A serious film about drugs, Crisis is a spectacle of intensity and moral values told through three storylines led individually by its three stars: Gary Oldman, Armie Hammer, and Evangeline Lilly.
• LIKE on Facebook • FOLLOW on Twitter • FOLLOW on Instagram • SUBSCRIBE on YouTube • BUY ME A COFFEE on Ko-Fi (spoiler free) Despite what the title suggests, this isn’t a Van Halen biopic starring Nicolas Cage as David Lee Roth. Instead, it’s about drugs. Opening with a series of almost juxtaposing images,... Continue Reading →
• LIKE on Facebook • FOLLOW on Twitter • FOLLOW on Instagram • SUBSCRIBE on YouTube • BUY ME A COFFEE on Ko-Fi At the age of 88, four-time Oscar winner Clint Eastwood makes his on screen return in crime drama The Mule, inspired by a New York Times article. Replacing the .44 Magnum (“the... Continue Reading →
• LIKE on Facebook • FOLLOW on Twitter • FOLLOW on Instagram • SUBSCRIBE on YouTube • BUY ME A COFFEE on Ko-Fi From Easy Rider to the Scarface remake, from Nil by Mouth to Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, and from any Cheech & Chong film to The Wolf of Wall Street, drugs... Continue Reading →
Portrayed by William Forsythe in Steven Seagal’s fourth film, Out for Justice (Flynn, 1991), Richie Madano is a drug-fuelled homicidal thug. Richie brutally shoots and murders Bobby Lupo in front of his family – Lupo is the long-time friend and police partner of Steven Seagal’s character, Gino Felino – this murder establishes the film’s central theme (and... Continue Reading →
Bond, James Bond...obviously. Good evening and welcome to the thirteenth Shot at 60 post, with this one focusing on Bond films. Of course, the usual applies (three from the 70s, two from the 80s, two from the 90s, and two from the 00s). Enjoy! Diamonds Are Forever (1971) United Artists / Dir: Guy Hamilton / Prod: Saltzman... Continue Reading →
Merry Christmas, folks. As it's Christmas, I feel the need to do a Shot at 60 on Christmas movies. For your information: As only a couple of Christmas movies were released theatrically in the 1970s, I've used three 1980s and three 1990s Christmas movies instead of usually having two. Enjoy! Scrooge (1970) National General Pictures / Dir:... Continue Reading →