Although Gilliam considered it a failure, and it was a box office flop, this is one of the more successful Terry Gilliam films. It stars John Neville in the titular role, as well as roles for Uma Thurman, Eric Idle, Jonathan Pryce, and Oliver Reed.
Following the “daisy chain” rule, you can get from my previous viewing, Total Recall, to this movie either by means of the director, Paul Verhoven, or by Ronny Cox, who here plays a black hat just as dark hearted as Vilos Cohagen is in Total Recall.
Robocop stars Peter Weller.
A little book on the history of the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter.
The Bonehunters is sixth in the Malazan novels by Steven Erikson.
Probably my favorite Arnold Schwarzenegger movie, with Michael Ironside, Sharon Stone and Ronny Cox and directed by Paul Verhoeven.
The movie that showed me that Jim Carrey could really act. Also starring Laura Linney, Noah Emmerich and Ed Harris (as Christof) Directed by Peter Weir.
A little movie starring John Malkovich as F.W. Murnau, director of the seminal silent-era vampire film Nosferatu, and Willem Dafoe as Max Shreck, who is playing the vampire, perhaps with more authenticity than anyone realizes…
A movie that looked interesting in Target…but I decided to rent it instead of buying it sight unseen. (And I glad that I did). Starring Jackie Chan.
One of those rare Johnny Depp movies with no Tim Burton in sight, The Ninth Gate also has Lena Olin and Frank Langella, and is directed by Roman Polanski.