kvnty proves again he just has to go into every conversation and say fucking awful things
Despite the intended shock value I'm always impressed by how boring he is.
But I wouldn't go that far. There's a lot of other factual support for the argument that he actually did fake the moon landing, based largely on the tech his special effects designers used for 2001 vs. the actual moon footage. Just google it, the dude from Room 237 has reams of writing based on this stuff.
watched The Wicker Man (1973) and, other than Brit Ekland's gyrating dance scene and the films' impressive sacrifice finale, it wasn't all that compelling as a whole. Evidently it caused some fear in folk back then and was classified as a "horror". The director attempted a companion piece, The Wicker Tree in 2011, also marketed as a horror film but the critics panned it as too camp.
The pilgrimage is not perfected save by copulation with the camel.
Though I may be wrong (alert the press) about Cate now that that fucking cooz Mia Farrow is slinging shit about Woody, and consequently hurting Cate's chances at taking home a well-deserved Oscar.
kvnty, as in the LA Bars thread, it'd be nice if you either tried to contribute or didn't come in here at all.
Spike Lee's Oldboy remake was even worse than I feared it would be. Completely pointless.
It is amazing how such a revolting fop is so enamored with gross old people
Ha! Fop. Great word.
So, Liquid Sky 2 is happening. If anyone else here cares.
Anyone seen Enemy, the new one from Jake Gyllenhaal and Denis Villenueve? It's bizarre, uncomfortable and consistently intriguing in a way very few movies get. Gyllenhaal plays a history professor who sees a movie and is amazed to find his doppelganger. He tracks the guy down and things get odd quickly. I really dug it, even though it was incomprehensible at times.
Bmack, I actually watched Enemy last night at a friend's place. Loved it though I think overall I prefer Denis Villeneuve's recent film Incendies. I never saw Prisoners, the other film he made with Jake Gyllenhaal. Did you?
I loved Prisoners and look forward to watching his other movies especially Enemy because Gyllenhall was so fucking great in the former.
Apparently Lee Daniels wanted to direct Prisoners and cast Oprah as the character that Melissa Leo played. Really, really fucking glad that didn't happen. Can you imagine?
Help me, was watching a few minutes of Rocky IV on tv, anyone know why one or two extras in the Apollo funeral scene are blurred out to the right of Stallone? So weird. It was on CMT, were there maybe too many black people on the screen at the same time or something?
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What I really love about the new Godzilla movie is that the story isn't focused just on Godzilla. It centers around a search and rescue mission while Godzilla is stomping the shit out of San Francisco. Godzilla isn't portrayed just as giant monster terrorizing people, he (she?) is a force of nature, like a tornado or a hurricane. Nothing man made is going to stop it.
That sounds a lot like the film it was based on. Godzilla.
03/13/15 Wolf Alice - the Rickshaw Stop
04/24/15 Polaris - The Chapel
06/11/15 Neutral Milk Hotel - The Phoenix Theatre