|The Unmanned Writer|
Has anybody noted Tears of the Sun with regards to the jungle fighting scenes and violence of rebels?
Sentiment without action is the ruin of the soul.
Help, I'm having premonitions of future flashbacks.
Only in an insane world are the sane considered insane.
Some people listen to the noise of the world,
And some people listen to the quiet.
"All Californians, like all citizens of the United States, have a fundamental Constitutional right to keep and bear common and dangerous arms. The nation’s Founders used arms for self-protection, for the common defense, for hunting food, and as a check against tyranny." Judge Benitez - March 2019
|Frangas non Flectes|
I would put The Hunt for Red October right up there with it. With good surround sound, you feel like you’re in the subs, or on the carrier flight deck.
|So let it be written, |
so let it be done...
Touch of Evil (1958)
The camera work and cinematography were ground breaking...
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'Live long and prosper'
Great movie. You can almost forget Charlton Heston playing a Mexican.
|A teetotaling |
I've always thought Apocalypse Now was leading edge at the time, although I'm not sure it really changed the way movies were made. Still it was "out there" at the time.
Deep Throat, while not critically acclaimed, broke some barriers as did Boogie Nights. The latter a much better movie.
Men fight for liberty and win it with hard knocks. Their children, brought up easy, let it slip away again, poor fools. And their grandchildren are once more slaves.
The Squaw Man (1918) -- First movie remake.
The Fall Of A Nation (1916) -- First movie sequel
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