Dexual Healing, AKA the Dexter Riley DVD Collection

Tools    





Keep on Rockin in the Free World
Inspired by Destiny,

not in any particular order, but rather will link by actor. Also much like a good DVD, will try and infuse some extras in each selection, be it interviews, trivia, quotes and such.



Tim Robbins



&p=8489C555318CF93B&playnext=1&index=31


Shawshank Redemption 10th Anniversary edition.

Morgan Freeman
Tim Robbins
Gil Bellows
Clancy Brown

&feature=fvst




Clancy Brown


Bad Boys








with
Sean Penn
Esai Morales
Ally Sheedy







Sean Penn





Carlito's Way



with
Al Pacino
Viggo Mortenson
Penelope ann Miller
Luiz Guzman
John Leguiziamo

David Kleinfeld: Feck you and your self-righteous code of the goshdarn streets. Did it pull you out of a 30 year stint in only 5 years? No, it didn't, I did. Did it get you acquitted 4 fecking times? No, it didn't, I did, so feck you, feck the streets, your whole goshdarn world is this big, and there's only one rule, you save your own ass.

Above Quote slightly modified


__________________
"The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it." - Michelangelo.



"Money won is twice as sweet as money earned."



Keep on Rockin in the Free World
Viggo Mortenson





A History of Violence








with Ed Harris, Maria Bello, William Hurt and Stephen McHattie.

Why the band is playen king of pain (the police) for Viggos entrance, i do not know.

&feature=related


&feature=related




Stephen McHattie.


not to be confused with lance henrickson








shoot em up


with Clive Owen, Monica Bellucci and Paul Giammati










Paul Giammati









Confidence
with
Ed Burns, Rachel Weisz, Andy Garcia, Dustin Hoffman,Luis Guzman, Morris Chestnut and Donal Logue


















So far, so good. I really like Carlito's Way and Shawshank, but I've not seen Bad Boys or Confidence. I can't say I'm particularly bothered about those two.



I don't think I've ever seen Confidence but saw Bad Boys back when I was a teen and it wasn't bad... at least back then, I didn't think it was...


I added you to the main list Dex...
__________________
You never know what is enough, until you know what is more than enough.
~William Blake ~

AiSv Nv wa do hi ya do...
(Walk in Peace)




Keep on Rockin in the Free World
If you like Con-man movies, Confidence is excellent, nice cast, the script writers were certainly influenced by Elmore Leonard and David Mamet.

Reccomended.

continuing...

Rachel Weisz



Did you enjoy "the fugitive" with harrison ford?












with
Morgan Freeman
Keanu Reeves
Fred Ward
and
Brian Cox


Brian Cox


Troy (2 disc Special Edition)






This isn't the illiad, this is hollywood.
with that in mind, Troy delivers the goods imo.




&feature=related


&feature=related
with
Brad Pitt
Eric Bana
Richard O'toole
Orlando Bloom
Diane Kruger
Brendan Gleason
and
Sean Bean


North Country















&feature=fvsr
With
Charlize Theron
Frances McDormand
Woody Harrelson
Jeremy Renner
and
Richard Jenkins





F*** it!!!! I'm not here often enough to change it
So far, so good. I really like Carlito's Way and Shawshank, but I've not seen Bad Boys or Confidence. I can't say I'm particularly bothered about those two.
You should give Bad Boys a try. I've seen it back when I was young, and just a few months ago. I still like it just as much.
I also haven't seen Confidence. I don't suppose I knew about it at all. I'll check it out.



F*** it!!!! I'm not here often enough to change it
Shoot 'Em Up was great. I was surprised I liked it as much as I did. Also, yep, we seem to have a lot of the same films.



Keep on Rockin in the Free World
Richard Jenkins


Theres Something about Mary






with

Ben Stiller
Cameron Diaz
Chris Elliot
Matt Dillon
and....


Jeffrey Tambor








Keep on Rockin in the Free World
Jeffrey Tambor

Hellboy








with
Ron Perlman
Selma Blair
and

John Hurt

The Osterman Weekend


Trailer (1983)

with
Craig T. Nelson
Dennis Hopper
Burt Lancaster
Rutger Hauer
Chris Sarandon
and

Meg Foster


Leviathan

A Mishmash of elements of john carpenters the thing, The Abyss and alien..

I actually don't remember buying it, which means its either a gift, or a garage sale pick-up.


with
Hector Elizondo
Richard Crenna
Amanda Pays
Ernie Hudson
Daniel Stern
and


Peter Weller

RoboCop


Was a holiday gift a few years back. Can only endorse The 1st and 2nd. 3rd is crap.





Robocop Trailer



Robocop 2 trailer

&feature=related


apparently Orion made some side bucks liscencing overseas..



&feature=related

with

Nancy Allen
Ronny Cox
Miguel Ferrer
and

Kurtwood Smith





F*** it!!!! I'm not here often enough to change it
I love Leviathan. When I first had my thread idea, I was going to start with that movie. Meg Foster is cool, and she has some freaky, yet beautiful eyes. I have quite a few of her movies, and her 3 part set on Quantum Leap. Speaking of beautiful eyes, I love Peter Weller.



