Dean McKenna (deano)Victoria, Australia
Dean's Favorite Movies
I really love this action-thriller film adapted on the 1963-1967 TV series starring my No. 1 idol, Harrison Ford, because it gave me excitement by seeing Ford go on the run to trace an one-armed killer who committed the murder of his wife after he was accused. Ford was fit as the part of Dr. Richard Kimble perfectly. With this role, the last thing required is a melodramatic actor that sticks out like a sore thumb. Ford casually settles into the role of the man on the run, bringing intelligence and style to a less ostentatious character. The result is an interesting cat-and-mouse game between Dr. Richard Kimble and the police that never allows your attention to fade away. Excellent directing and acting and the constant action and tension, this movie really delivers everything that you can expect from it. I keep watching that movie on DVD several times when I make my chance.
This is one of my all-the-time favourite Marvel Comics superheroes when I was a kid. While the movie started in the production, I was really exciting to look forward watching the amazing scenes of Spider-Man's action more better than late 1970's TV series. I finally watched it at the cinema on the late night in the first session released. This is absolute masterpiece as well as fascinating mix of spectacular action and powerful drama. These scenes are mostly familiar to Marvel superhero comic book series I last read - very impressive. Director Sam Raimi's excellent at showing us the hero's pain, as well as the one he causes to others, and he gets terrific performances from the entire cast, particularly Tobey Maguire (as Peter Parker/Spider-Man) and Willem Dafoe (as the evil-looking Norman Osborn/Green Goblin).