Favorite films

  • The Interpreter
  • The Philadelphia Story
  • The Last Wagon
  • The Return of Frank James

Recent activity

  • The Little Shop of Horrors


  • A Town Called Hell


  • The Interpreter


  • Damsel


Recent reviews

  • Postcard from Earth

    Postcard from Earth

    I am so excited! I just bought my ticket to see Aronofsky's new sci-fi documentary at Sphere, Las Vegas.

    Shivering with antici... pation.

    The unique new venue seats 17,500. The October 6th debut is sold out (except for resellers). I've booked a seat for the early show on Tuesday, October 10, and I'm expecting an experience like IMAX on steroids. Watch for my review here soon after. Woo-hoo!

  • A Town Called Hell

    A Town Called Hell


    Wild West Summer Challenge 2023
    Task #11: A Western With An Actor You Like (Robert Shaw, Telly Savalas, Martin Landau)

    American directors Robert Parrish & Irving Lerner collaborated to create this British-Spanish production of a spaghetti Western about a Mexican town called Hell or Bastard circa 1903. My recommendation: Please leave the making of pasta to the Italians.

    Granted, there is an A-list cast, with Robert Shaw as The Priest of the town, Telly Savalas as tyrannical Mayor Don…

Popular reviews

  • Mulholland Drive

    Mulholland Drive


    No hay banda! It's all a tape. Il n'est pas de orquestra. It is... an illusion! ~ Bondar at Club Silencio

    This magnificent movie will mess with your mind. Over a five-hour period on Saturday night, I watched this film carefully, read up about it on the Internet, and watched it again with frequent pauses and rewinds. I know I liked it. I think I get it. But one never knows for sure with David Lynch.


  • Drive



    Sorry, but I really don't get why so many people love this movie. Almost all the communication is conveyed through subtext and "meaningful" looks. Some of the cast and crew have stated that what's important "isn't what's said, but what isn't said." It was like watching a silent movie, and not in a good way.

    Yes, the opening chase scene is probably among the best I have ever seen after Bullitt. If the movie stopped right there, as the crowd…