High Crime (1973) – The Daily Movie Wallpaper – Franco Nero

 The Daily Movie Wallpaper Friday, February 12, 2010   Start your weekend off with this badass image from a rare French lobbycard of Franco Nero kicking ass in Enzo G. Castellari’s, High Crime (La polizia incrimina la legge assolve).   Fans of Poliziottesco/Poliziotteschi cinema should keep a watch for Mike Malloy’s documentary that fully explores…

The Seducers (1969) – The Daily Movie Wallpaper – Rosalba Neri

 The Daily Movie Wallpaper Wednesday, February 10, 2010   I’m a huge fan of Rosalba Neri and really… you will be hard pressed to find a sexier image of her anywhere!  Related Coverage: ::: View 826×1000 ::: Previous Movie Wallpaper – [1]  Image Source: Official still that was used in the original USA release of…

Nine (2009) – Movie Wallpaper – Penelope Cruz is Carla

  Since the previous image I posted of Penelope Cruz (here) in Nine was so popular, here is one more of her from this new film.   Related Coverage: ::: View 1280×861 ::: Official Site   Image Source: Official still that was used in the original US release of the film.   Related Links: :::…

Torso (1973) – The Daily Movie Wallpaper – Sergio Martino

  The Daily Movie Wallpaper Monday, December 21, 2009   By request from the Cinema is Dope Facebook Fan page, here comes an image from this 1973 giallo from filmmaker Sergio Martino. Of his gialli titles my favorite of his is, All the Colors of the Dark. You can see my previous notes on this…

Nine (2009) – The Daily Movie Wallpaper – Penelope Cruz

  The Daily Movie Wallpaper Friday, December 18, 2009   Because it’s Friday and you have survived the work week… here is a beautiful image of Penelope Cruz in Nine. I nearly saw Penelope Cruz at the Cannes Film Festival this year but timing conflict had me going to last chance screening of what turned…

The Passenger (1975) – The Daily Movie Wallpaper – Maria Schneider

  The Daily Movie Wallpaper Tuesday, December 15, 2009   The Girl (Maria Schneider): People disappear every day.David Locke (Jack Nicholson): Every time they leave the room.   Everything about this Michelangelo Antonioni film speaks to me. Its undercurrent spirituality of man as a journeying stowaway and the intrinsic feeling of being hellbent on traveling…