After watching Dark Knight Rises - which I tried to write a review for but just couldn't without gushing too much, I decided to go back and watch The Dark Knight. I mean, I just had to. After all, my favorite part of Rises was Bane - his presence, his lines, every little nuance of Tom Hardy's amazing performance. So obviously I had to go back and look at Ledger's legendary Joker.
And let me get this straight - I still love this film, and I still love Ledger's Joker but I have to give the nod to Rises and Bane.
This was a midnight showing at the ol' local movie theater.
I remember going batshit insane for all of Tarintino's movies when I was a teenager looking for something different from the norm. I attribute them in some minor way to my growth, and Pulp Fiction was one of the few movies I purchased in my teen years.
I haven't seen it in a while so I jumped at the chance to see a midnight showing. Over the years I…
I did it.
Last night I finally picked up the complete trilogy of Star Wars blu-rays. I mean, I always told myself that I was going to but I figured that I was just going to pick up the cheaper original set of movies - but no, the full set was just too tempting with all of its extras.
What is there to say really about A New Hope? It's probably the movie that I have seen the…