love A Beautiful Mind with Russel Crowe. One of the most profound movies I've ever seen and it gets even more so with each watch.
"I cannot waste time with these classes, these books. Memorizing the weak assumptions of LESSER MORTALS!!!"
they any different from the Greater mortals?
Never managed the entire movie, it was a waste of film and time.
Russell Crowe is a putz. I really enjoyed It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
He may a putz be; but the were speaking of a here man named RUSSEL Crowe not RUSSELL
regarding the film Mad, Mad...
it's highly over adored. Has 1/2 good and 1/2 bad. Takes too long, becomes too unbelievable, unrealistic, unfunny. I've seen it 3 times fully, by the end I'm watching the clock and even thinking about paste it becomes that irritating. Car drive scene to the park and treasure takes far far too lenghty a time. The entire film can be redone in half the time.
So it depends on many variables as to what I put up as the most impressive
my take as well. Many a movie seems fantastic, great, grand in a first view, later is dull as a dead light bulb. Same reverse happens where I see part or whole movie, and am bored, unimpressed/spired. Later even a year later, that same movie, (viewed again when a friend insists), can be uplifting and enjoyable, energizing, exactly what I wanted. A year later it's a bust again. Variables.
Even my favorites in the years have times they can't attach me. I speak of Marty, Carousel, Days of Wine and Roses, The 300 Spartans, The Big Country, The Teahouse of the August Moon