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remembering fritz weaver
and then there was the time robert vaughn told me...
does doctor strange make house calls?
words of wisdom from john cassavetes: “you know, in this business, it's all jealousy.”
wild western: in a valley of violence
there are bad movies, and then there are worse movies, and then there is... max steel
shin godzilla: the batman begins of zilla thrillers
phantasm: ravager: a grand finale for the franchise?
middle school: fun for all ages. no kidding.
chicken people is a pretty clucking wonderful documentary
remembering the murder of emmett till
will they still need me, will they still read me, when i'm 64?
farewell to jack riley
paying respects to francois truffaut
celebrating alfred hitchcock -- and revisitng psycho -- on the birthday of the master of suspense
radio alert: talking monty python on houston matters
sing it loud and proud: "livin' in america!"
celebrating independence day again with bill pullman
stop the hate: 49 celebrities honor 49 victims of orlando tragedy
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passed away saturday at age 90 http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/27/movies/fritz-weaver-tony-winning-character-actor-dies-at-90.html
joe leydon https://www.blogger.com/profile/16480093833915945352
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a cowboys & indians magazine tribute http://www.cowboysindians.com/2016/11/remembering-robert-vaughn-and-the-magnificent-seven/
joe leydon https://www.blogger.com/profile/16480093833915945352
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doctor strange http://www.movingpictureblog.com/2016/04/trailer-park-doctor-strange.html
joe leydon https://www.blogger.com/profile/16480093833915945352
11/05/2016 10:01:00 am http://www.movingpictureblog.com/2016/11/does-doctor-strange-make-house-calls.html
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words of wisdom from john cassavetes: “you know, in this business, it's all jealousy.” http://www.movingpictureblog.com/2016/10/words-of-wisdom-from-john-cassavetes.html
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an interesting commentary http://www.hollywood-elsewhere.com/2016/10/fraternity-3/
john cassavetes: interviews https://www.amazon.com/john-cassavetes-interviews-conversations-filmmakers/dp/1496806697/ref=as_sl_pc_tf_til?tag=moving0be-20&linkcode=w00&linkid=abebc1cb6e179115ba7eac71bf7e8cac&creativeasin=1496806697
university press of mississippi http://www.upress.state.ms.us/books/1888
joe leydon https://www.blogger.com/profile/16480093833915945352
10/22/2016 04:02:00 pm http://www.movingpictureblog.com/2016/10/words-of-wisdom-from-john-cassavetes.html
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here http://www.cowboysindians.com/2016/07/ethan-hawke/
here http://www.cowboysindians.com/2016/07/in-a-valley-of-violence-ti-west/
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there are bad movies, and then there are worse movies, and then there is... max steel http://www.movingpictureblog.com/2016/10/there-are-bad-movies-and-then-there-are.html
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shin godzilla: the batman begins of zilla thrillers http://www.movingpictureblog.com/2016/10/shin-godzilla-batman-begins-of-zilla.html
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shin godzilla http://variety.com/2016/film/festivals/shin-godzilla-film-review-1201872105/#article-comments
funimation films http://www.funimationfilms.com/movie/shingodzilla/
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the moving picture blog random musings on all things cinematical, and otherwise, by joe leydon. sunday, november 27, 2016 remembering fritz weaver fritz weaver -- the esteemed character actor who passed away saturday at age 90 -- told me a lovely story about ingrid bergman when i had the pleasure to interview several years ago in new york. back in back in 1970, he and bergman co-starred in a walk in the spring rain, a romantic melodrama about a would-be author (weaver) and his wife (bergman) who move from new york to the backwoods of tennessee while he works on his long-delayed novel. while he scribbles away, the neglected wife drifts into an affair with an earthy neighbor (anthony quinn at his earthiest) -- and, while enjoying her middle-age craziness, refuses to serve as babysitter for her college-bound daughter, despite the daughter's attempts to guilt-trip her mom in accepting the task. (it doesn't help at all that the daughter insists mom really has nothing better to do because, well, she's old.) the affair, not surprisingly, ends badly. on the first day they were to shoot a scene together, weaver told me, bergman knocked at the door of his trailer, and he invited her inside. he assumed she wanted to ask some questions about their scene, which she did. but then she did something totally unexpected: she asked, "would you kiss me, please?" so weaver did what any reasonably sentient heterosexual male would do if ingrid bergman asked for a smooch -- he gracious