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  • Hot Summer Night

    Hot Summer Night

    Late entry in the film noir sub genre has Leslie Nielson taking his wife on a "honeymoon" that really is just an excuse to track down an on the lam criminal and get back into the good graces of the newspaper that fired him. Inquiries at the town bar see a drink spilled on Nielson's wife (Colleen Miller), a cheesy bar fight and a lead to find out where this bad boy is. Colleen Miller just want's some time alone…

  • Richard Jewell

    Richard Jewell

    Amazing movie, Top 5 Eastwood for me and I've seen almost everything. The actual events and the court case are not something I've ever heard referenced until this movie came out. Even the presence of Jon Hamm is not enough to damper my enthusiasm (to be fair he's less annoying than usual here). Great job by unknown to me lead Paul Walter Hauser. Earlier choice Jonah Hill would have been a terrible distraction and is not capable of leading a…

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  • Body of Evidence

    Body of Evidence

    Infamously bad erotic thriller is more notable at this point for its amazing imdb trivia page than anything that happens in it.

    -Madonna's acting coach quit just before production began, claiming that "she thinks she knows everything". (Believable and hilarious)

    -Madonna had five personal assistants for this film, including her own hairstylist, make-up artist and personal trainer. (Easily believable as well)

    -Two of Madonna's more infamous scenes (one involving dripping candles, the other requiring her to masturbate) were improvised.…

  • Prince of Darkness

    Prince of Darkness

    As a young horror enthusiast (probably saw this around 10-12) this was one that left me cold, too slow and weird for me to appreciate. Watching it today I have certainly warmed up to it but I would not place it up there with top tier Carpenter films, and it's clearly the weakest of Carpenter's "Apocalypse Trilogy" in my mind.

    Carpenter has always been in his own league when it comes to the look and feel of his movies and…