Archive for Harrison Ford

‘Quantum Of Solace felt like James Bourne’ – the Roger Michell interview

Posted in INTERVIEWS with tags , , , , , on January 19, 2011 by Ross McG

Roger Michell doesn’t like the limelight. He may not be the most high-profile of directors, but he’s the man behind Notting Hill, Enduring Love, Changing Lanes and Venus. His new movie, Morning Glory, sees Harrison Ford and Diane Keaton squabbling on daytime TV. In an interview with Ross McG, he spoke about Ford’s grumpiness, what it’s like chasing down the elusive Bill Murray for a role and why he turned down 007. To read the interview at Metro.co.uk, click HERE or the picture above. Continue reading

Indiana Jones battle: Temple of Doom v Last Crusade

Posted in BATTLES with tags , , , , , , on January 11, 2011 by rossvross

It’s the big screen’s greatest adventure hero. But which of these two of his adventures is worth wrestling with snakes for? Click HERE or the pic above to read the arguments from the Rosses. Continue reading

RvReprieve: Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull

Posted in REPRIEVES with tags , , , , on May 6, 2010 by Ross McG

We like nothing better here at RvR than a new series. And we also like giving unfairly derided movies a second chance. All we want you to do is tell us whether or not they deserve it or not. To kick off our new Reprieve feature Ross McG is going to plead the case for one of the most hated blockbusters in recent memory. Does Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull merit a fairer crap of Indy’s whip? Continue reading

Top Six… Most Beautiful Performances

Posted in TOP FIVES with tags , , , on February 11, 2010 by Ross McG

Whether we care to admit it or not, once in a while we like our movie stars to look like movie stars. Here are the far-from-dirty half-dozen whose features have dazzled us on the big screen. Continue reading

Great Scenes… Witness

Posted in GREAT SCENES with tags , , , , , on May 26, 2009 by Ross McG

Border witness

In the first of a new series here at RVR, we are gonna pick our favourite scenes from our favourite movies. Let’s kick things off with a nice thick dollop of Harrison Ford, as he romances Kelly McGillis to the sounds of Greg Chapman (not Sam Cooke) in Witness. Sit back and enjoy… Continue reading