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Movies that you cry at every time... almost 4 years ago
Donnie Darko, Forest Gumb, Breaking the Waves, La Vita e Bella and yes, I have to go with the Elephant Man too
Tarantino...yay or nay? And why? almost 4 years ago
yay, i love his playfulness, the visuality, the great dialogues and yes, he is borrowing stuff and yes, he is using typical genre forms, but he is doing it really good and this is just his style. He is like Andy Warhol, a pop director interprating the movie scene/genres/cliches whit their own weapons. I guess a lot of you who call him unoriginal or bad are just those high art film fanatics who can’t relax and enjoy some great humor and plots without some higher meaning.
A GOOD COMEDY almost 4 years ago
I don’t know about you, but one of the hardest genres to find really good movies for me is the comedy section. I thought maybe some of you can help me. Which movies are hilarious in a smart, impish, innovative or crazy way? For me one of the best are The Big Lebowski, 24 Hour Party People, Annie Hall or Ed Wood.
Velvet goldmine- Todd Haynes greatest film? over 3 years ago
ok, I prefer I’m Not There but Velvet Goldmine was very good too. I had so much fun!! It’s a great tribute to Bowie and Iggy and Lou and Wilde and somehow I felt like for Curt too, even if he’s not from that rock age… It’s not a masterpiece, it’s actually a bit stupid and not truly complex, but it’s made the exact way how a glam rock tribute movie should be made. It involves and lives the line and grips of glam rock and transforms it on the screen. Some quotes, as I read mostly from Wilde, contributed a big deal to the impression that the movie leaves, just like the mixture of genres did. And did I mentioned how fun it was?!