Happy New Year :)
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Happy New Year :)
Same here I know not of her so I will also go with Angie.
Burt Lancasterfor the men. He is one of my favourite actors, his performances in Seperate Tables (1958), Sweet Smell of Success (1957)...
Cushing and Andrews.
Jack Palance lol what a legend.
Well Monroe is one of the worst actresses ever so easily Elizabeth Taylor. A superb actress - Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958), A Place in the Sun (1951), The V.I.P's...
Kirk Douglas is one of the greatest actors ever. Lust for Life (1956), The Bad and the Beautiful (1952), Detective Story (1951) and Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (1957) are some of his best...
Funnily enough I watched On the Beach (1959) a couple of days ago. Good film. Gregory Peck is mint, Gentlemen's Agreement (1947), To Kill a Mockingbird (1962), Cape Fear (1962) etc etc are all...
Jimmy Stewart is my favourite actor of all time so my vote goes to him. Saying Glenn Ford is good but he cannot hope to compare to the man that gave us the performances in Rope (1947), Broken Arrow...
Marvin has slighlty more range, but Eastwood is just cool as ice. I love most of the films I have seen him in/directed, so, Eastwood all the way. Where Eagles Dare (1968) is an absolute non-Western...
Ackbar. Although Smits is pretty cool.
Well seeing as how I would say John Wayne is one of the worst actors ever I will vote gor Greene. O'Hara for the actresses.
I don't have one. These four though are the best films I have ever seen:
Singin' in the Rain - 1952
The Bad and the Beautiful - 1952
Sunset Blvd - 1950
The Magic Box - 1952
However to have a...
A year would help.
Luckily the showed it at my local cinema. Never watched them any of the trilogy on the big screen so I was happy to catch the first one now. Yeah it looked mint but the Special Effects were more...
I can't wait for the third film. I loved the first two, the forest fight in the second film was amazing. Will go to the first showing my cinema has. Can't wait :hmeek:
Happy Birthday indeed. The man was a legend.
2) Neil Morse - Transatlantic
3) Mike Patton - Faith No More
4) Freddie Mercury - Queen
5) Andy Bell - Erasure
The book arrived today, had a chance to flick through it and it looks mint. Highly detailed, easy to read and it's great to get your reviews of the episodes (although I was surprised...
Pretty cool. Although I have never been much for the exaggerated 'oval' headed Spidey.
Aside from the moral I hated it, Zagraz really annoyed me and it was just a really weak story IMO.
Okay, now while I have always liked Sci-Fi (big fan of Star Wars) I only recently started to watch the 50's Sci-Fi films and wow did I watch some classics. So with this in mind I was wondering what...
LOL they are the two I'm not much for either.
I concur with Busta on that one also. The Starchild is the worst ep of season 1 along with the Cosmic Comet.
Hey there. I just watched Toy Story on Blu-ray and I was thinking...hm is this their best film? It's hard to say, I think for me it is either that or Finding Nemo, but pretty much every feature they...
:sklol: That's just wrong.
Proably Avatar I would say (very over-rated film).
Star Wars did it the best but it's not the best one.
A very good Sci-Fi film, Oldman rocks in it (like everything else) but when compared to Forbidden Planet, The Fly (1958), Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1956), The Thing (1982) and Blade Runner it...
Just ordered mine :D
So I was working at a frozen food store from November last year and I got transferred to one that is closer to where I live. My first day was today; I met everyone and from 9.00am I was putting...
Erm I think I have always been this way. I suffer from palpatations though and I believe it helps to sleep with my head slightly propped up.