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Frankie & Alice

2010, 1920x800

Halle Berry

The To-Do List


No nudity just lots of sexy women:

Alia Shawkat

Aubrey Plaza

Rachel Bilson

Sarah Steele

Death in the Desert


Shayla Beesley

Live or Die in La Honda

2017, 1080hd

Johnny's comments:

Live And Die In La Honda is a thriller where Blake (Blake Shields) receives a call from old army buddy and former lover Vic (Lili Bordán) to come to La Honda, where she owns a bar, to help her find her missing brother. Blake reluctantly agrees as Vic is like a drug to him and he thought that was the last he'd ever see of her. When he gets to town, he finds out that tracking down Vic's brother is a lot harder than he expected, but also he's been followed by Rita (Mercy Malick) who knows the person Blake is looking for, Joe Cooper (Bernard Curry), a friend of Vic's brother who could help him find him. Rita and Joe decide to kill Blake and send a couple of guys to do so. The contractors fail, so they do the job themselves, only to have Vic get the jump on them and kill them first, then bury them in the mountains. But, there is residual damage from the shooting that will cause a ripple between Vic and Blake just as they were falling for each other once more.

OK thriller and at 80 minutes, a pretty easy watch without really stretching itself. It does have a fairly decent body count for a smallish thriller and I quite like Lili Bordán, so I didn't mind the movie.

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Lili Bordan film clip (sample below)

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Candy Clark in The Big Sleep (1978) in 1080hd

Scoop's notes: In order to review The Big Sleep in the proper context, I have to talk about the 1944 version, the 1946 re-shoots, and the 1978 version, which I have already done here. As I point out in those reviews, the films are dripping with atmosphere and world-weary narration, but ... to quote myself:

"I have read Chandler's novel, I have seen the 1944 Bogart version once, the 1946 Bogart version many times, and the 1978 Robert Mitchum version twice, and I still have no fucking idea what is going on in this film. There are so many characters that Tolstoy couldn't keep track of them. Many of them are only discussed, never seen, which makes it even harder to remember their place in the story. You need a flow pad, like a high school debate judge, to keep track of who is who. Frankly, you won't be able to figure it out even with a flow pad. The director, Howard Hawks, was trying to puzzle out the whole thing for himself and even he could not figure out who killed the family chauffeur. He placed a telegram to Raymond Chandler, who wrote the story. Chandler could not immediately answer the question, so he went back and thought about it for a while, consulted his notes, re-read some passages, and finally admitted that he had no idea.

That should give you some idea just how incomprehensible it is.

It would be impossible to follow even if the investigation turned up legitimate progress, but the fact that all the other characters (even the Bacall character) lie to Bogart during his investigation makes the plot an impenetrable labyrinth"

Ashley Tisdale