“She’s mine for the price of a drink…”

Paul McCartney makes a fool of himself while Harrison Ford – despite being smashed out of his gourd with booze – proves he’s cooler than the man who wrote Ebony And Ivory. One more attribute to be added to his long and illustrious CV. Don’t think HF appreciates being shoulder grabbed by an Angela Lansbury doppelgänger either. Those god damned limeys!

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The Fugitive (1993 USA)

fugitivewideThere are some films which are pretty much perfect (for what they are). ‘The Fugitive’s’ beauty lies in its simplicity (not to mention the excellent performances from its two main stars). If you like thrillers, if you like tension, if you like mystery or you just like either/or Harrison Ford or Tommy Lee Jones then you’re in for a treat. In fact, if you like good films in general you really should check it out. Despite its two-hour running time, it flies by. [Read more…]

BLADE RUNNER (1982 USA)

BLADE_RUNNER_ANIM_G_BURLEYHow much has the world changed since 1982? Life seemed to make more sense. But our minds were unconsciously drifting away from reality, whilst reality slowly made its way towards the visions of this powerful film. ‘Do Androids Dream Of Electric Sheep?’, written by Phillip K Dick, was adapted to the screen by English director Ridley Scott into ‘Blade Runner’. [Read more…]

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