YES! noone's said The mosquito coast yet... and I love the mosquito Coast.
Here's what I have to say about six days seven nights: It's quite good if you treat it as it's meant to be treated. AS a big summer action/comedy bonanza. It's got those great one liners such as "sure...we'll like....glue it back on".
I liked force ten.
Random hearts wasn't too great.....but frantic was good
Originally posted by SKAbatula Hollywood Homicide or, yes I'm going to say it, Blade Runner. I really haven't seen it in a while, so I would have to watch it again. I actually liked 6 Days and 7 Nights not because of the plot or character design, but the locations and settings reminded me of somewhere IJ could have visited or ended up.
I've only seen the Director's Cut of Blade Runner which is miraculous. I hear the original version is terrible.
I personally loved Witness-- talk about "sexual tension"-- Yowza!
I've heard that Random Hearts was pretty bad. K-9 was also somewhat of a bomb. I think it's getting to the point where people (that is, women) go to his movies just to drool over Harrison in spite of his films. Sad. Very sad.
I don't really make it a point to go and see a HF movie because I basically only like Indiana Jones. However, if someone says one of his movies is particuarly good, then I'll go and see it. Unfortunately, he's been in some disappointing films lately, at least in my opinion. I think the best movie he's made lately is What Lies Beneath and even then I'd give it a B, not an "A." His last "A" movie as far as I'm concerned was Last Crusade, and I'm not just saying that because I'm an Indyfan.
I certainly don't think that he's going down the toilet as an actor, but he hasn't made very good script choices lately, IMHO, and I think he needs to start making betting choices if he still wants to remain on top. I'd be really depressed to hear people in the movie industry say that his career is slipping and he's now in the "has been" category. Not that I put too much stock in "Hollyweird." Still, he doesn't deserve to be called "washed up" -- but really, it's up to Mr. Ford to decide what he wants to do.