A Time to Kill
The Lincoln Lawyer
A Time to Kill
The Lincoln Lawyer
Besides D & C, the only good movies he's been in are when he plays a lawyer.
Although, I did like Contact.
Is the rhetorical joke/question too much of a stretch? Can't you people ever have any fun?
I'm not actually interested in exploring the cinematic achievements of Matthew McConaughey's lawyer portrayals, you dumb dweebs. Shut up.
I just like to look at his chest. I could care less about his acting.
I can't believe you guys didn't mention these incredible movies
8/7/16 - Sufjan Stevens @ Hollywood Bowl // 8/8/16 - Radiohead @ Shrine // 8/8/16 - Boris @ Regent
9/14/16 - Wilco @ Theatre at Ace Hotel // 9/18/16 - Kraftwerk @ Hollywood Bowl
Tell me, in Killer Joe, is his actions and even the way he talks downright to the T of the character he plays?
(WE ALL USED TO BE A LOT BETTER AT THIS)
He's pretty great in Bernie as well.
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.
This is a bit surprising (but awesome): the film shot secretly at Disneyland, Escape from Tomorrow, is going to be released in theaters & VOD: http://cobess.com/shot-secretly-at-d...theaters-0079/
Ron Fricke's Samsara is up on Netflix Instant. Highly, highly recommended if you haven't seen it.
Really excited to see this movie in the next couple of months. Directed by one of my favorites, Terry Gilliam.
"When I made Brazil in 1984, I was trying to paint a picture of the world I thought we were living in then. The Zero Theorem is a glimpse of the world I think we are living in now. Pat Rushinís script intrigued me with the many existential ideas he had incorporated into his funny, philosophic, and touching tale.
For example: What gives meaning to our lives, brings us happiness? Can we ever be alone in our increasingly connected and constricted world? Is that world under control or simply chaotic? Weíve tried to make a film that is honest, funny, beautiful, and surprising; a simple film about a complex modern man waiting for a call to give meaning to his life; about inescapable relationships and the longing for love, full of quirky characters and sparkling performances; raising questions without offering obvious answers.
Hopefully, itís unlike any film you have seen recently; no zombies, no caped crusaders or alien spacecraft. Actually, I might have lied about that last item. Having not worked with a budget this small for several decades, I was forced to work fast and instinctively, pressured only by time and money. We relied on the freedom to spin on a dime, to make outrageous creative leaps. The results surprised even me. Iím proud to have been part of The Zero Theorem."
So, it looks like the American version of The Grandmaster was actually cut by 22 minutes as opposed to the 7 minutes I thought it was. There is a good write up on the differences here: http://twitchfilm.com/2013/08/openin...-american.html Glad I got the Hong Kong blu ray disc first.
I still encourage everyone to go out and see this on the big screen. We also have You're Next and The World's End opening this weekend. That makes for a pretty awesome weekend at the cinema. I'll catch World's End for sure as it's the only one of the three I haven't seen yet, but I do plan to catch the other two at some point within the next week or two as well.
You can also get it from dddhouse http://www.dddhouse.com/v3/product_d...roductID=13563 but they charge for shipping and I'm not sure if all the dvds they sell are 100% legit. I've only purchased from them once. Shipping took a while, but the blu ray I got was fine. They have some pretty great deals I've always meant to take advantage of, but I've been cutting back.