Tag Archives: Brad Pitt
2012. 97 Minutes. Rated R.
Quote: America is not a country. It’s a business.
Killing Them Softly is another notch on Brad’s belt. Wanna know a guy with some range? Brad Pitt, that’s the guy. What can’t he do? He made me care about BASEBALL while watching Money Ball. That’s talent.
This movie cuts right to the chase. It tells a good story without wasting our time. It doesn’t invent a bunch of extra junk and drag us through boring plot devices. It’s got simple goals, and for that reason, it succeeds.
2012. 100 minutes. Rated PG.
“I am Merida, and I’ll be shooting for my own hand.”
This was my first advance screening of a film, and I had to endure giving up my cell phone, having my bag checked, and then being swept for recording devices. Even worse, I had to deal with a theater that was 70% filled with children between the ages of 3 and 8. Was it worth it? Definitely.
The Tree Of Life
I will do myself and this phenomenal success of a movie a disservice if I try to explain any real piece of it. So I am not going to. Maybe just the characters.
Quote: Father, Mother. Always you wrestle inside me. Always you will.
The acting will just knock your socks off (if you aren’t wearing any, it will put your socks on)
Quote: The Sixteenth Chapel? Who painted the other fifteen?
A great film that tells a story of lost innocence, dark secrets, and vicious retribution. Our story begins in the summer of 1966 in Hell’s Kitchen section of the west side, New York City. Not for nothing, but it opens with Frankie Vallie’s Walk Like A Man. Right from the start I was HOOKED.