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Another edition of films I've watched but in the month of August.

HEAT (dir. Michael Mann) (1995) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Mann's magium opus of cops and robbers in L.A. - De Niro and Pacino are together fantastic when they come face-to-face.

LEVIATHAN (dir. George P. Cosmatos) (1989) - Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
Another ALIEN takeoff mixed with THE THING and set underwater, though it has some good chills alongside fine cast (including Weller) and Goldsmith's score sounds exceptionally thrilling worth listening to.

DESCENDENTS (dir. Kenny Orgeta) (2015) - Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Didn't went quite like I expected, it's a teen take on Disney Princesses & Villains.

DIRTY HARRY (dir. Don Siegel) (1971) - Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
After making westerns as for the beginning of his acting career, Clint takes justice on the streets of San Francisco as a cop for whom we all call him Dirty Harry. Working with Siegel again, the film features a great action/mystery storyline to keep you pinned alongside unforgettable performances by Clint & Robinson and a tense but groovy score by Schifrin. Make sure it's his day when you're in City by the Bay.

MASK (dir. Peter Bogdanovich) (1985) - Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Rocky Dennis was one good teenager for whom we all almost had to accept for who he looks like & had to inspire us. At least, there were some solid performances by a little fine cast and a great soundtrack the film featured.

FANTASTIC FOUR (dir. Josh Trank) (2015) - Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
A rather okay reboot on Marvel's classic superteam. From seeing the trailers for this, I felt no interest about how this new film was (although, I prefer the original 2005). Then seeing it last night, my final thoughts were that it did had some good visual effects and how the team looked while the film certainly had its flaws. Nothing special or new really, but still okay overall.

THE SWIMMER (dir. Frank Perry) (1968) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
See Burt Lancaster wearing his swimming trunks as he goes pool to pool throughout the county in this stunning classic of the late 'swining sixties'. Lot of great acting and filmmaking it had alongside the ending being powerful. Swim on, Lancaster!

CHARLIE'S ANGELS (dir. McG) (2000) - Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
Still a pretty entertaining film to watch filled with plenty of action & humor while based on the classic TV series. McG has selected a perfect all-star cast (including its leading stars) and also an awesome soundtrack, too. I have never forgotten on how I used to watch this film several times during my childhood, and it's still great. Yeah, you Angels rock!

MAGNUM FORCE (dir. Ted Post) (1973) - Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Dirty Harry is back on the job in this fine sequel that has little more good action like the first film and scripted by future directors Milius & Cimino.

RIO BRAVO (dir. Howard Hawks) (1958) - Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
A simple little big Hawks/Wayne western as timeless it is today, featuring lot of good performances by a great cast along with some awesome fight scenes and a fine storyline that explores more on this classic western admired by John Carpenter. (Who cannot forget Martin & Nelson singing together, btw?)

THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT (dir. Daniel Myrick & Eduardo Sanchez) (1999) - Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
After all these years of watching this film, I still believed it was actually good from how it was done realistically and how things got spooky starting the next half. However, I can never figured out about the ending because some weird things went on. Hopefully one day somebody will explain it.

THE WOMAN IN THE ROOM (dir. Frank Darabont) (1983) - Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
An early Stephen King adaptation by Darabont, nothing really special about it except for the nightmare scene & its acting.

And that is what on I've watched in August. Today is a beginning of a new month. So make way for all that, and we shall see how far I've come. ;) (Wink)
Thanks for reading.
  • Mood: Daily Needs
  • Listening to: Eagles - One of These Nights
  • Reading: This site, Anime Planet, & MUBI (as usual)
  • Drinking: Coca-Cola
Another edition of films I've watched but in the month of August.

HEAT (dir. Michael Mann) (1995) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Mann's magium opus of cops and robbers in L.A. - De Niro and Pacino are together fantastic when they come face-to-face.

LEVIATHAN (dir. George P. Cosmatos) (1989) - Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
Another ALIEN takeoff mixed with THE THING and set underwater, though it has some good chills alongside fine cast (including Weller) and Goldsmith's score sounds exceptionally thrilling worth listening to.

DESCENDENTS (dir. Kenny Orgeta) (2015) - Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Didn't went quite like I expected, it's a teen take on Disney Princesses & Villains.

DIRTY HARRY (dir. Don Siegel) (1971) - Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
After making westerns as for the beginning of his acting career, Clint takes justice on the streets of San Francisco as a cop for whom we all call him Dirty Harry. Working with Siegel again, the film features a great action/mystery storyline to keep you pinned alongside unforgettable performances by Clint & Robinson and a tense but groovy score by Schifrin. Make sure it's his day when you're in City by the Bay.