Keep on Rockin in the Free World
I was thinking of keeping a tally of what i paid for each one (many were previously viewed in blow-out bin, so the price is perma-glued to the jacket), but then i thought...what if my wife sees..lol

Also i forgot to do the popcorn ratings thingy, so will remedy that shortly.




movin along

Kurtwood Smith



True Believer


True Believer is a taut, well written urban thriller/courtroom drama made even better by the standout performance of James Woods, who plays Eddie Dodd, a burned out radical lawyer from the '60s brought back into the search for truth and justice by a young idealist. Eddie is a lawyer who can stare down a jury like Clint Eastwood and can give a closing statement like a fire and brimstone preacher; a man in perpetual motion. Woods gives a performance that is nuanced even while it seems obvious, giving subtle clues to his character even when acting as almost a force of nature in the story. The film is worth seeing for his performance alone, but the story is well paced and crafted as well

Bare bones , no extras.



With..

Robert Downey Jr.
and

James Woods



The General's Daughter




One thing i should mention, before i became a true movie nut, I was a reader. When they are adapted to the big screen, I simply have to see it.

Its two different mediums, and while the book is always better than the movie, some times, the reading of the book again after the movie actually enhances the experience as the players take the roles.

not sure if that makes any sense. William Goldman did a bang-up job adapting Nelson DeMilles 1992 novel of the same name. I guess it didnt make enough money to warrant sequels. My personal ratings are Enjoyment value compared to the novel read.

For those that have never heard of him. DeMille is to Military Justice, as John Grisham is to Southern Lawyers.



With..

John Travolta
James Cromwell
Timothy Hutton
Clarence William III
and..

Madelaine Stowe



Unlawful Entry






with...

Kurt Russell
Ken Lerner
Roger E. Mosley
and of course...


Ray Liotta (who will show up a lot in this thread)




Sorry Harmonica.......I got to stay here.
Nice one Dex, loved Bad Boys -- it was so awesomely disturbing!

Inspired by Destiny,

not in any particular order, but rather will link by actor. Also much like a good DVD, will try and infuse some extras in each selection, be it interviews, trivia, quotes and such.



Tim Robbins



&p=8489C555318CF93B&playnext=1&index=31


Shawshank Redemption 10th Anniversary edition.

Morgan Freeman
Tim Robbins
Gil Bellows
Clancy Brown

&feature=fvst




Clancy Brown


Bad Boys








with
Sean Penn
Esai Morales
Ally Sheedy







Sean Penn





Carlito's Way



with
Al Pacino
Viggo Mortenson
Penelope ann Miller
Luiz Guzman
John Leguiziamo




Above Quote slightly modified


__________________
Under-the-radar Movie Awesomeness.
http://earlsmoviepicks.blogspot.com/



Keep on Rockin in the Free World
Ray Liotta




Copland (directors Cut)






Siskel & Ebert - At the Movies

&feature=related

With..

Sylvester Stallone
Harvey Keitel
Robert De Niro
Peter Berg
and...


Michael Rappaport





True Romance (Directors Cut)








&p=830D8486ACE11D60&playnext=1&index=1

I Bought the Directors Cut primarily because Tarantino did a Commentary (this was the script he sold to finance Resevoir Dogs)

&p=830D8486ACE11D60&playnext=1&index=2

With..

Christian Slater
Patricia Arquette
Dennis Hopper
Christopher Walken
James Gandolfini
Val Kilmer
Tom Sizemore
Chris Penn
Brad Pitt

and.....

Gary Oldman
(any guesses what next DVD will be?)



Keep on Rockin in the Free World
Gary Oldman


The Fifth Element



Interview with Gary on his participation in the film:


&feature=related

Original Trailer
&feature=related

with

Bruce Willis
Milla Jovovich
Ian Holm
Chris Tucker
and..
Brion James



48hrs/Another 48hrs

48hrs-

Another 48hrs [3[/rating]


&feature=related

with

Eddie Murphy
Nick Nolte
Annette O'toole
David Patrick Kelly
And...

James Remar



The Warriors


&feature=related

With
Michael Beck
Mercedes Ruehl
Lynne Thigpen
and..
David Patrick Kelly



Keep on Rockin in the Free World
David Patrick Kelly


Last Man Standing


I probably would have rated this higher had i not recently seen Yojimbo.




with...
Bruce Willis
Bruce Dern
and,,,,


Christopher Walken

Suicide kings






not from the movie...but cmon its christopher walken..gotta have more cowbell.




allrighty back to Suicide Kings

Suicide Kings Trailer (1997)






with

Henry Thomas
Johnny Galecki
laura san giancamo
jeremy sisto
sean patrick flaherty
jay mohr
brad garrett
and

Dennis Leary




Keep on Rockin in the Free World
Denis Leary


Wag the Dog






with..
Robert DeNiro
Dustin Hoffman
Woody Harrelson
Ann Heche
Willie Nelson
and...

William H. Macy
The Cooler




Macy discusses the film in brief



The Trailer

&feature=related

with..
Alec Baldwin
Ron Livingston
Maria Bello
Paul Sorvino
and..

Sean Hatosy


Alpha Dog






Director Nick Cassavetes talks Alpha Dog


Cointains Spolers. ****WARNING****

Behind the scenes, Casting and such

&feature=related

With..

Emile Hirche
Harry Dean Stanton
Bruce Willis
Sharon Stone
Justin Timberlake
and...

Ben Foster










Dexual Healing, AKA the Dexter Riley Sausage Collection