Pacific Rim was the most fun I've ever had at a movie. Here's my review: http://cobess.com/pacific-rim-review...vies-in-years/
See it on the biggest screen with the best possible audio.
fuck you tupacGodzilla will be revealed walking into the embarcadero marina via hologram at this years san diego comic-con
Anyone have an opinion on Shoah? I'm considering picking it up during the current Barnes & Noble sale, but it's clearly something of a commitment.
12/30/14 Flaming Lips w/Foxygen - the Warfield
02/06/15 Dead Authors Podcast - Brava Theater
02/26/15 Tony Molina - the Rickshaw Stop
04/24/15 Polaris - The Chapel
06/11/15 Neutral Milk Hotel - The Phoenix Theatre
From the brief, albeit convincing, trailer it just looks something like Transformers crossed with Real Steel (saw fifteen minutes of the former, none of the latter, and never seen Grown Ups). Not a fan of sleep inducing Del Toro either. But enjoy the simpleton, robotic bullshit show if that's how you like to spend your time. First in line flocking on.
The pilgrimage is not perfected save by copulation with the camel.
Pacific Rim actually mostly reminds me of Final Fantasy VII, which frankly I've been waiting for somebody to finally steal the Weapons from for a while.
I love how people can't accept others have different taste. And when I say people I mean the small portion of this online forum that strives to be the best in opinion.
Now someone correct me on starting a sentence with "And."
You can start sentences with "and" as long as it makes the content flow better and read easier.
Oh, and HandBanana just created this gem.
We're here to play some Mississippi Delta Blues. We're in a horrible depression, and I gotta admit - we're starting to like it.
Haha, the first scene of Spring Breakers is so funny.
You know, the premise of this movie is not hard to come up with - but to act on it - to say "yes we have to get this produced" is the remarkable thing.
Franco makes it.
From wired magazine pacific rim review:
"This easily the most fun flick to hit the theaters so far this summer, a fist-pumping, awe-inspiring ride for anyone who loves monster movies, robots, or just wants to get their face rocked for two hours" fuck yeah lol
I just listened to a podcast about Soderberg and Speilbergs rants on the future of movies and it made me really depressed. Its not looking good people. No wonder a bunch of the highly creative minds have fled to TV. Which is great for sprawling canvases but sucks for the movie going experience that is not tied into comic books/action movies.
Basically, if the movie is not made for the global audience and making 250 million + with a huge budget, then its an indie movie made for less than 5 mil. RIP to the movies based on good stories in the 20 to 40 range. Hopefully, the movie going public will course correct this with their ticket buying power, but not likely since these things are just global behemoths.
Also, other than Gosling and Tatum, American male actors under 40 is not looking that bright. I guess you could add Franco in the mix. And you can hate on those guys all you want, but thats what we are working with right now and at least they have some talent/likability.
why the fuck would i want to go to a theater to watch a movie without at least 10 explosions in it
12/4/14 - Angel Olsen @ El Rey // 12/10/14 - Tune-Yards/Cibo Matto @ Wiltern
A list of 50 Amazing Films You've Probably Never Seen.
I've seen seven of the horror movies on that list. The Bad Seed has always been a favorite. Loved The Skull when I was a kid.
And yes, Pacific Rim is fantastic. (Gotta thank Del Toro for throwing Guiron in there; it brought back all sorts of warm and fuzzy childhood memories of hours spent watching Japanese monster movies.)