Just saw Kevin Costner and Woody Harrelson in a Netflix movie Called The Highwaymen. It follows the two ex Texas Rangers who are enlisted to track and finally kill the famous 1930's Bank robber/murdering duo Bonnie & Clyde.
REALLY! liked it. Two thumbs up. Here's the trailer.
Favorite movie of all time? That's a tough one and would be hard for me to answer as I've seen so many great movies. The first time I saw Saving Private Ryan I took my father when he was still alive and I was moved emotionally. I still consider that movie the best I have seen because of how it affected me that very first time. Spielberg's best film to date IMO.
Saving Private Ryan is an incredible movie. There are some good reasons why they were known as "The Greatest Generation". The whole country pulled together. Although less ( what's the proper word to put here? )... artistic/adult/realistic... my very favorite WW2 movie is "The Dirty Dozen". Also, anything and everything John Wayne.
Bruin - Ursus arctos - Achilles' heel of the big cats.
I just watched godzilla yesterday, it was exciting.
I just watched it today, outstanding movie, better than 2014 one imo. The 2014 Godzilla is a bit too weak and slow for my liking. This Godzilla on the other hand, is truly a God incarnate, worthy of his name and his title as King of the Monsters.
I wonder how Godzilla and king Kong would turn out. King Kong seems to be severely outmatched by Godzilla but there could be surprises.
I'm a bit afraid the we might not even get Kong v Godzilla movie. The movie does not do too well at the box office unfortunately. Unless some miracles happen, i think Legendary may drop the Monsterverse in near future...
Post by TheGreenArtos on Jun 7, 2019 4:45:42 GMT -5
I have also watched x men:Dark pheonix, it seems that Jean Grey has reached a new level. Too bad there is not enough of Emma Frost - her telepathy power exceeds that of even Charles Xaviour in X men first class.