Recently, I was lucky enough to see Sorcerer AND William Friedkin at the recent 1st annual Chicago Critics Film Festival. As if the movie isn't amazing enough on the big screen, Friedkin informed us that this print would be the last 35mm showing, prior to Sorcerer's release on Blu-Ray! Sploosh!
Friedkin's new production of The Wages of Fear kicks a Princess Cruise ship's worth of ass. It focuses on four criminals who need to get out of town quick and…
The problem with Bruce Lee's legacy (aside from dying way too soon) is that it's so much bigger than most of his actual films. Especially The Big Boss. You'd have to be delusional to call this a good movie. It's not. The two main money shots of Lee realizing his true potential doesn't come until the last 20 minutes or so. Prior to this, you get occasional glimpses of Bruce Lee's blindingly fantastic screen presence. He's a damn good looking…
INT. MOVIE STUDIO CONF. ROOM - - DAY
BJ, a studio head, enters room. Three interchangeable producers have been seated for over an hour.
Hey Connors! How's it hangin' pal? I banged your ex last night. My complements to YOUR plastic surgeon and HER palates instructor!
TOADY 1 (CONNORS):
HA! Good one BJ.
OOOH! BAM! You are the man BJ!
Score one for BJ!
Alright, enough bullshit. Business! So… we're wrapping up that Twilight…