Page 2 of Our Movie Index For Your Reading Pleasure.
Here is out list of links continued to our other reviews for you to enjoy.
Movies 3&4 of the 5 Part Series–Musashi Birth of the 2 Sword Style and Musashi Miyamoto 4: Duel at Ichijoji Temple.
Duel at Ichijoji Temple (1955) a/k/a Zoku Miyamoto Musashi: Ichijôji no kettô.
Musashi-NHK’s 2003 49 Episode Series Part 1.
Zen & Sword and Showdown at Hannyazaka–been having some Internet problems lately.
Installment 1 Musashi the Early Years
We interrupt this Musashi series to bring you SS’s maiden review: Keeping up with the Joneses
Introduction to our Series about Musashi
Well since Silver is unsure and Dangerous doesn’t know . . . Here we go.
If there was one man in Japan who deserved a six-post series of reviews, who would it be?
Our third and final salute to Rip Torn: HBO’s Flashpoint (1984)
Next in our Rip Torn Series: Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (2004)—If Torn was not in this, you would be wise to dodge the film.
Rip Torn, Richard (“Shaft”) Roundtree, Clint Eastwood and Burt Reynolds in “City Heat” (1984) or City Heat—better turn on the air conditioning to watch this one.
I’ve decided we need another tribute–a trifecta of flidecided we need another tribute–a trifecta of flicks with Rip Torn!
Harakiri (1962) or How I learned to love the bamboo sword.
Here is our third and final installment of our tribute to Burt Reynolds: “Malone” (1987).
Dangerous paid tribute on her site to Japan in light of the natural disasters. So I hereby interrupt this Burt Reynolds tribute to do the same. Ichikawa Raizo stars in the Japanese classic “The Third Shadow” (1963)—you had better turn on the lights.
Sharkey’s Machine: Who could have guessed that the father from “Family Affair” could play a vice-cop?
How can one properly review Smokey and the Bandit? I’m not sure but let’s try.
What’s Next? I’ll tell you (sort of)
You asked for it & here it is–The Inside Job.
Battle of Los Angeles: Dr. H: I Watched the Movie and Lived to Tell the Tale
It’s 1992 and it’s also the year of Glengarry Glen Ross.
Samurai Fiction: The Original Kill Bill—Sorry Quentin Tarantino The Cat’s Out The Bag.
Heathers: One of the Only 1980’s Non-John Hughes Teen Movies.
Turk 182 or “Zimmerman Flew and Tyler Knew!” Also one of the only movies Kim Cattral keeps her clothes on.
Bottle Rocket (1996)—A Movie of Débuts.
Here is one I’ll bet many of you have not seen: FM (1978)
Punishment Park—A “Mock-Documentary” that Easily Passes for a Real Documentary.
Since Polanski Has Generated So Much Activity . . . Let’s Look At The Ninth Gate (1999)
The Power of Basics: Bonnie Reviews Shaolin Monks in The Wheel of Life
JPF Looks At One Of The Greats: Roman Polanski’s Chinatown.
Dr. H Takes A Look At The Brando Classic: On The Waterfront.
Yes We Look At Another Peter Sellers Masterpiece: The Party (1968)
The Return of the King in Viva Las Vegas!
Detective Dee—The latest “wuxia” movie recommended by our woman from the land down under.
Here is a series that is may be lost but not forgotten: The Tick
Our Woman From Down Under Looks at “Valiant Ones.”
I can’t believe it took me this long to review a Pink Panther movie.
Ridley Scott’s: Robin Hood (2010) Not Blackhawk Down but not bad either.
Dr. H Calls in Wall Street–Money Never Sleeps
Passenger 57—Get passage out of the theater for this one.
That is right, another Gene Wilder & Richard Pryor Classic: Stir Crazy (1980)
Ah the 1970’s When the Ladies Still Drank Hard Liquor—Silver Streak (1976)
Tai Chi Master [太極張三豐] (1993) By Silver
Wild Things (1998) I like it not because it could be considered “racy,” but because Bill Murray and Robert Wagner are outrageous in this film.
Final Look At the B-Movies: Four Brothers.
Dangerous Takes A Look At: Magic Blade (1976) Shaw Brothers Classic.
What Some Guys Won’t do for a Little Action.
Our First “B” Movie Review: The Substitute II-Schools Out.
Let’s get back to some “B” Movies and by “B” I don’t mean Blockbusters.
JPF Asks Why Don’t We Take a Look at Barton Fink?
Dr. H and JP Look at “Operation Petticoat” what we dub as Humor In Uniform:
Jude Finestra Finally Looks At Bladerunner!
Let’s Take a Trip Back to the 1980s: Fast Times At Ridgemont High.
King Rat—A Movie Not Based On A Lie Like The Bridge Over the River Kwai.
Some More Support Why Black Hawk Down is the Greatest War Movie Ever.
I Have Not Written About Some Garbarge In A While: Thunderbirds
The Business of Movie Theaters–Helps to Explain the Crap
At Dr. H’s Request: Fight Club
Zatoichi The Fugitive: Better Late Than Never.
Office Space: Mike Judge’s Master Piece. (1999)
Kevin Costner–The Postman–Refuse and Return to Sender.
Dr. H & JP Collaborate Again on Walking Tall (1973) the Original—Not That 2004 Garbage.
We take a look at Once Upon A Time In China
Mike C Comes in With Some Thoughts on Red Cliff.
Harlem Nights: Smell the Rose Not the Dung
The Black Hawk Down Experience.
The Pentagon Wars—A Dark Comedy Worthy of Watching and Worthy of Two Clips.
JPF Examines the Classic: Dazed & Confused
J.P. Reviews “The King” in Spinout (1966).
The Confessor–I can’t believe I am confessing that I watched this movie.
Dr. H & JP Collaborate Again on “Looking for Mr. Goodbar.”
Kung Fu: One of The Great T.V. Series of All Time
The Final Installment of Our Oliver Platt Tribute: Frost/Nixon
Let’s Talk About Double Indemnity (1944).
Dr. H & J.P. Collaborate On Idiocracy.
Liberty Stand Still No. 2 of 3 in the Oliver Platt Tribute
Lake Placid–Oh Oliver I am sure this looked good on paper but . . .
Guest Reviewer Dr. H Takes A Hard Look at Shutter Island.
I know what the third Oliver Platt movie tribute will be: Frost/Nixon.
Reviewer at Large Bonnie J Takes a Fresh Look at Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
Baian The Assassin–The Review.
The Divine Weapon–Not a Bad Flick
Battle of Wits a.k.a Mozi Warrior. Watch it.
Armored–Believe it or not it is actually worse than 12 Rounds.
Heavenly Mission–Hong Kong Triads, A Great Lawyer and the Bad Guys Win!
Crank Yankers–Some Dung Some Roses.
Bad Lieutenant—The Original Not That New Crap
If you really feel the need to watch some crap then 12 Rounds is for you.
This Movie is like an old friend–”Real Men” Jim Belushi and John Ritter.
Well Since We Are Discussing T.V. That Still Should Be In Production . . .
Yes-Minister & Yes-Prime Minister Are British Shows That Should Still Be In Production.
Whenever a Cuban Revolution Occurs Take Advantage of it and Make a Movie.
I Can’t Believe They Put “Miami Vice” On This Movie.
The Zero Effect–Out of the Dung Heap and Into the Rose Garden.
The Hurt Locker–Not Crap Not A Rose.
A Little Woo Goes a Long Way: Red Cliff Parts 1 & 2.