granted her request. "there," she told him as the brief lip-lock concluded. "now we have a past." and with that, she was ready to play his wife. some guys have all the luck. i first became aware of weaver when i was 14 years old, when i watched him give a standout performance as rev. john hale in a star-studded tv production of arthur miller's the crucible. (george c. scott was john proctor, collen dewhurst was elizabeth proctor, and tuesday weld was abigail williams.) the telecast, oddly enough, had a major albeit indirect impact on me: when i saw a thoroughly second-rate stage production of the play (with professional actors) two years later, i couldn't help comparing it to the tv production, and realized that, hey, professional stage actors could be just as bad as professional movie actors. weaver laughed when i told him about this during our interview -- which was keyed to, of all things, his appearance in the 1982 movie creepshow. and he accepted with modest gratitude my fanboy praise of his performance in another arthur miller drama, the acclaimed 1979 off-broadway revival of the price. even now, i can still hear him delivering what i think is the key line of the play, one that continues to haunt me: "we invent ourselves to wipe out what we know." during a stage and screen career that spanned seven decades, weaver accumulated a prodigious number of tv, film and theater credits -- ranging from fail-safe (1964) to the original 1970 broadway production of child's play (for which he won a tony award), from the 1978 miniseries holocaust (which netted him an emmy nomination) to a 2014 co-starring stint opposite adam sandler in the cobbler. trivia buffs, take note: he was the bad guy in the very first episode of the man from u.n.c.l.e., and sherlock holmes (under the direction of harold prince) in the 1965 broadway musical baker street. (and before you ask: yes, i have the original cast album for the latter. on vinyl, no less.) fritz weaver added something special, and substantial, to every production that employed him, even when he gave the production a lot more than it ever gave him. he will be missed. posted by joe leydon at 11/27/2016 11:03:00 pm 1 comment: email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: arthur miller, fritz weaver, ingrid bergman sunday, november 13, 2016 and then there was the time robert vaughn told me... while preparing a cowboys & indians magazine tribute to robert vaughn, who passed away friday at age 83, i was reminded of two remarks he made during interviews i did with him decades ago. and i smiled at the memories because both illustrated his trademark dry wit — and, just as important, his ready willingness to make himself the butt of his own joke. the first time we chatted was in my hometown of new orleans, which he visited while on a promotional tour for the towering inferno (1974). naturally, i asked a fair share of fanboy questions about the magnificent seven (1960) and the man from u.n.c.l.e (1964-68) — hey, i was only 22 at the time — which vaughn graciously answered. but when the conversation turned back to the star-studded disaster movie he was in town to hype… well, to be honest, the only thing i recall his saying in regard to towering inferno is his bemused observation that he and another ‘60s tv star, richard chamberlain, played characters who existed primarily to increase the body count. “i wonder,” he mused aloud with a perfectly straight face, “just how upset audiences will be to see dr. kildare and napoleon solo falling out of a burning skyscraper?” years later, at a movie junket for superman iii (1983), vaughn amiably agreed that the super-hero sequel wasn’t exactly the crowing artistic achievement of his career. (it’s worth noting that the movie rates only a fleeting mention in his wonderfully entertaining autobiography, a fortunate life.) but never mind: the paycheck was substantial. indeed, vaughn admitted that he took a very pragmatic approach to acting gigs, given his then-current status as a journeyman actor who relied on the name recognition that was his legacy from a once-trendy television series. “my wife and i were renovating our home a while ago,” vaughn said, “and i took one job mainly because we needed a new porch. “not a new porsche, mind you” he added with a grin, “but a new porch.” must admit: i think of vaughn’s self-deprecating disclosure every time i see a talented actor playing a supporting part — or even the lead — in a movie that is in no way worthy of his (or her) talent. before i make any hasty judgments, i consider: maybe he (or she) got a way-cool veranda out of the deal. maybe even a condo. posted by joe leydon at 11/13/2016 02:33:00 am no comments: email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: richard chamberlain, robert vaughn, superman iii, the towering inferno saturday, november 05, 2016 does doctor strange make house calls? have to admit: i laughed out loud more than once while watching this clip. what really makes it work, i think, is jimmy kimmel's willingness to serve more or less as the straight