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I know that there are alot of Summer Glau fans out there. But i gotta say, Inara is not only the untouchable beauty of Firefly, but i would even put Kaylee second. She is just so upbeat and bubbly! Personality goes a long way for me, when it comes to what is sexy.
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brianandmichelle posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: over 5 years ago

Hudson Hawk


Directed by: Michael Lehmann
Written by: Steven E. de Souza, Daniel Waters
Cast: Bruce Willis, Danny Aiello, Andie MacDowell, James Coburn
Studio: TriStar
Genre: Action, Comedy
Official Site:
Plot: Bruno gets too big for his britches and Hollywood lets him know it.


By the time the 90′s started, Bruce Willis’ career was about to explode! But, not before a two year period of “swelled head syndrome” came close to destroying it for him forever, with the likes of Look Who’s Talking Too, Bonfire of the Vanities and his most infamous box office misfire Hudson Hawk...[more]...

timmyd at 07:32 PM Aug 06

I went out with a girl who watched this at least once a week . It's kinda grown on me .

brianandmichelle at 07:04 PM Aug 08

Atta boy timmy!

I think Bunnys got today's ball-balls.

jekupka at 09:08 PM Aug 08

@Timmy - Sounds like a keeper, what happened?! lol

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brianandmichelle posted a BLOG item over 5 years ago

The Punisher (1989) - Review


There will always be debates when it comes to Marvel's biggest bad ass vigilante Frank Castle, aka The Punisher. #1 on that list will be "Why can't they translate him to film?" But second will always be "Which of the bad versions is the best?"

The first attempt was brought from the sewers of New York way back in 1989 by director Mark Goldblatt. (Who's only other feature before or since has been Dead Heat with Treat Williams and Joe Piscippo.) Many fans are quick to dismiss this attempt mostly due to the fact of it's low budget and missed box office appearance. But the truth is that it is not only worthy of mention in regards to the later "reboots", but in my opinion is actually the best.

Now, first let me assure you that I am not saying that this film is great. Rather, I am only stating just how bad all three are and this stinks the least.

First, lets start with The Punisher himself. In regards to the demeanor of the character, I would have to say that Dolph Lundgren's portrayal fits somewhere between Stevenson in Warzone as best and Jane as worst. All three bring a nice touch of their own and one is not head and shoulders above the others. But, Lundgren broods the best of the three actors and the script for his film allows him just the right amount of dialogue with minimal cheese and a couple of bad ass lines to boot.

The supporting cast is not very good, but then again anyone who tells you that this isn't the case with the other installments is highly biased. The one shining piece is definitly Louis Gossett Jr. as Castle's ex partner. Gossett plays his part like he is totally unaware that this movie will be anything less than a box office smash.

The action although poorly shot is actually the best of all three movies. There are shoot outs, car chases and hand to hand battles throughout the entire feature and this is where I believe this one rises above the other two. The action never plays second wheel to the story at any point, like it does in Warzone. As for Thomas Jane's film, other than the first half hour which was great, the rest of the film felt more like an episode of The A-Team than The Punisher.

Goldblatt was never given another movie after this for a reason. The work in this film is not awful, it is just... well, nothing really. There is nothing to identify this movie with his signature. It's all shot very by the book and he certainly cannot direct an actor. Although I think that the dark and grainy look of the picture actually help the feel of The Punisher, something tells me that it wasn't done so much on purpose, but due to lack of experience and knowledge of the craft.

Another high point that helps raise this one above the other installments is Dennis Dreith's score. The 2004 score by Carlo Siliotto isn't bad, it just doesn't fit the intensity that a Punisher film should have and to be honest Warzone is just so bad in every way that I must have forgotten to listen for that soundtrack all together. I actually have the 89' score on my ipod and I assure you that if you listened to it, you would not even have a sense that this came from some "low budget comic book film". There is even a catchy theme that plays throughout the running of the movie. Something that seems all but forgotten by many composers these days.

The Punisher deserves a fair viewing by comic and action fans before it is so casually discarded. It is a fun hour and a half that I have ventured into on several occasions over the years. Give it an honest try with an open mind sometime.

