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RIP Alan Parker : Fri Jul 31, 2020 4:51 pm  
Bugsy Malone amongst many other films that have been a part of my life. I had the pleasure of meeting him once, a thoroughly nice fella. I do wonder who is making anything like a legacy now. When Spielberg, Pacino, Cane, Travolta, Sam LJ etc. go what will we have left, no real actors, that is for sure. Even Tom Cruise is embarrassing himself flogging the MI franchise to death.
Bugsy Malone amongst many other films that have been a part of my life. I had the pleasure of meeting him once, a thoroughly nice fella. I do wonder who is making anything like a legacy now. When Spielberg, Pacino, Cane, Travolta, Sam LJ etc. go what will we have left, no real actors, that is for sure. Even Tom Cruise is embarrassing himself flogging the MI franchise to death.
Re: RIP Alan Parker : Tue Aug 04, 2020 5:31 pm  
IR80 wrote:
Bugsy Malone amongst many other films that have been a part of my life. I had the pleasure of meeting him once, a thoroughly nice fella. I do wonder who is making anything like a legacy now. When Spielberg, Pacino, Cane, Travolta, Sam LJ etc. go what will we have left, no real actors, that is for sure. Even Tom Cruise is embarrassing himself flogging the MI franchise to death.


I preferred his Mississippi Burning.
But you probably thought them three meddling civil rights kids 'got what was coming' as well?
IR80 wrote:
Bugsy Malone amongst many other films that have been a part of my life. I had the pleasure of meeting him once, a thoroughly nice fella. I do wonder who is making anything like a legacy now. When Spielberg, Pacino, Cane, Travolta, Sam LJ etc. go what will we have left, no real actors, that is for sure. Even Tom Cruise is embarrassing himself flogging the MI franchise to death.


I preferred his Mississippi Burning.
But you probably thought them three meddling civil rights kids 'got what was coming' as well?
Re: RIP Alan Parker : Fri Oct 02, 2020 11:33 pm  
The Commitments.
Brilliant adaptation of Roddy Doyle’s Dublin set novel.

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