Why Yes, Since You Ask, I Do Feel Lucky

Excuse me, I appear to have misplaced my speed-loaderMy latest Sympatico/MSN DVD column is up, taking a thinkier-than-usual look at the “Dirty Harry” films, which have just been reissued in a fairly elaborate boxed set and a very snazzy Blu-ray variant.

A man’s gotta know his limitations, sure, but 50GB per platter tends to be pretty accommodating …

4 thoughts on “Why Yes, Since You Ask, I Do Feel Lucky”

  1. FYI, Go Tell The Spartans is also the name of a thoughtful and powerful 70s Vietnam movie, directed by Ted Post and starring Burt Lancaster, about the futulity of that war. I’d hate for people to avoid it thinking it was something else; on the other hand, some hapless renters may stumble upon it by accident for the same reason. But wWhat’s the rule on naming movies in Hollywood anyway? I always thought you could copyright titles but judging by how often duplcate movie titles surface, it’s likely you can’t.

  2. Gee, I dunno … in my opinion, anyone who picks up a copy of “Meet the Spartans” and takes the Vietnam drama home by accident should count his lucky stars.

  3. My mistake, the titles are different but, hey, I got to plug an underrated and unfortunately little seen movie so what’s the harm in that?


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