R.I.P. Tim Curry, you were the best Devil
(except for maybe Peter Stormare in Constantine, that was good)
wow, I must have had a Mandela Moment there, thought he had passed away a while ago
|B. Weed |
He's not dead yet, fedex, though that stroke did take a lot out of him.
I genuinely like this movie, though I must admit the "director's cut" with the original score seems to flow better than the original US release (although the Tangerine Dream soundtrack is great in that).
I often wondered where this was filmed only to later discover that virtually the entire wilderness was built, in its entirety, for real in the famous 007 Stage (the largest soundstage ever built at the time) and that a lot of the birds and such were animals that just came in and started living there.
Back when Ridley Scott was more about visuals and ideas.
Well, he's still into both of those but unfortunately he can't write his way out of a paper bag.
Although, upon viewing this and Bladerunner, I kind of wonder if Alien was to Ridley Scott as Star Wars was to George Lucas, and he really didn't have anything in him outside of neat visuals and ideas.
|Two Jar Slave |
I'm glad we're back to liking Tom Cruise.
Two Jar Slave
I'm glad we're all back to liking Tom Cruise as a husband, father, and Academy-award nominated actor and producer.
That's Robert Picardo as the swamp hag.
Tom Cruise sees this happen every day.
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