the blue max... excellent, better than i expected.
my darling clementine reco dvd.... excellent. excellent commentary, and documentary.
the unknown chaplin dvd is 4 stars, and the dvd has extras that you didn't see if you have a tv copy.
nicholas and alexandria i've watched about 40 minutes and so far so good.
mcbride's commentary on GRAPES OF WRATH is excellent.
bonus disc for EASY RIDERS RAGING BULLS. if you liked the first, you will like the bonus disc. i liked it a lot.
since i've enjoyed mutiple viewings of THE AVIATOR, i looked for some of howard's films. i got HELL'S ANGELS. it's ok. could have been better. the biggest shock of all was jean harlow. always heard her name never, really saw her that i know of. then i see her on HELL'S ANGELS. she's like a cheap tart you pick up at ihop after all the bars are closed. what was the big deal? i don't get it. she's no garbo, and she's no deitrich. in AVIATOR, the woman that plays hepburn after the second viewing, is really good.
AVIATOR double disc set is packed with extras.
marty hits another homerun in my book
the new goodfellas with henry hill commentary is good, and also has good bonus disc. the casino 2 dvd set is also excellent, with great commentary and docs.
the biggest surprise was murnau's FAUST. it's breathtaking, and i think much more advanced, if smaller, than BIRTH OF A NATION.
also murnau's SUNRISE, 2 disc set, has incredible extras.
the sinatra tony rome movies were an incredible time capsule of miami beach in the 60s.
can't remember anything else i've seen.... oh, yes, i watched an episode of bonanza, and there was everet sloan! good actor.