Me You and Everyone We Know wasn’t that great.
I would go so far as to say it wasn’t even good.
It has some genuine moments, but not enough.
Lets list our least favorite of the list threads!
Let’s listen to Jawbreaker instead! That’s what I’m doing. WooOOooooOOOoOoo!
No…. American Don. Haven’t Lived Afro Pop… greatest 9/8 hook ever written.
I’m listening to this:
Otomo Yoshihide’s New Jazz Orchestra’s “remake” isn’t bad either, but the high pitched electronic sounds may grate your ears.
I just watched Irreversible.
Hey, hey Drew. What did you think of it?
I’m on this riiiiiiight nnnnnnnOW
This song gets me freakin pumped, like as if I went to church every goddamn Sunday, and it brought the demons out in me, typed pumped. no bullshit.
Thank’s Jiminez. I’m a tappin’ mafeet.
Well I think it was great. I don’t know. I need time to think. The last half was deeply effecting, and just as terrifying (but in a different way) as the first half. It was really tough to get through, and that scene just went on forever.
So Pierre killed the wrong guy, right? I feel like I need to rewatch it.
I wanted that Rjd2 song to get me pumped, but it did not. I think it was a perfectly acceptable song of beats and samples or whatever he does, though. I’m not opposed to it.
Yes, Drew. He did. Don’t bother rewatching it unless you’re hella bored.
Jimenez, I’m not a big Rjd2 fan, but I gotta admit, Ghostwriter is a good track.
Hat and Beard, y’all.
(s) (am I the only one who still does this?)
Drew: yes, he killed the wrong guy. The guy was just takin’ drugs with Le Tenia, but he was gonna fuck Marcus up the ass, so Pierre had to do something, right? Damn, it’s been 7 years since I’ve seen it (and only once) and I still remember it vividly.
It’s the immense power of the film. It’s an experience more than anything.
Ahhhh… Mr. Dolphy… how could love your music more?
My heart sunk when I saw the face of the soon to be rapist, and realized Pierre hadn’t killed the right guy.
it’s the frickin horns man. it’s when he brings in those horns that breaks ma frickin neck.
The Tenia was also the guy who played the attempted rapist in Femme Fatale.
I gotta complete the cycle. Use that guy as a rapist but really finish him off, in a moovie for the sillvaaa screeen
Jimenez you’re crazy… what should I see from Depalma? I’ve seen almost nothing… teach me as I am a newborn.
Cinéma, Do you want the good movies or the entertaining movies?
Zero— Hi, Mom! is great.
Blow Out – BOOM
Dressed to Kill – BOOM
Body Double (a lil 80’s, but still good) – BOOM
Sisters – BOOM, it’s the first time he used split-screen, and it’s the most effective.
Carlito’s Way – BOOM
Femme Fatale is classic DePalma, it belongs somewhere between Carrie & Blow Out
Carlo, Have you seen Greetings?
I want anything… preferable starting with his best and going from there.
I’ll start lookin’. Thanks, Jiminez!
No Drew, I haven’t. De Palma’s early period really interests me more than his later Hitchcock stuff. I want to see Get to Know Your Rabbit, and Raising Cain seems interesting for John Lithgow’s psychotic performance.
Hi Mom is a sequel to Greetings right? I haven’t seen it either, but share your liking of Hi Mom and want to check it out.
You can still call me Josh, or DuShane, or whatever… I’d prefer the entire title Cinéma annee zéro if you’re going that route, though (just to be an asshole ;).
Yes it is, but Hi, Mom works even without having seen Greetings. It’s hilarious, Bobby Milk is free and easy in this film. There’s just something fresh and loose in this film that I don’t see in De Palma’s later work. It also has best riff on Rear Window he’s done. (Sorry, Jimenez).
Hi, Mom! trailer
“See that cleavage? Where you gonna get that? You don’t get that in a Fellini film.”
HI Mom is greeat; it is better than Greetings.
Also check out Murder a la Mod, it (i’ve said it before) just echoooooees throughout DePalma’s career.
It’s his Who’s That Knocking At My Door.
John Lithgow in Raising Cain freaked me the fuck out as a kid.
Hey SHOTZI I wasn’t basing my opinion of noticable arrogance on the films listed at the end of the trailer. There is a tone of arrogance in the footage. Like “we’re the fucking shit, we know all about cinema, and what we’re doing is important.”