As far as I'm concerned this is a perfect action movie, and the best of the franchise. The funny thing is it took me until this rewatch to reach that. Christopher McQuarrie seems to be what this series needs! I can't wait to see what he does with 7 and 8!!! The action sequences in this are downright beautiful! The helicopter chase, the car chases, the sky dive, the sinking truck...all look awesome! The music in this movie is particularly well-done too. The cast is perfect, the story is smart and funny, the pace is fluid, and (again) the action is off the fucking chain!
It was so exciting to attend the premiere of this "lost" George A. Romero film that hasn't been seen since 1973. Romero was commissioned by Lutheran Services in Pittsburgh to do a film talking about the importance of respecting and helping the elderly. I'm still wondering if they knew what they were getting into asking Romero. Haha. Romero gives us a shorter film (clocks in at about an hour) that follows an elderly man in a surreal version of an…
"How dare he make love to me and not be a married man!"
This is a nice romantic comedy. Grant Bergman have a really good chemistry together (which you would know if you had seen Notorious). So many good laughs in here, and a lot of the humor is subtle. That's what I think makes this so charming--the comedy feels natural.