List a couple of your "least" favorite movies:
- Pearl Harbor and anything else directed
by Michael Bay!
List a couple of your favorite movies:
- North by Northwest
- The Maltese Falcon
- Schindler's List
List a couple of your favorite directors:
List a couple of your favorite movie quotes(dialogue):
- "If they move, Kill em!", The wild bunch
- "Gentlemen, you can't fight in here! This is the war room!", Dr. Strangelove
- "I'm shocked, shocked to find that gambling is going on in here!", Casablanca
List a couple of your favorite genres:
- Horror & Crime, but I like any well told story.
List a couple of your favorite movie moments (with or without dialogue):
- That last walk before all hell breaks loose in the Wild Bunch.
- Janet Leigh's last moments in Psycho
- Sterling hayden realizing it's all over in the last few minutes of The Killing.
- Toshiro Mifune walking into town and seeing a dog with a human hand in it's mouth in Yojimbo.
A short paragraph on why you like movies and why you want to write about them here on this blog and what you hope to accomplish by putting your thoughts down here:
I hope to maybe influence someone who hasn't a clue to who Toshiro Mifune is. We have a wonderful history of great films.
Instead of getting that "hot" new release. I would love it if someone checked out a Kurosawa film for the first time. I hope to maybe turn someone on to a gem like "yojimbo".
Or let them know that Christopher Lee made some great films way before "The Lord of the Rings trilogy".Or that a great part of the influence on the "Star Wars" films comes from Lucas's love of Kurosawa's films.
I would love to get the "newbie" interested in classic films from the masters. And I hope to discover gems from others!
Anything else you would like to include on this bio. sheet?:
I miss my days at the chess and water polo clubs...My days of laughter...