What happens when you team up an untested actress, who happens to be one of the worlds biggest pop stars, with the go-to 'everyman' of Hollywood. Here's a hint: And My Heart WILL GO ONNNNNNNNN! Oh, shit. Wrong movie.
A truly prolific actor who played the funny uncle for a generation of kids has passed. He will truly be missed, but he left a large body of work in his wake that will surely be passed down to the next generation.
Today we take a look back at a film that we had to bring out of the vault, dust off, and introduce to the world, who would be the better for the gem that we found...Or you can turn on TNT...It's probably playing there.
Recently Jodorowsky came off of a 23 year hiatus with a documentary about his failed attempt to make a 12-hour sci-fi opus of Dune, the other a surrealist auto-biographical film about his childhood growing up with Ukrainian-Jewish parents in Chile. This inspires a lookback at The Holy Mountain, the film in which Jodorowsky maintains he got to do whatever he wanted. But what does that say about Jodorowsky?
The late 90's were a strange time. A time before relentless sequelization and the acceptance that no movie is sacred enough not to be rebooted. Unless you are Lethal Weapon. Cause people were clamoring for a 4'th installment to the Lethal Weapon series. Weren't they?