Love this movie. Though; it does feature a rather implausible and somewhat convoluted plot. It still features some great acting, and nice pacing.... doesn’t lull. I’d agree with your assessment of a slightly better than average overall film.yesterday night, I saw this, "Basic", I did not remember if I had seen it or not, I think so, it is not great, maybe a 3.5/5 for Travolta, is an actor that seems to me has grown a lot over the years, the role of Samuel L Jackson although it is crucial in the story, is quite secondary.
I agree, one of the great series of the history for me.He estado viendo Six Feet Under. Lo vi cuando salió por primera vez hace 20 años y había olvidado lo genial que es.
Se trata de una familia que dirige una funeraria y definitivamente vale la pena verla si no la ha visto antes.
Been binge watching Six Feet Under. I saw it when it first came out 20 years ago and had forgotten just how great it is.
It's about a family who run a funeral home and is definitely worth a look if you haven't seen it before.
Thanks, it was Dwight, Illinois, and I visited Starved Rock as a kid a few times. The story of how it got named fascinated me, and gave me the chills!My wife and I took our 7 year old grandson camping this past Wednesday to Starved Rock State Park (90 minutes from home). Starved Rock is probably the most visited state park in Illinois. On March 14, 1960 three women were murdered in St. Louis Canyon, one of the more popular canyons in the park. The man who murdered the women just got released from prison in 2020.
Anyway, we watched The Starved Rock Murders on youtube last night. I rate it 4/5, mainly because we just visited the park...otherwise a 3/5.
@jpmcwjr John, you might enjoy this 53 minute film. If I remember correctly, you grew up near Utica, IL.
Same Time Next Year. 1978! Alan Alda!Same Day Next Year. Well worth watching if never seen.View attachment 85290
A married man and a married woman end up sleeping with each other, and decide to meet at the same place every year on the anniversary of their one night stand. As the years go by, they observe changes in each other and their relationship.
I believe, it was the Ottawa, trapping another band of Warriors (not sure of tribe) upon the butte, and starving them out. I believe several leapt to the death in the Illinois River Rapids below.Thanks, it was Dwight, Illinois, and I visited Starved Rock as a kid a few times. The story of how it got named fascinated me, and gave me the chills!