man to benedict cumberbatch, while cumberbatch plays the sorcerer supreme with pretty much the same subtly sardonic edge he brings to his performance in the actual doctor strange movie. the whole thing strikes me as an amusingly retro throwback to the days when celebrities would plug their movies by remaining in character while fooling around with bob hope or johnny carson. posted by joe leydon at 11/05/2016 10:01:00 am 3 comments: email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: benedict cumberbatch, doctor strange, jimmy kimmel saturday, october 22, 2016 words of wisdom from john cassavetes: “you know, in this business, it's all jealousy.” jeffrey wells posted an interesting commentary today over at hollywood elsewhere, postulating that hollywood major players are far less supportive of their fellow filmmakers than their counterparts, past and present, in other countries. and got me to thinking about something the late, great john cassavetes told me way during an interview way back in 1985. you can read the entire article i gleaned from our conversation in gabriella oldhman’s exceptional anthology john cassavetes: interviews, recently published by the university press of mississippi. (mind you, i’m not saying it’s exceptional simply because she included something written by me — but, hey, that didn’t hurt.) this particular segment, however, i feel is especially relevant in light of wells’ observation: so, at 55, john cassavetes is still a maverick, eh? the question elicits a melancholy smile. cassavetes stares at his soft drink for a moment as he calmly considers his answer. “people used to love to call me a maverick, because i had a big mouth, and i’d say, ‘that bum!’ or something like that when i was young. mainly, because i believed it, and i didn’t know there was anybody’s pain connected to the business. i was so young, i didn't feel any pain. i just thought, ‘why don’t they do some exciting, venturesome things? why are they just sitting there, doing these dull pictures that have already been done many, many times, and calling them exciting? that's a lie — they're not exciting. exciting is an experiment.’ “now, from the point of view of a guy in his 20s, that was true. but when i look back on it, i think, yes, that man was a maverick. but...” his words trail off into weak laughter. “that reputation keeps with you, through the years. once the press calls you a maverick, it stays in their files. i’ll be dead five years, and they'll still be saying, ‘that maverick son-of-a-bitch, he's off in colorado, making a movie. as if they really cared. “you know, in this business, it's all jealousy. i mean, this is the dumbest business i’ve ever seen in my life. if somebody gets married, they say, ‘it’ll never work.’ if somebody gets divorced, they say, ‘good. i'll give you my lawyer.’ if somebody loses a job, everyone will call him -- to gloat. they’ll discuss it, they’ll be happy, they’ll have parties. i don't understand how people that can see each other all the time, and be friends, can be so happy about each other’s demise. “i think people, studio executives and filmmakers, should hate each other openly, and save a lot of trouble. it’s like me and actors. i never get along with actors, not on the level of friendship, because i don't believe in it. only on a creative level. now, through a period of years, peter falk and i have become very good friends, as have ben gazzara and i. but only after a period of years. that friendship came out of working on husbands together, and the success that came out of that. and a lot of other films, too. sometimes, we’ve been successful, and sometimes we've been unsuccessful. i mean, the creative part of it has always been successful. that’s been the bargain of it, our relationship. “but i’m sure that, the moment i was no longer interested in anything artistic, peter would not be my friend anymore. and that would be fair game. i probably wouldn’t be his friend, either, if i weren’t interested in art.” posted by joe leydon at 10/22/2016 04:02:00 pm no comments: email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: gabriella oldham, jeffrey wells, john cassavetes thursday, october 20, 2016 wild western: in a valley of violence ti west's in a valley of violence, as i have posted elsewhere, is a brutally gritty and slow-burningly suspenseful drama that is laced with elements of dark comedy, abounding in deadly serious mayhem, and loaded with tips of the stetson to classic spaghetti westerns. the official plot synopsis: a mysterious drifter named paul (ethan hawke) and his dog abbie make their way toward mexico through the barren desert of the old west. in an attempt to shorten their journey they cut through the center of a large valley, landing themselves in the forgotten town of denton — a place now dubbed by locals as a “valley of violence.” the once-popular mining town is nearly abandoned, and controlled by a brash group of misfits and nitwits. chief among them: the seemingly untouchable gilly (james ransone), who is the troublemaking son of the town’s