"Let the character actors lay out the plot. Then, when there's something important to say, you say it, and people will listen."
There's so much keenly observed character detail and dramatic conflict in this movie that I'd never fully appreciated on earlier viewings. This is what great films are made of, I realized this time around: Artistic, insightful, thoughtful, and entertaining.
Last night, my 8-year-old and I watched portions of the Horror movie 'greatest hits'/mashup Terror In The Aisles (1984). Here are some of his observations.