If you ever get the (rare) chance to see Red Desert Penitentiary: do it, it's brilliant.
hmmmm, not really a good movie.
his music for Venture Bros is amazing.
i have been into this guy for years and had no idea this movie existed. i love the song, so i need to check this out for at least that.
Venture Bros is still the best show on television.
this movie used to frighten me as a child. it wasn't until i was older that i saw the brilliance of Gene Wilder's performance.
meh. i had a friend who loved this movie when we were in highschool and i still don't get it. i think it's boring and exhausting, and isn't much more than it's view from afar. the title itself only aids in making it a pretentous piece of the director's portfolio.
i recently rewatched this for the first time since highschool. it was less scary, but a better made film than i remember it being. also, was there a brief cameo by Lino Ventura in the beginning? i could have sworn that was him!
i just saw Criterion is finally releasing this! so good!
the opening credits of this movie are the most homoerotic piece of cinema i have ever seen.
i am calling myself a fan purely on the basis that the original Vanishing is so good. i don't really care to see anything else he's done, but i would be remiss not to point out how good that movie is at every chance i get.
i try not to write anything about films i have yet to see, but man. this looks like something to behold. the premise alone deserves to be in a museum.
this guy has such an odd career. he is a very good actor and has made some fantastic movies, but on the other hand, he was in Jonah Hex, 300, and X-Men. i don't know what to make of him.
Please don't watch the trailer or read the comment below mine. just watch this movie.
this guy is the real deal.
i am almost positive this man is a fascist.
a very sweet movie with some equally underplayed comedy. not a jump out of your seat and tell everyone you know kind of film, but very beautiful and and honestly delightful film.
after watching this film for what felt like days, i can't imagine not watching this film; almost putting the first disc back in and starting all over again. a masterpiece and an epic in the truest of terms, there is nary an equal to it's scope or magnitude. i wish i could explain my thoughts better but i am still just awed by it's power. hopefully when i sober up from my experience i could write something better.
absolutely radiant in every role.
i feel like one day he will wake up and realize how much better he is than his contemporaries and make better work of his abilities.
i can't imagine what people don't see in this movie. Kwaiden includes some of my favorite scenes ever put to film.