unforgiving marshal (john travolta). as tensions rise between paul and gilly, denton’s remaining residents bear witness to an inevitable act of violence that starts a disastrous chain reaction, infecting the petty lives of all involved, and quickly drags the whole town into the bloody crosshairs of revenge. mary-anne (taissa farmiga) and ellen (karen gillan), two bickering sisters who run the town’s only hotel, try to find the good in both men, while desperately searching for their own salvation. only the world-weary marshal struggles to stop the violent hysteria. but after a gruesome discovery about paul’s past, there is no stopping the escalation the movie opens friday in theatrical and vod release. here is an interview i did with lead player ethan hawke, and here is another q&a i conducted with director ti west -- both for cowboys & indians magazine. posted by joe leydon at 10/20/2016 11:52:00 pm no comments: email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: cowboys and indians magazine, ethan hawke, in a valley of violence, ti west saturday, october 15, 2016 there are bad movies, and then there are worse movies, and then there is... max steel "that loud, dull thud you may have heard emanating from megaplexes friday signaled the theatrical dump of max steel, a ponderous and preposterous sci-fi action-adventure that obviously was intended by folks aflame with misguided optimism as the curtain-raiser for a superhero franchise. inspired, for want of a better term, by a mattel action figure and its tv cartoon show spinoffs, this drearily lame time-waster plays like the origin story for a comic-book series about a teen who wields energy waves as an offensive weapon, and a techno-organic extraterrestrial that serves as his sidekick. or something like that. suffice it to say that if nick fury ever sized up these guys as potential avengers, he wouldn’t even bother to draft them for the farm team." you can read the rest of my variety review of this misbegotten movie here. posted by joe leydon at 10/15/2016 08:56:00 pm no comments: email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: max steel. variety sunday, october 09, 2016 shin godzilla: the batman begins of zilla thrillers "the original gangsta lizard gets a largely satisfying reboot in shin godzilla, a surprisingly clever monster mash best described as the batman begins of zilla thrillers. co-directors hideaki anno (the cult-fave evangelion franchise) and shinji higuchi (attack on titan), working from anno’s genre-respectful yet realpolitik-savvy screenplay, draw basic elements from ishiro honda’s original 1954 gojira and its many follow-ups — to the point of including a wink-wink, nudge-nudge reference to goro naki, a character who loomed large in two sequels — but update the familiar kaiju mythos to a 21st-century world where the sudden appearance of an immense, fire-breathing reptile in japan can generate all sorts of inter-agency political wrangling, revive terribly unpleasant memories of the country’s militaristic past, and really, really wreak havoc on the value of the yen in global monetary markets. "in short, anno and ishihara operate according to a classic sci-fi game plan: this couldn’t happen. but if it did happen, this probably is what would happen." you can read the rest of my variety review of shin godzilla — which funimation films will release tuesday, oct. 11, in theaters throughout north america — here. and you can read my 2014 tribute to big g here. posted by joe leydon at 10/09/2016 05:41:00 pm no comments: email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: godzilla, shin godzilla, variety phantasm: ravager: a grand finale for the franchise? phantasm: ravager began to roll out in limited theatrical release this weekend. as i reported for variety last month from fantastic fest: "it’s kinda-sorta like an alain resnais movie, only with zombie dwarfs. and four-barrel shotguns. and, of course, floating, blade-bedecked silver spheres. phantasm: ravager — the fifth and purportedly final installment in the cult-favorite franchise launched in 1979 with writer-director don coscarelli’s phantasm — most assuredly is the surreal thing, a time-tripping, dimension-hopping whirligig that suggests last year at marienbad (or, better still, resnais’ je t’aime, je t’aime) reconstituted as the fever dream of a horror-fantasy aficionado. "anyone unfamiliar with its predecessors in the on-again, off-again series (which includes two direct-to-video sequels) won’t be able to make heads or tails of what transpires here. indeed, even dedicated phantasm fanatics may be hard-pressed to discern anything resembling a unifying narrative thread. but the latter group — the film’s target audience — likely will be willing to eschew coherence for the opportunity to savor this chaotic reprise of familiar characters and concepts in the cinematic equivalent of a greatest hits album." you can read the rest of my review here. posted by joe leydon at 10/09/2016 01:45:00 pm 1 comment: email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: alain