MASK (dir. Peter Bogdanovich) (1985) - Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Rocky Dennis was one good teenager for whom we all almost had to accept for who he looks like & had to inspire us. At least, there were some solid performances by a little fine cast and a great soundtrack the film featured.

FANTASTIC FOUR (dir. Josh Trank) (2015) - Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
A rather okay reboot on Marvel's classic superteam. From seeing the trailers for this, I felt no interest about how this new film was (although, I prefer the original 2005). Then seeing it last night, my final thoughts were that it did had some good visual effects and how the team looked while the film certainly had its flaws. Nothing special or new really, but still okay overall.

THE SWIMMER (dir. Frank Perry) (1968) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
See Burt Lancaster wearing his swimming trunks as he goes pool to pool throughout the county in this stunning classic of the late 'swining sixties'. Lot of great acting and filmmaking it had alongside the ending being powerful. Swim on, Lancaster!

CHARLIE'S ANGELS (dir. McG) (2000) - Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
Still a pretty entertaining film to watch filled with plenty of action & humor while based on the classic TV series. McG has selected a perfect all-star cast (including its leading stars) and also an awesome soundtrack, too. I have never forgotten on how I used to watch this film several times during my childhood, and it's still great. Yeah, you Angels rock!

MAGNUM FORCE (dir. Ted Post) (1973) - Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Dirty Harry is back on the job in this fine sequel that has little more good action like the first film and scripted by future directors Milius & Cimino.

RIO BRAVO (dir. Howard Hawks) (1958) - Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
A simple little big Hawks/Wayne western as timeless it is today, featuring lot of good performances by a great cast along with some awesome fight scenes and a fine storyline that explores more on this classic western admired by John Carpenter. (Who cannot forget Martin & Nelson singing together, btw?)

THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT (dir. Daniel Myrick & Eduardo Sanchez) (1999) - Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
After all these years of watching this film, I still believed it was actually good from how it was done realistically and how things got spooky starting the next half. However, I can never figured out about the ending because some weird things went on. Hopefully one day somebody will explain it.

THE WOMAN IN THE ROOM (dir. Frank Darabont) (1983) - Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
An early Stephen King adaptation by Darabont, nothing really special about it except for the nightmare scene & its acting.

And that is what on I've watched in August. Today is a beginning of a new month. So make way for all that, and we shall see how far I've come. ;) (Wink)
Thanks for reading.
  • Mood: Daily Needs
  • Listening to: Eagles - One of These Nights
  • Reading: This site, Anime Planet, & MUBI (as usual)
  • Drinking: Coca-Cola

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Christopher Thomason
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About myself........

My name is Christopher, and I am somewhere from the Pacific Northwest in the USA. Just another average huge cinephile & otaku, as well an artist myself. I have been drawing anime since I was in high school as well had some experinece in filmmaking around the school, too. :)

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Some stuff I am a huge fan of....
Movies:
Don Bluth stamp by SuperScoobyGirl Mad Max Fan Stamp by XxXExtremeXxXProdigy Mulholland Drive stamp by 5-3-10-4 Alice by renatalmar Blade Runner stamp by 5-3-10-4 Sleeping Beauty Disney Stamp by Maleficent84 To Live And Die In L.A. Stamp by dA--bogeyman Taxi Driver Stamp 1 by dA--bogeyman Seven Samurai stamp 2 by LordPendragonOfCaria 'Great Scott' by Sunshinylisee 'The Thing' Stamp by BenjaminPenny Boogie Nights stamp by 5-3-10-4 Fantasia Disney Stamp by Maleficent84 Let The Right One In stamp by 5-3-10-4 12 Angry Men stamp by 5-3-10-4 Ran stamp by LordPendragonOfCaria James Dean Stamp by IndifferentIsolation The Dark Knight by phantom Suspiria stamp by DaemoniumNocturnal The Godfather Movie Stamp 1 by dA--bogeyman stamp :: OldBoy by octobre-rouge I Love Bodily Fluids Stamp by Slovman Proud Aladdin Fan Stamp by The-Man-Of-Tomorrow Clint Eastwood Stamp by ladamadelasestrellas Reservoir Dogs by TheStampKing DOTD Stamp by busyEXPERIENCE Disney 101 Dalmations by TwilightProwler Alien Stamp by AlienVPredator Drive Stamp by MeganekkoPlymouth241 Sergio Leone Stamp by Ko-omote interstellar stamp by VCR-WOLFE Wilson stamp by Bourbons3 George Clooney by MyStamps

