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I wish the Al Pacino in the coffee scene with DeNiro was in the rest of this movie too Movies with three villains or more? People took issue with its thin plot ... Anyone else think her best work is still in "The Cake Eaters"? When he hikes back to the Fortress of Solitude after being beaten up by the truck driver and finds the glowing green crystal .... Amazing at playing bad guys Movies with a late night ambiance? Hard to believe Roger Moore was pushing 50 in this. The Penguin going up the stairs in his duck buggy is one of the funniest things ever How refreshing for a movie like this not to take itself very seriously View all posts >


I was really looking forward to seeing Idris Elba as 007. Oh well. Sad ending. American Graffiti Her detractors need to see it. Especially if the only thing they know her from is The Twilight franchise (which is far from her best work). I though it was funnier than similar raunchy fare like "Animal House" (which I didn't find funny at all). The stuff with Carl and the gopher was probably as humorous as the movie got. One of my favs. "Be careful what you wish for" was definitely a TZ sub genre. "Something to Tide You Over" and "They're Creeping Up on You," in particular, would have made fantastic episodes of TZ. They both have that "just deserts" feel classic episodes of TZ like "The Masks" embodied. "Dead of Night," a British anthology film from 1945, inspired many TZ episodes including "Twenty-Two," "Shadow Play" and "The Dummy." "10 Cloverfield Lane," "The Swimmer," "Triangle," "Identity," "Angel Heart," "Carnival of Souls," "Cube," "Jacob's Ladder," "Yesterday," "Enemy," "The Double," "The Others," "It Comes at Night," "Vanilla Sky," "The Astronaut's Wife," "Journey to the Far Side of the Sun" and "Secret Window," among many others, all have a TZ-feel. Agreed. Dark City View all replies >