resnais, fantastic fest, phantasm: ravager saturday, october 08, 2016 middle school: fun for all ages. no kidding. there’s a very funny scene in middle school: the worst years of my life where a plucky and brainy sixth-grader (isabela mona) explains to an endlessly resourceful fellow student (griffin gluck) the intricacies of an ancient technology known as vhs recording. she is enthusiastic in her instruction, but he remains dubious about… about… well, recording anything inside something that looks like nothing more than a small plastic box. obviously, this is a movie designed primarily for tweeners. but that doesn’t mean audiences with living memories of the pre-dvd era can’t enjoy it, too. to quote my variety review: “as francois truffaut sagely noted, adolescence leaves pleasant memories only for adults who cannot remember. so it’s entirely possible that even the folks who made middle school: the worst years of my life will be pleasantly surprised by the cross-generational appeal of their spirited comedy about a sixth-grader’s antiauthoritarian campaign of rule-breaking mischief. to be sure, every generation is entitled to its own revenge fantasy, and this particular wishdream — inspired by the series-spawning novel by james patterson and chris tebbets — is aimed primarily at viewers who might not yet have a firm grasp on puberty. but middle school also may resonate with older viewers who most certainly do remember adolescent angst.” you can read the rest of my review here. posted by joe leydon at 10/08/2016 01:10:00 pm no comments: email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: james patterson, middle school: the worst years of my life sunday, september 25, 2016 chicken people is a pretty clucking wonderful documentary ok, i'll freely admit it: when i first heard about nicole lucas haimes haimes' chicken people -- the fascinating feel-good documentary i reviewed for variety last spring at the nashville film festival -- i expected something along the lines of a christopher guest mockumentary. with the emphasis on mock. but no: as i wrote for variety: haimes "approaches her subjects — both human and otherwise — with equal measures of bemused curiosity and respectful empathy, with nary a trace of wink-wink condescension." chicken people offers "an illuminating and amusingly entertaining look at the thriving subculture of competitive poultry breeders," and "as the film progresses, the sheer determination of the breeders who are haimes’ primary focus commands respect, not derision." after traversing the festival circuit, chicken people opened friday in limited theatrical release. and i'm happy to see i'm not the only critic who thinks it is something worth crowing about. katie walsh of the los angeles times writes: "[t]he film proves to be more than just a glimpse into a world that’s easy to titter at. haimes delves into the larger issues and psychological motivations that drive the kind of obsession that allows one to breed award-winning poultry." helen t. verongos of the new york times adds: "will fluffy, poodle-like chickens replace cats on the internet? maybe not, but these chicken people, with deep connections to their birds, make for a fun and at times astonishing film." chicken people is well worth looking out for, even if you have to wait until it's available in digital and home-video platforms. as i noted months ago in an observation that didn't make the final cut of my variety review, but did make the movie's trailer: will you enjoy it? well, you just have to ask yourself: do you feel plucky? posted by joe leydon at 9/25/2016 12:39:00 am 1 comment: email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: chicken people, helen t.verongos, katie walsh, nashville film festival, nicole lucas haimes sunday, august 28, 2016 remembering the murder of emmett till on this date 61 years ago, 14-year-old emmett till was killed by racist white thugs in money, mississippi. filmmaker stanley nelson recounted this tragic episode in his exceptional 2003 documentary the murder of emmett till, which currently is available for viewing on youtube. as i wrote in my variety review: "using archival footage, official records and well-shot (by robert shepard) contemporary interviews, nelson fashions an evocative portrait of a life and death in a not-long-ago deep south. while visiting relatives in tallahatchie county during summer 1955, 14-year-old till, a black, chicago-born youngster, was brutally beaten, then fatally shot, by white racists. his killers, stepbrothers roy bryant and j.w. milam, pursued till after the precocious youngster made the fatal mistake of whistling at bryant’s attractive wife in a grocery store. the killers were acquitted by an all-white jury, but later agreed — in return for a hefty fee — to admit their guilt in a look magazine interview. "emmett till deftly places the tragedy of the youngster’s killing within context of an age when many southern whites felt entitled to treat blacks any way they pleased, and were antagonistic toward locals or 'outside agitators' who supported