You know, I was just looking at his filmography, because I never remember if there's an 's' in his name. He has tons of acting credits, and I don't know what he looks like.
Just like Joe and Chan. "I have this picture of Chan, and I still can't see him."
That's from Chan Is Missing, the second of my little double-feature last night. That was pretty good. Old Wayne Wang. I love this class, when I took it we had a totally different screening schedule (also stellar). It rocks.
Back on topic: I know what you mean, hellaciousc, about having trouble getting through them. It's best when you're in a screening situation, rather than rental. If you have to watch it, the resistance to finish it vanishes.
I was watching the clock a little, but it was because I was running class last night, and the longer we went, the more people who would split. They drive me nuts, those crazy impatient kids. I think they thought they were taking Rambo 101.
Took me twice to get to the end of Dead Man, but when I watched that first half again, I appreciated it more. I was a little too jazzed to see Michael Wincott dressed as shit-kicker, once the novelty wore off, I paid closer attention, and it was all good, I thought. :) <p>"You only learn when you listen." - Richard Gere</p>