Carlie (The Blasphemous Wench)
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Tag Archives: Guilty Pleasures
Stephen King adaptations are, historically, not awesome. For every Stand by Me or The Shawshank Redemption, there is a Needful Things – or a Dreamcatcher – or a Children of the Corn – or a Lawnmower Man – or a Maximum Overdrive – or a Tommyknockers – or, hell, even a Haven. Which, hey, could be good, … Continue reading
Well, Tim Burton had a vision of Gotham, and it was dark and gothic. Joel Schumacher, on the other hand? He saw it as a bit more colorful than that.
Originally, I intended to see Drive Angry in theaters because it looked hilarious. For some reason or another, though, this never happened. (I suspect I couldn’t go the first week, and it had disappeared by the second.) So awhile ago, I remedied this … Continue reading
Okay, that wasn’t an actual quote from the 1966 Batman movie, but it might as well have been. I haven’t seen this one in, like, a decade and . . . wow. Just, wow. People, I have a new standard … Continue reading
And now, a joint review by the Sisters St. George on one of their very favorite comfort films: Broken Arrow.
Someday, I’ll have to do a full commentary on Basic, because . . . wow, does this movie just defy all description. But here are a few notes that I made a couple of days after re-watching the film.