integration. in one of several startling tv news clips from the period, an elderly white mississippian insists that bryant and milam were framed as part of a 'communist plot.' "taking their cue from such paranoia, the murderous pair’s defense attorneys shamelessly argued that till wasn’t really dead, and that the mutilated body found in a local river had been deliberately misidentified by the boy’s widowed mother. the jury — which, nelson indicates, really didn’t require much exculpatory evidence — warmed to this theory while voting for acquittal. "most devastating scenes focus on the discovery of till’s corpse — which actually was difficult to identify, because the boy’s face had been beaten almost beyond recognition — and mamie till’s insistence that her son be displayed in an open coffin during his chicago funeral service, so that the world would know what had happened to her boy. as hundreds of mourners passed the coffin, narrator andre braugher notes, 'one out of every five had to be helped out of the building.' "[the documentary] persuasively argues that till’s martyrdom served as an impetus for the u.s. civil rights movement of the 1950s and ’60s. overall, however, murder of emmett till is more heartbreaking than uplifting, and will leave sympathetic viewers with an anguished sense of moral outrage." posted by joe leydon at 8/28/2016 09:05:00 pm 1 comment: email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: emmett till, stanley nelson monday, august 22, 2016 will they still need me, will they still read me, when i'm 64? today i am 64 years old. in other words: i am two years older than john wayne was when he starred in true grit. i am two years older than cary grant was when he retired from movies. i am one year older than walter brennan was when he appeared in the first episode of the real mccoys. i am 14 years older than claude rains was when he appeared in mr. smith goes to washington. i am 10 years older than bette davis was when she starred in what ever happened to baby jane? i am 11 years older than warren oates was when he died, seven years older than humphrey bogart was when he died, five years older than clark gable when he died. and you know what? they’re all gone. all of them. but i’m still standing. i would do well to be grateful. i would do better not to waste any time i have left. posted by joe leydon at 8/22/2016 12:53:00 am 1 comment: email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: bette davis, cary grant, clark gable, humphrey bogart, joe leydon, walter brennan, warren oates friday, august 19, 2016 farewell to jack riley sorry to hear the bad news about jack riley, the terrifically funny character actor who was an indefatigably snarky note of discord on the bob newhart show -- and my co-star in a 1985 tv commercial for the gone-but-not-forgotten houston post. riley, who passed away today in los angeles at age 80, was a classy gent throughout the long day's shoot at h-town's deluxe palm restaurant. and, better still, he remained patient while i screwed up take after take after take... posted by joe leydon at 8/19/2016 08:56:00 pm no comments: email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: jack riley, palm restaurant, the bob newhart show saturday, august 13, 2016 paying respects to francois truffaut once again, i have uncovered lost treasures through the simple task of housecleaning. in 1990, while on my way to the cannes film festival, i stopped off in paris to interview diane kurys. and she very graciously directed me to the montmartre cemetery, where i could pay respects to francois truffaut. someday, i keep telling myself, i want to go back. posted by joe leydon at 8/13/2016 08:38:00 pm no comments: email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: francois truffaut, montmartre cemetery celebrating alfred hitchcock -- and revisitng psycho -- on the birthday of the master of suspense alfred hitchcock continues to entertain us, and sometimes astonish us, more than three decades after his death. but that doesn’t mean he ever really liked us. indeed, there is ample evidence to the contrary — which, all things considered, might not be such a bad thing. francois truffaut, who famously interviewed and occasionally emulated the master of suspense, once spoke of his idol as “the man whom we are glad to be despised by.” and, mind you, truffaut meant that as a compliment. throughout his prolific and prodigious life, hitchcock — whose aug. 13, 1899 birthday we celebrate today — repeatedly preyed upon our ambivalent responses to violent death. in doing so, he slyly pandered to our baser instincts, implicating us in the machinations of his characters by exploiting our voyeuristic impulses. thanks to him, we want james stewart to be right when he thinks he witnessed a murder in rear window. we really want farley granger’s slatternly wife to get what’s coming to her in strangers on a train. and we really, really want anthony perkins to dispose of that car with the fresh corpse inside its trunk behind the bates motel in psycho. do we blame hitchcock