Absolutely bloody classic.
Less artificial than his more recent work, some cute dialogue and
provocative exchanges. Another recommendation from Pete R.
An old Kubrick. I distinctly remember seeing this one before, but don't
recall when or where. It captures beautifully the glamorous halcyon New York
City of the 50s.
Hadn't seen this since '99 or so, when I watched it at Dave's behest in
Canberra. I'll have to see which else of Bruce Bereford
's efforts are
What do you do when you make a crap sequel? Remake the original, that's
what. Pretty bad.
Directed by the guy who did Fight Club.
A De Niro / Pacino headed all-star crime flick. Better than I remembered and
a soundtrack that captures the mid-90s to boot. It includes the magical
Always Forever Now by the Passengers (U2 and
Brian Eno), and various other Eno efforts.
Cute. I like his contrivances.
A short I couldn't find the point in.
Not bad. Malcom McDowell is decent.
In the Osmosis
, ground floor of the hostel in Glasgow.
and first-year friend at the Filmhouse
A nice gig, as far as I recall: I remember him playing The Ship Song more-or-less solo, on the piano. I
took a RyanAir flight to Glasgow from Gothenburg. Met up with Andy in
the following days in Edinburgh. Certainly a decent mental-health
Great soundtrack by Peter Gabriel
and some Indian musicians.