I love Rear Window. It is my favorite Hitchcock film; it is a masterpiece. James Stewart is also one of my favorite actors.minasoliman said:Whenever I get the chance, I go down to the next movie on the IMDB top 250 list. Next in the list is "Rear Window" (1954).
I saw it over the weekend, and I like it. I also like the book of Eli. It seemed strange and some what out of place in our now extreme secular culture.....but I liked it.Papist said:
My youner brother told me that the Book of Eli was great, so I am gonna give it a shot.jnorm888 said:I saw it over the weekend, and I like it. I also like the book of Eli. It seemed strange and some what out of place in our now extreme secular culture.....but I liked it.Papist said:
oh man...that was a good movie. And the most hilarious scene, I must say, was when Holmes needed to be released free from the bed.Papist said:
Hitchcock did some gr8 stuff. And Grace Kelly is wonderful in this film.minasoliman said:Whenever I get the chance, I go down to the next movie on the IMDB top 250 list. Next in the list is "Rear Window" (1954).
I'm the opposite. I'll see anything with George Clooney in it and will no doubt see this soon (assuming it stays in the theaters until I find the time to go!).Gebre Menfes Kidus said:I just went and saw "Up In The Air." A very good movie. I usually avoid anything with George Clooney, but the reviews were good and it seemed like an intriguing story line. I was not disappointed. This movie is not for fans of action, special effects, etc. But if you like good human interest drama, this one is worth seeing.
(Do be aware that there is some profanity and brief nudity.)
Yes, its excellent. The Russian monk in the film is a portrayal of the Holy Fool for Christ.Papist said:Has anyone seen a movie called The Island? Its about a Russian Orthodox Monk.
My friend, who is the youth minister at my parish, wants me to watch it.Andrew21091 said:
Having read Robert Massie's book, on which the movies is very loosely based, and having a devotion to the Royal Martyrs, I was not impressed with the movie. Especially the part at the end where one of the Grand Duchesses is so upset that she will die a virgin that she feels the need to disrobe for one of the soldiers, albeit briefly. It is a very Hollywood-ized telling of their saintly lives, and not good for inducing piety.Andrew21091 said:One of the next movies I should be getting from Netflix is a film called Nicholas and Alexandra which tells the story of the Tsar and his wife. Has anyone seen this? Thoughts?