Keith Richards: Under The Influence is a light documentary. It is an extremely likable portrait of a man who's seen and done pretty much anything you could think about - and then some - and he gives an insight into his musical inspirations here. So, we get great music, some conversations with the man himself and we see him working on his new solo album which basically showcases these inspirations. It's entertaining, a little bit too short and nowhere near all too in-depth, but the charm it exudes makes up for that in a big way.
Jean-Paul Belmondo is commissaire Stan Jalard who, along with his partner, is getting ready to retire to the Caribbean. His partner gets killed by a psychopathic gangster and Stan makes it his mission to catch this illustrious Schneider (a fiendish Jean-Pierre Malo) whatever the costs. Not only that, but he also takes semi-full time care of his deceased partner's son of whom he is the godfather.
There's some brutal action in here - Deray doesn't eschew raw violence from the…
It's probably good David Fincher made Alien 3 if only to confirm the fact that he is human after all.
I am not quite sure what to say about Gone Girl other than pretty much acknowledging nay pledging my adulation for it right here. I want to say this isn't a perfect film, but I can't find any fault with it. From stars Ben Affleck - I never hated him, but after this i don't see why anyone still would…
There is no chance I am able to write an objective review after having seen a Robin Williams film now, but who cares about objectivity at a time like this.
Minor spoilage included, proceed at your own risk.
I have consciously avoided What Dreams May Come since its theatrical run,but I felt like this was as good a time as any as the sad plot might prove to be something of a cathartic experience for me. The story of doctor…