While The Fugitive was a terrific film that came out in 1993, my favorite film from that summer, by far, was In the Line of Fire. It does not get much better than watching Clint Eastwood and John Malkovich square off in a high stakes cat and mouse game. Well, perhaps adding Rene Russo into the fold does.
7 Responses to Saturday Night at Chess Cinemas
Thanks. Haven’t seen it yet.
Malkovich makes this movie a superior one. Earned an Oscar nomination for his role…who lost to TL Jones in The Fugitive. Eastwood just plays Eastwood until he cries in a scene…solid choice, Chess.
… I realize you’re very busy … what with all the different ways the iBC “beancounters” are dreamin’ up … to try and entice readers to “whip out a credit card” …
No Friday Night Market Recap !!!
Not really that surprised !!!
Oh well, at least we got a “Movie Recommendation” !!! LOL
LoL No Friday recap this week…You might have to make do with my monthly 150+ blog posts for free here on iBC, Mr. Alf
… yeah !
Stupid me !!!
How dare I garner expectations for something that has been as regular as “The Mailman” !
Guess I better learn to “make do” !!!
So … how bout that John Malkovich ???
Was he great or what ???
“why’d you kill that bird, asshole?”