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Last Tango in Paris (Luc Besson 2015)

‘Based on an idea by Luc Besson.’

You know how seeing those words on a screen fills you with dread and giggles?

Let’s remake Escape from New York in a futuristic banlieue, no, wait, in a space prison. 356 more words



TITLE: WarGames YEAR: 1983 RANK: Jedi, Rebel, Droid, Sith GENRE: Thriller CAST: Matthew Broderick, Ally Sheedy, Dabney Coleman, Barry Corbin, Eddie Deezen

This iconic, groundbreaking Reagan era tech thriller hit screens as home computers were becoming fairly commonplace inside particular bedrooms of brainy suburban teenagers… Enter Matthew Broderick as David, who, with the light tap of a few consul buttons, is able to change his own grades after smarting off to an uptight Science teacher while his new girlfriend Jennifer, played by near-future Brat Pack beauty Ally Sheedy, is by his side when an intriguing game appears on David’s computer during a search, fitfully and formidably titled THERMONUCLEAR WAR, which happens to instigate potential World War III between then Cold War rivals America and Russia. 324 more words


100 Words or Less - Kill Bill Volume 2

Title – Kill Bill Volume 2

Released – 2004

Director – Quentin Tarantino

Starring – Uma Thurman, Michael Madsen, David Carradine

Review – Kill Bill Vol. 103 more words


Reservoir Dogs (1992)

“Reservoir Dogs,” Quentin Tarantino’s second film after the little known low-budgeter “My Best Friend’s Birthday,” is a good and polished early effort from a brilliant and controversial filmmaker. 329 more words

100 Words or Less - Kill Bill Volume 1

Title – Kill Bill Volume 1

Released – 2003

Director – Quentin Tarantino

Starring – Uma Thurman, David Carradine, Daryl Hannah

Review – Kill Bill Vol. 107 more words