If you are looking for Arnold’s usual kick-ass action extravaganza, this isn’t it… But it is still a fun, feel good movie about an undercover cop by the name of John Kimble (Schwarzenegger), who in his efforts to locate and put away a lowlife by the name of Crisp (Tyson)… Goes to a small town with his partner to find the lowlifes wife whom they thought had stolen 3 million dollars from him before running off with their kid!
For most modern movie fans… Those younger fans that have more often then not have been getting in to movies that were created after 2000, then the chance is, is that you probably have not heard of him… Of course for those movie fans out there that are a fan of older films no matter what age know him, and the awesomeness that made up his brief, but awesome body of work!
This blog is for those of you who probably don’t know him!
The Hunt For Red October is a thrilling story of a Soviet Submarine Commander and his command crew are trying to defect to the United States with the Soviets latest most high tech submarine as a gift for the American Government… Once the American Government becomes aware of it, they send the person who discovered his plans to meet up with Ramius and the Red October to start the transition to American life…
The only problem is that the Soviets have also found out as well, and it will be up to Ramius, his command crew, and this CIA analyst sent to meet up with Ramius, to get the defectors the, ‘Red October’ to the United States before it is destroyed by the angry Soviet war machine!
Due to financial troubles with his new expensive factory out in the middle of no where, and the management that seems to be leaving quicker then he can hire them, and financial troubles in his company, ‘Spacely Sprockets’, Mr. Spacely decides to send out his inept but hilarious employee, ‘George Jetson;’ and family to try and get things in shape and production going out at the factory… It looks like if George can’t do it, nobody can!
Bank Guard: What the Hell kind of clown are you? Grimm: The crying on the inside kind, I guess. Quick Change is comedy the way comedies should be made. It’s not pie in your face but character-based, and it’s also a barbed-wire Valentine for the city of New York, to boot. Three bank robbers, Bill […]
Cadillac Man (1990), starring Robin Williams and Tim Robbins, among others. It’s about a car salesman who will literally try and sell anybody, anywhere (at one point he pitches people at a funeral procession) and who is not only good at his job, loves it, and loves the many women still in his life. And […]
If you’re anything like me when you come across a title like ‘Wild at Heart’ you may just assume, “Oh boy, another movie about a horse!” (Insert Buzzer Sound Here) WRONG! I was amazingly surprised and wildly over joyed (pun intended) to learn I was wrong. I had the honor recently of being able to […]
Trying to get an education in 1999 has become a blood sport. All you have to do is get passed the war zones that are occupied by a bunch of gangs with automatic weapons. School Security Guards in full riot gear, and military grade androids that will kill to make sure that you don’t disrupt their class!
I was sitting here writing a recommendation for the movie Carrie, relishing the experience of remembering just how much I not only enjoyed watching Carrie, but also reading Stephen King’s novel. Carrie is a great example of the power and impact that novels still have on people and how their big screen adaptions can retain […]