That's so true.
Pleasurable but forgettable.
Ridiculously amazing title.
The casting is perfect.
For some reason I always thought this was a Pre-Raphaelite film from the movie still until I watched it tonight. I really enjoyed it, so sexy and Liv is just glorious.
Who would have thought a doc about video games would be so touching. A portrait of creativity and the entrepreneurial spirit.
I don't think any movie makes me cry more, read the book if you haven't yet!
WHAT? I'm so excited for this. The still looks amazing.
Annnnnnd, Woody's back!
Really enjoyed this. I loved(?) the relationship between these two women and I thought the set and costumes really captured the spirit of the decades.
My favorite is My Left Eye Sees Ghosts, wish they would put that up here.
This is basically a longer and more beautifully shot version of the first episode of the L Word, which is not to say I didn't thoroughly enjoy it.
Now that's how a romantic comedy is done.
'Does this look infected to you?'
Thanks for the link Max J. Pell.
You were totally cheer fucking him.
Breillat never lets you leave before punching you in the gut first.
Anna Faris is so fucking likable. This is probably my favourite stoner movie.
I loved the costumes, so much billowing fabric. But what was up with those shorty short shorts?
I agree with David Ehrlich, get Confessions on here. It looks amazing.
I'm going to see this on Sunday, cannot wait.
I've had a crush on Rose McGowan since 1999.
I LOVE that Spice World is on Mubi.
Asia Argento is amazing. Each Breillat film I watch I love more.
Somewhat cliche, but I couldn't help but love it. A beautiful and intimate look on how life could be if we could all be good to each other. A must watch for all feminists and lovers of women.
While the film was beautifully shot I felt myself continuously eye-rolling at the insufferable characters (yes you, tortured scruffy artist in creepy loose linen ensembles and you no nonsense American girl who unwillingly falls for the charms of the aforementioned Spaniard) and cliche plot and dialogue. Highlights: dark room Sapphic fantasies and Scarlett and Penelope's luscious curls.
"Any man under 30 and is not a liberal has no heart".
Long live 90's kitsch!
Just saw Bluebeard at the TIFF Cinematheque, what a fantastic retelling.
What a fantastic retelling of the fairytale. I loved the costumes too, while oddly inaccurate, mixing different stylistic eras it did give the film a certain honesty reflective of Breillat's vision and made the film feel very personal.