I was wondering whether anyone else is eagerly anticipating the release of Arthur Penn's excellent "Night Moves" on DVD. Having just watched it again on tape, I'm more than ever convinced of two things; firstly, that Gene Hackman never gave a better performance - which is saying a lot - and secondly, that it's got the best script of the seventies. Packed with quotable lines, it's so carefully structured that there's not a single scene which isn't totally necessary, from the chess game with Jennifer Salt to the scene where Harry Moseby confronts his wife and her lover (see my sig quote for my favourite movie line of all time). Now, since Mr Hackman, Alan Sharp and Arthur Penn are still with us, wouldn't it be a nice idea to get them together to record a commentary. This is one of the lesser known treasures of seventies cinema and it needs to be seen by a lot more people.