My first review of the year will be Haywire. I will get it submitted to Criterion Cast by Friday. Hopefully it will be up here early next week at the latest. As far as current interests go, I have just begun “Deadwood” (finally). I am two episodes in and I am already completely hooked. The writing is superb; it just has its own rhythm to it and it becomes very easy to be hypnotized by its brand of speaking. Otherwise, I am just having fun catching up on older films that were gaping holes in my viewing. Catching films in the theater is not a priority right now, mainly because it just was for the past several months.
01 Feb 2012 2 Comments
in 2012, Weekly Screening Log Tags: 12 Monkeys, 1928, 1947, 1949, 1950, 1955, 1966, 2001, 2011, 2012, A Separation, action, Atlantic City, Billy Wilder, Burt Lancaster, Charlie Chaplin, Crime, Cult, Domestic, Dystopian, Eliz Kazan, Film Noir, France, Freddy Got Fingered, Gross-out Comedy, Haywire, Henry Hathaway, Iran, Italy, Julien Duvivier, Kiss of Death, Louis Malle, Luchino Visconti, Mademoiselle, Max Ophuls, Panic in the Streets, Pepe le Moko, Richard Widmark, Robert Aldrich, Romance, Sabrina, Sci-Fi, Silent, Steven Soderbergh, Terry Gilliam, The Big Knife, The Circus, The Leopard, The Reckless Moment, Tony Richardson