"The Town" was a fantastic film with a horrific ending that left the final product as merely mediocre.
In your description of Denzel, you failed to mentioned his role as Creasy Man on Fire. I had no problem believing that guy could survive multiple gun shot wounds.
On Deadwood, I was pretty sure Powers Boothe's character could survive on a diet of nails and blood.
In regards to Ben, if he wasn't an official contributor here, I would think he is trolling us.
I am curious: what has Ridley Scott done to prove himself to be a "dufus politically"?
Andrew, I have been with BH since day one. As my year got busier and busier, I had less and less time to make my daily visits to the blogs that I enjoy. Today, this is the only one that I check daily. Thank you.
Also, I would like to thank you for letting us all discover that Adam Baldwin was even cooler than we already thought he was. I swear, before him, I wasn't sure that there was anyone that well-educated in Hollywood.
And thanks to all of my fellow commentors. This place wouldn't be the same without all of you (except the trolls!)
I believe it is going to be called "Big Environment" and it is in the works.
Nay good sir. I think his hat was on just right with that statement!
The opening scene of Inglourious Basterds reminded me very much of the unbelievable verbal kung-fu that took place in True Romance in the scene between Christopher Walken and Dennis Hopper. The whole time you are watching it, you feel like something is just not right as you know what is going on is too good to be true. When the outcome reveals itself, you can't help but be taken aback at what you have just witnessed.
The giant robot chase in Terminator Salvation was an excellent example of what McG is capable of as a visual director. Unfortunately for McG, scenes like that were intermixed with ones where the characters had to talk.
Last nail in the coffin? You are still watching the Oscars?