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  • The Year of Living Dangerously

    The Year of Living Dangerously


    35th Anniversary of the Australian release of The Year of Living Dangerously today. I have never seen this film before today. It wouldn't be released in the U.S. until February of '83. Peter Weir reteamed with his Gallipoli star Mel Gibson in this filmic adaptation of the 1978 novel of the same name. And this was a perfectly fine romantic drama about a group of Foreign Correspondants set against an attempted coup in Jakarta by the 30 September Movement in…

  • Broadcast News

    Broadcast News


    Catching up with some more Anniversaries from yesterday with a 30th for Broadcast News. First of all, I just want to state what good chemistry this cast all has. I totally believed in these characters and their relationships! Unfortunately, there are some pretty heavy handed moments as well, with a series of layoffs that happen. Plus I never really bought into the whole William Hurt/Holly Hunter romance. It's fun seeing Jack Nicholson in this, as he had previously won an…

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  • Star Wars: The Last Jedi

    Star Wars: The Last Jedi


    Seen in IMAX 3D. Well, I enjoyed this more than Force Awakens. Rian Johnson delivered another winner here in this second episode of the new rebooted trilogy. Fan service was kept to a minimum (except for one bit that plastered a big ole' goofy grin on this guy's face). There are some things in this film that I never thought that I'd see in a Star Wars movie and Kylo Ren continues to throw some pretty EPIC hissy fits! BB-8…

  • Overboard



    "My life is like death. My children are the spawn of hell. And your the devil" Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of Overboard today! Listen, I got a TON of nostalgia for this film since it was endlessly on HBO it seems. And this film is just some good old fashioned family fun! Kurt and Goldie teamed up in this super fun comedy that was directed by the late Garry Marshall and I don't think that I ever did a tribute…