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Scoob (2020)
Was supposed to be the IMAX title this week
Probobly would not had seen it in a theatre but am glad I saw it
it's getting ripped by critics...you're the first positive review I've seen...apparently the original voice actor for Fred is playing Scooby in the new movie
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Cape Fear (1962) 2200 ET AKA (10:00PM) 15 May on TCM


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Hunter Killer

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Was expecting a basic submarine flick. Pleasantly surprised by the story angle. Enjoyed!
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I gave it ★★★★ on Netflix
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Cape Fear (1962)
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Director: J. Lee Thompson Writers: John D. MacDonald (novel), James R. Webb (screenplay) Score: Bernard Herrmann Stars: Gregory Peck, Robert Mitchum, Polly Bergen ,Lori Martin

Small-town lawyer Sam Bowden's (Peck) life becomes torturous when Max Cady (Mitchum) re-enters his life. Cady went to jail for 8 years after Bowden testified that Cady attacked a young woman. Now that Cady has been released, he begins to terrorize Bowden and his family. Cady uses his newfound knowledge of the law (learned in prison) to stalk the Bowdens.



The making of Cape Fear was put into motion by Gregory Peck, who also acted as producer through his motion picture company, Melville Productions. Cape Fear's origin was pulp ; the touchstone of film noir screenplays. Peck assigned himself the role of Sam Bowden and handed Cady's reigns over to drinking partner Robert Mitchum.



Peck looked no further than his last director, J. Lee Thompson who had earned himself an Academy Award nomination with The Guns of Navarone. Cape Fear would be Thompson's sole expedition into noir territory, but he was enthusiastic about conveying the film's sense of threat and carnal undertones.

Mitchum plays the villain with the cheekiest, wickedest arrogance and the most relentless aura of sadism that he has ever managed to generate. Mr. Peck is taut and tenacious, Polly Bergen is jittery as his wife and Lori Martin does some admirable racing through a couple of real displays of screaming terror as the child.



Director of Photography Samuel Leavitt elevates Cape Fear from thriller to noir with his careful attention to shadows and light.

Draw a line in the sand, because the debate for Mitchum's best villainous role is about to begin. Mitchum's accolades for his work in Charles Laughton's delirious The Night of the Hunter are deserved, but his character is not as authentically depraved as Max Cady. In 'Cape Fear' Mitchum is just plain terrifying , he plays it straight, as a brutally ice-cold psycho, and his scenes in the swamp linger in the memory.

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Bloodshot on UHD (blind buy)
As often is the case with this kind of movie I lost interest about halfway through
The red scenes look amazing
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El Coyote (Prime Video stream)

When an ex-mobster's son is captured, the Italian mob descends on the Mexico border, to take on the most powerful cartel in America. (1h 32min., 2020)

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Rise of the Foot Soldier (Prime Video stream) based on a true story.

Follow the rise of Carlton Leach from one of the most feared generals of the football terraces to leader of a notorious gang of criminals who rampaged their way through London and Essex during the late eighties and early nineties. (1h 59min., 2008)

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The Great Escape II: The Untold Story (Prime Video stream)

A former POW leads a special task force to hunt down the culprits responsible for carrying out the orders to murder 50 of the 76 escapees from Stalag Luft III. The film features the exploits of Major Johnnie Dodge (Christopher Reeve), an American-born British Army officer and follows his journey to freedom after the escape. This sequel to the 1963 Original is Based on a true story. (Part 1 94mins., and Part 2 92mins., 1988)

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I saw this a few years ago - thought it would be a goofy MMA movie - had some depth - SAE it again this weekend because we now are huge Tom Hardy fans and wanted to see him in this.










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Cape Fear (1962)
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Director: J. Lee Thompson Writers: John D. MacDonald (novel), James R. Webb (screenplay) Score: Bernard Herrmann Stars: Gregory Peck, Robert Mitchum, Polly Bergen ,Lori Martin

Small-town lawyer Sam Bowden's (Peck) life becomes torturous when Max Cady (Mitchum) re-enters his life. Cady went to jail for 8 years after Bowden testified that Cady attacked a young woman. Now that Cady has been released, he begins to terrorize Bowden and his family. Cady uses his newfound knowledge of the law (learned in prison) to stalk the Bowdens.



The making of Cape Fear was put into motion by Gregory Peck, who also acted as producer through his motion picture company, Melville Productions. Cape Fear's origin was pulp ; the touchstone of film noir screenplays. Peck assigned himself the role of Sam Bowden and handed Cady's reigns over to drinking partner Robert Mitchum.



Peck looked no further than his last director, J. Lee Thompson who had earned himself an Academy Award nomination with The Guns of Navarone. Cape Fear would be Thompson's sole expedition into noir territory, but he was enthusiastic about conveying the film's sense of threat and carnal undertones.

