of this historical figure.
This is a film that caught me by surprise. The nature of human beings and the long-term results of actions taken are both investigated throughout the movie. Bowie does a wonderful job playing a man ruined but looking for salvation. Tom Conti is amazing as Mr. Lawrence. His emotional portrayal of a man who is isolated from everyone around him is perfect.
This is an amazing film in many aspects. The visual beauty is stunning as the film seems to have found some segment of this country still untouched. Dante Spinotti captures the time period incredibly well as he did in L.A. Confidential and Public Enemy.
Band of Brothers is not exception to the quality of work I’ve come to expect from HBO. With Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg as executive producers this series of episodes is bound to stand the test of time.
This was the surprise film for me in 2010. Despite having a relatively unknown cast led by Jennifer Lawrence this