Woody and Lol, eh? What stellar performances from Joe Gilgun and Vicky McClure as these two. Absolute gems.
A Clockwork Orange
Malcolm McDowell as Alex DeLarge
This is England
Shaun is a young lad who having lost his dad becomes friends with a bunch of local skinheads. Shaun has become impressed with the groups leader and with his new found confidence, takes to the local shop to harass the shop-keeper. The little shit!
Back to the Future 1
His reaction is one of disbelief...How could anyone generate so much power? Doc Brown has a lot to think about in Back to the Future, a staple in anybodys movie diet.
I love Galaxy Quest. I had a tough time deciding which of Sam Rockwell scenes to choose when I was doing this. It was a close tie between this and the final shot where we learn his name.
Dead Mans Shoes
I remember the first time I saw this movie. I was about to go to bed but decided against it to stay up and watch this film. One of the best scenes for me is the moment Richard (Considine) lets the local thugs know exactly where they stand with him. An amazing story of vengeance, the film has become a firm favourite of mine and set me on a road of discovery of the works of Paddy Considine and Shane Meadows.
Dirty Harry is cop with his own sense of right and wrong. Frequently rebuked and demoted by his superiors, he cuts through the bureaucracy to dispense his own taste of justice. I think this sums him up nicely.
Pennywise the Clown (It. 1990)
The horrible look of longing on the face of Pennywise the clown in IT always creeps me out. I read that the balloons that float are metaphors for dead bodies floating in the sewer...for added creepy.
Leonard Smalls (Raising Arizona 1987)
Smalls is a finder of men. He rides alone and lives in the underworld. He represents evil.
Random Sniper (The Jerk. 1975)
Navin R. Johnson didn't count on his addition to the phone book getting him a date with a 'random name sniper'. Played by M. Emmet Walsh, this scene cracks me up every time.
Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas. 1998
Raoul Duke, and his attorney, Dr. Gonzo, descend on Las Vegas but first they gotta get through 'Bat Country'.
Roy Munson (Kingpin. 1996)
Harrelson's depiction of the is a bowling prodigy turned loser in the Farrelly bros movie is great. I love in this scene how he saves Ishmael from taking a beating from some rednecks.
Annie Wilkes (Misery. 1990)
Annie Wilkes...the poor woman has any number of mental illnesses but in the movie she's an out and out nut-bar. ‘Misery’ is Ma Coyne’s favourite movie, so I painted a pic for her. I
wanted to keep in the same style as my recent ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’
Jem + Scout (To Kill A Mockingbird. 1962)
I think this is the one that begun this project for me. I painted a scene from To Kill A Mockingbird for my other half.She falls asleep to her favourite movie every time. It’s her little blankey!
tried to capture the playfulness of Scout and the exasperation of Jem,
without working the piece to death! I wanted a simple style of
illustration for this one.
R.P.Mcmurphy (One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest. 1975)
Nicholson is brilliant as the frenetic R.P. McMurphy. During this scene of his first 'group talk', he takes glee in the chaos provided by the other patients while being eyeballed by his polar opposite Nurse Ratchet