Black levels came across as terrific as well. Sidney Carroll , Robert Rossen Stars: Those interested in pool will find a couple of featurettes focused on the sport. Already have a TCM Profile? Yet, Minnesota also falls into the rogue's gallery of troubled souls, as his coolness is primarily a reflection of his having sold out a long, long time ago. Patton star Scott, who refused the Academy's nod, is reliably compelling, making Gordon anything but a simple villain. Please confirm or enter it below to complete your profile.
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Music seemed clear and acceptably bright, while effects were clean and accurate. De Niro showed tremendous ability as a fighter in his boxing scenes, and just as realistically gained an enormous amount weight for scenes depicting La Motta as an aged, overweight has-been. Hollywood's Cool Hand with plenty of testimonials about the man, his various roles and his legendary contribution to Hollywood lore. Accessibility links Skip to article Skip to navigation. When his best efforts at getting his big break fail, Pupkin resorts to kidnapping Langford to get on air, in "The King of Comedy" I haven't pulled out the magnifying glass to search for any major flaws and I was expecting a bit more grain - but overall it shows some depth and looks impressive in-motion.
First is "Life in the Fast Lane: Bert is the closest thing the film has to unadulterated evil, but even here we get a sense of the pathetic intermingled with his ruthlessness. The below Blu-ray captures were taken directly from the Blu-ray disc. The Color of Money , the final book by author Tevis who also penned the sci-fi novel The Man Who Fell to Earth , currently being developed for its third film treatment , was loosely tapped for Touchstone Pictures' sequel of the same name. I could listen to the dulcet Louisville brass and Kenyon Hopkins's original score all night. At the end of the road is Minnesota Fats Jackie Gleason , a legendary unbeaten pool player who Eddie is sure he can defeat.