Discussion in 'The Music & Movies Forum' started by Frederick, Oct 9, 2014.
Truly one of the better Horror movies, I picked it up yesterday in Kmart for $4 still a great watch.
I’ve only seen the remake from a few years ago, have to give the original a go.
A Quiet Place. Krasinski has blossomed as an actor. Really enjoyed it but the wife thought it slightly above average, she is hard to please though.
Gone in 60 seconds
Currently watching Con Air on FTA.
Another reason why Hollywood and Nicholas Cage shouldn't make movies.
Con Air is awesome. Malkovich amd Buscemi are great. Dave Chappelle’s cameo is excellent as well.
Cameo? Pinball in a fully fleshed out character who just happens to die halfway through.
You’re right. Haven’t seen it in a while. I remember him setting old mate on fire and the ‘he told me he loved me’ line. There’s probably more gold that I’m forgetting.
“You a cop?”
“Yeah, department of erec...corrections”
Fell asleep before it finished so that says a lot.
And I'm an insomniac.
Fell asleep? How could a line-up like that put you to sleep?
We have Buff Cage complete with southern drawl, Cusack taking it seriously, Malkovich playing it insane as always, Buscemi & Chapelle, Danny Trejo! Mother f*cking Ving Rhames!
A stupid movie, sure, but how on earth did you get bored?
It's biggest mistake is
Spoiler: Possible Spoiler
getting out of the plane in the third act, and turning into a stock action movie climax with a ridiculous car chase shoot out
. I'll certainly admit that was tedious.
Monsters dark continent.....yawn
Batshit stupid movie... but still f**king awesome...
So many memorable moments...
Con Air is the greatest movie ever made. Fact.
Con Air is like the last few Fast and Furious movies. Full of ridiculously impossible scenes.
I'm just so sick and tired of seeing movies where some dude with two broken arms punches out 30 guys or takes out a battalion of heavily armed soldiers brandishing only a .22 pistol.
One day my head is going to fall off from shaking it in disbelief watching these movies.
Just saw Predators for the first time since i was in cinemas... mainly cos the new one is out later this year.
I forgot just how enjoyable it is. Combined the best elements of the first 2 films to make a very enjoyable flick.
Watched it again last night. Holds up well.
Put the bunny back in the box, Well can you say 1996/1997 was the golden age for Nicholas Cage The Rock, Con Air, some of the best actions films of all time.
Not to mention Face/Off - Cage was on fire.
I miss the days when 'actors' played action heroes rather than today's boneheads.
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