I revisit my favorite films at least once a month. It's a short list. Then others that I love as well but not nearly as much I'll watch about once a year and others I'll forget about after a few years and then have to watch them again. Same thing happened to me with Con Air. First time I saw it I remember enjoying it but I saw it again recently and it was just plain bad. Pressure Point, 1962. Very under the radar. Very unique directing and way they story is set up as well as terrific acting. There are some scenes that are completely horrifying that make me tremble every single time I watch it. Others that bring tears to my eyes, and ones that give me goosebumps. Poitier and Darin together in this may have the best chemistry of any actors I've seen in any film, and I've seen more films than most. The dialogue throughout the entire movie is just superb. It may not be for everyone, but I absolutely love it. Was watching it with the kids a while ago and they were bored out of their minds. Maybe someday...
From about 0:42 and on. Best is at about 2:56 "And you hypnotized me huh? Well they got you hypnotized. They got you so mixed up your singing 'My Country Tis of Thee' while they walk all over you." "Right then and there, I knew what I was frightened of."
Pure genius, and one of the best displays of acting ever, by both Poitier and an extremely underrated and under-appreciated (as an actor) Darin. Helps to have seen the rest of the picture though to have some context. By far one of my favorite films ever made.
I am understanding what it's asking. Going into that year, yes I thought we'd win it all. Like I said, I do every year. We weren't 2-14 at that point... Didn't take very long for that to change though.
It's a little on the early side for his return. If I were to guess right now I'd say he doesn't play against us. It's certainly a possibility but I think it's more likely that he's out for that game. And if he's out we shut their offense out. (JJ Watt has about a 50/50 chance of getting a defensive TD though...)
Round 1 (25) Shaq Thompson, OLB, Washington - ARound 2 (41) Devin Funchess, WR, Michigan - ARound 4 (102) Daryl Williams, OG, Oklahoma - ARound 5 (169) David Mayo, LB, Texas State - ARound 5 (174) Cameron Artis-Payne, RB, Auburn - A Anything else is just Panther hate.