last night, to me it seemed like a remake of a Few Dollars More just updated to the depression era bootleggers. and those 45's of his had some punch! could knock a guy 10 ft backwards!!!!!!
I liked Bruce Willis movies. What's happening to him is unfortunate.
Haven't seen that movie in a very long time. My memory is a bit sparse but I did like it when I saw it.
My current favorite BW movie is "Hart's War", also starring Collin Ferrell. I have it on blue ray and seem to watch it at least once a year or so. I just checked on Bruce over at the IMDB site and see he still has parts listed in stuff up to 2023. Hollywood must have a lot of unreleased work sitting in storage!
I liked the movie a bit over the top one guy fighting dozens
Like most all movies take with grain (ok bottle) of salt lol
Got to wonder how many anti gun people beleve that's how it works
I learned a long time ago jus try hard to just enjoy the shows with out picking apart the special effects the ods of some one being so lucky like the John. Wick movies
He has made some great movies. I have seen Die Hard more times than I can recall
" I just checked on Bruce over at the IMDB site and see he still has parts listed in stuff up to 2023. Hollywood must have a lot of unreleased work sitting in storage!"
Maybe some of it is AI generated?! They are starting to do that a lot more now. Some actors even have new roles after their death.
Re-make of "Fistful Of Dollar" which was a remake of "Yojimbo". Christopher Walken was cool in that flick. I kind a wished they kept re-making them in different eras. Would loved to have seen one from the '80s cocaine days.
Yeah, and those 1911's carried about 12 rounds per reload.
Ya...and Bruce was using 22 lr rimfire blanks in the movie.
We borrowed Last Man from the library & watched it last night. They green screened out the snail drum mags on those 1911s.
My wife says you have to "suspend disbelief" and just watch it for what it is.
I heard it was a very expensive movie to make, especially with all the antique cars they used.
And I loved the Ry Cooder music score.