The lower half of the face does indeed look like the lower half of Bel-Cam's face. However, this could actually be an obscure Batman villain called, um, Half-Bel-Cam-Face.
Luckily, the extended cut on the blu-ray includes an extensive subplot where Bel-Cam plays a bounty hunter hired by the mob to capture Tom Hanks. Which he does, putting the entire rest of the movie at risk until the Fantastic Four (the version from the unreleased Roger Corman film) rescue Hanks and the movie continues.
Chux, I thought I could trust you to post "Spoiler Alert" statements. :mad: Why should anyone see the movie now, nor its sequels? I'll admit, the 4th film was really weak in the middle, but the ending definitely makes up for that. JJB, I apologize for this Forumite ruining the movie that you obviously already saw, exactly as El Chuxter posted.
Oh, and Love and Other Drugs has been a movie I've seen on cable often this weekend.
Picnic (1955). William Holden gets a bunch of ladies all excited over the Labor Day holiday.
The Killer (1989). Chow Yun Fat and John Woo. Need I say more? But I will: Fat is a hit man who accidentally blinds a cabaret singer during a job. He takes work to raise enough money so she can get a cornea transplant. Nice action sequences.
Gambit (1966). Michael Caine is a cat burglar who employs Shirley MacLaine to help him on a heist. Never knew the two of them worked together before I saw this movie.
On the Beach (1959). The aftermath of a nuclear war and how it affects survivors living in Australia. I don't know why but I find this film depressing yet fascinating at the same time. Good performances by Gregory Peck and Fred Astaire.
I've been re-watching the complete series of Breaking Bad. I'm currently finishing season 3 in my marathon, "b#^CH!"
SyFy's had Raiders of the Lost Ark on this weekend; man, I'd forgotten just how great this movie is.
I'm watching THOR for my first time.
I'm finding I'm actually enjoying it.
I objected to superheroes (besides Superman) being alien "gods" or something, but this is kind of interesting.
Thor is the main reason I never saw Avengers, Thor 2, or Ironman 3. I am revisiting that decision now and possibly correcting it depending upon what my final opinion of Thor is.
I do have this compulsive urge to stand out on my balcony and scream to all my neighbors that "I am THOR! Master of the Universe!"
I will let you know if I drink enough to the point where I accomplish this. I think it will go over big!
Finally got around to seeing Pacific Rim the other day and I thought it was awesome. It's definitely a movie I'll be watching again and I'm kind of wishing that I had made more of an effort to catch it in theaters when it was originally released.
Fail Safe (1965). An Air Force bomber received incorrect orders to bomb Moscow, and the US and Russian gov'ts are trying to stop it.
King Rat (1965). Not your typical WWII POW meeting in the vein of Stalag 17 or Bridge on the River Kwai. It's more about survival than anything. George Segal is an American POW who's running a black market operation within the prison.
Black Dynamite (2006). I've missed seeing this movie until recently. Laughed my butt off.