'Unlawful Entry' 'Untouchables (The)' - in spite of the ridiculously 'artistic' licence used in the movie. 'U.S. Marshals'
However, my choice is still sorely missed even today and this movie highlights just why he left such a huge hole in the world silver screen comedy, a hole that still hasn't been anywhere near filled in my opinion.
Gone, but never forgotten - The late, great & utterly brilliant John Candy in 'Uncle Buck' steamrollers this one for me.
Post by hatter_in_macc on Sept 18, 2016 22:25:58 GMT
With you all the way, Sandy and Eppers, on The Usual Suspects.
It is such a fantastic film by virtue of an apparently simple plot that ends up blowing the audience's mind with its complexity. And Spacey - as you say, Sandy - turns in an utterly brilliant performance.
Post by another_ruined_saturday on Sept 19, 2016 18:25:57 GMT
united 93 is sobering the underworld series is kate beckinsale in pvc, which makes something really stupid quite watchable. untouchables because i like david mamet's chatter
but like the majority, 'the usual suspects'. i mean, come on: spacey, postlethwaite, del toro, that perfectly handled reveal at the end, but mostly because the ID parade scene is hilarious, more so because the rest of the crew laughing as del toro's character mangled his phrases wasn't scripted - they just thought his delivery was really funny!