#45 in my Ranking of Alfred Hitchcock's films. I'm not actually going to review this. The only copies I could find did not have English subtitles, but I did watch the whole thing in German. Since I know precisely two and a half words of German, I wasn't really able to follow the action of… Continue reading Mary
Month: May 2020
I love Tarantino. I don’t think he’s made a bad film. His worst film, Death Proof is still entertaining if not quite where it could be. He’s a massive film nerd and has an encyclopedic knowledge of cinema and its history that makes my own personal knowledge seem infantile by comparison. That massive knowledge bank… Continue reading Quentin Tarantino
#44 in my Ranking of Alfred Hitchcock's films. This feels like is should have been an early Hitchcock film that fit in easily with the parts of his filmography that he's famous for like The Wrong Man or North by Northwest, but Murder!'s story of one man alone without being able to call the police… Continue reading Murder!
The Die Hard Franchise Ranked: The Definite Ranking
Another small list, lower than 10, which is good. Those are terrible. I'm a bit weird about the Die Hard franchise. I don't like the first as much as most people, and my favorite is not what many think it is. Most seem to be a lot more forgiving of the second than I am.… Continue reading The Die Hard Franchise Ranked: The Definite Ranking
A Good Day to Die Hard
#5 in my ranking of the Die Hard franchise. I'm not one to demand that films in a franchise adhere to the conventions and formula of those that preceded it, so the fifth entry in the Die Hard franchise doing stuff like going to Russia and essentially becoming a spy action thriller don't bother me.… Continue reading A Good Day to Die Hard