How do you go from a such an intriguing debut about an intimidating totalitarian dystopian future where it's so messed up, and perverted, and freakish, and religious, and with such a good cast...TO THE FUCKING STAR WARS MOVIES?! I mean FUCK ME. This also has FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA AS EXECUTIVE PRODUCER, and then includes a high octane futuristic car chase, with so so so good cgi that it's impossible to think IT WAS MADE IN 1971. George Lucas my man, you had much more potential than I thought you had.
You know, Walter Hill is a pretty decent director after all. 48 Hours has the privilege to be named one of the first buddy cop films, and actually, one that set up the whole genre as we know it. It doesn't do anything extremely different or revolutionary, but it was something new in 1982, and holds up pretty well even by today's standards. It's well shot, directed and acted. It plays a lot with the lighting, the neon colors, the…
-I genuinely think Ingmar Bergman would love Barbie, probably would be one of his favorites
-Am I the only one that thinks Ken looks like a prettier Popeye with blonde hair?
-The musical scenes and the dancing choreography are some of the best and most energetic I have seen in a while, and holy shit this movie could have been straight up a musical and RULE even more
-I also really feel that this is as perfect as kids movies…