for bringing out the worst in us? quite the contrary: we’re greatly amused, and grateful, for being so effectively worked over. and yet, when you remember the haughtily droll raconteur who quipped his way through countless interviews, promotional shorts and wrap-around segments for his long-running tv series, you may find yourself reading something like contempt in hitchcock’s insolent smirk. he knew what his audiences wanted and, just as important, how to make them want more of it. and he made no secret of the ruthless methods he might employ to achieve his aims. “my love of film,” hitchcock admitted in his book-length interview with truffaut, “is far more important to me than any consideration of morality.” which is part of the reason why he was ready, willing and able to make psycho, arguably his most amoral movie. “i don’t care about the subject matter, i don’t care about the acting,” hitchcock said. “but i do care about the pieces of film and the photography and the soundtrack and all the technical ingredients that made the audience scream. i feel it’s tremendously satisfying for us to be able to use the cinematic art to achieve something of a mass emotion. and with psycho, we most definitely achieved this. it wasn’t a message that stirred the audiences... they were aroused by pure film.” or, perhaps more accurately, impure film. at once the granddaddy of all slasher movies and one of the blackest comedies ever concocted, psycho was conceived and executed as something of a down-and-dirty stunt. hitchcock wanted to see if he could make a feature film as quickly and cheaply as the b-movie moguls who produced low-budget, high-profit drive-in fare during the late 1950s. so he borrowed a production crew from his alfred hitchcock presents tv show, drew upon impolitely lurid source material — a robert bloch novel very loosely based on the life and crimes of serial killer ed gein — and made a no-frills black-and-white thriller that overcame mixed-to-hostile reviews to become the second-highest grossing film (after ben hur) of 1960. psycho is one of hitchcock’s most enduring and influential masterworks. it also is the most cold-blooded and mean-spirited prank that any major filmmaker has ever pulled on an audience. the graphic violence of the infamous shower scene is more apparent than real because, thanks to hitchcock’s celebrated genius for montage, we’re tricked into thinking we see much more than we’re actually shown. but there’s an even more significant sleight-of-hand to consider: psycho is a movie that scores its most devastating impact by playing on assumptions and expectations informed by other movies. hitchcock blindsided moviegoers in 1960 by daring to switch gears from sexy crime story to shocking gothic horror, by insidiously luring the audience into sympathizing with a homicidal maniac -- and, even more audaciously, by daring to kill off a well-known leading lady (janet leigh) 50 minutes into his story. when asked to explain why he was drawn to bloch’s novel in the first place, hitchcock claimed he found the central gimmick – norman, is that you? – only modestly clever. what really sold him on the story, he said, was “the suddenness of the murder in the shower, coming, as it were, out of the blue.” obviously, he immediately recognized the sudden savagery as more than just a terrific device for scaring the yell out of people. the sequence also allowed him to pull the rug, and then the floor, out from under the audience. ever since hitchcock opened this trap door, dozens of other filmmakers have tried, with mixed success, to match the master of suspense in narrative duplicity. (the crying game, the sixth sense and the usual suspects are only the most obvious examples.) and yet, as good or great as these other films might be, they cannot match the master’s work. two generations after its premiere, psycho continues to loom imposingly large in our collective pop-culture conscious. so much so, in fact, that gus van sant’s 1998 remake never really had a chance to be judged on its own dubious merits, not even by people who never saw the original. since everybody already knows what happens in psycho, a shot-by-shot reprise isn’t merely redundant – it’s pointless. for better or worse, psycho is the title most people think about when they hear hitchcock’s name. the association is more than a little ironic — in many respects, the film is the least typical of hitchcock’s works — but maybe inevitable. the master of suspense prided himself on his ability to manipulate audiences. and he was never more masterful than when he checked us into the bates motel. (by the way: the late anthony perkins once told me that alfred hitchcock didn’t always live up to his reputation as a steadfast control freak. but maybe his experience with hitchcock on psycho was the exception that proves the rule? you can decide for yourself after reading this.) posted by joe leydon at 8/13/2016 04:05:00 pm no comments: email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: alfred hitchcock, anthony perkins, psycho tuesday, august 