For the record, Herrington told me Griz in 5 games against the Thunder before the Clippers series was even over.
Thanks for reading, Melissa. I haven't read any of these scripts and probably haven't read a script at all in years. Michael Haneke wrote "Amour" in addition to directing it, and I was trying to make a comment on the types of scenes his film contains, which are long one-shot takes that are frequently non-verbal, particularly for actress Emmanuelle Riva. I'm certain I was overly glib in my description, but the scene I was thinking of is several minutes long and shows Georges feeding Anne and her, well, struggling to eat. It's actually a great scene.
I tend to privilege scripts that are more dense/talky/complicated, and filmmakers and performers who coax more out of a simple concept (who do a lot with a little) as being a case of superior directing and acting. Maybe I'm totally wrong though, and Haneke storyboarded the scene and each bite of soup.
Billion-dollar idea: 6-pack of PBR and a pair of Twinkies, packaged together. Call it an 8-pack.
That last pic, with Timberlake and Lil Country, is the best thing ever.
Please give a photo credit to the photographer, me. When this picture wins beaucoup IPPA Awards, I want them to know where to send them.
I love me some original Apes, but in my mind it's not a time travel movie, it's just a travel movie. Heston et al. wind up in the future because of time dilation, not manipulation of time.
Army of Darkness is tricky for me, because I guess it is a time travel movie, but it doesn't live in my mind as one.
TruthBeTold: I liked Philadelphia Experiment and can't remember if I've seen Somewhere in Time, so I guess not.
rob19: I'm not sure you can convince me there's a difference between an F-14 and an F-16.
Regarding your list:
Groundhog Day is not a time travel movie. Bill Murray getting daily moral do-overs doesn't make it about time travel, regardless of how good the movie is. Disqualified.
T2 is the superior film but less interesting about time travel than T1. Overruled.
Highlander: Seriously, dude. That's not a time travel movie. Just because people are immortal and live for hundreds of years doesn't mean they can skip around in time. Ignored.
Butterfly Effect: Didn't see it but it has Ashton Kutcher so I'm pretty sure it sucks. Disregarded.
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