DO NOT KEEP ANY OF THE FOLLOWING IN YOUR POSSESSION
- FIREARMS, AMMUNITION, EXPLOSIVES, FIREWORKS OR PYROTECHNICS.
- LETHAL WEAPONS INCLUDING BLACKJACKS, BRASS KNUCKLES, POCKET KNIVES EQUIPPED WITH SPRING RELEASE BLADES, SCISSORS OR STRAIGHT RAZORS…
Dude – this is the Marine Corps!
Rules for new recruits from the opening to Sidney IPCRESS File Furie’s The Boys In Company C – one of the finest Vietnam films of the late seventies featuring Craig Wasson. Well, one of two, fine or otherwise.
Prim RSM Lauderdale (Dickie Attenborough) outlines his plan of attack in Guns At Batasi, a rather well-produced little post-Empire potboiler which has its wits about it, which understands the value of not playing it too straight, and which underplays its box office-satisfying romantic subplot (involving Mia Farrow, of all people). There are excellently understated performances from the likes of Errol John, Earl Cameron, Percy Herbert, David Lodge, Bernard Horsfall, John Meillon and pornographer Graham Stark.
Least this time it’s legible:
The Restaurant is closed
A fancy-pants menu from the restaurant that is the location for Peter Greenaway’s The Cook The Thief His Wife And Her Lover:
LES SPECIALITÉ DE JOUR [sic]
It’s all a bit too fuzzy to read, sorry 😦
The cassette coked-up dealer Rahad Jackson (Alfred Molina) is playing when Dirk, Reed and Todd come over to rip him off in Boogie Nights:
MY AWESOME MiX TAPE #6
Chinese imperial guard adrift in the Wild West Chon Wang (Jackie Chan) sluices up a shirt in order to break out of gaol in the not-quite-satisfying Shanghai Noon.
An outhouse assault in Unforgiven.