mikhail wrote: »
She was 17 in those nude scenes. Most film boards seem to have talked themselves out of banning it, but it was a close-run thing.
Del.Monte wrote: »
At least 18 possibly 19 as she was born 20th December 1952.
The Raging Bile Duct wrote: »
The Dry with Eric Bana is a great little Aussie thriller. Bana plays Aaron Falk, a federal agent who returns to the hometown he left abruptly as a teenager to attend the funeral of his childhood friend, Luke, who is apparently responsible for a murder suicide. Although intending to leave as quickly as possible, Falk is persuaded by Luke's parents to look at the case to try and clear their son's name. While investigating with the local cop, Falk starts to believe the case isn't as clear cut as many believe and that the case might have a connection to the death of one of their friends 13 years before. The films switches between the present and the past leading up to the tragic death of Aaron's friend. The flashbacks to a summer in his adolescence playing in the river with his friends highlights the devastation caused to the community by the drought it is now suffering and Falk's return acts as a tinderbox reigniting old tensions. Well worth a watch.
JonasBlane wrote: »
Really Enjoyed Banshee one of my all time fav series
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MisterAnarchy wrote: »
Rewatched Heat tonight.
The 1995 classic by Michael Mann strring De Niro and Pacino.
It gets better with age, an absolute masterpiece.
Bizarrely it didnt receive one Oscar nomination.
Heat, Seven and the Usual Suspects were all released in the same year 1995, and none was nominated for best picture.
3 absolute classics.
glasso wrote: »
I find that Al Pacino's acting in some movies, particularly during the "Whoo Ha" phase (1992 starting with "Scent of a Woman" to about 2000), has dated very badly.
Characterised by an overblown and caricatured acting style.
Ruins this movie in retrospect to a large degree imo
De Niro is much much better in it but the damage was done by Pacino
The 76-year-old actor kicked off the panel discussion with the revelation that his character, Det. Vincent Hanna, "chips cocaine" throughout the film, though it's never portrayed on screen.
"There is a scene where it goes by really quick, which never got into the film, and I've always wanted to say it, just so you know where some of the behavior's coming from," he said to a laughing and all too understanding crowd.