John Mackenzie's british gangster movie The Long Good Friday is a fantastic addition to the genre. Everything about it is near perfect. It has a great tight script and dialogue, a top-notch cast - Bob Hoskins is outstanding and it's fun to see a young Pierce Brosnan in his first full-legth feature role. And yeah, the score is so damn good!
I love Bob Dylan. I own all his records, I've seen him live twelve times (so far), me and my wife danced to Emotionally Yours on our wedding and my two year old son's name is Bob. I'm not a crazy Dylan fan though, he's just my all-time favorite artist and I never grow tired of listening to his music.
I'm Not There is "inspired by the music & the many lives of Bob Dylan" and that pretty much sums it…
Andrea "Burial Ground" Bianchi's Cry of a Prostitute is a very sleazy, grim, sadistic and violent italian mobflick with a terrific Henry Silva in the lead as a man you definitely don't want to have on your enemy list. It's vicious and mean and there's some seriously fucked-up scenarios (and one of the most obvious not very human child ever) but there's also some really fantastic locations and it's a highly entertaining and very fast paced movie with great atmosphere and a good score. Another damn fine Bianchi creation, where nothing is sacred! The Code Red blu-ray is a must-have!
A year after Sarah's husband and daughter dies in a car accident, she and her friends goes on a caving expedition in the Appalachian Mountains. They encounter something horrible...
Neil Marshall's The Descent is a claustrophobic nightmare and one of the best modern horror movies. It actually manage to scare you and even though I've seen it several times before I'm never ready for some of the very effective jump scares. The all-female characters feels real and there's even a "great" trauma involved that doesn't become the usual too much. Oh, and those cave dwellers are creepy stuff! Great movie!