Anime:
Cowboy Bebop Stamp by jvrichardson Fruits Basket by stomp-stamp Rosario Vampire Animated Stamp by xnekomatax SOUL     EATER by 80avatarfan80 Sailor Moon animated stamp 009 by hanakt Bleach Stamp by JackdawStamps Hayao Miyazaki Stamp by Toonfreak Shingeki no Kyojin Stamp by hakutan Osamu Tezuka Stamp by raygirl L Gif Stamp by AleXielBrando Akira stamp by kurokimashin NERV Stamp by HeruNoTenchi Black Lagoon stamp by JillValentine89 Menchi Stamp by morfachas Spice and Wolf Stamp by Krisderp Hellsing stamp by x-Thestral-x Magic Knight Rayearth Stamp 2 by laprasking YGO Stamp: Pharaoh Atem by xStormyChaos RIP Satoshi Kon by locked-inside Clamp Stamp by macurris Ghost in the Shell Stamp by SolusNox

Music:
Goblin 01 by Petite-Dionee David Bowie Fan Stamp by dA--bogeyman Morricone Stamp by WetWithRain Queen Stamp by poserfan




Video Games:
Final Fantasy VII Stamp by Final-FantasyVIIClub Final Fantasy X-2 by darkdisciple-stamps Super Mario World stamp by 5-3-10-4 Halo Stamp by darkdisciple-stamps Stamp - Sims Glomp by Emotikonz Mortal Kombat stamp by Metadream Pokemon Stamp by Aimee-Valentine-Art

TV Shows:




Charlie's Angels Stamp 1 by dA--bogeyman The Twilight Zone by phantom The X-Files stamp by 5-3-10-4 Walking Dead Stamp II by Krisderp

Food/Drinks:
Dr Pepper Stamp by sparkly-purple-ninja Stamp: Hamburger Nom Nom by apparate Japanese food isn't only... by ashayu Stamp: I love Mexican Food by Chibikaede Hetalia Stamp-Pasta by Tyley-Brittany Waffles stamp by Frelly-Is-Kelly Ice Cream Stamp by The-Fairywitch Pizza Stamp by Linkmax Mountain Dew Stamp by pillze69 I support Carrots by mxlove Chinese Food Love stamp by Optimism-Is-Weakness

My best pals on DA (also awesome & inspiring artists as well) ...
:iconcamilia-chan: :icondariakoumori: :iconallenscurse44: :iconmymelodyoftheheart: :iconcarriejokerbates: :iconx--the-b-meister--x: :iconnekowhitestar: :iconsupremechaos918: :iconaaronsartstuff: :iconsaracaa: :iconlukamegurine78: :iconmr0spot: :iconmercedesvee: :iconleothefox: :iconjohanasmith: :iconkimbafan: :iconm0ckingbird-1sinsane: :iconxxsteefylovexx: :iconniarahime: :iconrollzero: :iconninjaweretiger: :iconghiblilover92: :iconivy-mauve:

My collection of amazing artworks I've done coming soon...
But I am writing film reviews on what I've recently watched for now.

Some great quotes:
"Create your own visual style. Let it be unique for yourself and yet identifiable for others." - Orson Welles

"Memories aren't just sounds and pictures. They exist somewhere between the sounds, between the pictures." - Solid Snake (METAL GEAR SOILD)

"And don't call me Shirely." - Dr. Barry Rumack (AIRPLANE!) XD

I am also on...
www.anime-planet.com/users/Sco…
mubi.com/users/2683043
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:iconniarahime:
Niarahime Featured By Owner 5 days ago
:iconbowplz::iconthanksplz: for the :+fav:!
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KaumiThomason Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist Filmographer
You're so welcome!

Sailor Venus <3
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LordPendragonOfCaria Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Writer
Thanks for more faves, and for the watch :D
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KaumiThomason Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Filmographer
Anytime.
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LordPendragonOfCaria Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Writer
Thanks for the faves :D
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KaumiThomason Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Filmographer
You are so welcome.
Kurosawa & Leone Heart 
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LordPendragonOfCaria Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Writer
Hell yeah :D The masters of classic Eastern and Western cinema, or rather of the Western and Jedigeki genres :love:
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KaumiThomason Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Filmographer
So true!
I also saw you made some Clint Eastwood stamps, too! He's so awesome! :la:
(Do you own any of their films, btw?)
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Milee-Design Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you a lot for adding 
my artwork to your favorite+fav !
Ghibli Tribute by Milee-Design
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KaumiThomason Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2015  Hobbyist Filmographer
You are very welcome!
Studio Ghibli ftw! :la:
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