Got movies on the mind.
Reason being that last night I finally saw “Dominick and Eugene,” the 1988 film about twin brothers played by Ray Liotta and Tom Hulce.
I rent my movies from the library. The upside is that they’re free; the downside is that the selection isn’t all that great and many of the films are old, if not obscure. However, that can also work to one’s advantage toward catching up on films with names familiar but unseen, like last night’s feature.
The Man on the Street happened by too.
And he has a burning question: What film can you watch over and over again and never tire of it?
For me, that’s easy: Tarantino’s “Reservoir Dogs.” I’ve watched it around 25 times. More than any other film. I know every thread of the stories, words, nuanced mannerism and subtle expression and yet I could enthusiastically watch it another couple dozen times.
“Fargo” by the Coen Brothers is running a probable second but presents no threat to “Reservoir Dogs” just yet. Unfortunately my library doesn’t have Dogs. Just as well, I might never leave the house otherwise.
So, your turn.