Being that some of you listen on the east coast are being hit with this nor’easter. I suggest watching The Wolf on Wall Street based on a true story of Jordan Belfort played by the great Leo DiCaprio and a great young supportive cast like Jonah Hill and the beautiful Maggie Robbie and the ageless Mathew McConaughy. Martin Scorsese takes the true story (as usual) of Belfort and his lavishing lifestyle of scamming and corruption. Nerd note about this film Belfort served 22 months and a beautiful prison but his cellmate while in prison and the man who told him to write his story into a script was Tommy Chong from Cheech and Chong films. Enjoy your wet and cold weekend folks this film will entertain you for 3 hours for sure.
What Happened To Monday
Starring Noomi Rapace, Glenn Close, and William Defoe. About a futuristic time when people can only have one child from overpopulation (we should take notes folks cause stupid people are multiplying) anyways.
William Defoe is the father of 5 Identical twins And names them Monday through Friday and it’s a story about how Monday went missing and the family has to go out looking for them on their certain day of the week. Great dialogue, great plot, great action, great film. You can all find it on Netflix if you haven’t seen it already made in 2017. You’re welcome… Oh, and a shout out to Derek Branco for bringing this film to my attention.
I have to go with a classic and hands down the only sequel to be so awesome that people forget about part one sooooooo my pick is…..(wait for it) Godfather II. Do I need to say more? Actually, I do, or Tonia would be mad.
Soo, Pacino & Deniro I mean c’mon do I have to say anymore? Yes, I do or then Andrew will be mad. Francis -Fucking- Coppola. An amazing gangster film. Listen, folks, I’m sure you have all seen this beauty but it’s a film that will never get old.
If you’re not planning anything for the weekend then sure watch part 1 too but don’t you dare and I repeat DON’T YOU DARE! watch part 3. That’s my pick for the weekend, enjoy my all time favorite gangster film.
By Alessandro Molluzzo