- Starcrash (for the umpteenth time)
- Kiss me Monster - incomprehensible piece of spy caper stuff from Jesus Franco that makes even less sense than I remember.
- Six Days and Seven Nights - Anne Hesche plays a heterosexual, Harrison Ford plays old, David Schwimmer plays the same twat he played in Friends - and it's crap. Anne Hesche does have nice tits though.
- Fatal Deception: Mrs Lee Harvey Oswald - Helena Bonham Carter
in a TV movie which felt a lot longer than its 87 minute run time. Some
nice location work, nice costume, and set dressing but let down by a
script that clanked along but ultimately went nowhere.
- Wild at heart - not one of Mr Lynch's better films.
- Confidential Report -
- Orlando (1992) - shared with Number One daughter - who now wants a copy.
- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt. 1 - only one more to
go (huzzah!) and I'm pretty sure Dobby isn't coming back for it
(double huzzah with sprinkles!). Christ! I was bored.
- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Pt. 2 - ditto
- Elvira Mistress of the Dark - NORKS!
- The Two Towers - Which I enjoyed a lot more than number one .
- The Fifth Element - again.
- Lockout (2012) - overlong (it was 95 minutes and felt like
two hours) violent piece of action shit which proved, yet again, that
all futuristic prison movies are crap. As a measure of the overwhelming
stupidity of the script I offer in evidence the fact that our heroes
bosses', safe on-board an orbiting police station and closely monitoring
the situation, only notice the gigantic orbiting space prison has
deviated from its usual orbit and is plunging towards the earth after it
has collided with, and totalled, the International Space Station....
Later the hero and heroine jump out of the plummeting space prison
(wearing space suits) and start to fall to earth faster than it is
falling. (Huh? I'm really not sure how that works but the script writers
obviously couldn't think of another way to get our protagonists out of
the way of the cataclysmic explosion about to occur - the usual bomb
with a digital display timer on the outside - YAWN!). After entering
the atmosphere (and not burning to a frazzle) our heroes discard their
suits - a matter of snapping a couple of toggles and off it pops (death
by accidental space suit toggle snappage while in a vacuum must be
pretty common in this operation if they all come off that easily) and,
as a cherry on the stupidity trifle, they parachute to the ground. All
space suits come with internal parachutes apparently. Just in case.
- Brokeback Mountain -
- Car Wash (1976) - I like Car Wash. One of those cracking little films that just cheers me up.
Abandoned in July: The Idiots
after twenty minutes. Lars von Trier does the Dogma thing (the cinematic version of finger-painting) and it's shit.