Films of Doom!
From: J. D. Morenski
Date: 09 Sep 1998
Van Canna san,
Your wish is my command. Here is some of my top dark evil and good films. Mind you, I am not advocating the behavior of some of these . . . well .. . not much. . . .
Schindler's List: Ralphe Fiennes (whatever)
deserved the Oscar for his portrayal of pure cold evil. The "I pardon you," stare. Eeeee! No, I am not advocating his behavior--unless it is Alanis Morrisette fans [STOP IT!--Ed.]--but if you could give THAT look to the psycho.
House of Cards: relish the malevolence as the
honorable Francis Urquart-- Ian Richardson--crushes the good, the idealistic, and the innocent on his quest to be Prime Minister. His wife is even better. Some great stares and quotes, "Beware of an old man in a hurry."
Blade Runner: Notice the look Rutger gives
Harrison Ford as Harrison squirms away from him expecting the worse. "I have seen things. . . ."
Honorable mention to Bryon James, "My mother?
I'll tell you about my mother!" Oh yeah, catch Daryl Hanna's look after she catches the toy maker.
Dangerous Liasons: John Malkovich. Crush the
Goodfellas: Yeah yeah, "How am I funny?"
However, catch Joe Pesci's look--in the
background--when Spider tells him to
f[CENSORED]k himself. Many evil looks.
David Warner: Hey, he gets to play, "The
Incarnation of Evil," Head Klingon, Falco from "Massada"--interesting use of the catapault as method of mass-transit--why did he do Bob Cratchet? I kept hoping he would throw Tiny Tim in front of a carrage! Anyways, Time Bandits for the I of E.
Romeo is Bleeding: one for Lori. Lena Olin kicks ass--literally, "I'm not killing him, I'm burying him. If he should die in the process, that's his problem." EEEEEeeeeee!
[Okay, okay, enough Death Doom and Destruction!
Okay, you rooted for the Emporer in that piece of crap Star Bores-III Return of the
We want some positive films. Role MODELS!!
Remember! Children are reading!--Ed.]
Hmmmmm . . . I will have to get back to you on
--J. D. Morenski