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brianandmichelle at 11:26 AM Aug 04

But, there was never meant to be a sense of "comedy" when they were included in the comic, which is how they chose to portray them in the movie to make the entire audiance either laugh like many did, or groan like my brother and I did. Including exact moments from the source material in the film wasn't what mattered to me, it was how they completely missed the "feel" of them. I guess it's all how we each picture "faithful".

Terminal_83 at 01:30 PM Aug 04

I don't know, I loved both scenes. I view Lundgren's The Punisher as a Punisher, but not THE punisher the same way Halle Berry's Catwoman is about A catwoman but not THE catwoman.

brianandmichelle at 04:31 PM Aug 04

Strangely enough, that makes sense. LOL!

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brianandmichelle created a LIST: over 5 years ago

The Genius That Is John Carpenter (Soundtrack Edition)

1. The Fog
2. Prince of Darkness
3. Escape From New York
4. Village of the Damned
5. In the Mouth of Madness
6. They Live
7. Ghosts of Mars
8. Big Trouble in Little China
9. Halloween
10. Vampires
Cochise at 11:09 PM Aug 02

^ what! Did not know that, have to look that up

Dr.Frankenstein at 11:08 AM Aug 04

I've had since 1982 both on album and CD, my favorite Carpenter soundtrack = "Halloween III" w/ John and Alan Howarth on synths. Gr8 Halloween time music. (or anytime actually.)

brianandmichelle at 12:56 PM Aug 04

@ Dr. Frank - I have actually never seen part III because of warnings from several friends. I will have to pull up the score on youtube sometime.

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brianandmichelle created a LIST: over 5 years ago

The Genius That Is John Carpenter

1. The Thing (A+)
2. They Live (A)
3. Halloween (A)
4. Escape From New York (A-)
5. The Fog (B+)
6. In The Mouth Of Madness (B+)
7. Cigarette Burns (B)
8. Assualt On Precinct 13 (B)
9. Escape From L.A. (B-)
10. Starman (B-)
11. Honorable Mention: Village Of The Damned, just because it has Luke Skywalker and Superman in it.
sLaShEr84 at 05:53 PM Aug 01

Yeah good list of movies.

horrorfan23 at 07:36 PM Aug 01

#11: Trippy casting once you think about it.

YoshioKun13 at 03:08 AM Aug 02

^ That would include the Joker too.

brianandmichelle posted an IMAGE item: over 5 years ago
The "rogue agent" feel and identity gun from Skyfall are giving me a Licence To Kill vibe. Which is good, since it is my favorite Bond film.

Psycho-Pirate-99 at 12:48 PM Jul 31

Licence to Kill is the shit

JakeLikesMovies at 07:08 PM Jul 31

Great Bond, great flick.

Dr.Frankenstein at 11:08 AM Aug 04

Still have the 1989 One Sheet - was a solid Bond film!

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brianandmichelle posted an IMAGE item: over 5 years ago
My favorite princess, drawn by my favorite comic artist

brianandmichelle posted an IMAGE item: over 5 years ago

Weapon X
Weapon X at 06:39 PM Jul 30

Love them comic book curves.

brianandmichelle posted an IMAGE item: over 5 years ago

brianandmichelle posted an IMAGE item: over 5 years ago

Psycho-Pirate-99 at 11:44 AM Jul 30


brianandmichelle created a LIST: over 5 years ago

Cop Land's Bad Asses And Their Most "Bad Ass" Role

1. Sylvester Stallone (John Rambo - The Rambo Series)
2. Robert De Niro (Max Cadey - Cape Fear)
3. Ray Liotta (Robbins - No Escape)
4. Harvey Keitel (Mr. White - Reservoir Dogs)
5. Robert Patrick (T-1000 - T2)
6. Peter Berg (Wedner - Collateral)
7. John Spencer (Oliver - Black Rain)
8. Frank Vincent (Phil Leotardo - Tha Sapranos)
Cochise at 02:08 PM Jul 29

just a ridic cast

sLaShEr84 at 05:33 PM Jul 29

Yeah great cast.

brianandmichelle posted an IMAGE item: over 5 years ago
Just finished watching this for the hundredth time. Still my favorite of Spielberg's "alien" films!

xwing16 at 09:51 PM Jul 28

For sure. So good!

