I don’t remember when I saw the trailer for the first time. I know what theater I was at: Edwards 22 Ontario (California, not Canada). I remember blown away and excited. I then remember when the second trailer came and it had been downgraded to a PG-13 to an R. I immediately though, “Oh no, […]Read More 9x9x9 day 4: The Fountain–what if you could live forever?
I had to write this one for a class too. I only turned in 1-5. Top Ten Best American Directors, 1990-Today There have been plenty of lists to dictate who the best directors of all time are. The likes of Orson Welles or Jean Luc Godard consistently made the list, along with many others. […]Read More Top Ten American Directors, 1990-Present
In Kurt Vonnegut’s A Man without a Country (read this fucking book, by the way), he uses this chart to explain the subject matter of Kafka’s work: The basic premise of this chart is as such: From the beginning to the end of the story, you have periods of good fortune and periods of ill […]Read More My Top Directors: Darren Aronofsky
let’s talk Oscars. On the bus ride home, Kelley was sending me results since I couldn’t view the actual program. I’m glad that the Coen brothers finally won Best Director(s). It’s an award they’ve deserved for almost every movie they’ve done (except the Ladykillers. What was that shit?!) In the Best Supporting Actor category, I […]Read More oscar coverage from a bus going north