Friend of Leo's
- Nov 28, 2014
"One From the Heart" isn't a good film, but had a least one great original song from Tom Waits in it.Between The Conversation, Apocalypse Now, and the two Godfather movies, Coppola had an incredible streak in the 1970s. I've never seen One From the Heart, his 1982 film, which Wikipedia describes as "a colossal critical and commercial flop." Tucker: The Man and His Dream is quite good, though.
The new Elvis movie. Complete dog pile.Let's try this from a different angle - list some of the movies you bailed on, then we can tell you whether or not you gave up too soon.
“Quadrophenia” rules but “The Who by Numbers” (minus Squeeze Box) is a seriously close second!Definetly - better album and movie. That is my favorite Who album, I would probably say my favorite album overall.
I found myself nodding in agreement to the whole thing! My lovely wife likes to watch, or get sucked into, some cheap holiday movie where boy meets girl, the keep running into each other. The relationship escalates...but then, one of them sees/hears/smells something out of context...they laugh, they fight, they wrangle through the night, but alas he/she packs bags and it's off to airport. Meanwhile mom, dad, uncle Buster, Mimi and/or Papa enter the room and tell the beloved fella it was all a mistake..she really does love him, so off to the airport he goes......on a 'borrowed' chopper from his neighbor.....you know the rest..I just strum my guitar while the crappy movies play on.
I dunno…”Live At Leeds” hits pretty hard for me.“Quadrophenia” rules but “The Who by Numbers” (minus Squeeze Box) is a seriously close second!