E. R. Torre
ertorre
5/29/20
4:23 PM
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I agree re him being a “spirit”, which makes the fact that the film is a remake of High Plains Drifter more clear!

5/29/20
3:47 PM
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FYI The Wraith is essentially a 1980s remake of the Clint Eastwood film High Plains Drifter...

5/29/20
9:33 AM
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The other day I made a joke that this scene from Top Secret! was the inspiration to Tenet...

5/28/20
11:00 AM
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I’ve mentioned it before -and I’m sure to many people’s consternation- that I am eager to see the Snyder Cut of Justice League and (gasp!) that I very much liked the extended cut of BvS. Read more

5/28/20
10:43 AM
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I jokingly put the clip from Top Secret!, where the actors play everything in reverse and then that footage is played backwards, as the “inspiration” for Tenet. Read more

5/22/20
9:24 PM
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Your theory may well be right but the scene where the protagonist “catches” bullets fired at a target seems to suggest otherwise, no? Read more

5/22/20
4:58 PM
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See, I’m talking about roughly the point where we are introduced to the “new batch” of women through the car chase/end. And again: Props to Kurt Russell! His turn from nasty, cold blooded murderer to weeping man-child was absolutely hilarious! Read more

5/20/20
5:05 PM
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Pretty much agree with all you’ve said (though, again, I haven’t seen but two of Snyder’s films). Read more

5/20/20
3:08 PM
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In/around the time I first got into i09 BvS was released and, unlike most people around these parts, I actually defended the movie and couldn’t understand the hate for it. Read more

5/15/20
3:15 PM
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It’s a weird thing... I can return to the original Poseidon Adventure and feel it is a top rate tense/horror/disaster film that really works in doing what it does: Makes us feel for the small group we are following and sad whenever one of them is lost. Read more

5/14/20
11:23 AM
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I can’t remember where I read it (unabridged copy of Night Shift, maybe?), but yeah, King was flyin’ high when he made that trailer. Read more

5/14/20
11:04 AM
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Actually enjoyed the show back in the day. Robert Stack was always fun to listen to (then again, my fondest memories of him are from his turn in Airplane!)