Damn. Who would have thought that I would actually find myself relishing watching Vince Vaughn act? But seriously, he is just so damn good as the drug dealer who is thrown in prison and has to do some pretty nasty things to keep his wife alive on the outside. And it’s just so damn fun watching him as a man who really is prepared to do anything. There is a defining scene half way through the movie where he breaks…
Well, my fears were wrong. This is a proper Blade runner sequel. It secures the very atmosphere and ambience of the original with incredble visuals and an excellent score (I was pretty sure Hans Zimmer would fuck this up but this is great). It has everything apart from a decent story. Because the story really feels like it’s a part two, that awkward middle section of a trilogy that sets up for the final spectacular part with all that crap about replicant resistance and shit. And that sucks. But I’m glad I watched it at the cinema.
Il notti del terrore aka Burial ground is my all time favorite go to movie when everything else fail, I watch it at least once a year, it has that level of comfort. I'm not even going to bother to write a review this time, just tell you a little story.
Everyone who has seen the movie knows the effigy that is Peter Bark, the adult male with the horrendous haircut that plays the incestous Michael. You'll never forget him…
One of my dearest friends got married today and I couldn't attend because I am at home with a nasty fever. Which sucks. :(
So I decided to do the next best thing, nod off on the couch to his favorite movie of all time. My little tribute.
Here's to you Fred and Gregory. Five stars.