09, 2016 radio alert: talking monty python on houston matters the good folks at the alamo drafthouse locations here in h-town will be hosting special "quote-along" screenings of monty python and the holy grail on wednesday (7:30 pm, vintage park) and aug. 18 (7:30 pm, mason park). so, of course, i have decided to shamelessly gravy-train on the festivities the best way i know how -- by appearing on kuhf's houston matters program to talk about the greatness that is monty python with witty and erudite host craig cohen. the radio show airs at 12 noon, and repeats at 7 pm, on wednesday. you can downstream here. and in the unlikely event you've never actually seen monty python and the holy grail, here's an appreciation i wrote way back in 2001 to bring you up to speed. (warning: if you don't read this, i may turn you into a newt. or, worse, unleash the killer rabbit.) posted by joe leydon at 8/09/2016 04:27:00 pm no comments: email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: alamo drafthouse, craig cohen, kuhf, monty python, monty python and the holy grail monday, july 04, 2016 sing it loud and proud: "livin' in america!" with all due respect to "the star-spangled banner," this, in my humble opinion, would make a much better national anthem. sing it, o mighty godfather of soul: "you may not be lookin' for the promised land, but you might find it anyway -- under one of those old familiar names like new orleans..." posted by joe leydon at 7/04/2016 10:10:00 am no comments: email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: james brown, july 4 celebrating independence day again with bill pullman i am an immigrant's son, and i get paid to go to the movies. truly, this is the land of opportunity. and so, to celebrate the birthday of our great nation, i once again give you the ridiculously corny yet tremendously affecting speech given by a beleaguered u.s. president (potently played by bill pullman) to rally a final push against invading extraterrestrials in independence day. let freedom ring. (and before you ask: no, i haven't seen the sequel yet. i've been waiting for today, july 4. seems appropriate, don't you think?) posted by joe leydon at 7/04/2016 12:15:00 am 1 comment: email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: bill pullman, independence day, july 4 wednesday, june 29, 2016 stop the hate: 49 celebrities honor 49 victims of orlando tragedy they had names. they had faces. they had stories. they were not just victims. forty-nine celebrities -- including jane fonda, connie britton, jamie lee curtis, gerard butler, lady gaga and cuba gooding jr. -- pay eloquent tribute to the fallen in this 18-minute video launched by the human rights campaign. take time to watch it all in one sitting. and even if you start crying, watch it until the end. posted by joe leydon at 6/29/2016 04:42:00 pm no comments: email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: connie britton, cuba gooding jr., gerard butler, jamie lee curtis, jane fonda, lady gaga, orlando, orlando tragedy thursday, may 12, 2016 trailer park: assassin's creed i am thoroughly convinced that, as an actor, michael fassbender can do anything. no kidding: in just the last two years alone, he's given credible and creditable performances as a wild west gunslinger (slow west), a shakespearean icon (macbeth), a comic-book villain (two x-men movies) and steve freakin' jobs (jobs). and mind you, that's only counting the most recent additions to a resume that already included his exemplary work in 12 years a slave, the counselor, shame -- and, yeah, yet another comic book movie, x-men: first class. so when i got my first look at this trailer for the upcoming assassin's creed, which opens in theaters and drive-ins everywhere dec. 21, i thought: well, i'm not the world's biggest fan of movies based on video games. but with fassbender in the lead role -- along with marion cotillard, brendan gleeson and the great jeremy irons in supporting roles -- ok, i'll go there. besides, it's hard to resist any movie that contains the line, "welcome to the spanish inquisition." which, as any monty python fan can tell you, no one ever expects. posted by joe leydon at 5/12/2016 02:31:00 pm 1 comment: email thisblogthis!share to twittershare to facebookshare to pinterest labels: assassin's creed, michael fassbender, monty python, spanish inquisition older posts home subscribe to: posts (atom) about me: joe leydon houston, texas, united states view my complete profile available at amazon twitter tweets by @joeleydon links to my other outlets variety movingpicturehistoryblog the moving picture show cowboys & indians essentials anne thompson box office mojo coming soon internet movie data base leonard maltin roger ebert rotten tomatoes popular posts hail and farewell to leonard maltin's movie guide today i received my advance copy of leonard maltin’s 2015 movie guide , and i’ve been paging through it with profoundly mixed emotions.... let's see lelouch's les miserables on dvd and blu-ray, ok? 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