The Chaser was the best thriller I've seen in a while, made my adrenaline pump like crazy towards the end.
Last edited by Diehard; November 4th, 2010 at 12:47 PM.
I think I like it. Maybe.
And why am I reminded of Neil?
Saw this for the first time. Used to love the VHS cover art when I saw it as a kid at the video store.
Totally dug it! '80's horror film made of win! :D
This is such a tragic, moving, and beautiful film. The Sweet Hereafter is about a small town in which a bus accident tragically kills several small children and a lawyer comes to the town to represent the victims in a class-action lawsuit. But this film is not a Josh Grisham fight for justice movie. It's a character study about people dealing with grief and loss. Ian Holm gives a superb performance as the lawyer who is also distraught over his drug-addicted daughter, and Sarah Polley is wonderful as a girl who survived the accident but is wheelchair bound. I think I might have to read the book on which it was based now since I liked the movie so much.
One of the best old school horror movies. :D
we who live here walk alone
Went on a trip to Boston last week. Lots of airplane time, so I watched:
The Other Guys - really good. Not sure why I missed it in the theatres...
Dinner for Schmucks - was it "I love you man" part 2? The dinner is only a tiny portion of the movie.
Salt - still one of the best action movies this year.
Inception - even in crappy seatback screen def, it was awesome! LOL
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