Saw it in theaters for its 30th anniversary, honestly one of the best experiences I’ve had in a theater ever. It’s so much more fitting to see a classic film on such a bigger screen, especially here where Anthony Hopkins scares the shit out of you on a larger-than-life scale.
Nothing beats a well-made mob film- especially one that I haven’t seen yet. My favorite genre, this is like a new gem. Gotti (1996) is a deep cut among mob films, and a friggin’ good one too.
I’ve never heard of the actor who played John in this film, but I must say- he’s got some pretty captivating moments. His name’s Armand Asante, and apparently this is (and probably will be) his biggest role. And you also have like half…
Knowing that this is the final film Stanley Kubrick directed is stranger than fiction.
For two and a half hours, I watched Eyes Wide Shut. Some call this sick and depraved, but let me tell you- this film was absolutely beautiful in every way the word can be interpreted.
The film looks beautiful. The film is made beautifully. And the scenes that are unsettling (and there are quite a few of them in here) are beautifully horrifying. That’s Eyes Wide…