Ari- Wait til I tell you about the story when I was seven and what happened at the cheetah exhibit.
I really want to find something where I don't have to deal with a lot of customers. I prefer to me more solitary. I also want something that doesn't feel so fast paced. And an establishment where my managers are firm but gentle. My bosses now are just witches!
I've always been curious with how a live action film for Disney Gargoyles TV series would be re-interpreted. This is with extreme caution. I love the series to this day and would always be concerned the story would falter.
I hope it comes true that movie producers will consider re-making the film Rebecca. To get back to it's true roots as a gothic romantic drama. I've never been to one gush over Alfred Hitchcock's noir style direction of the script. It maybe regarded as a classic to critics but evidently they didn't read the novel so many fell in love with. You can have mystery and psychological thrills without over the top crime dribble plastered to it.
I do love Strangers on a Train. If there were a film that should be revolving around the noir crime genre. This one is an ideal fit. The love how the puzzle was slowly put in place. Not your average mystery thrill ride. A champion of films when it comes to keeping you on the edge and twists at every turn.