strip nude for your killer: Inside (À l’intérieur)

24 08 2008

Zack Mosley writes one of the funniest, most imaginative (and accurate) pieces of film criticism I’ve had the pleasure of stumbling upon.

There is one character who defies logic with such panache that the only way to do the absurdity justice is to describe his entire role in the film ….

Strip Nude For Your Killer!: Inside (À l’intérieur)

vern’s links

24 08 2008

Pulp Fiction This is the best sight I have found for one of Bruce Willis’s best pictures. Assloads of information about the picture, including the chronology of the story, the full credits, list of awards, lyrics to the songs, plus MP3 files of songs and dialogue, large graphics of various posters and stills etc. It has some pretty nice design as well I think Walter Leno could learn from it. Only problem I had with this one is it is all in German so I don’t know what the fuck they’re talking about but I imagine if I was a german I would be into this sight [sic], I guess.

Vern’s Links

charlene choi in diary

18 08 2008

beauty with fangs

dolls unrated

25 07 2008

From my favorite flixster poet

“Boring and pretentious. I’m not completely against movies that are boring and pretentious, but I couldn’t take this”

m. s.’s (mayrei) Profile – Flixster

on Takeshi Kitano’s Dolls

africa, the serengeti

24 07 2008

Narrated by James Earl Jones, National Geographic’s Africa: The Serengeti is not only one of my favorite documentaries, it’s one of my favorite movies, period. The cinematography is stunning, the pace is browsingly good. It’s story arc moves from focus on the wildebeest, which seems to serve as a migrating meal, to shots of hot air balloons flying overhead  and describes the role tourist money plays in supporting the wildlife preserves.

James Earl: “The equation of life on the Serengeti is simple: Herbivores eat plants. Carnivores eat herbivores” and “there is neither malice nor remorse on the Serengeti … nothing is wasted” with a deadpan matter-of-factness that only he can do.