“I like baseball, movies, good clothes, fast cars, whiskey, and you…what else you need to know?”
The blah-blah-blah: Sara Freeman is a writer whose film and culture pieces have ranged from Claudette Colbert as a WWII action heroine to Edgar G. Ulmer’s late period sci-fi films to interviewing Molly Haskell and beyond. She specializes in writing and interviewing people about classic Hollywood, women in cinema and action movies. Sara was born in southern Oregon, spent her college years and then some in Chicago and moved to the Czech Republic in 2012. She often dreams of John McTiernan directing another movie.
Top 5 of All-Time:
1) RIO BRAVO (1959, Howard Hawks)
2) DIE HARD WITH A VENGEANCE (1995, John McTiernan)
3) WAY DOWN EAST (1920, D.W. Griffith)
4) TEA AND SYMPATHY (1956, Vincente Minnelli)
5) STREET OF SHAME (1956, Kenji Mizoguchi)