Just watched 'The Bedford Incident' from 1965 on TNT. Was enjoying it as a cold war naval story with strong performances by Sidney Poitier as a journalist, Martin Balsam as an unwanted ship doctor, Eric Portman, who I wasn't familiar with, as an ex-Nazi adviser who serves as the voice of reason, and Richard Widmark as the hawkish, hardened ship's commander. Then came the ending....
The new X-Men movie is very good. The two actors playing the main leads are very good..... Good action and stories. They always seem to get time period pieces wrong though... it's 1962 and some are dressed like it's 1966 and Swinging London. And No one really says "Whatever" or "Groovy" in 1962.
I'm a Jason Bateman mark, have been since Silver Spoons. Loved Horrible Bosses.
"But I do know Joey's sister indirectly (or foster sister) and I have heard stories of Joey being into shopping, designer wear, fancy coffees, and pedicures."
"I know a lot about the law and various other lawyerings."
rabbit hole...well-made, tough to watch, with excellent acting by nicole kidman, aaron eckhart and the always superb dianne wiest..good film.
Loved Horrible Bosses. It was pretty funny the whole time and I thought that Jennifer Aniston killed it. Very pleasantly surprised.
Really excited about this movie coming out in 2012:
"A Princess of Mars" is a sci-fi pulp classic. I'm actually kinda shocked it's taken this long to get it onto the big screen.
24 Years and Counting...
Battle of Los Angeles on blu ray was fantastic.
Watched Chasing 3,000 the other day about two boys epic cross country journey to see Roberto Clemente's 3000th hit. Entertaining.
"panic" only comes from having real expectations