(0 children) I just re-watched Aliens the other day and noticed a lot of awesome little things about Michael Biehn playing Hicks. The way he delivers his lines is just so casual and cool, and probably the reason I like most of his work. He plays a very subtle hero (for obvious reasons). http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2m6g7q/onset_photos_of_james_remar_as_corporal_hicks_in/

They don't include one of the most powerful on film injuries of all time. Martin Sheen in Apocalypse Now--total mental break. He had a frikkin' nervous breakdown while drunk where he punched a mirror that was left in the movie. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2m6co8/9_onset_injuries_that_made_it_onto_film/

"From Star Wars to Jedi" - wonderful 1983 hour-long documentary narrated by Mark Hamill chronicling the making of the Original Star Wars Trilogy"From Star Wars to Jedi" - wonderful 1983 hour-long documentary narrated by Mark Hamill chronicling the making of the Original Star Wars Trilogy

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I painted Steve McQueen in the Great Escape in oils.I painted Steve McQueen in the Great Escape in oils.

  (0 children) Well I mean I take new commissions if you like how I paint. My websites currently down (which reminds me I need to ask about that today) but you can check other things I've done in my reddit submission history if you wanted to see some other stuff I've done. That art show looks awesome, you don't really get anything like that where I'm from unfortunately. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2m4qu6/i_painted_steve_mcqueen_in_the_great_escape_in/

Can we chat a little about how Fanboy Culture is affecting the movies?

I don't always think those ideas are executed perfectly and I find some of the dialogue in his movies to be a little forced, but overall I really dig his films a lot. I own most of his filmography. Now - that said - I think that it is absolutely insane to include 3 of his films on the "Best Movies of All Time" list before a single Hitchcock movie, a single Tarkovsky film, Billy Wilder, Kurosawa, Kubrick, Ozu, etc, etc. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/2m6lzp/can_we_chat_a_little_about_how_fanboy_culture_is/