it seems so, John. I'm one of them and I don't usually like films which feature endless over-the-top violence. But there's something engaging about these three films. They are fun, interesting and I said in the thread on the 3rd film that,, for some reason, I buy into the universe that they've created for these films and just sit back and enjoy.So, people like the John Wick movies? I’ve never seen any of them.
Nice to see you, Marv! How's the home theater holding up?
Finally getting some viewing in.
Thanks, Matt! Peg's really been wanting to see this version of Heidi. I hope it sticks around a few more days on the app.I had a TCM app evening as well tonight.
I started out with Heidi, the 1937 Shirley Temple version which has always been a favorite of mine. Probably taken from the same master as the DVD, but it looked very nice. Mary Nash always makes an excellent villain.
Till September 17th. Sweet!Thanks, Matt! Peg's really been wanting to see this version of Heidi. I hope it sticks around a few more days on the app.
I'm going to watch my 2018 MOC Blu-ray this week as I've been meaning to watch and listen to Eddie Muller's commentary on it for a very long time. I bought this BD earlier this year so it's about time I remove it from my "Un-Watched Pile of Discs".No Way Out (TCM app) 1950. Mankiewicz's study of racism. Poitier's spectacular film debut. Darnell is extraordinary. Widmark is nasty. Hadn't seen this film in ages.
I hope you like it as much as I do. It's not a subtle movie: most of the characters are of absolutes in terms of good or evil, but it does make you root for the good ones all the same.Till September 17th. Sweet!
I guess we''' be watching tomorrow.
We just sampled the first 15 minutes or so. Looks pretty good.
Every time I see Shirley Temple I am reminded what a special young lady she was. It is so hard to see her smile and not feel good. It's a shame her films have never been better represented on disc.