What does a geek do...

Two fantastic dance scenes: John Travolta / Uma Thurman

I mixed two dances in Pulp fiction (1994) & Be Cool (2005). We can see fantastic rhythm and moves. Both are wild, stunning and sophisticated.

Travolta: Vincent was just a small time gangster in 1994. 10 years later, Chili Palmer, the loan shark tough guy. What a convenient evolvement ;-)

Thurman: Mia, the big brother's restless young wife in 1994. 10 years later, Edie, a matured and ambitious music producer. Both are a little naive and a little aggressive, attractive too. 

Plus, We all know that Travolta is one hell of a dancer since 1970s. The way he held his moves to fit the roles is what I really appreciate to watch.

Because that's the part gives me the drama feeling: Vincent is pushing himself to the edge; Chili Palmer is relaxed and enjoy the moment. So do I...

Hope you you enjoy it too.


Farewell song in "The wild bunch (1969)" with Spanish guitar

This song is played at the end of the movie. It also played in the middle of the movie, when the gang left the Mexican village. I prefer the village one. It sounds upset like a elegy/dirge but to me it 's heroic and meaningful. It also explains a lot about these guys...
Hope you enjoy it.

The mexico melody is called La golondrina (Spanish: "The Swallow"), originally written in 1862

"The walk" in the classic western movie: The Wild bunch (1969)

"The long walk" is one of the most famous scenes in classic westerns. Done in 1969 and hard to duplicate any more. The timing, the feeling, the touch, the chemistry blending magic makes it a pure art... I also watched director comment on this movie, the scene was shot in the whole week. Basically, all actors have to walk, walk, walk until they found the right rhythm and right tone. I'd say nothing is that easy.

actors: William Holden, Ernest Borgnine, Robert Ryan...

Hope you enjoy it.

3:10 to Yuma: Russell Crowe (as Ben Wade) romantic scenes and some great gun shots (13+)

Russell's performance is kinda cool in this 2007 movie.
I also mixed 1957 Yuma movie's original theme song in the background.
This is a man drama. Female scenes (with bartender young lady & Alice , the wife of Dan Evans [Bale]) probably only last about 5 minutes, but it's this 5 minutes that sets the tone of the whole story and tells the audience what kind of person Ben Wade is really about.
Hope you enjoy it.