Dr.Frankenstein at 11:09 AM Aug 04

Love it!

brianandmichelle posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: over 5 years ago

The Fifth Element


Directed by: Luc Besson
Written by: Luc Besson
Cast: Bruce Willis, Gary Oldman, Ian Holm, Milla Jovovich, Chris Tucker, Luke Perry
Studio: Columbia Pictures
Genre: Sci-Fi
Official Site:
Plot: Bruce Willis drives a cab, Milla Jovovich has never looked hotter and Chris Tucker has never been more annoying.


Luc Besson is personally responsible for one of the biggest most misunderstood action/sci-fi hits of all time. The writer/producer/director mogul has had what many would consider a seesaw career. He has played his parts in lows the likes of Banditas and Arthur and the Invisibles and highs such as Leon: The Professional and most recently Taken. But, the film that he will possibly always be most notorious for is 1997’s The Fifth Element...[more]...


Other reviews of this film: tbondrage99 (9/10) , Psycho-Pirate-99 (8/10) > Display all
dstoudt80 at 05:46 AM Jul 27

I actually haven't seen this since I was in high school. Might be time to revisit it. Nice review.

sLaShEr84 at 06:27 AM Jul 27

Great scifi flick.

Cochise at 01:54 PM Jul 27

LOVE this movie man! nice writeup, agree with a lot of your points -- just so much damn fun!

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brianandmichelle posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: over 5 years ago



Directed by: Sylvester Stallone
Written by: Sylvester Stallone
Cast: Sylvester Stallone, Julie Benz, Matthew Marsden
Studio: Lionsgate
Genre: Action, Adventure
Official Site:
Plot: John J is really getting sick of bullies.


It's no secret that the character of John Rambo is one of, if not the most iconic of action heroes. So you may ask yourself why in the world would Sylvester Stallone, the man that made him famous over 30 years ago (my god) take such a risk as to try and make him relevant again after a 20 year absence from pop culture. The answer is simple. Because he is the one and only Sylvester Stallone and even if it turned out awful, we would have still loved him anyway...[more]...

Other reviews of this film: The Arrow (10/10) , DaFuNk44 (6/10) > Display all
Cochise at 05:54 PM Jul 23

I'll probably get attacked for this one but I always saw this as the better version of Rambo 2. I mean yes First Blood Part II came out first and all that but I thought this movie did a lot of the things that movie did, but better and same thing with Rambo III which is why I don't really like Rambo 2 all that much personally. Anyway, nice review man!

MonsterZeroNJ at 06:16 PM Jul 23

^ actually, Cochise, I think you've got a point. To me, this is the best of the Rambo sequels.

brianandmichelle at 06:38 PM Jul 23

I think it's a matter of which Rambo you prefer. For many years people have prefered "action" Rambo, therefore there is alot of love for part II. But I agree with you guys. First Blood will always be the best for me because it is an action story within something else, that II & III were lacking imo. This one goes back to more of that feel and it is my second favorite of the series too.

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brianandmichelle posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: over 5 years ago

Back to the Future


Directed by: Robert Zemeckis
Written by: Robert Zemeckis, Bob Gale
Cast: Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, Crispin Glover
Studio: Universal
Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Science-Fiction
Official Site:
Plot: One of the greatest films EVER!


In 1985 we were privileged to receive not only one of the greatest films in history, but what would become the beginning of one of the greatest movie trilogies in cinema history...[more]...

Other reviews of this film: rockyjr (10/10) , wallcrawler383 (10/10) > Display all
Righteous_faustus at 04:56 PM Jul 23

great review. This will always be my favorite and a personal comfort movie. The scene in the gym where Earth Angel is playing always gets me. infinite X------->

brianandmichelle posted a MOVIE REVIEW item: over 5 years ago

Back to the Future Part II


Directed by: Robert Zemeckis
Written by: Bob Gale
Cast: Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd, Lea Thompson, Thomas F. Wilson
Studio: Universal
Genre: Sci-Fi, Adventure
Official Site:
Plot: Back to the Future... in the future


“Roads? Where we’re going, we don’t need roads.”...[more]...

Other reviews of this film: wallcrawler383 (10/10) , tbondrage99 (8/10) > Display all
Cochise at 04:50 PM Jul 23

this one was always my favourite, loved all the crazy sci-fi stuff. Great review

Dr.Frankenstein at 11:09 AM Aug 04

Fave of the 3.

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