Massage Chair For My Movie Studio And Almost Famous Review

Two of the bigger films of my adolescence come courtesy of director Cameron Crowe – Fast Times at Ridgemont High and Say Anything. While many of the scenes from the former are certainly memorable, nothing from it is as indelible to me as almost anything from the latter (the one everyone knows is John Cusack holding up the boom box to serenade Ione Skey with Peter Gabriel’s In Your Eyes, but my favorite may be the scene where he is talking on the pay phone is the pouring rain).

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Crowe also turned one of my favorite actors, Cuba Gooding Jr., into an Oscar winner in the fabulous Jerry Maguire, so needless to say I look forward to the man’s movies.

I think the reason that most of Crowe’s works are so idiosyncratically wonderful is because of the amount of struggle (it took him in excess of five years to get everything just right for Jerry Maguire) and time he invests in them.

Almost Famous is no …

Some excellent Fellowship of the Ring DVD news

Some excellent Fellowship of the Ring DVD news – director Peter Jackson has said there will be a extended version of the film when it bows on DVD later this year.

And we’re not talking about 10 extra minutes of fluff – the running time of the Director’s Cut will apparently be in excess of 4 hours.  I hope that more scenes of Rivendell are among what’s included – I thought that was the lone part of the flick that seemed to be rather compressed.  Of course, my big fear is that New Line will release the film this year as a stand-alone, but then in 2004, after all the movies have had their theatrical runs, the studio will unleash upon the masses a super-deluxe special edition box set of all three.

But then again, DVD may have evolved into a high definition format by then, which would render my fears quite moot.

Men in Black 2 has been bitten by the September 11th terrorist-backlash bug – the original ending of the MIB sequel originally had the World Trade Center splitting open to reveal a UFO inside.  Sounds harmless enough to me – I mean, just because they aren’t there …