Morgan Freeman, Forest Whitaker Eyeing John Travolta’s ‘Poison Rose’
I loved the first one, and the secondo was decent (with a crazy good Eva Green).
It seemed to me that new movies were teased with Xerxes being alive and the persians still not defeated
I Wonder if the second one not being succesful will stop new ones from being made?
The were not masterpieces but really enjoyable movies for me
It’s just a bit surprising to me. Considering Anderson and Wilson are friends, came up into the film business together and collaborated on the scripts for Anderson’s first three films (Bottle Rocket, Rushmore, Royal Tenenbaums), there’s not really much explanation for why he never writes with him anymore (although, yes, he’s still acted in them)
Is the explanation that he wanted to focus more on his acting career since he became pretty big in Hollywood after Zoolander? Probably the best explanation I can come up with.
Was rewatching it the other day and was completely blown away at all of the high-profile actors in the movie. Aside from the Expendable movies(which kinda don’t count since that’s their whole gimmick), Black Hawk Down’s gotta be at or near the top. Let’s just go down the list:
-Ewan McGregor(fucking Obi-Wan Kenobi)
-Eric Bana(Prince of fucking Troy)
-Ioan Gruffudd(Mr. fucking Fantastic)
-Jason Isaacs(Lucius Malfoy)
-Nikolai Coster-Waldu(Jamie fucking Lannister)
-Tom fucking Hardy
-Orlando Bloom(fucking Legolas)
-Ty Burrell(fucking Phil from Modern Family)
-Jeremy Piven(fucking Ari Gold)
There’s others too if you go down the entire IMDB list. Any other films that rival it?
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So let me elaborate on my thought …
It’s interesting how when you watch a movie at different times in your adult life you have a different reaction.
As I said in the title field, when I saw “When Harry Met Sally” in my 20s, I thought Harry was funny and cool; when I watch it now in my 40s I think he’s a jerk.
(Early in the picture) Harry, to me now, comes across as a self-centered smart ass. But when I was in my twenties (and more like Harry at the time, I suppose) I saw him as funny and smart and self-assured.
Separate thought …
My re-watch also re-confirms something I thought of before … that is, WHEN HARRY MET SALLY was an influential seed that spawn a generation of romantic comedies in cinema and on TV.
For example, SEINFELD is basically WHEN HARRY MET SALLY on TV. FRIENDS was heavily derived from SEINFELD and so on.
I am writing an essay on the power of independent films. Focusing on the emotion caused by independent films, films that have had an obvious cultural impact. These might be films that enraged people or films that left society with new ideas that people couldn’t stop talking about. Along with my research I wanted to stop by this little subreddit to see your suggestions for films I should research or include in my essay. Please, if you have any ideas I would love to hear them!
Doug Adams (Author of The Music of the Lord of the Rings Films) has announced on [Twitter](https://twitter.com/DougAdamsMusic) the re-release of ‘The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring – The Complete Recordings’.
Amazon.com is listing two versions with a release date of March 30, 2018:
– [Blu-Ray Audio](https://twitter.com/DougAdamsMusic/status/963523906274516992) ($79.98)
– [Vinyl](https://twitter.com/DougAdamsMusic/status/963523937530507267) ($119.98)