James Stewart and Dean Martin are brothers in Bandolero!, a western directed by the underrated - I think so anyway - Andrew V. McLaglen. This casting automatically puts this film in the success column for me, being a Dean fan, a Stewart fan and a huge James Stewart western apologist, so this film was ahead a few points from the get-go.
Dean and his crew hold up a bank and get caught by an earnest sheriff (George Kennedy). He calls…
Oh boy, what was everyone involved thinking with this one? I'm all for a western comedy, even with some bawdy humour thrown in there of course, but this one misses the mark more than it hits it. Sinatra has fun with it obviously, but George Kennedy doesn't look like he's even trying in more than one instance which sucks because he's usually so good in anything he does.
I must admit I am only human though so, yes, Michele Carey's…
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…
That one David Fincher feature film that I still needed to see.
Panic Room may seem like the most straightforward film in Finchers oeuvre. It's a thriller about a woman (Jodie Foster) and her daughter (Kristen Stewart) who just moved into an old New York house. In their first night robbers arrive and they flee into the safe room the house is equipped with. The big conundrum is that whatever the robbers seek is in this so-called panic room.