Posted by Nolan Dalla on Nov 9, 2022 in Blog, Movie Reviews |
I just got to get this off my chest because it’s been bothering the hell out of me for a long time.
In the final scene of Carlito’s Way, Al Pacino is dying on the Amtrak platform and slips Penelope Ann Miller $70,000 in cash from the vault to raise the unborn baby. But in my estimation, this wad looks like maybe $20,000, at most. Seventy grand would be like two bricks stacked on top of each other. There’s no way this wad is anywhere close to $70 grand.
Relieved. Whew — now, I feel much better.
Posted by Nolan Dalla on Oct 18, 2022 in Blog, Movie Reviews |
AN UNCONVENTIONAL CONVENTION — EDITION 197
LET’S GO TO THE MOVIES….AND STAY HOME
Today, let’s talk about movie theatres. Remember them?
Posted by Nolan Dalla on Sep 27, 2022 in Blog, Movie Reviews |
Know that name?
He’s only given us five of the greatest car chase scenes in movie history.
Posted by Nolan Dalla on Jul 7, 2022 in Blog, Movie Reviews |
James Caan died today.
The film and stage actor appeared in nearly 100 movies, including some of the most iconic motion pictures of the past 50 years.
With so many juicy performances to choose from, here’s my top-ten list of James Caan’s most memorable film roles:
Posted by Nolan Dalla on Mar 28, 2022 in Blog, Movie Reviews |
Is there a point where someone simply doesn’t belong on stage anymore?