Mitchum plays the villain with the cheekiest, wickedest arrogance and the most relentless aura of sadism that he has ever managed to generate. Mr. Peck is taut and tenacious, Polly Bergen is jittery as his wife and Lori Martin does some admirable racing through a couple of real displays of screaming terror as the child.



Director of Photography Samuel Leavitt elevates Cape Fear from thriller to noir with his careful attention to shadows and light.

Draw a line in the sand, because the debate for Mitchum's best villainous role is about to begin. Mitchum's accolades for his work in Charles Laughton's delirious The Night of the Hunter are deserved, but his character is not as authentically depraved as Max Cady. In 'Cape Fear' Mitchum is just plain terrifying , he plays it straight, as a brutally ice-cold psycho, and his scenes in the swamp linger in the memory.

Cape Fear is ageless; still unapologetic, still chilling, still raising relevant questions. Watch this one at night with the lights turned low and raise the volume for Bernard Herrmann's disconcerting hymn to depravity. 9/10

Thanks C-Head and Rob for the Cape Fear (1962) mentions. I have the BD, and it's due for another view.

Though I enjoy Scorsese's 1991 remake with De Niro, I find the '62 more believable with that era.

1991 was less subtle, over-the-top, if you will. This Max Cady would've been shut down early. Nolte's Sam Bowden had to be weaker for it to play out.

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Classic, hard-to-find Sam Fuller pic is intriguing noir about two detective partners, one Caucasian and one Japanese, who try to solve a complicated murder case. Unfortunately, trouble arises when along the way, both of them fall in love with the key witness!



Sam Fuller directed "The Crimson Kimono," starring Glenn Corbett, James Shigeta, Victoria Shaw and Anna Lee, and this 1959 film is not your usual detective noir.

The cinematography and editing was odd in a few spots, the story was so-so , and the script wasn't half bad. But the real gold of this movie was the cast. The chemistry between everyone, and quality of acting, even among the supporting characters, was fantastic. Victoria Shaw is beautiful as Chris, the love interest of both men.



For a film noir, it's good. For the historical contents, it holds a small importance for being One possible candidate for the first major Hollywood studio film in which actors of two different races, playing characters of two different races, share a romantic kiss on the lips .

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ALL ABOUT EVE

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Put this one in my Netflix queue on 4/20 thanks to RobKnapp. Arrived today.

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Errementari (2017)
TV-MA | 1h 38min | Fantasy, Horror



A quiet village is thrown into turmoil upon disturbing a reclusive and feared blacksmith rumored to be in league with the devil.
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Seberg

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I had never heard or her. Being a Kristin Stewart fan, I gave it a view. Not to bad.
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As two couples are visiting Niagara Falls, tensions between one wife and her husband reach the level of murder.

Director: Henry Hathaway Writers: Charles Brackett, Walter Reisch Stars: Marilyn Monroe, Joseph Cotten, Jean Peters

In the '50s, drama meant melodrama, and there's plenty of good melodrama in "Niagara," a masterful bit of film noir suspense. It's directed by Henry Hathaway, better known for his Westerns. But Hathaway was no stranger to film noir.

"Niagara" was released in 1953, the same year that star Marilyn Monroe appeared nude in Playboy as the magazine's very first Playmate of the Month. Twentieth Century Fox made sure that her sensuality was played up in this drama, but Monroe also does a credible job as a femme fatale. Even as she's fooling Canadian police into thinking she's as shocked as anybody that an accident may have have befallen her husband (Joseph Cotten), she's convincing viewers that she can play a dangerous blonde as well as she can a dumb one. She looks absolutely marvelous. Her acting is superb!



Then you add Joseph Cotten and Jean Peters. They both do some really essential work here. And surprisingly, Jean Peters holds her own in scenes with Monroe, with the good girl/bad girl balance adding additional interest. Jean Peters was no slouch in the looks Department.





The Falls themselves are an ever-present backdrop, and as memorable (and integral to the plotting) as Mount Rushmore was in "North by Northwest." It's not as taut as that Hitchcock entry, but "Niagara" is a respectable and engaging film noir ,thriller that offers several stylish suspenseful sequences.

"Niagara" is quite a departure for Monroe, who proved she was up to the task of playing a femme fatale. As '50s film-noir, thrillers go, it's well above average.

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The Falls themselves are an ever-present backdrop, and as memorable (and integral to the plotting) as Mount Rushmore was in "North by Northwest." It's not as taut as that Hitchcock entry, but "Niagara" is a respectable and engaging film noir ,thriller that offers several stylish suspenseful sequences.

"Niagara" is quite a departure for Monroe, who proved she was up to the task of playing a femme fatale. As '50s film-noir, thrillers go, it's well above average.
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I saw this a few years ago - thought it would be a goofy MMA movie - had some depth - SAE it again this weekend because we now are huge Tom Hardy fans and wanted to see him in this.










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I liked this movie a lot...well constructed thriller...very crisp looking transfer as well...hopefully a sequel gets made...

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